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Nigel Dharamlall, Irfaan Ali & gang questioned by Special Organised Crime Unit #guyana

SEVERAL high-level officials of the People’s Progressive Party (PPP), including former Prime Minister Samuel Hinds, have been interrogated by the Special Organised Crime Unit (SOCU) as that body ramps up its investigation into allegations of fraud committed by the National Industrial and Commercial Investments Limited (NICIL). 320 more words


why are rapist like ganga persaud allowed into Guyana 's parliament?

welcome to upside down country
am sitting here listening to parliament and up pops ganga persaud to speak
i wont recall the tales of ganga but a few moons back as ppp minister of local govt he had to duck and hide after it was revealed, like many of his compadres in the PPP, he was raping little girls… 40 more words


Can Someone Make Me a Fire?

The first day I agreed to make a meal for the staff and dorm students, I found myself standing in front of the stone stove, as a small amount panic set in. 191 more words

Need A Bath?

 Our girls have never been so excited to take a bath as in Siparuta. This is likely because bathing takes place in large groups, at the creek. 390 more words

Learning Something New

The Amerindians in Siparuta dress similarly to the average American. Of course there aren’t nearly as many rules of fashion, and the small children wear nothing but underwear a majority of the time, but in general, the average wardrobe consists of two or three pairs of jeans and some t-shirts. 109 more words

Going Coconuts for Coconuts!

One Sunday afternoon, after all of our washing and chores were finished, we found ourselves at Uncle Eddie’s house (Uncle Eddie is an Amerindian resident of Siparuta, and the father of one of our SMA students). 146 more words

Our First Night in Siparuta

After a very long journey, we arrived in the Amerindian village of Siparuta late in the night. The SMA campus was quiet, a clear canvas of white sand, painted with the light of a full moon. 567 more words