I am at a loss wondering why certain PNCR stalwarts are absent and silent as we approach this most important election.
The absence of Aubrey Norton, Vincent Alexander, Sherwood Lowe, James Mc Allister, Artie Ricknauth, Van West Charles and a host of others. I read Garfield Boston’s letter and fully endorse the writer’s concern.
Let me first deal with those characters who firmly believe that wearing a jersey depicting the picture of David Granger is going to win this election. Anyone who truly believes this is living in a world of illusion. Activists have to get down to the basics and begin the house to house meetings on a daily basis.
It is heartening to see the energizing of the youths, but there are still a lot of youths who are not involved and effort must be directed to them. Mr. Editor, the time for combined effort is necessary and should be priority. Every member of the party is important at this critical juncture of the lives of Guyanese. Complacency will cost the party dearly and petty differences must be placed on the back burner. May I warn all those who display egotistic tendencies and do not intend to get involved in house to house campaign must not be included in the team.
I hope the Brigadier is not ill-advised by anyone who has his/her own selfish agenda. The names I have mentioned are important and influential and must be involved in the campaign now. A valid point made by Boston is that the strength of the electorates is vital and (the exes), while having a strong base is not enough to bring the party victory at the upcoming elections. Emphasis must also be directed to the elderly who live at the various old people homes.
Getting it done will need every available activist. Time is running out and I am deeply concerned as to the persons involved and if they have any clout with the grassroots, this is where Aubrey Norton and his associates are assets at all times.
I sincerely hope that that the party doesn’t go to the polls fragmented.
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