Aug 31, 2012 Sports Comments Off on Letter to the Sports Editor…Mr K. Juman Yassin; cut your losses and move on
It is now evident and clear as crystal that apparently the National Sports Commission headed by Director of Sports, Mr. Neil Kumar is definitely not happy and satisfied with the leadership of the President of the Guyana Olympic Association, Mr. K. Juman Yassin. This is with reference to his years serving the different sports fraternities and this comes from reading the GC dated Sunday, August 26, 2012.
I am also wondering if the Minister of Sport and The Permanent Secretary shares the same or similar views like the Director of Sports in the above mentioned article towards Mr. K. Juman Yassin.
Some allegations were made towards the President of the GOA and in the best interest of all, I honestly believe that Mr. K. Juman Yassin as a responsible sports official should take the route of the dailies and have those allegations addressed. Failing to address those issues, it is my opinion that it could be detrimental towards sports development and for the office of the GOA.
Currently based in the fields and communicating with others from the business community and ordinary sports enthusiasts, quite a lot of damages could be seen.
Mr. K. Juman Yassin, recently you have scored wonderfully and in my books. That is to say, you are the only sports official to date who is above board when you used the dailies to clear the air on accountability. So, I am kindly asking that you do the same once again.
Respectfully to the current Pres. of the GOA, Mr. K. Juman Yassin, I am also suggesting that you consider relinquishing your post soon or don’t run for re-election as head of the GOA in the next round. Perhaps this is the ideal period for you to do so.
I was thought the following by a business associate sometime ago and it reads: In the business world, there will be times when you have got to cut your losses and move on.
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