Walk the walk and not talk the talk GCCI boss tells the Gov’t.
The removal of the minister of home affairs will not solve the growing crime problems . That is the view of the GGCI president Clinton Urling . Urling however feels that it’s about time that the government and the ministry of home affairs walk the walk and not talk the talk.
The GCCI head believes that the Guyana police force should be held responsible for the Crime situation, since it is their responsibility to protect citizens.
He is calling for a change in the leadership at the top of the Police Force.
He said is time that the policy makers look at the Guyana Police Force from a physical, operational, personnel and human resources issue and problems.