[www.inewsguyana.com] – The Ministry of Culture, Youth and Sport is asking the public to refrain from defacing and vandalizing the monuments and historic sites around the city.
The most recent monument defaced is the 1823 Monument located on the sea wall, Georgetown.
The 1823 monument is dedicated to the country’s historical past and nationally recognizes ancestors who endured and overcame great hardships to secure freedom for themselves and descendants.
“We are disheartened by such distasteful act especially at such a time when Emancipation celebrations are fast approcahing. These sites are of great historic value and should be held in high regard by all who visit them,” a statement from the Ministry noted.
Gary do you know the meaning of ancestors? And are you one of those people who can see and talk to the dead?
Judging by your response to a simple question only shows that you are one of those ignorant Pakkis and your simply a dunce who drinks too much then goes home to trouble your daughter.
my black taxi driver refused to pass that site saying it scare him …
black no ass like u..the truth hurting up up u grown ass
What would you use to celebrate black history
Gray, U’re either a child or an ass
duh cuffy thing should be buried..dat ting is frightening.. even some ancestors says its scary ugly and should be removed from the public