I wish my late grandfather was around to walk across the Berbice River Bridge. This is indeed the realisation of a dream for Berbicians, going back generations.
Like President Bharrat Jagdeo, I am also thrilled to see that local financial institutions are finally stepping out and working their surplus funds in creative ways. Let us hope that this is the first of many enterprising “out-of-the-box” collaborations.
On the matter of investment, I would like to temper my enthusiasm with the observation that it costs twice as much to traverse the new bridge as it does to enter New York City by bridge or tunnel. Tell me that this is not another money grab.
Kudos to all involved in making this dream a reality. Now, on to hydro electricity, the other dream my grandfather had as a lil boy in short pants.
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