May 01, 2011 Letters
On my return to Guyana after a period of six years, I am flabbergasted at the level of development seen throughout the country and more so in my home Region Number Two. Kudos to the PPP administration for its visionary pragmatism and concern for all Guyanese.
My peregrination around the country has shown me that this Government has equitable distribution for all the villages, regardless of their race and religion.
I was shocked to see that every street in every village has decent roads and that the trenches are kept clean. Even roads leading to farmlands are of high standard.
I recall during the past regime you had to wade through mud and grime. Vehicular traffic to many main and subsidiary roads were impassable.
Today in Region Two the dark and murky days are over. The residents now have constant electricity and potable water which were absent during the PNC’s rule. I have noticed with indescribable joy the absence of those dilapidated school buildings, police stations, hospitals and Government Offices. This Government has transformed the aesthetics of this country to a beautiful lake filled with Lotus petals. With hydro electric power and oil exploration; this Government will turn Guyana into a utopia.
Everywhere the faces of people are happy and this regime is caring as it has cushioned the effects of the global down fall which is ubiquitous around the globe.
Congratulations PPP/C and continue the hard work. I am positive that people will evaluate and re-instate you based on your magnificent performance.
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