Govt grants financier 164,000 acres of land

3 days before elections

A massive 164,000 acres of prime State Forest located along the Berbice River has been allocated to known Government financier, Lloyd Singh.

Lloyd Singh

This allocation was made three days before General and Regional Elections under very suspicious circumstances. Incidentally, it is one of the same areas that the current APNU/AFC Administration repossessed recently.
Guyana Times was told that the last-minute allocation of Guyana’s State Forest was done via a rushed and uncompetitive process that was engineered to favour this particular individual. A source at the Guyana Forestry Commission told this newspaper that it is highly unusual that an area of this stocking and location had only a sole applicant.
Singh is a known financier of the Government – the minor party in the coalition administration. In fact, he had even funded the party’s head office located on the Kitty Railway and Embankment in Georgetown. At the time party Leader Raphael Trotman said in reference to Singh’s apparent generosity, “Businessmen make investments in political parties and expect a return on their investments.”
Since getting into office, Singh has benefited from several contracts under the APNU/AFC coalition. However, these were not without controversy.
Additionally, he was also embroiled in controversy over the US$50 million Hope Beach Wind Farm project, which was handed to him by Public Infrastructure Minister David Patterson, who is the General Secretary of the AFC.          GUYANA TIMES.

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Baseman posted:

Lots of Indian businesses stand to gain with a Coalition win. I met some Guyanese Indians in the West Indian store last week.  They heading back this week, all voting Coalition.  Also a jine family in Guyana who was big PPP supporter told my brother he and several friends voting Coalition.

Leh we see!

Sounds like Katahar to me.

Billy Ram Balgobin posted:
Baseman posted:

Lots of Indian businesses stand to gain with a Coalition win. I met some Guyanese Indians in the West Indian store last week.  They heading back this week, all voting Coalition.  Also a jine family in Guyana who was big PPP supporter told my brother he and several friends voting Coalition.

Leh we see!

Sounds like Katahar to me.

But I’m not, believe me. I read his posts and we do sound familiar, but I have better grammar.😁 I believe I know who it is, but let it be. 

Remember when Bibi first started posting, people said same, but she had better grammar.

I’m baseman and no other handle.

Baseman posted:

Lots of Indian businesses stand to gain with a Coalition win. I met some Guyanese Indians in the West Indian store last week.  They heading back this week, all voting Coalition.  Also a jine family in Guyana who was big PPP supporter told my brother he and several friends voting Coalition.

Leh we see!

Please tell all the coalition voters they have to buy a return ticket if they are traveling on a US passport to Guyana or American Airlines won’t let them on the flight.  New policy it seems.  

Bibi Haniffa posted:
Baseman posted:

Lots of Indian businesses stand to gain with a Coalition win. I met some Guyanese Indians in the West Indian store last week.  They heading back this week, all voting Coalition.  Also a jine family in Guyana who was big PPP supporter told my brother he and several friends voting Coalition.

Leh we see!

Please tell all the coalition voters they have to buy a return ticket if they are traveling on a US passport to Guyana or American Airlines won’t let them on the flight.  New policy it seems.  

No they live in Guyana, they were just visiting here.  They returning home to vote. 

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