Officials from the Ministry of Public Infrastructure (MPI) on Saturday participated in an outreach to Essequibo and used the opportunity to meaningfully interact with the public.
The outreach was put together by the Office of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo, and was held at the Anna Regina Multilateral School.
According to a press release, the outreach, under the theme “Rally for Guyana”, was the perfect opportunity for Essequibians to voice their concerns as well as grill public officials on development in the county.
Present for the occasion was Prime Minister Nagamootoo; Minister of Communities, Ronald Bulkan, Minister of Agriculture, Noel Holder and Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, Valerie Garrido-Lowe.
During the outreach, representatives from MPI agencies were on hand to interact with those in attendance as well as answer all questions. The MPI agencies that were present were the Maritime Administration Department (MARAD), Transport and Harbours Department (T&HD), Work Services Group (WSG), and the Guyana Power and Light Company (GPL). These agencies were represented by a six member team.
WSG and GPL were the most visited agencies while those who visited expressed pleasure with the service received from MPI during the outreach.
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