Corruption debate and the public servants
Please allow me to share my views on the NCN debate.
Since the debates started it is very frustrating for Guyanese to look at. It sounds like a rum shop debate on the government side. Wednesday night’s debate was a caser in point.
How can we the Guyanese listen to people who raise their voices, sound like drunkards and have no behavior and say that they represent the people of this land.
Mr. Irfaan Ali needs anger management classes and most of all he needs behavioral training as a public servant.
I asked Mr. Nandlall a few months ago in Berbice on a TV programme with Romel Roopnaraine some questions which he failed to answer.
I am asking those very questions again.
When last was NICIL audited? How much money is in the coffers of NICIL?
If NICIL only has $750M (as claimed by Mr. Nandlall and Mr. Brassington), where has the billions come from to build the Marriott Hotel?
How much money has NICIL invested and where are the investments being made?
How much profit has NICIL made over its investments over the years? Where are the profits?
This debate seems to be corrupt because 98 per cent of the feedback comes from PPP supporters alone.
I have send several feedback messages but none has ever been read and this is the NCN Corruption Debate.
I will ask the private businesses to come together and have a better debate by tasking those government ministers to reach and answer questions from the public.
Have a live audience and stage the debates in Berbice at UGBC and UG campus. Invites students and private sector persons to ask the questions and then we will judge from there.