Member of Parliament, Dr. Veerasammy Ramayya lauded the efforts of Kaieteur News Publisher, Mr. Glenn Lall yesterday at the Annual Children’s Christmas Party at the MP’s Whim, Corentyne residence.
Dr. Ramayya described the K/News publisher as, “A man who has done so much for Guyana. He swells my heart many times!”
Prior to presenting the trophy to Mr. Lall, who was represented by Alliance for Change (AFC) Leader, Mr. Khemraj Ramjattan, Dr. Ramayya noted that it is good to recognize people in the country for their contributions.
The crowd then delivered a loud applause, as Dr. Ramayya continued by saying, “and all of us should applaud him for his fine work that he has done and still doing.”
“Today (Sunday), if you see the (Kaieteur) Newspaper, you will see the things that were hidden is in the light because of Kaieteur News.”
AFC Leader, Mr. Ramjattan, in receiving the trophy on behalf of the publisher lauded Mr. Lall as being from the Essequibo, “and doing fantastic work as a proprietor of a newspaper that has educated us and exposed the wrong doings in society, and on his behalf, I will accept this and deliver it unto him and I am certain he is going to cherish this moment.”
The politician went on to say that Lall does not sometimes recognize how appreciated he is across Guyana.
“This morning when I told him to see how he can make it and come down (to Berbice), he said, ‘Praks, whatever is going to happen there, you make sure you represent me’.”
Yesterday, too, Dr. Ramayya feted several hundred children from across Berbice.
Each child received meals, snacks and monetary donations from the good doctor.
The event was well- attended also by Executive Members of the AFC, including Mr. Moses Nagamootoo; Abel Seetaram, and Professor Daizal R. Samad.
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