Devastating School Fire in Guyana: Prime Minister Gaston Browne and CARICOM Extend Condolences and Support

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Prime Minister Gaston Browne and the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) express their deepest sympathies and condolences to the government, people, and communities of Guyana in the aftermath of the devastating fire that took place at a high school in the town of Mahdia.

The tragic incident resulted in the loss of precious lives, particularly children, leaving a profound impact on families, friends, and the nation as a whole.

Prime Minister Gaston Browne stated, “Our sympathies to my dear brother Irfaan, the government, and people of Guyana on the devastating fire that injured and killed a number of school children. Our prayers are with you, as we continue to stand in solidarity with all the families, citizens, and residents of Guyana. Soldier on!”

CARICOM, through a spokesperson, expressed their sorrow and shock upon learning about the fire. The organization mourns alongside the affected families, friends, and communities who are grappling with the unimaginable loss. They extend sincere condolences to the Government and people of Guyana, offering support and solidarity during this trying time.

In addition, CARICOM offers prayers for the swift recovery of those injured and impacted by the tragedy.

The organization assures the affected CARICOM Member States of their support as they work towards restoring normalcy within the community.

Together, Prime Minister Gaston Browne and CARICOM emphasize that their thoughts and prayers are with the people of Guyana, providing solace and strength as they navigate through this profound loss.

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  1. Not a darn thing as to the circumstances surrounding the tragedy and the loss of lives. Just a bunch of expressed insincerely and inauthentically expressions and statement of condolences with the intention of impressing others or improving their own image.
    Another performative statement from the do-nothing waste of time Caricom

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