Jun 30, 2011 Letters Comments Off on RHTYSC has developed into what it is today via hard work, honesty and dedication
Reference is made to a letter that appeared in the 2011-06-29 edition of Kaieteur News under the headline ‘Are there more cracks in the Berbice board’s operations’ and written by Intakhab Sankar.
The Management and membership of the Rose Hall Town Youth & Sports Club (RHTYSC) would like to express total disgust at the writer’s statement about Secretary/CEO being unemployed and questioning how he supports his family.
The club would like to let Mr Sankar know that Mr. Hilbert Foster has been Secretary/CEO of the RHTYSC since 1999, while his wife runs a highly successful beauty care shop.
The club would also like to formally invite Mr. Sankar and his friends to visit the RHTYSC on any available date to him/them.
The RHTYSC once again emphatically states that Mr. Hilbert Foster is not interested in the elections of the Guyana Cricket Board or holding any such position.
The campaign for the elections has clearly turned personal, in an effort to divide the Berbice Cricket Board. All Mr. Foster’s efforts will be chanelled towards maintaining the success of the RHTYSC and the BCB.
The RHTYSC considers this matter closed and would refer any such statement to our legal advisers for any action they think we should take.
The RHTYSC over the last 20 years has developed into Guyana’s leading sports and youth organization via sheer hard work, honesty and dedication and people like Mr Sankar will not be allowed to destroy it.
RHTYSC Public Relations Dept.
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