Dr. Cheddi ‘Joey’ Jagan endorses Pres. Granger
─ says Dec. 21 vote should never have happened
─ commenting on the sugar industry and it’s downsizing, he said “the writing was on the wall a long time ago, when Bharat Jagdeo was in government, he knew that sugar was collapsing, he was sinking just throwing money at it, to get the votes in the end”
─ get the full interview tomorrow on ‘CONTEXT’ at 19:00hrs on NCN
DPI, Guyana, Monday, April 1, 2019
Dr. Cheddi ‘Joey’ Jagan (Jr) has publicly endorsed President David Granger and the Coalition administration. He believes that the December twenty-one, 2018 vote should have never happened and President Granger should be allowed to complete his term in office.
Dr. Jagan made this declaration during the recording of the ‘CONTEXT’ programme to be aired on the National Communications Network (NCN Inc.).
He stated quite emphatically that, “I like Mr. Granger, and I think Mr. Granger should finish his term, and he’ll win the next election. I like Mr. Granger, that underlines everything to tell you the truth, I have no excuses to make for anyone.”
He expressed the belief that this administration has allowed for more sound foreign investment in the country and speaking from the perspective of a legitimate business owner, that the administration has done a lot to promote investment in the country.
He also addressed the December 21 vote and opined that it should never have even happened. “This whole crisis we’re in now is all nonsense as far as I’m concerned, is all concocted and manipulated in different ways” adding that the “no-confidence vote is nonsense in this country, it should have never happened, because it’s part of changing our constitution, we don’t need that in our constitution”.
Dr. Jagan also chimed in on another burning social and political issue in the country, the sugar industry and it’s downsizing. “The writing was on the wall a long time ago, when Bharat Jagdeo was in government, he knew that sugar was collapsing, he was sinking just throwing money at it, to get the votes in the end.”
Persons can view the full interview tomorrow on ‘CONTEXT’ at 19:00hrs on NCN Channel 11.
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