In memory of the Private Sector Commission (PSC) Chairman Ronald Webster who passed away on Sunday last, a Book of Condolence was opened and is available for signing at the Commission’s Board Room on Waterloo Street, Georgetown.
Webster died at the Balwant Singh Hospital. He was recuperating at the private hospital after he had recently undergone cancer surgery in Trinidad.
President Donald Ramotar, members of the government and members of the combined opposition had sent their sincerest condolences to the Webster family and friends in public notifications on Monday last.
Vice Chairman, Ramesh Persaud of the Private Sector Commission, who signed the book yesterday, is now performing the duties of the Chairman.
He informed Kaieteur News that the passing of Webster comes as a shock to all its members and he pledged to continue the works of the Commission in an effective manner.
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