“Tell them we fixed it!

DPI, Guyana, Wednesday, February 18, 2020

‘The choice is the Coalition family to continue the progress!” So, said Shurla Scott-Richardson and Natasha Singh-Lewis.

On Wednesday evening, the two Berbicians, took the stage at the APNU+AFC rally at the Scottsburg Community Ground, in Corriverton, East Coast Berbic.

Scott-Richardson the Regional Secretary, PNCR Group, East Berbice-Corentyne, submitted, His Excellency’s vision for an educated nation that will bridge the gap from poverty to prosperity has already made inroads in Region 6.”

She cited the many David G busses servicing communities, 5000 bicycles transporting students to school, provision of hot meals and thousands of backpacks equipped with school materials, water ambulances and a state-of-the-art laboratory, major overhauls to the health infrastructure, installation of streetlight in many communities and the rehabilitation of the East Bank Berbice road among many others.

“Now, isn’t that improved service?” Scott-Richardson asked the huge crowd gathered.

Referring to the opposition’s allegations that Region Six has seen no development under the current administration, she declared “Tell them we fixed it!”

In her brief address, Natasha Singh-Lewis, Acting Programme Coordinator at the Department of Social Cohesion, Culture, Youth and Sport, described the 23 years under the previous administration as disastrous and called on Region Six residents to judge the Coalition on the developmental works in their communities and around the country.

She also commended the Head of State ‘s special focus on social cohesion stating that he is an “honest, decent and compassionate a man who walks the walks and talks the talk since 2015 and will prove himself again in 2020!”

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