Full confidence in the Coalition govt

– Reg. 5 youth leader declares

DPI, Guyana, Thursday, January 9, 2020

Youths across Guyana are standing firmly with the Coalition administration, and according to Region five youth leader Vinceroy Jordan, in a matter of weeks, they will make this truth known at the March 2 polls.


An energetic Vinceroy Jordan

The vibrant youth leader of the Mahaica-Berbice region, lit up the stage as he addressed a massive coalition rally held in Hopetown village Wednesday evening.

Jordan said he was representing the youths of the region and by extension, Guyana. He asserted that all are fully behind the political unit that is interested in providing the best for all.

“Tonight, we are sending a message that we are supportive of His Excellency President David Granger and we will go to the polls on March 2 in our thousands as young people and we will cast our ballots so that come the third, we will celebrate and we will rejoice that David Granger has been reelected for yet another term. Full confidence!”

Like the Head of State. Jordan said he too has an innate interest in education. The investment in and the commitment to the education sector by the government is enough for young people to stay the course. To this end, he reiterated that the Coalition remains the best choice for youths who are interested in a bright future for themselves and their children.  “Young people, we need not lose focus. Let us not be narrow-sighted,” He declared.

He continued  “I am confident as a young man, as a husband, and a father of a two-year-old, to raise my son under the leadership of David Arthur Granger and his government so young people we are going to support and we are going to show up and show out for the Coalition Government

The rally was the second to be held by the coalition government and will come to an end at the end of February.


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