Free up the radio monopoly
How can the Guyanese Government ask GT&T to give up its telephone landline monopoly when this same Government has a monopoly on radio that it refuses to give up. Surely it is sanctimonious to ask GT&T to give up its monopoly but yet retain the radio monopoly.
While we are on the subject of monopoly I believe that some Lindeners’ refusal to accept the fair increase in their electricity tariff stems from the fact that the Guyana Power and Light Inc. have a monopoly and Guyanese do not know the true cost of electricity. Had they known the true cost of electricity then they would not squander-mania electricity and they would also know the true benefits of the Amaila Falls Hydroelectric Scheme.
GPL needs to raise the price of electricity in Linden to the national average (and not this cheating tariff that Lindeners are getting or are about to get). Only rich people are benefiting from cheap electricity in Guyana.
So, free up the radio monopoly and increase the price of electricity nationwide.