The other day, I placed a call to the Ministry of Home Affairs. I just wanted to ask the Minister one question: What was his strategy to re-capture the highly skilled criminals that got away from Guyana’s jail so that we can avoid a repeat of the 2002 crime spree with Shawn Brown and Fine Man?
A female answered the phone and asked me to call back later since the Honourable Minister was in a meeting. I did return the call (long distance mind you) but no one answered. I hope there was no goat feeding session in play.
If you must remember, the Minister was the one man whom “goat did not bite” and who possesses “the mental mass” to take on all the Guyanese patriots who chose to expose the intolerable abuses of the PPP Government.
Mr. Rohee, of all Ministers, should focus most on his job rather than on engaging in politicking in the newspapers. When a man who was a journalist, widely travelled and still does not know the difference between Dominican Republic and Dominica, one wonders why such a man with such mental mass can still occupy such high offices in Guyana. How much more “goatish” can take place in the PPP Government?
What is most distressing is that the “goatism” has now annexed the national security environment but the performance to date by Mr. “Goat nah bite me” is worse than the Tsarina of security sector incompetence, Madam Gail.
Surely, Rohee’s tenure in office can best be described as “Goat-sure”, defined as a feeling of being on perfectly unsure footing mainly due to incompetence and mental mass issues.
Now that that is out of my system, let me offer some advice to the Honourable Minister. It is time for you to go, quietly and easy. No chair throwing this time. Type this simple letter and save Guyana from more of this goatism…..
Dear Mr President,
The time has come for me to demit office. I have wasted enough of taxpayers’ resources without giving them much in return. Thank you for the confidence you had in me but I am sad to say it was definitely misplaced.
My critics are right, I have failed to provide concrete results on the fight against crime as criminals continue to rob our businesses people and our hard working Guyanese including mainly current and former staunch PPP supporters. This is a job beyond me and the current Police Commissioner.
The little time and energy I have left, Mr. President, I prefer to spend it greasing the propaganda machinery of the PPP. I am bereft of ideas to resolve the security dilemma.
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