Mr. Ramotar, please do the right thing and ask Mr. Singh to resign
Permit me a space in your column, for the irregularity of conflict of interest has gone beyond what the people of Guyana can handle. The audit is supposed to keep checks and balances in order.
How in good heaven can Misses Singh who is supposed to represent the audit for the people of Guyana keep this fiduciary while Mr. Singh represent a government as Finance Minister with billions of dollars in contentious and questionable accounts.
This is very sad for a nation. It will be very welcoming for Mr. Singh to do the right thing as the senior party and hand Mr. Ramotar his resignation letter. To Mr. Ramotar, please do the right thing and ask Mr. Singh to resign. The 49 percent you are representing are watching to see what kind of president or dictator you are making of yourself.
At the end of the day, Mr. and Misses Singh discipline their children together, they have breakfast and dinner together, and they sleep on the same bed. How in heaven’s sake can the people be represented. I think I remember Mr. Ramator said that in his government he will stamp out corruption. Now is the time. I hope the foreign diplomats and banks are taking note.
Is there any way the Norway money can be put on hold until this problem is rectified? I am sure this behavior does not take place in the organization they represent. I think the First Lady should encourage her husband to do the right thing unless she and her family wants the president to go on the same record as Jagdeo. That is the only president of Guyana who cannot pass a day without someone curse him. All the money in Guyana cannot wipe those curses away.
That is his record. Does every member of the PPP represent this move of Mrs. Singh’s appointment? Like the name of what Madoff and Stanford stand for, so the PPP and its members represent corruption.