the $69 million new building society fraud – a brief summary


CEO Arjoon found out that deputy CEO Nizam Mohamed was involved in fraud & launched an investigation. Mohamed is close to the former chairman Mc Doom who is vice president of CIOG, CEO of CIOG Moen Ul Hack & his wife the DPP Shalimar Hack.

These people from CIOG cannot go against their muslim brothers – so Mc Doom & NK Gopaul – who Mohamed drinks with almost every day – saved Nizam Mohamed from being fired from NBS

Dr Safi was the mastermind of an alleged fraud (with Nizam Mohamed) to withdraw the $69M from his reputed wife’s account & claim its a fraud so that NBS will repay . But CEO Arjoon launched an investigation & found out who involved & when he told the Board that if he can prove Safi involved then NBS will not loose money
the fraudsters went to CIOG & had a meeting with Ul Hack; DPP; Mc Doom; Mohamed; Safi &
others & then got Gopaul to help & they went to freedom house with Jagdeo & the Govt decided to use that “opportunity” to take over NBS

Ahmad Khan was fired from Demerara Bank but CIOG insisted he must be the head in order to help.

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new building society guyana – how bharrat jagdeo & co steal your life savings


narco-gangster palace

cast of characters

bharrat jagdeo, narco-gangster
nanda gopaul, narco gangster front man ceo at the society
– Dr Zainul Safi – reputed husband of account holder and alleged mastermind of “scam”. Central Islamic Organisation big pig
Nizam Mohamed (Deputy CEO) – the internal auditor of NBS received unofficial information that Mohamed was involved. received G$10M of the funds from the fraud (Mohamed was previously involved in other major irregularities at NBS and is protected by Chairman, nanda Gopaul as well as Mc Doom and other members of the CIOG mafia including the DPP shalimar ali-hack
Kumar Ragobar (Supervisor of NBS) persons at the cambio indicated he received money
Imran Bacchus (Clerk at NBS) – persons at the cambio indicated he cashed cheques
Mohan Shahibideen – he prepared the forged passport
A. Legall – alias “Compton Chase” who used forged documents in this name for the transaction

nanda gopaul just another guyana criminal

rampant nepotism & cronyism in Guyana – nanda gopaul & son gansham singh


gansham singh

gansham singh son of jagdeo hitman nanda gopaul

Dear Sir,
Had it not been for the independent dailies, I would not have been aware of the rampant nepotism and cronyism that exist in Guyana. I will cite one example.
Dr. Gansham Singh returned to the country last year and immediately landed a top job at the Georgetown Public Hospital. Dr. Singh is the son of Dr. Nanda Gopaul who is the Permanent Secretary of the Office of the President and who was ( is ) the Chairman of the Board of Directors of that Hospital.
Dr. Singh is the husband of the daughter of Mr. Huckumchand who was the Special Prosecutor for the State in the case against the three Managers of NBS whose Chairman of the Board is no other than Dr. Gopaul.
Quite recently, Dr. Singh mysteriously became a member of the council of the University of Guyana and voted to have the services of certain long standing lecturers terminated. His father was a former council member of the University.
To crown it all, Dr. Singh was awarded a huge plot of land at Pradoville 2. Guyanese must be careful with whom they interact with especially those persons who hold top positions in the Public Sector. The average Guyanese would not have known the above connection because they do not carry the same surnames.
Ps. B Narain

nanda gopaul just another guyana criminal

wikileaks Guyana – jagdeo, luncheon & gopaul playing games with federal air marshals program


Reference ID Created Released Classification Origin
07GEORGETOWN293 2007-03-22 20:25 2011-08-26 00:00 UNCLASSIFIED Embassy Georgetown

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INFO RUCNCOM/EC CARICOM COLLECTIVE
RHMFIUU/TSA HQ WASHINGTON DC
RUEHLMC/MILLENNIUM CHALLENGE CORPORATION WASHINGTON DC
RUMIAAA/HQ USSOUTHCOM J2 MIAMI FL

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SIPDIS

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PGOV PREL ECIN EAIR CARICOM GY
SUBJECT: Foreign Policy Decision-Making in Guyana and CARICOM–A
Time-Consuming Maze

Ref: A) 06 State 188799, B) Georgetown 206

GEORGETOWN 00000293 001.2 OF 002

——-
Summary
——-

¶1. (SBU) In late November 2006 post delivered a Diplomatic Note to
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MFA) proposing an arrangement for
the deployment of armed Federal Air Marshals (FAM) on flights
between the United States and Guyana to bolster counterterrorism
efforts in the region (ref A). Despite multiple conversations by
phone and in person with a range of players in several ministries
and the Office of the President, the attempt to get a formal reply
from the government initially seemed fruitless. This despite the
fact that President Jagdeo told the DCM in early December that
concluding an FAM agreement was a priority for him that he wanted to
see completed within two weeks. Eventually, on February 14, the GoG
agreed to take part in the Federal Air Marshal Program. The journey
of the Diplomatic Note from one government office to another offered
insight into the maze that constitutes foreign policy
decision-making within the administration, a journey that can best
be characterized as long and winding with a detour to CARICOM. End
Summary.

———————————————
Take the By-way to Caricom and Start All Over
———————————————

¶2. (SBU) After post delivered the FAM diplomatic note to Guyana’s
MFA on November 21, a Diplomatic Note from Guyana’s MFA dated
December 5 indicated that a response would be forwarded to the U.S.
Embassy “shortly.” On December 7, President Bharrat Jagdeo told the
DCM he was in favor of setting up a FAM arrangement and said that if
the Embassy did not hear from the MFA in two weeks to let him know.
By the middle of December, calls to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
indicated that the Diplomatic Note was with Dr. Roger Luncheon, Head
of the Presidential Secretariat in the Office of the President. In
early January, subsequent calls to the MFA revealed little progress
but did generate a series of questions from the MFA: Have any other
CARICOM countries been requested to take part in the FAM
arrangement, or are any existing arrangements in place in the
region, etc.

¶3. (SBU) By January 22, the MFA received the Diplomatic Note back
from the President’s Office and told EconOFF that they were
preparing a response. Later in the week, MFA Director General
explained the latest delay to the DCM: There is an understanding
among CARICOM members that they inform and consult with each other
before entering into any agreements with third countries. That
consultation was in process, and the cut off point for replies had
passed. Now the MFA would consult again with Luncheon to get
permission to move forward. This was one week after Luncheon told
the DCM that he had sent the FAM issue back to the Foreign Minister
for action, and two weeks after the Permanent Secretary in the
Office of the President Dr. Nanda Gopaul confirmed again that the
President was in favor of the agreement and had instructed the
Minister of Home Affairs to conclude the issue.

——————
We’re Almost There
——————

¶4. (SBU) During a January 30 telephone conversation with the DCM,
Ambassador Harper raised the issue of the FAM arrangement.
Frustrated yet optimistic, she said, “I’m still trying.” Even with
apparent concurrence of GoG officials, the journey of the FAM
Diplomatic Note was not yet complete. Two weeks later, almost three
months after the original request, Guyana’s MFA delivered its reply
Diplomatic Note signing on to the Federal Air Marshal Program,
becoming the first in the Caribbean to do so.

———————————–
Intra-Government Communication Snag
———————————–

¶5. (SBU) A few weeks later in early March, EconOff organized a
meeting with visiting TSA representatives to review the procedural
protocol for the Federal Air Marshal program with GoG Civil Aviation
Authority, Customs, Police, Airport and MFA officials. During phone
conversations to the various invitees it was clear that the MFA had
not informed any of these critical players of the agreement or their
role – even though the agreement became effective more than three
weeks earlier. The first working day after that meeting, the MFA
attendee requested a list of the meeting participants so she could
send them official notification of the FAM program.

——-
Comment
——-

GEORGETOWN 00000293 002.2 OF 002

¶6. (SBU) Although the final result was positive, the process
provided an interesting glimpse at the government’s circuitous
decision-making course, shedding light as well on foreign policy
coordination with CARICOM. And, after all the delays, it’s striking
that none of the implementers within the government had been
notified or appeared aware of the agreement at all. On the bright
side, in a hollow government, a hollow clearance process makes
perfect sense.

ROBINSON

wikileaks Guyana cables – government pulls advertising from stabroek news


Reference ID Created Released Classification Origin
07GEORGETOWN110 2007-01-26 20:15 2011-08-26 00:00 UNCLASSIFIED//FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY Embassy Georgetown

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ZNR UUUUU ZZH
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INFO RUCNCOM/EC CARICOM COLLECTIVE

UNCLAS GEORGETOWN 000110

SIPDIS

SENSITIVE
SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: PGOV KDEM GY
SUBJECT: GOVERNMENT PULLS ADS FROM INDEPENDENT DAILY

REF: GEORGETOWN 915

¶1. (SBU) Summary: Citing the paper’s supposedly falling
circulation figures, GOG recently stopped placing state
advertisements in the independent Stabroek News. During the
2006 election campaign, President Jagdeo and ruling party
officials repeatedly accused Stabroek News of criticizing the
government and favoring the opposition Alliance for Change
(AFC). Although GOG continues to maintain that the ad
withdrawal was a purely commercial decision, the move has
drawn sharp criticism both locally and abroad. End Summary.

¶2. (U) In a January 15 press release, Stabroek News reported
that the Permanent Secretary in the Office of the President,
Dr. Nanda Gopaul, had ordered the Government Information
Agency (GINA) to stop booking new advertising with the paper.
According to Editor-in-Chief David deCaires, GINA had
already begun reducing the number of bookings starting in
November 2006. DeCaires called GINA’s decision “an apparent
reversal of its policy of respect for freedom of expression”
and “an attack on the free press.”

¶3. (SBU) GINA’s immediate counter-press-release defended the
decision to withdraw government advertising from Stabroek
News, arguing that Kaieteur News is now the largest private
newspaper in Guyana, and emphasizing the government’s need to
maximize its advertising dollar. (Note: Kaieteur News does
not audit its circulation figures. End Note.) GINA said
that the government now intends to advertise in only one
private paper alongside its advertising in the
government-owned Guyana Chronicle, although the government
also continues to advertise in the People’s Progressive
Party/CIVIC (PPP/C)-owned Mirror. In a subsequent press
release, GINA denied Gopaul’s involvement in the ad
withdrawal. Speaking with the press, President Jagdeo
insisted that the policy change was “purely a business
decision” and was not handled at the presidential level. He
also promised that Gopaul would bring legal action against
“some of these people who have tainted him.”

¶4. (SBU) Jagdeo, Prime Minister Sam Hinds, and PPP/C General
Secretary Donald Ramotar repeatedly and publicly criticized

SIPDIS
Stabroek News during the 2006 election campaign, accusing the
paper of anti-government bias. Jagdeo accused deCaires of
creating the opposition Alliance for Change (AFC) as a front
party to get into government “through the back door without
facing the polls.”

¶5. (U) GINA’s ad withdrawal has been condemned by the AFC,
the People’s National Congress Reform (PNCR), the Guyana
Press Association (GPA), the Guyana Human Rights Association
(GHRA), and the Guyana Manufacturing and Services
Association. Regionally and internationally, Reporters
without Borders, the International Press Institute, and the
Association of Caribbean Media have criticized the
government’s action.

¶6. (SBU) Comment: At best, the GOG’s withdrawal of
advertising from Stabroek News represents a ham-fisted public
relations fiasco. At worst, it constitutes a misguided
attack on press freedom from a government with a history
(reftel) of monopolizing media resources. End Comment.

Robinson

Guyana president laundering money through florida?


December 23, 2010
Reference No: OP/PS

The Manager
Demerara Bank Limited
Camp Street
Georgetown
Guyana

Attention: Ms. Sugrim [ok so dis is a woman. but the next line say dear sir? these people in charge?!!]

Dear Sir,

Re: Telex Transfer

Please be informed that the Administration of the Office of the President hereby authorizes a telex transfer of funds in the sum of British Pounds sixteen thousand five hundred and sixty eight dollars and sixty five cents ( £ 16,568.65) to be remitted to the below mentioned bank account in respect of Mr. Kevin Hogan. [Guyana taxpayers dollars being laundered via kevin hogan but for doing what nanda?]

Beneficiary Name: Phoenix American Technologies [but hogan sends it to hugo & rosita fredrico]
Beneficiary Address: 1000 Brickell Avenue, Suite 920-B
Miami, FL 33131, U.S.A
Name of Bank: Sun trust Bank
Address: 777 Brickell Avenue
Miami, FL 33131, U.S.A

Account Number: 13507653
Proforma Invoice: 101223-202
Swift BIC: SNTRUS3A
Routing Code: 061 000 104

nanda gopaul just another guyana criminal

which black man can lock me up?

Enclosed is a Demerara Bank Limited cheque # 040350 dated November 9, 2010 in the sum of five million two hundred and ninety three thousand three hundred and eighty eight dollars ($ 5,293,388) which includes the conversion rate plus bank charges. Kindly refund the remaining balance to the Office of the President.

Mr. V. Premraj is hereby authorized to transact this busin

ess on behalf of this Ministry.

Looking forward to your kind and usual cooperation.

Sincerely yours
Dr. N. K. Gopaul
Permanent Secretary

Phoenix American Technologies

PHOENIX AMERICAN TECHNOLOGIES established in 1991 and located in Miami Florida is a leading provider of intelligence gathering systems offering a broad array of specialized technology and integrated solutions.

PHOENIX is registered with the U.S. Department of State to export defense equipment and technology pursuant to the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR).

PHOENIX has a network of exclusive representatives and affiliate sales offices throughout Latin America. Phoenix recommends, counsels and provides training and support for the acquisition of materials and cutting edge technology for intelligence gathering, electronic surveillance and countermeasures.

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VHF Audio Systems
Cameras and Video Recorders
Electronic Countermeasure Equipment
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Fiberscopes
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X Ray Systems
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MAIN OFFICE

1000 Brickell Avenue
Suite 920-B
Miami, Florida 33131
Tel: +1 305.374.3355
Fax: +1 305.374.2727
consult@phoenix-intel.com

NETWORK OF OFFICES AND ASSOCIATED COMPANIES:

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Santiago, Chile
Lima, Perú
Quito, Ecuador
Bogotá, Colombia
Panamá, Rep. of Panama
Tegucigalpa, Honduras
San Salvador, El Salvador
San Jose, Costa Rica
Mexico D.F., Mexico
Madrid, Spain
Turin, Italy
Tel Aviv, Israel

FLORIDA STATE PUBLIC RECORDS

Florida Profit Corporation

PHOENIX AMERICAN TECHNOLOGIES, INC.
Filing Information
Document Number P96000084179
FEI/EIN Number 650702445
Date Filed 10/11/1996
State FL
Status ACTIVE

Principal Address
848 BRICKELL AVENUE
SUITE 605
MIAMI FL 33131 US
Changed 03/09/2011

Mailing Address
848 BRICKELL AVENUE
SUITE 605
MIAMI FL 33131 US
Changed 03/09/2011

Registered Agent Name & Address
FEDERICO, HUGO A
848 BRICKELL AVENUE
SUITE 605
MIAMI FL 33131 US
Address Changed: 03/09/2011

Officer/Director Detail
Name & Address
Title DPT
FEDERICO, HUGO A
848 BRICKELL AVENUE, SUITE 605
MIAMI FL 33131 US
Title DVS
FEDERICO, ROSITA C
848 BRICKELL AVENUE, SUITE 605
MIAMI FL 33131 US

major omar khan guyana defence force torturer

major omar khan – guyana defence force torturer


major omar khan guyana defence force torturer

major omar khan guyana defence force torturer

Major Omar Khan – torturer in the Guyana Defence Force. well known for torturing and maiming countless African Guyanese

BHARRAT JAGDEO AUTHORISED THIS MAN TO TORTURE AND SPY ON GUYANESE…KEEP READING

“Please be informed that approval is hereby given for payment of a stipend in the sum of thirty thousand dollars ($30,000.00) each to be effected to the below mentioned members Account, Bank of Nova Scotia, of the GSM Tracker Team for the month of February, 2011:

1. Major Omar Khan – Account # 10020477
2. Lt. Raymond Archer – Account # 281835
3. ASP Royston Andries-Junor – Account # 10019346

memo signed by power drunk nanda gopaul. permanent secretary i the office of the president dictator