“Safeguard your children and Guyana’s future”
– PM Nagamootoo tells Woodley Park
DPI, Guyana, Sunday, February 2, 2020
Prime Minister Hon Moses Nagamootoo told residents of Woodley Park, Mahaica-Berbice (Region 5) and surrounding communities that the upcoming General and Regional Elections are key to securing the future of their children and the nation.
“Do not gamble with your children’s future, do not gamble with our country’s future, put our country in safe clean hands. Return the coalition government to office.”
Addressing an energetic crowd, the Prime Minister reminded that His Excellency President Granger’s vision to create an educated nation, therefore the government has been investing the nation’s youth and the future of the country.
He cited the implementation of the 5B’s project, the rehabilitation and building of new schools, smart classrooms, established more Night School programmes, Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) hubs across the country, initiatives such as the Youth Innovation Project of Guyana (YIPoG), Youth Entrepreneurial Skills Training (YEST), Sustainable Livelihood and Entrepreneurial Development (SLED) and the Hinterland Employment and Youth Scheme (HEYS) programmes, designed to give youths the necessary skill-sets that are required for the job market, either to become employable or manage their own operations.
Pointing to the composition of the Coalition government, Prime Minister Nagamootoo noted that the developments achieved under the administration lie in the fact that the government includes representatives for from all of the geographic regions, ensuring all the needs of all Guyanese are addressed.
“We are a multi-ethnic coalition, this is a rainbow coalition for all the people, this is a coalition that was born out of destiny… and so together we have developed a team.”
The Prime Minister Nagamootoo reiterated his call for persons to judge the government on their track record of transformation over the last four years – infrastructural developments, massive improvements to the education system, better security on the country’s borders and overall delivery of a better life for all citizens – when going to the polls on March 2.