“I am not going back to black tea” – PPP Region 10 Rep
By Jomo Paul
[www.inewsguyana.com] - The Region Ten representative of the People’s Progressive Party/Civic, Pamela Sauers – Rambarran says that under the PPP government she has been drinking “milk tea” and she does not wish to go back to the days of “black tea.”
Rambarran was at the time delivering remarks at PPP Region Ten Rally held in Silvertown Linden on Sunday, April 12. According to Rambarran, the PPP has developed Guyana to the stage where milk tea is no longer a privilege and she refuses to go back to the days when it was.
“I am so privileged I drink milk I am not going to drink black tea…If you want to continue drinking milk tea like me vote for the PPP, she said to an early crowd of just about 1000 persons.
Meanwhile, Junior Finance Minister Bishop Juan Edghill in compounding Rambarran’s statement said that “the days of black tea in Guyana is long gone.”
“It’s about continuing for the future and that is why we are working very hard together,” Edghill further stated.
Meanwhile, PPP Youth Rep and Linden resident, Dr Harris told the crowd that the youths of today are more sensitized and therefore should not fall prey to the “propaganda” of the Peoples National Congress (PNC).
“We are ensuring and securing our future…this is only possible with the vote of the PPP,” Harris said. He pointed out that it was under the PPP government that several developmental projects were launched to the betterment of Guyana.
“We aim to provide support to teen mothers through second chances program…this is only possible with the PPP/C….the PPP will continue to make housing development a priority,” he noted.
It was at this point that Dr Harris warned about that the electorate should be wary of PNC propaganda.
“For three years they had the majority and they have done nothing for us and now they are telling us that they have a youth manifesto…it is shame…do not allow the opposition to brainwash you, do not allow the opposition to spread their propaganda,” he said.