The PM’s wife vis­ited

Stabroek News - - LETTERS -

Dear Ed­i­tor, I had a sur­prise visit two days ago af­ter a long ill­ness from the Prime Min­is­ter’s wife, Mrs Sita Nag­amootoo. She was here on the Esse­quibo Coast, af­ter be­ing in­vited to the Queen­stown slave ship church an­niver­sary with Min­is­ter of Pub­lic Health Ms Volda Lawrence. I re­ceived a tele­phone call from Mr Karan Chand, the Prime Min­is­ter’s rep­re­sen­ta­tive in Re­gion Two, say­ing that the PM’s wife would like to meet with me. I was happy for her visit and I ac­cepted it. This was the sec­ond time that I had met with her. The first be­ing when I re­ceived an award at the Anna Regina Mul­ti­lat­eral school from PM Moses Nag­amootoo, for out­stand­ing com­mu­nity work in my re­gion. The meet­ing was planned be­tween us for 1 pm, how­ever, be­cause of her busy sched­ule she ar­rived late at home with her party. She came into my bed­room where I was ly­ing, we be­gan to talk and she told me that the PM wanted her to present a gift to me which she brought.

We took pic­tures and I thanked her for the gift be­fore she de­parted for the ceremony at Queen­stown. I later learnt that she had to hurry back to Ge­orge­town with­out com­plet­ing her mis­sion. Yours faith­fully, Mo­hamed Khan.

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