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President David Granger, this afternoon, attended the 15th Graduation Ceremony and Dinner of the Saraswati Vidya Niketan, located at the Cornelia Ida, West Coast Demerara (WCD).
In his address, President Granger praised the not-for-profit secondary school for its stellar academic achievements over the years and said that its emphasis on science education is commendable.
“SVN is moving along the correct path. It is emphasizing science education without de-emphasizing the humanities. The school’s decision to erect a science building, equipped with modern laboratories, is a recognition of the validity and urgency of science education,” he said. The school was later given a million dollars towards the completion of that building.
Of the eight-six CSEC graduands, twenty-eight attained at least eight Grade Ones. Also graduating were fourteen CAPE students.
Here are a few photographs:
If Indians feel that Granger is an illegal president, why don't they protest against the school for inviting him ?
The school shows their students and future leaders, a lot of respect and dignity for Guyana unity.
The protest was against the Former President and the school. Many parents kept their kids at home. Clearly the parents of The child in the pic above performing the aarti ceremony which is sacred to Hinduism didn’t feel the same. The Swami of this school is a known anti PPP protagonist who receives funding from the government despite the fact that it’s a private school.
Show where the protest was against the school, the 'aarti girl' don't want to be there, or parents kept their children at home.
Some protesters don't even know why they were carrying black flags, so it looks like they were paid to do it, with little understanding.
If the school is anti-PPP, why don't the opposition use some influence to make them pro PPP ? Or dem money done building mansions.
You are incorrect on all three counts based on lack of knowledge. The parents who protested the action by the school kept their children at home.
Your claim that “it looks like they were paid to do it” is obviously your own personal bias. As you have no evidence to support your assumption.
Lastly, it’s not the job of the Opposition to make schools pro PPP. They don’t interfere with children’s education or waste time with preaching politics to those who are not eligible to vote.
Show your evidence that I am incorrect.