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PNC wants to destroy Region 6.
You got it wrong , the administration of Region 6 are from the PPP, they are destroying the Indo-Guyanese in Region 6. Remember the boasting of landslide PPP victory at the recent LGE.
What do you think ,the heading reflects the article ? should it be corrected ?
Please tell us who appoints the REO of the region, and why the REO thinks that he does not have to listen to the elected officials. Who appoints the Superintendent of Work?
What your questions have to do with the current issue in Region 6 ,where adequate water supply wasn't provided for the rice farmers.
If you cannot see the connection, then it will be impossible for me to explain it to you. Please reread the article and the relationship between what I posted and the topic MIGHT become apparent to you.
also, you need to understand that what the law says should happen and how it is operationalized on the ground is very often different.
So the REO and the Superintendent of Works are in cahoots to punish the rice farmers ? here is another article on the issue and affected number of acres.The President also responded quickly .
Region 6 Chairman, David Armogan ,wrote to the President.
It was then that he made the decision to write President David Granger who “quickly responded to me,” he said.
A letter was sent from him to the Ministry of Finance and when the Ministry responded to assist “the REO and the Superintendent insisted that there were no additional needs to buy fuel” since what they had would last.
“I don’t know if it’s a deliberate attempt to frustrate the rice industry or people do not understand what they are doing to ensure that the water keeps flowing into these different areas”, he said. Armogan has said that the roadside farmers are those that are mostly affected presently and with them farming on almost 1800 acres, Black Bush Polder has about 1600 acres.