Sep 15, 2015 Letters
Kaieteur News claims that I was disrespectful to the Government of Guyana for not attending a meeting at the Minister’s office.
Please note that I received the communication regarding a meeting at 16:30hrs.from one of the office staff. I contacted my secretary and she said she was unaware of any such meeting. None the less, I responded in writing to the Honourable Minister expressing regrets immediately after seeing the press release. I also advised in the letter that I was ill. Please note that my company was represented by my partners of Sunset Lakes. My companies have many partners and associates, both foreign and local.
Kaieteur News reported on September 11, 2015 that I sold land earmarked for housing for US$9,000,000. That it is not true. Sunset Lakes is still the owner of 100 acres of land.
I am in the process of constructing four houses of which two are almost complete. I have also built a lot of internal roads. Work is proceeding slowly at the site because of certain constraints.
I am not disrespectful to the Minister or the Government nor will I ever be disrespectful to any member of the Government. In fact, I have always been very supportive of the present leadership even before the collation formed the new Government of Guyana.
It is my intention to continue to work with the Government to initiate progress and development always. I hope that I have clarified the situation.
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