Tag: Ministry of the Presidency (MOTP)

Ministry of the Presidency rejects Stabroek News Editorial

Ministry of the Presidency rejects Stabroek News Editorial

Staff Writer Staff Writer- July 11, 2018

Georgetown, Guyana – (July 11, 2018) The Ministry of the Presidency (MotP) rejects the malicious misdirection peddled by the Stabroek ... Read More

‘As we celebrate, we educate’  -Minister Harmon says at launch of MotP’s Mash band

‘As we celebrate, we educate’ -Minister Harmon says at launch of MotP’s Mash band

Staff Writer Staff Writer- February 22, 2018

Georgetown, Guyana (February 22, 2018) The Ministry of the Presidency (MotP), yesterday, officially launched its Mashramani 2018 Band under the theme, ... Read More

Ministry of the Presidency condemns malicious letter published by Stabroek News 

Ministry of the Presidency condemns malicious letter published by Stabroek News 

Staff Writer Staff Writer- December 5, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana – (December 5, 2017) The Ministry of the Presidency (MotP) firmly rejects and condemns as iniquitous, malicious and misleading ... Read More

MOTP calls for retraction of mischievous Stabroek News editorial

MOTP calls for retraction of mischievous Stabroek News editorial

Staff Writer Staff Writer- June 19, 2017

Georgetown, Guyana – (June 19, 2017) The Ministry of the Presidency (MOTP) rejects outright, the misrepresentations and obvious discrepancies, which ... Read More

More women to benefit from business empowerment training

More women to benefit from business empowerment training

Staff Writer Staff Writer- November 8, 2016

GINA, GUYANA, Tuesday, November 8, 2016 The First Lady of Guyana, Mrs. Sandra Granger continues to facilitate women’s empowerment by ... Read More

Walter Roth Museum’s relocation on hold

Walter Roth Museum’s relocation on hold

Staff Writer Staff Writer- August 24, 2016

GINA, GUYANA, Wednesday, August 24, 2016 No decision will be made on the relocation of the Walter Roth Museum of ... Read More

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