Using three videos, this Guyanese man now living abroad states why he feels restless and frustrated about the current situation in Guyana. In his first video, he talks about the lack of basic infrastructure in Guyana and the seemingly lack of direction by current Guyanese politicians.
He then highlights the situation at the Bourda market in Georgetown, Guyana, as an example of how bad he thinks the situation is in Guyana. You might not be Guyanese but maybe you might be able to relate to what he is saying.
I first want you to listen to him speak in his own words and I have also included the other two videos that he referenced.
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The Homeless around Bourda Market
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Bourda Market Vendors Fed Up
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