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Parts of Pakuri’s main access road collapse

The parts of the Pakuri road that collapsed on Sunday night.

 

Parts of the main access road for Pakuri (St Cuthbert’s) Village collapsed on Sunday night.

Toshao Lenox Shuman yesterday posted a picture of the sections of the road that have collapsed on his Facebook page, showing they were impossible to cross by vehicle.

When contacted yesterday, Shuman explained that the collapse occurred sometime on Sunday night and wasn’t discovered until yesterday morning.

As a result, community members will now have to use a detour, which Shuman said could increase their travel time by more than 30 minutes, depending on the condition of the road.

“It takes a bit longer and it is also in pretty poor shape because it has a lot more potholes. When it rains, it would probably take another 10 to 15 minutes and could even potentially take up to 30 minutes,” Shuman said.

He explained that this isn’t the first issue that they have had with their main access road and it wasn’t until last year when they were preparing for the Heritage Village that the Guyana Defence Force assisted in grading the main thoroughfare. However, since then, he explained that they have not received any assistance in fixing the road.

“We’ve asked everyone for help and no one has rendered any support. The Village Council will have to fix it. We intend to seek volunteer labour where we can and patch where needs to be patched but that is all that we can do,” Shuman added.

He explained that for more than three years they have been making continuous representation to have the road maintained, but to not avail.

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.


 

Here is the full story.

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.

 

No help for the native Indians, they ought to remember this 2020.

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...perusing-presidency/

Politics…Perusing the Presidency

An eye-catching departure from the presidential routine

On the eve of the second anniversary of the accession to office of the APNU-AFC administration, President David Granger talks with The Guyana Review about his administration, his presidency and his vision for the future of Guyana.


 

The link points to this article,

maybe BT wants a revisit to the article.

Django posted:

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...perusing-presidency/

Politics…Perusing the Presidency

An eye-catching departure from the presidential routine

On the eve of the second anniversary of the accession to office of the APNU-AFC administration, President David Granger talks with The Guyana Review about his administration, his presidency and his vision for the future of Guyana.


 

The link points to this article,

maybe BT wants a revisit to the article.

What relevance is an article ONE year old, one year after then does make a difference, politics is measured by the hours."What have you done for me yesterday"

Brian Teekah posted:

 

Why don't you stupid yahoos shut up if you cannot but hyperventilate on nonsense. This is a poorly constructed bridge; one of many bridges wharf, piers, and other standing structures ( including the neglected Stabroeke Market pier), Schools ( Kato a new school cannot be opened), Labs ( the Crime lab was wired poorly and remains closed) factories ( rice crispies factory) and above all the 200 million dollar monstrosity at skeldon that never functioned up to par.

Yes Granger is following the well worn path of Crappy Guyanese Performance ( Durban park looks like some mad builder put it together). You cannot fabricate nonsense to blame him for since it dilutes what are his  real incompetencies.

kp posted:

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.

 

No help for the native Indians, they ought to remember this 2020.

Is that the road and bridge the PPP built during their 23 years?

antabanta posted:
kp posted:

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.

 

No help for the native Indians, they ought to remember this 2020.

Is that the road and bridge the PPP built during their 23 years?

Perhaps, but this government is putting a blind eye towards regular maintenance, maybe they should have taken a course in "Government for Dummies" They think rain will water the ground and there GROWS a road and bridge.

In the article it states the people were trying to have this road repaired over three years ago. The people are being neglected by every government. Pictures like this along with their stories have to be brought to the attention of those enpowered to do what's necessary.

Big BT's heading is false.

kp posted:
antabanta posted:
kp posted:

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.

 

No help for the native Indians, they ought to remember this 2020.

Is that the road and bridge the PPP built during their 23 years?

Perhaps, but this government is putting a blind eye towards regular maintenance, maybe they should have taken a course in "Government for Dummies" They think rain will water the ground and there GROWS a road and bridge.

This road and bridge was poorly constructed by the PPP.

antabanta posted:
kp posted:

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.

 

No help for the native Indians, they ought to remember this 2020.

Is that the road and bridge the PPP built during their 23 years?

Yes. 

kp posted:
antabanta posted:
kp posted:

He said that every ministry that is charged with supporting Amerindian villages, including the Ministry of Communities, Ministry of Indigenous Peoples’ Affairs, the Regional Democratic Council of Region Four, and the Ministry of Public Infrastructure were asked to help but to no avail.

 

No help for the native Indians, they ought to remember this 2020.

Is that the road and bridge the PPP built during their 23 years?

Perhaps, but this government is putting a blind eye towards regular maintenance, maybe they should have taken a course in "Government for Dummies" They think rain will water the ground and there GROWS a road and bridge.

You do realize that's not even a road... right? It's a trail beaten through the bush by constant use and a little expansion. I wouldn't brag about building that. So what kind of construction could collapse like that? I'll tell  you what kind. One of no substance built to fool a special kind of idiot just like everything else the PPP did during their time in office. Administration of no substance built on a foundation of no substance with the sole goal of raping the country to get rich.

kp posted:
Django posted:

https://www.stabroeknews.com/2...perusing-presidency/

Politics…Perusing the Presidency

An eye-catching departure from the presidential routine

On the eve of the second anniversary of the accession to office of the APNU-AFC administration, President David Granger talks with The Guyana Review about his administration, his presidency and his vision for the future of Guyana.


 

The link points to this article,

maybe BT wants a revisit to the article.

What relevance is an article ONE year old, one year after then does make a difference, politics is measured by the hours."What have you done for me yesterday"

Bhai, you missed by a mile,ask him nah,

the link from BT pointed to the article.

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