Labba posted:

Have a website about OIL and GAS. Dem people have nuff info.

Here: http://www.oggn.website/ 

About

OIL has become a CURSE in many countries around the world. Our mission is to educate and bring pressure to bear on our policy makers to make sure this doesn’t happen in Guyana.

Some countries manage their economies well, they grow at a good clip year after year. And, their people’s standard of living and general welfare get better and better. Others do not. There is a one word explanation for the difference – Governance.

Simply put, our mission is to work on issues involving Oil and Governance.

Members:

Tarron Khemraj is an economics professor at New College of Florida. He currently serves as a Research Associate at Central Bank of Barbados and the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. He writes numerous invited columns for the Stabroek News in Guyana and other media outlets. He also serves as external master’s and doctoral thesis examiner for University of West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados and University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He obtained his Ph.D. from New School for Social Research, his M.A., University of Manchester and B.Soc.Sc., University of Guyana.

Darsh Khusial is a financial researcher with qualifications in management accounting and securities. He is also an IT expert who once served as the lead designer on the engine behind some of the largest retail sites in the world. He hold a Masters and Bachelors in Computer Engineering from University of Toronto. He has 14 patents granted in the Internet software field.

Mike Persuad is a NYC high school teacher. Over the decades, he has taught subjects such as economics and history. He writes letters and blog on topics ranging from oil to civic matters in the Guyanese media. He holds an MBA.

Charles Sugrim is a practicing accountant in the NYC area.  He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at York College in the Accounting and Finance Department, of the School of Business and Information Systems. He is written on oil and other topics. He holds a CPA and has a Master of Science in Accounting and Information Systems from CUNY, NY.

http://www.oggn.website/about/


Not bad website,plus looks like wan good crew.

alyuh should set up wan blog.

Labba posted:
yuji22 posted:

Labb/TK is promoting.

Yea bai. That man Mr TK want tek away ayoo limelite. You know de man is a kanta 3rd grade ecanomis. 

TK is like a foot rag. He is a Grasshopper.

He will forever remain, what if this and what if that. Totally useless.

yuji22 posted:
Labba posted:
yuji22 posted:

Labb/TK is promoting.

Yea bai. That man Mr TK want tek away ayoo limelite. You know de man is a kanta 3rd grade ecanomis. 

TK is like a foot rag. He is a Grasshopper.

He will forever remain, what if this and what if that. Totally useless.

That boy Mr TK is a big hoppertunist foh true. He is so useless. He get kick from AFc, get kick from Mr Granger, get kick by Mr Jagdoe. He refuse foh join Mr Jagdoe and all abie coolie dey pon tap. 

Labba posted:
yuji22 posted:

Labb/TK is promoting.

Yea bai. That man Mr TK want tek away ayoo limelite. You know de man is a kanta 3rd grade ecanomis. 

This is the second time I have seen you attack TK for no reason except you seem inclined to do it. If he is a Kanta economist then you are an Uber economist ( since you are making the determination). Stupid assaults like these are are apparently a uniquely idle trait of Guyanese ...( and apparently Trump). It is always directed against another gratuitously and it is always in inverse proportion to good sense.

yuji22 posted:
Labba posted:
yuji22 posted:

Labb/TK is promoting.

Yea bai. That man Mr TK want tek away ayoo limelite. You know de man is a kanta 3rd grade ecanomis. 

TK is like a foot rag. He is a Grasshopper.

He will forever remain, what if this and what if that. Totally useless.

Useless comment from a waste person.

Django posted:
Labba posted:

Have a website about OIL and GAS. Dem people have nuff info.

Here: http://www.oggn.website/ 

About

OIL has become a CURSE in many countries around the world. Our mission is to educate and bring pressure to bear on our policy makers to make sure this doesn’t happen in Guyana.

Some countries manage their economies well, they grow at a good clip year after year. And, their people’s standard of living and general welfare get better and better. Others do not. There is a one word explanation for the difference – Governance.

Simply put, our mission is to work on issues involving Oil and Governance.

Members:

Tarron Khemraj is an economics professor at New College of Florida. He currently serves as a Research Associate at Central Bank of Barbados and the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. He writes numerous invited columns for the Stabroek News in Guyana and other media outlets. He also serves as external master’s and doctoral thesis examiner for University of West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados and University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He obtained his Ph.D. from New School for Social Research, his M.A., University of Manchester and B.Soc.Sc., University of Guyana.

Darsh Khusial is a financial researcher with qualifications in management accounting and securities. He is also an IT expert who once served as the lead designer on the engine behind some of the largest retail sites in the world. He hold a Masters and Bachelors in Computer Engineering from University of Toronto. He has 14 patents granted in the Internet software field.

Mike Persuad is a NYC high school teacher. Over the decades, he has taught subjects such as economics and history. He writes letters and blog on topics ranging from oil to civic matters in the Guyanese media. He holds an MBA.

Charles Sugrim is a practicing accountant in the NYC area.  He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at York College in the Accounting and Finance Department, of the School of Business and Information Systems. He is written on oil and other topics. He holds a CPA and has a Master of Science in Accounting and Information Systems from CUNY, NY.

http://www.oggn.website/about/


Not bad website,plus looks like wan good crew.

alyuh should set up wan blog.

For some reason I thought TK was an ASSISTANT professor, no?

alena06 posted:
Django posted:
Labba posted:

Have a website about OIL and GAS. Dem people have nuff info.

Here: http://www.oggn.website/ 

About

OIL has become a CURSE in many countries around the world. Our mission is to educate and bring pressure to bear on our policy makers to make sure this doesn’t happen in Guyana.

Some countries manage their economies well, they grow at a good clip year after year. And, their people’s standard of living and general welfare get better and better. Others do not. There is a one word explanation for the difference – Governance.

Simply put, our mission is to work on issues involving Oil and Governance.

Members:

Tarron Khemraj is an economics professor at New College of Florida. He currently serves as a Research Associate at Central Bank of Barbados and the Caribbean Centre for Money and Finance, University of the West Indies, Trinidad and Tobago. He writes numerous invited columns for the Stabroek News in Guyana and other media outlets. He also serves as external master’s and doctoral thesis examiner for University of West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados and University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. He obtained his Ph.D. from New School for Social Research, his M.A., University of Manchester and B.Soc.Sc., University of Guyana.

Darsh Khusial is a financial researcher with qualifications in management accounting and securities. He is also an IT expert who once served as the lead designer on the engine behind some of the largest retail sites in the world. He hold a Masters and Bachelors in Computer Engineering from University of Toronto. He has 14 patents granted in the Internet software field.

Mike Persuad is a NYC high school teacher. Over the decades, he has taught subjects such as economics and history. He writes letters and blog on topics ranging from oil to civic matters in the Guyanese media. He holds an MBA.

Charles Sugrim is a practicing accountant in the NYC area.  He is also an Adjunct Assistant Professor at York College in the Accounting and Finance Department, of the School of Business and Information Systems. He is written on oil and other topics. He holds a CPA and has a Master of Science in Accounting and Information Systems from CUNY, NY.

http://www.oggn.website/about/


Not bad website,plus looks like wan good crew.

alyuh should set up wan blog.

For some reason I thought TK was an ASSISTANT professor, no?

Yeah gurl. That pot solt Mr TK is assistant to dem white man professa. He is juss a lil assistant. Ask Mr uncle DG. He know. Ehehe...

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