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Gina should compile a detailed list of new ministries and ministers

By , July 21, 2015, Source

 

Dear Editor,

 

Could some government agency, say Gina (Government Information Agency) compile a comprehensive and detailed list of what the new ministries do, where are they domiciled, new or old, telephone numbers, what each minister and junior minister is responsible for exactly.

 

In fact Gina should be renamed the Guyana Information Agency because it should be for all Guyanese; it would still retain the acronym Gina.

 

NCN and Gina should merge, apart from occupying the same building; they are fundamentally doing the same thing resulting in gross duplication. The Guyana Chronicle should be also considered in the whole shebang. How can Gina owe the Chronicle? I know.

 

What is significant about the aforementioned is that those entities were and are costing both previous and present governments millions of dollars in time, resources, overheads, etc, with all these manifest duplications.

What is to be done? (Lenin).

 

Yours faithfully,

Roger A Bhulai

Former Senior Communications

Officer Gina

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APNU+AFC Members in 11th Parliament

 

Written by  Gina Webmasters, Published in News , June 09, 2015, Source

 

1. Prime Minister, Moses Nagamootoo;  Alliance For Change (AFC) Member -  served in the 10th parliament 

 

2. Minister of State, Joseph Harmon; A Partnership for National Unity (APNU) MP - served in the 10th parliament as Shadow Minister of Public Works

 

3. Minister within the Ministry of Social Protection, Simona Broomes;  first timer

 

4. Minister of Governance, Raphael Trotman; AFC - former Speaker of the House in the 10th parliament

 

5. Attorney General and Minister of Legal Affairs; Basil Williams; APNU MP- served in 10th parliament, also served as deputy Speaker and Shadow Minister with responsibility for legal affairs and justice

 

6. Finance Minister, Winston Jordan; first timer

 

7. Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan; AFC MP - served in the 10th parliament

 

8. Minister of Tourism, Cathy Hughes; AFC MP - served in the 10th parliament

 

9. Minister of Public Health, Dr. George Norton, APNU MP -served in the 10th parliament as Shadow Minister of Health

 

10. Minister within the Ministry of Public Health, Dr. Karen Cummings;  APNU MP - served in the 10th parliament, replaced Debra Backer

 

11. Minister of Social Protection, Volda Lawrence; APNU MP - served in the 10th parliament, Shadow Minister of Social Security

 

12. Minister of Social Cohesion, Amna Ally;  served in 10th Parliament as Opposition Chief Whip and Shadow Minister of Education

 

13. Minister of Communities;  Ronald Bulkan; APNU MP – served as Shadow Minister of Local Government in 10th parliament

 

14. Minister of Education;  Dr. Rupert Roopnaraine;  APNU MP- Shadow Minister with responsibility for Agriculture and Natural Resources in 10th parliament

 

15. Minister within the Ministry of Education, Nicolette Henry;  first timer

 

16. Minister within the Ministry of Indigenous People’s Affairs, Valerie Garrido Lowe;  AFC MP – served in 10th parliament

 

17. Minister within the Ministry of Communities, Keith Scott; Technocrat Ministerserved in the 10th parliament

 

18. Minister within the Ministry of Finance, Jaipaul Sharma;  Former APNU MP, served in the 10th parliament, resigned

 

19. Agriculture Minister, Noel Holder; first timer

 

20. Minister of Business and Investment, Dominic Gaskin; first timer

 

21. Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Annette Ferguson, APNU MP - served in the 10th parliament

 

22. Minister of Public Infrastructure, David Patterson; AFC MP- served in 9th parliament

 

23. Minister of Indigenous People’s Affairs, Sydney Allicock; Technocrat Minister-Former APNU MP – served in 10th parliament

 

24. Minister if Citizenship, Winston Felix; Technocrat Minister -APNU MP- served in 10th Parliament 

 

25. Minister of Finance, Carl Greenidge - APNU MP - served in the 10th parliament as Shadow Finance Minister

 

26. Minister within the Ministry of Communities, Dawn Hasting, APNU MP served in the 10th parliament, replaced Richard Allen after he fell ill.

Originally Posted by Demerara_Guy:

Gina should compile a detailed list of new ministries and ministers

By , July 21, 2015, Source

 

Dear Editor,

 

Could some government agency, say Gina (Government Information Agency) compile a comprehensive and detailed list of what the new ministries do, where are they domiciled, new or old, telephone numbers, what each minister and junior minister is responsible for exactly.

 

In fact Gina should be renamed the Guyana Information Agency because it should be for all Guyanese; it would still retain the acronym Gina.

 

NCN and Gina should merge, apart from occupying the same building; they are fundamentally doing the same thing resulting in gross duplication. The Guyana Chronicle should be also considered in the whole shebang. How can Gina owe the Chronicle? I know.

 

What is significant about the aforementioned is that those entities were and are costing both previous and present governments millions of dollars in time, resources, overheads, etc, with all these manifest duplications.

What is to be done? (Lenin).

 

Yours faithfully,

Roger A Bhulai

Former Senior Communications

Officer Gina

GINA is failing

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