PM and Mrs. Nagamootoo host annual kids Xmas party in Fyrish

DPI, Guyana, Sunday, December 17, 2017

The children of Fyrish Courtland, Corentyne Berbice were special guests of Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo and his wife Sita Nagamooto at their annual children’s Christmas party.
A total of 115 Children received goodies and gifts from Santa who also made an appearance at the function, today at Sita Nagamootoo’s childhood home in Courtland.
Prime Minister Moses Nagamootoo shared that the idea to host the annual children’s Christmas party stemmed from his not fully experiencing the season as a child. As such, he resolved to put a smile on the faces of children across the country, especially his home county, Berbice.
He disclosed that his wife also shares his desire to bring joy every year to children in her hometown and that she does so in memory of her late father.

Also in memory of her late father, Mrs. Sita Nagamootoo made several donations at the party. She handed over $50,000 to the Missionaries of Charity Sisters, basketballs to the Black Sharks team of Fyrish, cricket gear to the Courtland All Stars cricket team and a water dispenser to the Whim Post Office.
Also attending the function was the Regional Executive Officer (REO) Kim Williams Stephen, Member of Parliament (MP) Charandass Persaud, Regional Education Officer (REDO) Volika Jaikissoon and members of the Chinese Medical Team who are presently in the country.
The doctors who are a part parents themselves decided to visit Berbice for the annual event to share and partake in the merriment.

By: Tanuja Raikha

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