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No food shortage at ARMS

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No food shortage at ARMS

Minister of Public Service, Hon. Tabitha Sarabo-Halley during her engagement with residents of Henrietta Village, Pomeroon-Supenaam REGION TWO’s Regional Executive Officer, Mr. Denis Jaikarran, has assured that the Anna Regina Multilateral Secondary School dormitory has sufficient food and ration to feed the 106 children currently housed there.

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He was, at the time, addressing residents at the Riverstown community meeting during a ministerial outreach. He informed the gathering that a media house was spreading fake news concerning the lack of rations at the school. Jaikarran said the media house is trying to create mischief in the public and he condemned same. He, therefore, used the opportunity to clear the air, noting that all dormitories in Region Two are fully stocked to cater to all children and explained that at no time was he contacted by any supplier in relation to the issue.

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Meanwhile, at another engagement, Minister of Public Service, Tabitha Sarabo-Halley met with residents of Henrietta and surrounding villages in Region Two. There, she pointed out the positive changes which the Coalition government has brought to the lives of residents in the past four years. The increase of the minimum wage, pensions, vast improvements in the education, agriculture and health sectors were highlighted, the Department of Public Information has reported

Minister Sarabo-Halley disclosed that there are several areas in which the village will benefit in 2020. She reminded that Guyana is opening up, and soon more resources will be available with the production of oil. To this end, the Public Service Minister encouraged the villagers, especially young people, to focus on qualifying themselves and improving their skills so as to benefit

Residents of Henrietta applauded when the minister announced that the streetlights that were promised are available for installation in various locations within the community. Among the issues raised was the absence of public convenience for vendors plying their trade at the high bridge in Anna Regina, despite vending fees being collected daily. Minister Sarabo-Halley assured that reports on the various issues will be forwarded to the subject ministers to find the best possible solutions soon