More voters refute Top Cop’s immigration data handed to GECOM

At least 10 other persons have come forward to reject claims being made by the A Partnership for National Unity/Alliance For Change (APNU/AFC) coalition as well as the Guyana Police Force (GPF) that they were out of the country on Election Day.

Police Commissioner
Leslie James

This new batch of individuals have all signed affidavits – a legal statement confirmed by oath – asserting that they were in Guyana on March 2, 2020 and they legitimately voted at the General and Regional Elections.
Susan Natasha Narine appears at Number 93 on the Police List, which claimed that she left Guyana in 2017 and never returned on or before Election Day. But the woman says she lives at Kuru Kururu on the Linden-Soesdyke Highway and she voted on March 2.
Rameshwar Paul is Number 35 on the Police List; he works in the interior regions of Guyana. His wife signed an affidavit on his behalf, confirming that he was in the country and voted on March 2 – which is contrary to the Police information which claims that he left the country since 2010 and did not return in time for Election Day.

GECOM Chair, Retired Justice Claudette Singh

Otis Jaigobin is Number 33 on the Police List; he too works in the interior. Police claim that he left Guyana since 2018, but never returned on or before March 2. However, his mother swore an affidavit, saying that her son was in the country and voted at the March 2 polls.
Other individuals who signed affidavits confirming that they were in the country on March 2 are Chaitram Bharat, who appears as Number 22 on the Police List; Khaawtie Naipaul, who is Number 78 on the Police List; Dhanwantie Singh, who is Number 81 on the Police List and Pardasie Balram, who is Number 34 on the Police List.

Susan Natasha Narine

The other individuals who have come forward are Anthony Persaud, who is Number 36 on the Police List; Zahaid Baksh, who is Number 27 on the Police List; and Mohamed Muntaz Ali, who is Number 38 on the Police List.
The other persons who have already come forward to reject claims that they were out of the country on March 2 are Sursattie Ramnarine, of Lot 70 Philadelphia, East Bank Essequibo (EBE); Shafeek Kumar, of Lot 367 North New Scheme, Zeelugt; Anna Persaud of Tuschen, EBE; Sheik Ameer Mohamed and Akash Ramoutar, both of Tuschen New Housing Scheme, EBE, as well as Roberto Narine of Meten-Meer-Zorg, West Coast Demerara (WCD).
There were also 30-year-old Kaminie Singh of Cornelia Ida, WCD; Nishani Bissessar; Sydney Douglas Jones; Kimbelie Karishma Raghunandan; Latoya Wills; as well as Compton Bacchus and Amos Bhola of Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam).
In a fresh list submitted to the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM), the APNU/AFC included the name of Nizea Bacchus, who has since come forward to clarify that she was in the country on Election Day.
Additionally, during the recount process on Tuesday, an APNU/AFC representative objected to the serial number for prominent Attorney Devindra Kissoon, claiming that he was out of the jurisdiction and, therefore, votes cast under his name could not be valid.
But this assertion was also proven to be false, since records show that Kissoon voted at the African Heritage Museum in Bel Air Park, Georgetown. He was also an accredited observer for the American Chamber of Commerce Guyana Chapter, and was photographed on several occasions visiting polling stations on Election Day.