Mr. Nandlall’s letter appearing in the Kaieteur newspaper of November 6th, 2018 is remarkable in more ways than one.
Is it not ironic that while he seeks to excoriate the government for its action on the Berbice River Bridge, the same issue of Kaieteur News which contains his piece carries a report that “Berbicians praise government’s temporary takeover of Berbice Bridge”. Who are these Berbicians? Are they misguided souls? Perhaps.
On the other hand, they may have acted in their own deliberate judgement unfettered by political or other unwanted considerations, in pursuance of their perceived interests.
Further, the former Attorney General wrote “of stealing private property”. I ask what of stealing public property?
I expect that comments will continue here and elsewhere on this lawyer/politician’s asseverations, as indeed happened with respect to that infamous recorded telephone conversation with a Kaieteur News staffer.
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