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-key procurement staffer listed as living at contractor’s Kitty propertyProcurement documents of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) pertaining to a controversial $100M purchase of high frequency radios for last year’s national elections are indicating that the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) was deliberately misled.According to the GECOM tender documents, Chief Elections Officer, Keith Lowenfield, wrote to NPTAB’s Chairman, Donald De Clou, on April 23, 2015, asking for permission to conduct selective tendering for 50 high frequency Barrett communication radios, complete withaccessories.However, GECOM instead collected over 20 of the older Barrett radios and 30 ICOM 718 radios. The mere fact that GECOM collected other than what was permitted would be a major breach of procurement regulations.It would raise all kinds of questions as to GECOM’s internal controls and who signed off for collecting the radios and authorizing the balance of the monies to be paid to Mobile Authority, the company which was questionably awarded the contract, a source said.A state audit has been launched into the radio purchases with the scope now widened to include hundreds of millions of dollars in other purchases by GECOM, for the elections.There are indications that the questionable spending continued into this year’s Local Government Elections with a number of questionable payments already flagged by auditors.Conflict of Interest?: Charwayne WalkerAccording to GECOM’s procurement documents relating to the radio purchase, Lowenfield insisted in the letter to NPTAB that the radios are important for communications on Polling Day in far-flung areas that have no telephone services.“Therefore, it is imperative that GECOM establish communication contact in areas where there is no telephone services, ” he wrote.He informed Tender Board that three quotations were sourced from reputable suppliers- Mobile Authority, Massy Technologies and Advanced Office Systems Inc.”With varying prices, Mobile Authority quoted the lowest cost of $99, 560, 000 and indicated a delivery time of seven working days.”On the spreadsheet attached to the letter, Lowenfield made it clear that it was HF Barrett radios that GECOM wanted. Each radio, he said, would have cost approximately $1.2M from Mobile Authority.State auditors are probing whether those radios supplied by Mobile Authority, a Water Street business owned by Michael Brasse, were ever deployed.From all indications the radios were not. Rather, many of the radios were still in boxes when auditors descended on GECOM’s stores a few weeks ago, raising questions about the reasons Lowenfield gave to Tender Board for ordering them in the first place.Insiders said that it would have been logistically impossible for GECOM to collect the radios and have them installed in time for the May 11, 2015 elections.Lowenfield last week insisted that GECOM played little role in the tendering process. He did not indicate that GECOM recommended to Tender Board which company it wanted.Meanwhile, there is evidence that one critical staffer of GECOM, cheap nfl jerseys, involved in the procurement process, had links to Brasse, a businessman whose entities received over 40 percent of the $700M-plus worth in contracts doled out last year.According to GECOM’s database, the Expeditor, Charwayne Walker, has his address listed as 58 Garnett Street, Newtown, Kitty.The same address is listed on the database as that of Michael Brasse.It would raise troubling questions about a possible conflict of interest as Walker is one of the main staffers to go out to collect quotes from businesses for supplies and other services.According to established procurement regulations, GECOM can spend below $250, 000 without seeking approvals.Between $250, 000 and $15M, NPTAB has to grant approval. For spending above $15M, it is both the NPTAB and the Cabinet that have to grant approvals.
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Date: 24 Mar 17 01:50am
Sase Harry Nepal Singh was yesterday remanded to prison pending a probation report after he was arraigned on two fraud-related charges.The accused, a 35-year-old farmer of Arankaville Port Mourant, East Berbice, Corentyne, stood before Magistrate Judy Latchman at the Georgetown Magistrates’ Court.The first charge against Singh stated that on September 5, 2012, he went to the Central Immigration and Passport Office, Georgetown, for the purpose of procuring a new passport.There he signed to a declaration immigration form the name Boodram Ramsaran in favour of himself, cheap jerseys nfl wholesale, knowing that it was false.The other charge read that on October 30, 2012, while at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport, Singh being an outgoing passenger signed a legal immigration document indicating that he was Boodram Ramsaran, knowing same to be false.Singh pleaded guilty to both charges.Police Prosecutor Renetta Bentham presented the court with the details of the case. Bentham said that the accused had been living in the United States of America illegally for a number of years before he decided to go to the US Immigration Department for a Green card. While at the immigration office, Singh was questioned, arrested and later deported to Guyana.Sometime last year Singh met a man he identified as Ravi. Singh told investigating officers that ‘Ravi’ offered to help him procure a new passport using someone else’s birth certificate for the cost of US$500.Thus the accused applied and received a new passport in the name Boodram Ramsaran and used the said document to travel to Canada. Singh spent three months in hiding before Canadian immigration authorities caught up with him and deported him to Guyana, where he was taken into police custody and charged with the offence.Attorney at Law Paul Fung -A- Fat provided legal representation for the defendant.On his client’s behalf, Fung -A- Fat asked the court for leniency.The lawyer explained that his client was living in the US with his wife and child for more than ten years before being deported.The lawyer said Singh returned to Guyana but suffered nostalgia for his family, thus he travelled to Canada on a falsified document.“He was separated from his family and took the chance to see his eight-year-old child …it’s his love for his child that has him in a bad place.”Fung- A- Fat further stated that his client has never wasted the court’s time in any of the immigration matters and has no other issue with the law.Magistrate Latchman asked that a probation report be made on the accused. She adjourned the matter until March 13; Singh will remain in custody until then.
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Date: 24 Mar 17 01:50am
Garfield Skeete, called ‘Chuck Skeete’ a farmer and cart man of King Street, cheap nfl jerseys online, Cumberland East Canje, Berbice, was on Friday jailed for six months by Magistrate Adela Nagamootoo when she found him guilty on the charge of unlawful wounding.Skeete wounded Wrensford De Jong, of Wallace Street, Canje on April 27, 2009 at Calabash Creek, East Bank Berbice.The case for the prosecution, as presented by Inspector Satrohan Dayaram, was that during the first week of April, De Jong rented one of his horses to Skeete for $40, 000.This sum was to be paid over after Skeete had finished using the animal.However, the accused completed his mission but reneged on the agreement and instead of paying, on the day in question when the defendant questioned him about his money he armed himself with a cutlass and chopped De Jong across his left forearm.De Jong was subsequently treated for his injuries and the matter was reported and Skeete was arrested and charged.