Nirmal Rekha, de man who get blame fuh sign all dem duty free letters and give away three-quarters of Guyana in concessions can’t be found.
He was like so many of dem big ones who use to sit down in a big office and never tek leave. That was because of de perks. But he was sent on leave. Dem boys remember de first time he go on leave was Jagdeo send him. It was to facilitate de investigation into dem duty free letters fuh vehicles.
After de investigation and de report was handed to Jagdeo Rekha was immediately called back to de wuk. Was Donald when he tun president who seh that Jagdeo tell him that Rekha is a man of his heart. That is de kind of man I want around me.
When de government change and dey announce a series of investigation Rekha ask to go pun leave. Dem boys hear he leave done since July month end but he never turn up on to now.
Dem call he house; dem send people to he house; dem call he cell phone and no response. Dem boys wondering if he gun tek a trip to de Kaieteur Falls. Wha dem boys hearing is a grill door waiting to slam in he face.
Dem boys want all of dem to tek note, from Jagdeo right down, nobody can save Rekha. Same way nobody can save Brassington and Ashni. De noose is tightening.
Jagdeo and all, according to Freddie, looking like a man wid a burden pun he shoulder. Freddie seh that Jagdeo bury ee face in de table as if he don’t want anybody see him. Dem boys seh he was hiding from he own self. He had two friends—Boomba and de Mannie.
According to dem boys, dem was discussing how dem gun transfer back some of de stuff dem tek fuh demself and wha dem put in other people name.
Talk half and help find Rekha to face de music.
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