clement rohee, irfaan ali & robert persaud stole millions of fuel from Guyana govt


MINISTER of State, Joseph Harmon confirmed yesterday that an investigation has been launched into the reported abuse of fuel from the state owned Guyana Oil Company (GuyOil). The Minister stated that the facility was being abused by former Government officials Irfaan Ali, Clement Rohee and Robert Persaud and others, along with their relatives, were still abusing it and as such a decision was made to ensure they are no longer…

U.S Federal agents find 268 kilos of cocaine inside shrimp from Guyana


A drug-sniffing dog noticed something fishy about the shipping container full of shrimp. Federal agents have discovered a new delicacy from Guyana — shrimp coketail. A drug-sniffing dog noticed something fishy about a shipping container that arrived at the Red Hook Terminal from Guyana last week and hunted down 268 kilos of cocaine stuffed inside frozen shrimp, according to a complaint unsealed Wednesday in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Vindhya Persaud Criticises PPP Crime Family Incompetence


   vindhya is the daughter of dead raperman pandit reepu daman persaud and sister of the bandit vishook persaud. PPP may picket Parliament today -former MP Vindhya Persaud not in favour The People’s Progressive Party was yesterday contemplating picketing the opening of the 11th Parliament at which President David Granger will be in attendance to address the Members of Parliament. However, up to press time it had not stated whether…

Clement Rohee physically abused & strangled his wife Radai


fan mail April 8, 2015 at 12:08 pm Hi Guys, I love PP and what you are doing to help liberate Guyana from this bunch of tapeworms. Please do not publish my name! This concerns Clement Rohee. His wife’s name was Radai. She belonged to the village of La Bagatelle (Sand-Top), in Leguan Island. She always used to complain that he used to beat her. Her father’s name was Kaisa,…

Beepat Taijram & the criminals in the Guyana Police Force by Yvonne Sam


Dear Editor, The recent execution style slaying of ex-policeman Beepat Taijram, while it is a dastardly and savage act, besides being viewed as a homicide should also be a wake-up reflective call to the law enforcement agencies in Guyana. The deceased was formerly one of their own, prior to his dismissal from the Force. The former employee of the Force, a seeming representative of law and order, had a past…