Region 2 Chairperson shocked at conditions of Suddie Hospital

first_imgAfter receiving numerous complains about the poor services offered at the Suddie Public Hospital, Region Two (Pomeroon-Supenaam) the acting Regional Chairperson, Nandranie Coonjah and Councillor Arnold Adams, who is also the Chairman of the Regional Health Committee on the Regional Democratic Council (RDC) visited the region’s leading health institution on Tuesday afternoon.The lone chair at the Maternity Waiting Home, Suddie, Essequibo CoastThe two regional officials have since reported that the institution was indeed in very bad shape and services offered are of a very poor standard.Speaking with Guyana Times following the visit, Coonjah said she is very disturbed with the services offered to high risk pregnant mothers, who are housed inside the Amerindian Hostel in Suddie because the Maternity Waiting Home contract, which was awarded in 2016 and completed in 2017 is yet to be furnished. The acting Chairperson said she was shocked to see the condition of the only chair that was given to the High risk mothers to use at the hostel.Indigenous mothers coming from as far as Region One (Barima-Waini) are being housed in the hostel and the living condition is “very bad”, Coonjah said.The acting Chairperson noted that as a women’s advocate, she is very much dissatisfied with the treatment given to the high risk mothers and is seeking the assistance of a few businesses to donate chairs for the mothers before Mother’s Day.Councillor Arnold Adams said the Suddie Hospital needs to be completely rewired since the existing wiring was done about 60 years ago and that is causing many electrical problems at the institution. He added that many pieces of equipment have been damaged due to the faulty wiring, adding that over the past three years, staff have had to sun-dry the hospital’s laundry since the dryer was damaged and never fixed. Adams said on Tuesday there was a scheduled sitting of the Monthly Health Committee Meeting at the hospital but no one turned up for the meeting.last_img read more

Christie on Derby’s League Cup clash with Chelsea

first_imgDerby County starlet Cyrus Christie joined Drivetime to look ahead to their League Cup clash with Chelsea.The Rams, who are Championship promotion hopefuls, take on the Premier League leaders at the iPro Stadium and 22-year-old Christie is optimistic about their chances, despite the depth of Jose Mourinho’s squad.And the Republic of Ireland international also admits he’s had a word with Everton right-back Seamus Coleman about how to deal with Belgian star Eden Hazard.last_img

Kevin Bradley elected Deputy Mayor of Letterkenny-Milford

first_imgCllr Kevin Bradley has been elected as Deputy Mayor of the Letterkenny-Milford District. The Letterkenny bakery owner was appointed to the role at his first AGM of the local electoral area today. Cllr Bradley, an Independent, was formally proposed for the role by Cllr Michael McBride. Cllr Ian McGarvey seconded the proposal. Cllr Bradley said it was an honour to accept the position.Cllr Bradley will work alongside newly appointed Mayor John O’Donnell for the next year.Councillors of the new Letterkenny-Milford Electoral AreaKevin Bradley elected Deputy Mayor of Letterkenny-Milford was last modified: June 14th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Donegal County CouncilKevin BradleyLetterkenny Electoral Arealast_img read more

Rajnath Singh requests Tripura Governor and DGP to check violence

first_imgAmid reports of sporadic violence in Tripura, Home Minister Rajnath Singh on Tuesday spoke to the State governor and the DGP and asked them to ensure peace till a new government is installed, an official said.During the telephonic calls, Governor Tathagata Roy and DGP A.K. Shukla apprised the Union Home Minister about the prevailing situation in Tripura and steps taken to control the violence, which erupted following the BJP-IPFT alliances victory over the CPI-M, ousting the Manik Sarkar-led government in the just concluded Assembly elections.  Mr. Singh asked the governor and the DGP to check all kinds of violence and ensure peace till a new government is installed in Tripura, the home ministry official said.There have been reports of sporadic violence and clashes between rival political groups in different parts of Tripura after the election results were declared on Saturday.A statue of Left icon Lenin was also demolished at Belonia town in South Tripura yesterday with the help of a bulldozer.Tripura witnessed a change in rule after 25 years in the recently concluded Assembly elections. The BJP demolished the Left citadel in Tripura, winning a two-third majority with its ally, the IPFT. Watch: Statue of Vladimir Lenin brought down in Tripuralast_img read more