No one will be left out of Guyana’s massive transformation – Sukhai

Amerindian Affairs Minister Pauline Sukhai

Amerindian Affairs Minister, Pauline Sukhai, has called for unity of Guyana’s citizens amidst the massive transformation that is happening countrywide.
According to the minister, who was speaking at the regional flag-raising ceremony in Mahdia, Region Eight (Potaro-Siparuni) over the weekend, through the combined efforts of the Guyanese, the entire country can benefit immensely. She emphasised that no one is exempt from this progress.
“The feeling of oneness in our landscape and building a strong nation requires the support and the participation of everyone, no one should be left out, it is our responsibility to advance this trend of togetherness and oneness,” she highlighted.
Drawing reference to how the country triumphantly dealt with the recent controversy between Venezuela, she pointed out to the Mahdia residents that they themselves are not exempted from the development of Guyana.
“It is possible to achieve great things as a nation we stood united in the controversy with Venezuela as together we pledged, we committed to safeguarding our country’s sovereignty. I speak to Mahdia today and to say that none of us, none of you, I speak to Sub Region 2 as well, no one is divorced from participating in our nation’s development ourselves and for our nation.”
Meanwhile, Sukhai stated that youths will also be a part of the developmental works.
“Also, our young people will be a part of the developmental works in this country as they are the future, however our focus as a government is not only building our young people or young Guyanese but we also focus on ensuring that women, the elderly, students are all part of our attention they too are featuring on the agenda of our government,” she emphasised.