SWAL Urged to Uphold Legacy

first_imgSports writers in the country have been urged to uphold the legacy of the founding fathers and ensure that critical but balanced stories and articles are produced to ensure the positive development of sports.Speaking earlier this week at the official launch of SWAL’s membership drive in Monrovia, Youth and Sports Minister Eugene Nagbe reflected on the beginning of the association and paid a glowing tribute to SWAL’s founding secretary general Omari Jackson for the vision to set up the organization.“I urge all of you to identify yourselves with SWAL,” Minister Nagbe said, “by getting involved in its activities.”He said SWAL is one of the most effective PUL auxiliaries, to show a positive direction, as a specialized body.“Go out there and identify players and support every sporting organization in the country,” he said.He told the gathering of SWAL members that the association is a partner to the Ministry of Youth and Sports.“SWAL,” he said, “is not an appendage but a critical partner in the promotion and development of sports.”Meanwhile, Minister Nagbe made a cash donation of Ld25, 000.00 and co-launcher and ex SWAL president Malcolm W. Joseph donated Ld8, 500.00Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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The Liberian Presidency in Review (2013)

first_imgThe Presidential Black-outA major issue that took center stage during 2013 occurred between the Liberian President and the Liberian media—something that still remains to fully heal. The media, through its umbrella organization the Press Union of Liberia (PUL), unanimously agreed to place a “Black-out” on the Presidency, for what the PUL labeled the President’s perpetual silence on a nationally important issue.The Black-out was the result of a threat to journalists by the President’s security chief, Othello Warrick, branding Liberian journalists as “terrorists.” Mr. Warrick threatened to “move on them,” (journalists) if they questioned the President’s integrity.Mr. Warrick, who is head of the Executive Protection Service, (EPS) made many strongly worded statements, saying “Be careful in questioning the integrity of Liberians. Be careful, because you have your pen and we have our guns. And if you incriminate the character or integrity of Liberians, like me, we will come after you.”He made the threats against the journalists in the port city of Buchanan, Grand Bassa County, where scores of local journalists converged for what was expected to be an exciting and reflective World Press Freedom Day celebration. Director Warrick was one of several panelists at the event.In response to the threats, after the President had remained silent for what the PUL termed as “longer period of time” they finally met and resolved to issue a ten-day block-out on the President.On May 9, 2013, PUL said it was outraged and alarmed that since the “reckless comments that brought into question this government’s commitment to upholding press freedom, democracy and the rule of law, there had been nothing but silence from President Sirleaf and others in her government.”“Journalists,” the PUL said, “saw this development “as risky and troubling; it indicated what was considered wanton disregard for journalists and the free expression of ideas and opinions.”Scores of local journalists attending the meeting said they “feared that the lack of response to such a threat from a senior security person suggested approval by the President.”The PUL therefore imposed a news blackout on the Liberian presidency until expressed and established guarantees for the freedom and safety of journalists across the country were put in place.  The PUL was also exploring the possibility of legal action against the EPS chief for “terroristic threats.”The PUL then urged all independent newspapers to print black front pages with appropriate inscriptions “to protest the threats and insults by Mr. Warrick and the insensitivity shown by the President to the public up to that point.”The PUL said that the blackout was only one of several initial measures taken in response to the EPS’ threat. It promised more in the future.All radio and TV stations were urged to express their protest by suspending broadcast for 2 hours daily: from 9:00 – 11:00, to be followed by replays of Warrick’s threat and the PUL response. The media body also ordered that all presidential correspondents assigned by media houses to the Executive Mansion be withdrawn because journalists no longer felt safe in the presence of presidential guards who had threatened the lives of journalists.In response to the media blackout, the Liberian leader noted on state radio that she was enjoying the action and didn’t care whether the blackout was lifted or not.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) As we conclude 2013, we pause to reflect on the events that shaped the presidency over the year. As the head of the Liberia’s second branch of government, the President faced pressure-packed periods as well as progressive and eventful times.Here is a glimpse of some of the issues the Presidency faced in 2013, with a focus on the Presidency and media relations, the Ellen Step-down Campaign, as well as other remarkable events.last_img read more

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In Order to Stabilize Rubber Production

first_imgPresident Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is urging the Rubber Planters Association (RPA) to create a Rubber Development Fund (RDF) that would help keep the sector from unforeseen situations such as the sharp fall in production being experienced in recent years.RPA is experiencing a drastic reduction in the production of rubber, which is adversely affecting its membership as well as other local planters in the country.Speaking with the RPA leadership in Monrovia during a meeting recently at the Foreign Ministry, President Sirleaf reiterated the need for a development fund to be established by the association, as it would serve meaningful purposes.She told RPA members that while government is working to address the situation, rubber companies should save some of their financial assets in the economy to serve as an intervention during such situations, which would also buttress the local economy.The Liberian leader also expressed the belief that the fund, if created as was proposed long ago, would serve as a fallback for addressing situations arising such as the current price drop. She challenged the sector’s actors and relevant government agencies to collaborate in creating such a fund.The Liberian President noted that unless all sides make concerted efforts, the commodity would continue to experience further decrease in production.She indicated that the rubber sector is a major economic activity that should not be left alone without government’s intervention in its difficult period of the rubber industry.President Sirleaf, however, pledged government’s support to the revitalization of the rubber industry following the sharp fall in its production in recent years. The Liberian leader further proposed to the farmers to consider intercropping the rubber sector with other agricultural products including rice, sugar cane and/or oil palm which she said would fill in the financial gap created by the drop in rubber production.She thanked the farmers for working together in maintaining the rubber industry as Liberia’s traditional cash crop commodity. She believes that government should stand by the farmers in stabilizing the situationThe head of the interim management team of the COCOPA Rubber Company in Nimba County, Mr. Harrison S. Karnwea, said the current situation facing rubber farmers has led to his inability to service his payroll that costs him at least US$150,000 monthly.Mr. Karnwea suggested that there is a need for government’s quick intervention proposing a loan of US$10 million stimulus package for struggling farmers for the resuscitation of their production.He said rubber farmers like other sectors are finding it difficult to acquire loans, which have even made the situation complex.For his part, Mr. Daniel Chea, a private rubber farmer, said illicit tapping is a major factor contributing to the decrease in production.Mr. Chea suggested that exporting companies such as Firestone-Liberia and the Liberia Agricultural Company (LAC) involve surrounding communities with the aim of curbing rubber theft.According to him, he was successful in reducing rubber theft while serving as security consultant at LAC using the same method that he said paid off very well for the benefit of both the company and the community.As regards Firestone-Liberia, the drop in production in 2013 has reportedly cost the company US$122 million. If measures are not put into place, company representatives said, they are expected to record more loses. They expressed willingness to work with other competitors and government in whatever way in solving the problems identified.During the meeting, Firestone-Liberia, LAC, Salala Rubber Corporation, Lee Group, Morris-America Rubber Company (MARCO), and individual farmers agreed to collectively fight rubber theft through collaboration and information sharing on establishing the origin of rubber latex or lumps and where it is destined for sale.Individual farmers at the meeting included Margibi County District #2 Representative, Ballah Zayzay; Grand Bassa County Senator, Gbehzongar Findley; and former defense minister, Daniel Chea.Government’s representatives at the meeting included Central Bank of Liberia Deputy Governor, Boima Kamara; National Investment Commission Chairman, Michael Wortoson; Agriculture Minister, Dr. Florence Chenoweth; Commerce and Industry Minister, Axel Addy; and Legal Advisor to the President, Cllr. Seward Cooper.The meeting by the rubber farmers with President Sirleaf came shortly after she issued Executive Order No. 60 extending a moratorium on the exportation of unprocessed natural rubber.Executive Order No. 60, signed by the Liberian leader on April 28, is intended to curb the decline in the Liberian rubber sector until policies and frameworks appropriate to the situation are instituted, and to ensure redevelopment, new development, increased production, increased job opportunities and increased revenue to Government.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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As Reports of Ebola Infections Wane, U. S Completes 12 Out of 17 ETUs

first_imgAmidst reports of drastic reduction in the infection rate of the deadly Ebola Virus Disease, which is being evidenced by the low number of cases in the various Ebola Treatment Units (ETUs) around the country, the United States- led Military Operation United Shield (MOUS) has disclosed that 12 out of the 17 ETUs to be constructed across Liberia are completed or near completion.The 12 ETUs, which have been completed or nearing completion, are located sites in Tubmanburg, Bomi County; Senje, Grand Cape Mount County; Buchanan, Grand Bassa County and the southeastern region of the country.Major General Williams made the disclosure when he paid a farewell visit with and courtesy call on President Sirleaf last Friday, at her Foreign Affairs office.  During that occasion, he introduced his successor, Major General Gary Volesky, to the Liberian leader, an Executive Mansion statement said.Outgoing Commander Williams stressed that US troops, under his command, have been able to build six additional mobile labs.It may be recalled the US government, through President Barack Obama, early last month ramped up its assistance with the announcement of a 3,000-strong U.S. military team to West Africa “to combat and contain” what was then being referred to as an “extraordinarily serious epidemic.This new assistance would supply medical and logistical support to overwhelmed local health care systems and increase the number of beds needed to isolate and treat victims of the Ebola crisis.President Obama announced the plans of the expanded effort during a visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, amid alarm that the outbreak could spread. Officials had feared that the deadly virus could mutate into a more easily transmitted disease.Over a hundred members of the 3000 military personnel promised, headed by Major General Darryl Williams, arrived about five weeks ago kick starting a robust exercise of the US assistance to the country. But General Williams’  end of duty in Liberia is being considered by many Liberians  as shocking, abrupt and short-lived; for many of them had  began to admire his eloquence, stature, openness and frankness.Major General Williams expressed gratitude to President Sirleaf and the Liberian people for the level of enthusiasm they have demonstrated in forming a united front to fight the disease and that the U.S. army was happy to form part of.Commanding General Williams, at a brief but well coordinated occasion, transferred authority to another Major General, Gary J. Volesky at the Barclay Training Center in Monrovia. The ceremony was characterized by military traditional activities.President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf during the meeting with General Williams praised United States (US) army and Major General Darryl Williams for his leadership ahead of a military deployment in Liberia. The Liberian leader stressed that the vanguard role played by Major General Williams proves United States’  commitment to the relationship between both countries, especially in forming a common front to defeat the Ebola virus.In earlier remarks, U.S. Ambassador to Liberia, Debora Malac, disclosed that beginning this week, U.S. military personnel will commence training of ETU personnel. Five hundred persons are expected to be trained per week and will be deployed to the new ETUs being constructed.Ambassador Malac said while Liberia makes progress in cutting transmission, the centers being constructed are part of the U.S. strategy in preparing for worst case scenario.Incoming U.S. Army Commander, Major General Gary Volesky, expressed renewed U.S. commitment to teaming up with Liberia to defeat the Ebola virus disease.He said the U.S. military’s intervention here will be characterized by flexibility, speed and confidence and expressed confidence in the collaboration of Armed Forces of Liberia’s Engineering Battalion with the U.S. forces.Major General Volesky said the AFL had demonstrated a high degree of professionalism and strength and informed the Liberian leader that the U.S.  army could not have done it alone without the collaboration with the AFL.Major General Williams has since departed the country,  describing Liberians as hospitable and always willing to help, the Mansion statement noted.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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NPA Boss Honored by 15 Groups

first_imgOver 15 prodemocracy, youth and student groups honored the NPA boss for her innovative performance and leadership of the NPA. Speaking at a program held in her honor as Managing Director of the Year 2014 in Monrovia on December 23, NPA Managing Director Madam Matilda W. Parker attributed the success to her staff and the Liberian people who, she said, supported the Management over the year amidst the Ebola outbreak. “I am proud that NPA is Ebola free,” said Madam Parker. She recalled how the Management instituted several stringent measures to protect the port authority’s facilities across the country from being affected by the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak.Recently, the NPA Management celebrated Zero Ebola cases at its four port facilities in Monrovia, Buchanan, Greenville and Harper with a promised to continuing the enforcement of its anti-Ebola measures.But Madam Parker noted that it wasn’t an easy task to achieve zero Ebola cases in an environment that employees hundreds of people.“We put our existing anti-Ebola measures into place and publicized them and we thank God that all of our workers, including top managers, are adhering to those measures,” she said. The port authority of Liberia handles over 80 percent of all goods and services imported into Liberia.Madam Parker knew that protecting the seaport facilities [the gateway to the Liberian economy] from being affected by the Ebola virus epidemic was critical to the survivability of the population.“We are aware of the importance of the port authority to the economy and so we are under obligation to secure and protect the port facility,” said the MD.Among those honoring the NPA boss were the Association of Liberia Pro-democracy Groups, the Liberia National Student Union (LINSU), the Custodian of Rights Advocacy, the Borough Youth Association, Logan Town Old Timers, Labor Congress Women, Right-bank Youth Network, Liberian Newspapers Venders, the Port Truckers Association and the Dock Workers Union of Liberia (DOWUL), Coalition of Youths and Students for Better Liberia, Liberia Democratic Advancement, Conscious Young Women, Christian Youth Association, Islamic Youth Against Poverty and the Sinoe University Students Association (UL-Chapter), amongst others.  Mr. Joseph Deema, organizing chair of Association of Liberia Pro-democracy Groups, cataloged over 10 counts on which he said his organization based its rating of the NPA boss.According to him, Madam Parker has impartiality provided scholarships to deserving students under the NPA corporate social responsibility program, improved security and protected the port facilities, increased workers pay and benefits and created a new department at the NPA to deal directly with environmental issues, amongst others.He emphasized his commendation to Madam Parker and the NPA Management for recording zero Ebola cases at the port facility.For his part, LINSU Secretary General Benedict Williams said the student movement has followed Madam Parker’s contribution towards the development of youths and students with keen interest.“She contributed towards student scholarship programs at the University of Liberia and other universities including high school students,” said Mr. Williams.The LINSU Secretary General also commended Madam Parker for playing a pivotal role in the construction of the Ebola Treatment Unit in Virginia. “We have all of these activities and concluded that indeed you are people-centered and development-oriented,” he said. Also speaking, the Secretary General of the University of Liberia Student Union (ULSU) Calvin R. Summon assured Madam Parker of ULSU’s support towards helping her to achieve her goals. “We want you see your honor as a chance to continue to contribute towards the development and growth of NPA and the young people of Liberia… and I can assure you that ULSU will always be by your side,” he said. Receiving the honors, Madam Parker thanked the pro-democracy as well as youth and student groups for recognizing NPA Management’s efforts in making Liberia better.   “We [at NPA] don’t take your honors lightly. We respect it and treasure it because you motivate us, especially, civil society organizations innovate and push us hard to work,” said Madam Parker. Elated by the honors, the NPA Managing Director promised to display an even better performance in 2015. The NPA Managers Association and the Port Truckers also lavished praises at Madam Parker for exhibiting good leadership at NPA.     The National Port Authority (NPA) also announced a 13 percent increase in vessel traffic to Liberia. According to NPA Management, container traffic and deadweight tons have also grown thus resulting to growth in revenue turnover over the past few months. The National Port Authority was established by an Act of the National Legislature in 1967 and amended in 1970 as a state-owned corporation to manage, plan, and build all public ports in Liberia. The NPA system has four ports: Freeport of Monrovia, Port of Buchanan, Port of Greenville, and Port of Harper. The Freeport of Monrovia is the largest and the main Port within the Authority’s network.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)last_img read more

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Chamber of Commerce: remaining relevant and providing continuous leadership in private sector…

first_imgDear Editor,The role of the Chamber of Commerce encompasses: business counselling by Chamber staff; business workshops and seminars; business expansion assistance; plant visits; work force data; business retention; business recruitment; commercial site inventory; economic development committee; office space inventory; small business council; business registration info & forms; commercial and industrial site facilities and contact; transportation capacity etc.In today’s business environment, Chambers of Commerce must carefully navigate the waters between expectations and delivery of business assistance.  In many instances, the role that the local chamber plays is dependent upon other organisations in the community.In those scenarios, the partnership between the organisations reduces the Chamber’s significance, enables product/service duplication, and limits the efficiency of service delivery. It is also imperative that Chambers take the initiative in areas where their strengths are an advantage.  Such would be the case with distributing business-related information and assistance.These two areas offer opportunity for contact between the Chamber and the business community. Where there is an economic development organisation that has an active business retention and expansion programme, Chamber staff or senior volunteer(s) should be encouraged to be part of the visitation teams.Establishing a relationship via the site visits gives the business an opportunity to meet a Chamber representative, and the staff member the opportunity to make a follow-up contact.  Such contact also puts the Chamber at the table when addressing business-related issues.The local Chamber must remain committed to helping local companies grow their businesses by taking the lead in programmes and efforts that help create a strong local economy, and make our community a great place to do business.The Chamber must continue to be an integral component of the community by offering a wide variety of programmes and initiatives that positively impact the economic vitality and quality of life.Members should be able to capitalise on the contacts, resources and support provided by the Chamber. The aim of the Chamber is not only to develop its members, but to strengthen the community in which they serve, and this will enable the Chamber to be more effective and competent.Sincerely,Michael Herculeslast_img read more

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Why does M&CC need a PR Department?

first_imgDear Editor,It is no coincidence or should come as no surprise to anyone that the new Mayor of Georgetown has described the Public Relations Department of the Georgetown municipality as an utter waste of time and waste of the slender financial resources of the Council.Why does the Georgetown City Council need a Public Relations Department when there are much larger cities around the world doing just fine without one? Why does the Georgetown City Council need a Public Relations Department to do window dressing now that the Garden City has become a ‘Garbage City’, when they do not weed our parapets or fog our yards? Now that the City Council has closed day-care centres, allowed the Stabroek Market wharf to collapse and the clock has stopped working. Why does the Georgetown City Council need a Public Relations Department now that the City Hall building, the municipal Abattoir and the City Police Training School and others are in such a ruinous state; the Kitty Market taking years to build and not yet completed? Is the Council more interested in ‘froth’ and ‘fluff’ than in substance?I say to the Mayor, close that department, send the staff on their way and save millions of dollars per month in salaries and other operational costs and divert that money to repairing roads and replacing defective street lights in the city. That would be much beret PR.Recall a former Mayor who served for an unprecedented 21-year term had pleaded with the Local Government Ministry, had pleaded with the City Council to get rid of the useless Public Relations Department and its head for years but nothing happened. Recall many persons expressed concern about the indolence of the staff of that department who could be seen idling all day long, taking selfies, manicuring themselves, reading novels and even sleeping.It is time that the Council stops featherbedding and finding jobs for the boys. They need to become a lean, clean and mean working machine, shedding all unnecessary load and return to serving the citizens and advancing the nation.Regards,Kwasi Sandersonlast_img read more

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GAWU responds to Finance Minister

first_imgDear Editor,The GAWU has seen and considered the statements of Minister of Finance, Winston Jordan expressed in the August 5 Stabroek News article titled “GuySuCo diversification delayed – Jordan”. The article, we gather, is the latest in the series of articles published by the newspaper arising from a wide-ranging interview with the Minister on a host of matters under his stewardship.Through the latest instalment of the interview, our Union was gravely disappointed to learn that the planned diversification programme, with respect to the estates under the stewardship of GuySuCo, has been delayed. From the news report, we gather that the Minister indicated that the initiatives to construct co-generation plants have been shelved for the time being as emphasis is placed on other areas.While we noted that the Minister did not specifically identify where the previously allocated co-generation monies would be spent, he did disclose, we saw, that the sums would be used to hasten the State-owned estates’ return to viability. While we welcome every and all workable and considered efforts to restore the industry to a viable and sustainable state, the Minister’s admission is yet another sad twist in the confused road the industry has been taking in recent times.The fact that NICIL-SPU will have to now approach bondholders to receive their proverbial ‘blessing’ to re-jig the utilisation of the $30 billion bond only serves to confirm, yet again, that absent was any plan to properly utilise the large sum. It is the absence of such a plan, in our view, that was the source of the animosity that spilled over into the public arena between the NICIL-SPU and the GuySuCo.As may well be recalled, the GAWU, on several occasions, has reiterated that, from our point of view, there appeared to be no plan regarding the expenditure. We should add that our concerted and consistent attempts to engage the Corporation on its plan was stonewalled, it seemed, at every turn. Now, the admission that the bond proceeds have to be adjusted only serves to further confirm our suspicions.This latest episode is yet another indication that the powers-that-be are either clueless or unconcerned, or maybe both, as they address the sugar industry. It must not be forgotten, that the industry, in spite of the reduced scale, is still the nation’s largest employer. It is also a significant source of sustenance in rural Guyana. This clear fact has been demonstrated by the vacuum created in the communities of the closed sugar estates.It is saddening to recognise the reality that more than one year has elapsed and millions of dollars, so far, have been paid to bondholders as interest and there is, apparently, no tangible utilisation of the invested sums. This, for us, is not a matter of great comfort. What’s even more disheartening is that the latest admission comes just a mere week after no lesser than President David Granger, himself, had said he wanted the sugar industry to thrive. While the President is saying one thing, we see completely different actions coming from the other officials of the Granger Administration.Certainly, and undoubtedly, it is hard to really give credence to what the Government is saying about the sugar industry any longer. Remember the now-a-day governmental leaders told the Guyanese electorate prior to their election to office, that “Sugar was too big to fail”. The reality is that they were less than truthful as the industry was minimised and thousands lost their jobs. We cannot afford any further miniaturisation and a clearly workable plan is not an option but an imperative.Yours faithfully,Seepaul NarineGeneral SecretaryGAWUlast_img read more

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Boyce and Jefford Relay Festival a success

first_imgThe inaugural Boyce and Jefford Relay Festival and fun day, held at the Police Ground, saw Guyana’s top athletes compete for cash prizes. The event sought to give the sports fans a taste of what is to come – that is, the grand Boyce and Jefford athletics meet slated for Linden later this year.During the athletics portion of the day, the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Sports Club dominated their fellow national club opponents,Part of the action during the day’s proceedingsmainly Police and Super Upcoming Runners (SUR) which seemed competitive, but most times were relegated to either second or third place. The mighty GDF came in first in the distance medley race (males), 4x200m (males) and the 4x100m. Coming in a close second was the Police Sports Club, which also won the sprint medley (males) which comprised the 400, 200 and 100 meters. Coming in third were Super Upcoming Runners, a team fans called the underdogs, but their name will be remembered, as on that day they marked their spot in the top three numerous times.Apart from the main attraction – athletics, sport fans, along with their families, were treated to sports clubs battling on the football and cricket field.On the cricket side of things, which saw Boyce/Jefford XI vs Trophy Stall, with Boyce/Jefford setting a meagre target of 60 from their 10 overs for their opponents to chase. During the Boyce/Jefford’s innings, wickets tumbled with Christopher Barnwell, a national and former West Indies player, falling for a duck as he tried to send the ball over the boundary and exposed his stumps. However, the 26 runs posted by Lennox Cush, a former national player, gave the side some hope of reaching a fightable total. But, in the end, Trophy Stall had the best of them. Chasing 61 from 10 overs was a ‘walk in the park’, as Trophy Stall quickly made it with 3.3 overs to spare and eight wickets in hand. S Budoo topscored with 35*.last_img read more

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Rupununi man jailed for narco trafficking

first_imgA labourer from St Ignatius village, Rupununi, Region Nine (Upper Takatu-Upper Essequibo) was jailed for three years and fined 2,000 after he plead guilty to a trafficking in narcotics charge.Vibert PetersVibert Peters, 28, on Tuesday appeared at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts before Chief Magistrate Ann McLennan.It was alleged that Peters on July 17, at St Ignatius Village, had in his possession 110 grams of cannabis for the purpose of trafficking.The prosecution contended that on the day in question, Peters was seen by Police ranks in the vicinity of Mocha Mocha at 01:00h acting in a suspicious manner while pushing a peddle cycle.Police Prosecutor Neville Jeffers told the court that Peters had a black haversack and a searched revealed that it contained stems, seeds and leaves suspected to be cannabis. The defendant was cautioned about the drugs found in his bag and he told the ranks he was taking it to a friend. He was arrested and taken to the Police station where the cannabis was weighed in him presence and which amounted to 110 grams.The unrepresented man told the court that on the day in question, he was on his way to his employer to collect his salary but instead he got caught with the black bag.last_img read more

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