Home Affairs minister fed up with 911 response time
Homes Affairs Minister Clement Rohee with responsibilities for the Guyana Police Force seems frustrated over the unresponsive 911 police hotline that usually goes unanswered.
Rohee who is also the General Secretary for the Peoples Progressive Party Civic says he is not certain where the problem lies and hopes to meet with the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company (GT&T to discuss the problem.
It was just last year that the present administration through its Cabinet decided to sell its 20 percent of the Guyana Telephone and Telegraph Company shares to a Hong-Kong based company.
The Home Affairs Minister is holding out that there are enough police officers to respond to the 911 calls at any given time.
Rohee who describes the problem as unacceptable is of the opinion that the 911 line is something that should be working smoothly at all times.