‘We are one family’ – Kitty residents reminded

DPI, Guyana, Sunday, January 19, 2020

All Guyanese, despite their ethnicity or political affiliations, will continue to experience the positive impact of progress under the Coalition Government.

This message of assurance was given to hundreds of Kitty residents, by Minister of Public Health, Volda Lawrence and Minister of Communities Ronald Bulkan, during a community meeting this evening.

“We have seen new bridges and roads. Many can now shower in their bathroom for the first time, because of water coming through their taps. We know that Rome was not built in a day and there is more to be done, but President David Granger’s administration is the only one that can make the developments possible,” Minister Lawrence declared.

Reminding the mammoth crowd of the major accomplishments in a mere four years, Minister Lawrence pointed to the $172Billion injected in the education sector that bore fruit in an overall major improvement in academic performances; Guyanese students were named among 2019 CSEC, CAPE top performers.

Another project implemented was the 5Bs initiative that saw children living in vulnerable communities, riverain and hinterland areas benefitting from the provision of buses, boats, bicycles, books and breakfast all free of charge. Minister Lawrence assured that under Coalition administration every Guyanese enjoy free education.

Minister Bulkan highlighted among other things, that Guyana is moving in an upward trajectory and this can only continue with His Excellency President David Granger at the helm.

“This administration understands and operates with the view that Guyana belongs to all Guyanese. When scholarships are being awarded and vacancies are being filled, this government is always fair in its operations.”

 

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