AG Nandlall engages Muritaro, Malali residents

-commits to continuous engagement

Residents Muritaro and Malali along the Demerara River, on Thursday, wasted no time in voicing their concerns to Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Hon. Mohabir Anil Nandlall.

Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Hon. Mohabir Anil Nandlall interacts with this resident at Malali.

The Attorney General travelled to the Demerara River communities, as part of a Presidential outreach to the Upper Demerara-Berbice (Region 10).

In his remarks, Minister Nandlall said the outreach is another demonstration of the Government’s campaign commitment to continuous engagement as the administration “does not govern in isolation.”

Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Hon. Mohabir Anil Nandlall listens as this Muritaro resident shares his concerns.

He said: “We are governing for you and in your best interest and to advance your welfare…This kind of engagement will facilitate the formulation of project and programmes.”

The Attorney General urged residents to utilise the opportunity to pose questions and make suggestions as their input would be used to craft future projects and programmes.

As such, they voiced complaints about the lack of access to health supplies, educational and job opportunities.

Muritaro residents turned out in their numbers for the meeting with Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs, Hon. Mohabir Anil Nandlall.

The AG then committed to examining these issues with the view of providing solutions.

Deputy Toshao of Muritaro, Mr. Nick Eastwick and Toshao of Malali, Mr. Orlayne Williams both expressed gratitude to the Attorney General for reaching out the community. 

AG Nandlall was accompanied by Member of Parliament, Hon. Vikash Ramkissoon.

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