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CANU being shut down. Guyana Police Narcotic branch to lead drug enforcement


The Guyana government has decided to shut down CANU citing the miserable failures and corruption of CEO James Girvan Singh. In July it was revealed that closing CANU was being considered.
The Guyana Police Force Narcotics branch is being realigned and will lead ALL drug enforcement activities country wide.
James Singh is to proceed shortly on leave after which his contract will not be renewed.
Some believed Joe Singh would help save his sons career, but the APNU-AFC govt is well aware of the many criminal activities engaged in by James Singh to include the switching and selling of cocaine and weapons.

The govt is still reeling from the disclosure of the newly american trained SWAT team cavorting with a cocaine dealer in Berbice. The entire unit has since been transferred back to Georgetown and the members may soon be removed from SWAT alltogether.

2 thoughts on “CANU being shut down. Guyana Police Narcotic branch to lead drug enforcement

  1. is about time JAMES SINGH go home, Jeanette Osbourne and Oswald Massiah should also be going home, 65 and over give young people a break to elevate and grow.

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