Gov’t withdraws controversial Waste Recycling MOU


[] – The government has decided to withdraw the MOU which was awarded for the construction of a US$30 million waste recycling plant.

This announcement comes in light of the recent revelations that the Company which was awarded the MOU – Natural Globe Inc – is not a Canadian Company as was announced by Government but instead, it was only registered in Guyana some three months ago and has no history of ever constructing any waste recycling plant.

What was also revealed is the fact that the daughter of Human Services Minister Jennifer Webster is a director of the Parent Company of Natural Globe Inc – MogFord Enterprises.

The Minister’s daughter – Andriana Webster – was also accused of investing some $US15 million in the project. However, this claim was debunked by the Government Minister and her daughter.

Head of the Presidential Secretariat, Dr. Roger Luncheon announced on Wednesday, November 20 that the withdrawal of the contract is indeed due to the media revelations.

After the damning revelations were made, the younger Webster clarified that she is an Information Technology Consultant with the firm. Natural Globe Inc is being headed by Mohamed Osman.

Osman is on record stating that the younger Webster is indeed investing the US$15 million in the project.





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