President visits relatives of late Assistant Police Commissioner Josiah

Georgetown, GINA, December 14, 2013

President Donald Ramotar today visited the relatives of the late Assistant Police Commissioner Derrick Josiah who passed away on Friday at the Woodlands Hospital where he was taken to have a scheduled routine check, weeks after being involved in an accident.

President Donald Ramotar comforting the wife of the late Assistant Police Commissioner Derrick Josiah

 

President Ramotar met with the family today at their Uitvlugt, West Coast Demerara home, where he comforted the wife, mother and children of the late Assistant Commissioner, and expressed his sympathy for their loss.

President Donald Ramotar listens on as Police Commissioner Leroy Brummel, and other top brass of the police force discuss arrangements for the funeral of the late Assistant Police Commissioner Derrick Josiah

 

President Ramotar was accompanied by Police Commissioner Leroy Brummel, Crime Chief Seelall Persaud, Assistant Commissioner George Vyphuis, and other top officers of the Guyana Police Force.

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