Gov’t made wrong decision by employing Canadian company to manage the operations of the power company, says former board Chairman of GPL Posted by: admin Posted date: October 19, 2016 In: Top Stories Share this: Tweet Share on Tumblr Pocket Email Print ‹ Previous Next › Related posts Local NGO organised career fair to empower young people and expose them to employment opportunities A member’s refusal to withdraw from Parliament’s Chamber was the first in Guyana’s history – Speaker Speaker’s refusal to return time loss after Edghill’s failure to leave National Assembly saw the opposition walking out of the chamber While Edghill was being escorted to the Brickdam Station, a motion was moved barring him from the National Assembly for four sittings Comments (1) George Dias October 21, 2016 at 10:58 Who made this decision to hire these consultants? Is there any clause in the contract of a guarantee they will stop the losses over the period of the contract? Why cannot local people be employed to do this same job in order to reduce the astronomical cost being paid to this consulting company. In Grenada they have similar problems with all the profit is being repatriated to Canada from Grenlec. (Grenada Electric Company) They need to nationalize the company and run it as a privately owned corporation owned by local shareholders so the profit can benefit local electricity users. Reply Leave a Comment Click here to cancel reply. Name* Email* Website Submit Comment Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.