The opposition AFC community exercise over the weekend on the Essequibo Coast, culminated in a well attended fund raising dinner at Wongies, at Richmond.
Senior party officials, including incoming leader, Khemraj Ramjattan, Raphael Trotman, Mrs. Sheila Holder, and general secretary, Mr. Sixtun Edwards, took the opportunity to outline the party’s ideas for better governance in Guyana.
On Saturday and Sunday members of the AFC executive fanned out across the Essequibo Coast to listen to the concerns of the people. Some of these concerns included drainage and irrigation issues, the collapsed Stelling at Supenaam, several Sea Defense breaches and destruction of farmlands as a result of flooding.
Many residents appealed to the AFC officials to find a solution to their problems and so help them avoid social and economic discomfort.
Members of the AFC took pains to inform the people of the lies carried by the state media— the Guyana Chronicle and NCN—, which they contend, is trying to cause a rift in the AFC party structure. One AFC official said that the gutter campaign launched by the PPP\CIVIC through its controlled media results from a fear that its days are numbered.
The PPP is scared of the AFC; that is why it has shifted its attack from PNC to AFC. Mr. Ramjattan told the audience that the AFC party would remain strong in the face of all the blatant lies peddled by the state media.
Photo in Thursday as AFC fund raising
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