Today marked a day of infuriation for me, a day of infuriation with the administration of the University of Guyana, one that cannot be forgiven or forgotten. A first examination, a mere quizz, like many others, was postponed on numerous occasions for varying reasons that ranged from inadequate seating, clashes with other courses and overall… Continue reading The University of Guyana’s ineptitude has become unbearable. Let’s start a student revolution now.
This piece is in direct response to several of the criticisms levied against my article titled. ‘A woman’s desire to be with a rich man is a step backwards for society’ and more so to my fellow blog writer Christopher Martin France. Criticism should not be biased, emotional, based on assumptions about the writer’s views… Continue reading Criticism needs to be well founded
Women are increasingly reverting to prime-eval times when a man’s attractiveness was based on his ability to provide. Back then meant that he was physically capable and possessed superior hunting skills. Today, it means above par financial prospects, i.e. a good education/job with the ability to become rich or already rich. Several studies which can… Continue reading A WOMAN’S DESIRE TO BE WITH A RICH MAN IS A STEP BACKWARDS FOR SOCIETY
In a world of 7 Billion, 3.5 Billion people’s wealth is equivalent to the combined wealth of the world’s richest 85 people. The richest 1 % of the world has USD 110 Trillion, almost 50% of the world’s total wealth. To give this even more perspective, the top 1% has wealth equivalent to 65 times… Continue reading The Wealthy Elite threaten Democracy and Economic Stability
Corruption is a crime so egregious that the perpetrators are an affront to all humanity. The world is filled with persons who derive great wealth on the suffering of entire societies. These individuals have grown lavish in their plunders and relaxed in their impunity, sheltering behind institutions and legislation that they have been able to… Continue reading Corruption, a crime against humanity
Corruption can be viewed as an excessive diversion of scarce resources that impedes efficiency, effectiveness and development. Auditing can be described as an independent appraisal of an organisation’s controls (financial or otherwise) with the aim of improving efficiency and effectiveness of risk management, control and governance. There is a direct co-relation between corruption and auditing.… Continue reading AUDITING, THE PANACEA TO EFFICIENCY AND ANTI CORRUPTION
In my estimation, neither the PPP nor the PNC deserves to be part of the Government of Guyana. They have both had more than two decades in power and each have a sordid track record of poor governance and rampant corruption.