It is with disappointment that I pen this letter about the selfish and uncaring Directors at the Guyana Public Service Co-operative Credit Union who have not held an Annual General Meeting for the last four years, to meet and discuss with members their concerns on how our monies are being spent, as well as letting us know if we are entitled to our dividends.
I was reliably informed, however, of the many trips that members’ monies are being used to fund, so that Board members can travel globally, at least five or six times per year. I want to make it absolutely clear that, as a member, I will not sit idly by and allow anyone to destroy the credit union, as was done with the Guyana Public Service Union.
As a financial member, I am seeking urgency in calling for this long outstanding meeting, which the Committee of Management is reluctant to call and which has to be in conflict with the laws of this country. I am therefore calling on the Social Protection Minister, who is tasked with this responsibility to look into this grave matter.