Yesterday, a joint release from various sport bodies was circulated to the media urging Guyanese to unite to cease and desist from ‘senseless killings’ that has occurred recently. The message, which was signed by eleven (11) sports organisations, read, “We, the National sports Federations/Associations of Guyana, call on the nation to unite and condemn the senseless killings that have taken place on the West Coast of Berbice. We are deeply troubled by the gruesome and violent nature of these murders and wish to extend our condolences to the families and love ones of the deceased.”
“We call on the Law Enforcement authorities to conduct a thorough and swift investigation into these killings and to hold accountable those responsible. We also call on all Guyanese, regardless of ethnicity, religious or political affiliation, to exercise restraint by not indulging in any form of insightful, violent or retaliatory behavior. While we are all still hurting from these events, the time to stop this senseless violence is now.”
It was signed by Aubrey Hutson: President Athletic Association of Guyana, Gokran Ramdhani: President of Guyana Badminton Association, Michael Singh: President of Guyana Basketball Federation, Steve Ninvalle: President of Guyana Boxing Association, Wayne Forde: President of Guyana Football Federation, Aleem Hussain: President of Guyana Golf Association, Philip Fernandes: President of Guyana Hockey Board, Gavin Singh: President of Guyana Mixed Martial Arts Federation, David Fernandes: President of Guyana Squash Association, Samuel Barakat: President of Guyana Tennis Association, Godfrey Munroe: President of Guyana Table Tennis Association.
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