President donates $2M to Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre

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President David Granger presents a $2M cheque to Administrator of the Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre, Ms. Annette Roopchand
President David Granger presents a $2M cheque to Administrator of the Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre, Ms. Annette Roopchand

[www.inewsguyana.com] – In keeping with a promise he made to the residents of Lusignan, President David Granger on Sunday, December 20, 2015 handed over a $2M cheque to the Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre to support its work in 2016.

The President made the presentation during a visit to the Centre to spread holiday cheer to children in the community. He was accompanied by Minister of Social Cohesion, Ms. Amna Ally, and Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Ms. Annette Ferguson.

“This is our commitment to ensure that the work of the Learning Centre continues into the next year. I am very happy with the results that have been coming out of this Learning Centre year after year… as far as I am concerned, this Learning Centre is helping you to help yourself,” the Head of State said.

Little girls queue up to receive a Christmas gift from President David Granger in Buxton
Little girls queue up to receive a Christmas gift from President David Granger in Buxton

President Granger also assisted in the distribution of toys to hundreds of children from Lusignan and its environs, as well as at Buxton-Friendship. At both locations, he encouraged residents to continue to maintain an atmosphere of peace and goodwill as Guyanese prepare to celebrate Youman Nabi on Thursday and Christmas on Friday.

A brave little girl engages President David Granger’s full attention, while the others look on, during his visit today at the Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre.
A brave little girl engages President David Granger’s full attention, while the others look on, during his visit today at the Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre.

At the Wilson Gas Station tarmac in Buxton, the President thanked Morris and Jocelyn Wilson, who for several years have been instrumental in ensuring that children in that community experience the joy of the festive season.

He also spoke of the importance of family, saying that it is for this reason that he made the decision to pardon 11 mothers from the New Amsterdam Prison. The women, who were imprisoned for non-violent, non-drug related crimes, will be released to their families on Monday, December 21.

6 COMMENTS

  1. your judgement leaves no room for mercy, those who proclaim judgement will, inevitably, received harsher judgement. Mr. are u prepare?

  2. President donates $2M to Good Hope-Lusignan Learning Centre
    PNC strongholds getting PPP supporters tax dollarsin the Billions ow because all PNC villages are a DEPRESSED VILLAGES. OW DONT YOUR POOR HEART BLEED FOR PNC PEOPLE?

  3. Hey:

    Why don’t you take up your grief with Santa? He may be inclined to listen to yoyr baseless cause.

    You clowns have a big problem with being governed by anyone who doesn’t look like you.

    Most of America has gotten used to that fact. You may want to also consider getting used to that reality.

  4. Good works and good deeds they say, But the Bible says “not by works of righteousness which you have done etc” The truth is Granger sin is 1,000% more than his good.
    Granger still has blood on his hands just like Felix, Green, Williams etc.
    Bible also says “Thou shall not kill (murder)”
    God may forgive you for Elections rigging, but not “ETHNIC CLEANSING”

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