Sophia residents, Min. Broomes, GPF, join forces for clean-up exercise

– Minister Broomes also visits fire victims

DPI, Guyana, Saturday, November 17, 2018

A two-day community clean-up exercise in Sophia got underway this morning. The activity which was initiated by Minister within the Ministry of Natural Resources Simona Broomes, saw members of the Guyana Police Force and several residents of Sophia, arming themselves with the necessary tools and tackling the overgrowth to clear a designated area.

The exercise which wraps up on Sunday, November 18 aims is to clear an area in Fifteenth Street, ‘A’ field Sophia that will be converted in a sports ground for residents within the community.

While there, Minister Broomes also visited the Cadogan family who were the victims of a fire that destroyed their home this morning.  The Minister met with mother of eight Natasha Cadogan and pledged to make a monetary donation to assist the family.

Images: Zaneel Williams – PR and Project Management Office

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