Aug 11, 2020 Letters Comments Off on Services needed in Region 8
I take this time to wish our new Head of State, President Mohamed Irfaan Ali, and his administration the best in all endeavours engaged for the variety of benefits deserved by the Guyanese people. The purpose of this letter is to highlight some of the developmental services needed in Region #8 – Potaro Siparuni. To date, neither of the two (2) Sub Regions of the Potaro Siparuni district have any of the following:
– a Lands and Survey Office
– a bank
-a Guyana Revenue Authority office
– a sport complex
– a technical institute/trade school
– an Adult Learner’s Education College
– a library
– nor a Business Registration Office.
With regards to infrastructural developments, in addition to the construction of the road which has commenced and the need for more bridges, a bridge at Mango Landing, Essequibo River is also required.
As it relates to employment, it is public knowledge that neither of the two (2) national mining companies of Guyana are truly owned by Guyana given the balance of shares hence the following proposal: In each of Guyana’s rich mining districts, we can and should establish
national mining operations for the categories of minerals found in the districts, creating employment for hundreds of miners, cooks, property protection personnel, technical support officers, drivers and operators of heavy duty machinery (who will then become public servants) interdependent upon a range of goods and services provided locally and abroad. Bearing in mind that Rome wasn’t built in a day, we do not expect an immediate manifestation of the aforementioned but President Ali and his administration upon their visit(s) to Region # 8 should hear similar sentiments mixed with others on their inaugural and every other visit to the Region which should cement our dire need for these things. May the Almighty bless Guyana, all of our leaders and last but not least, the people they serve, forevermore.
Young Resident of the Municipality of Mahdia
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