Lot 14 Good Hope Housing Scheme – Hemraj Kissoon/Kishun & Lyla Kishun

January 10, 2017

Cover letter from CHPA Attorney Hannifah Jordan to Board introducing land fraud by one of Guyana’s wealthiest families. 


Head of IT & former Projects Director deleted files from server


Former head of projects Fazal Wahab has reportedly been in and out of the building long after he tendered his resignation and left the job. I have seen him in and out a few times while headed in for meetings.

Continuing a fine trend of slackness, the HR Director has processed a resignation of someone who did not do a proper hand over. This matter came up before with Wahab when he went on leave and Omar Narine took over. Narine could not answer questions because he had no idea what Wahab was working on and no handover was done. This is a common feature, persons have secrets to protect so they go off on leave with keys and documents and still get paid. Continue reading “Head of IT & former Projects Director deleted files from server”

Ghosts employees at CHPA

12 April, 2016

It’s becoming more apparent that this agency has many ghost employees. ALL members of management are aware of this as well as many staff I’ve spoken to.

The HR Director Laverne Benfield Sanscoulotte is also fully aware of this. For example most of the persons working and being paid at the Turn Key site are not listed as employees. They are receiving pay which is classified as stipend.

Many of these same persons also worked on the private development Windsor Estate and another close by scheme. In all instances they were paid by CHPA. That’s based on info shown to me.

Additionally, the roster of names on the time machine exceeds by far the employee list given to the Board. The HR director and IT MANAGER Andre Ally were made aware of this.

An HR audit would also reveal that half of the staff in Land Admin could be sent home without issues. They serve no purpose.

Other departments with questionable staff count: projects, monitoring and evaluation and HR. I have no idea what monitoring and evaluation does. This seems to have been created by irfaan alli for germane Stewart.

Stewart strangely enough is also in charge of GIS. The body of work put out by both these departments is a joke. There are no GIS maps and data to speak of and the agency has a whole department dedicated to it. Stewart talks a good game but she is in way over her head. We can’t even see maps and location of commercial businesses that apply for plans.

My guess is about 25 persons minimum of the payroll are ghost.

These are crimes against the poor people of this country. They have to be addressed.

Staff being intimidated & harassed for talking to Mark Jacobs


8th April, 2016

It’s a hazard for staff members to speak to me. Various forms of harassment and intimidation going down by other staff and management. 

Four managers staff complain about the most are: HR Director Lavern Benfield Sanscoulotte, Germene Stewart, Omar Narine in Project Dept., Denise King Tudor in Land Administration. 

One staff said of being called an informant! Imagine that.

I had a meeting with land allocation dept to introduce myself etc and if 24 persons present only 2 had anything to say when I opened the floor.

I was informed later Tudor told them not to say anything. These people are all adults. Presumably.

Many members of staff talk to me. 90% discretely cause of fear. How else would I get info if staff didn’t tell me?

Management have a big problem with that and staff are being whipped into line. Other tactics include repeating foolishness to staff which works on the weaker ones.

The amount of ridiculous things I am supposedly responsible for is too long to mention. I think I was once blamed for them not getting paid on time. 

It’s stupid and childish and it will not stop staff from sharing information. 

I know who’s in daily contact with Irfaan Ally and Bharrat Jagdeo. I know there’s payroll fraud and I know CHPA has ghost employees. Intimidating staff won’t stop that flow of information. 

Still waiting on details on $25 million pipe “theft” story

10 July, 2016

Head of Projects Fazal Wahab claimed 25 million in pipes were stolen from Farm I think.

This was an oral report to the Board. This is fucking theatre of the absurd type shit. A head of department mentioning a 25 million theft with no details. Like all these “thefts” no report was made to the Police.

This is how state assets are handled and mis handled.

Until I see details, I remain convinced Wahab and his cohorts stole those pipes or diverted those funds to their own purposes.

The legal officer, CEO and other seniors from management as per normal sat in silence saying nothing.

An audit of all projects done in these housing schemes will reveal lots of “missing” equipment and works.

At numerous discussions we’ve had I’ve mentioned firing Wahab. His engineering output is subpar. All projects they start have serious defects and issues. ALL.

Charles Ceres did an in depth look just at Wahab, Omar Narine and the rest paper work on about 150 odd projects.

Just based on their paperwork, he recommended surcharging and firing the entire project dept engineer crew and hire four new graduates from UG.

He is an engineer, who am I to contradict his professional analysis? 

And we’re talking from engineering stand point only. Crimes and illegal acts are another matter.

Remigrant scheme – profile of allottees

The following are profiles of allottees. Please note that the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Remigrant criteria
was not used to determine eligibility to participate in the Providence Gardens Project.

Individual Profile of all Remigrant Allottees:

Parcel No. : 1902 (5.5M)
Name of Allottee: Compton Fraser & Allison Fraser (RE550115)
Address: 143-04-232 Street Jamaica NY 11413
Identification No. : 521503750 & 426821635 (US-PP) Continue reading “Remigrant scheme – profile of allottees”

Lethem lot allocated to GWI sold to woman from Corentyne for $800,000

A lot assigned to Guyana Water Inc in Tabatinga, Lethem will feature prominently into any fraud investigation into CHPA.

Copies of this file and more details will be shared. But the new housing officer looking into some other matter came across files showing details of this transaction.
Continue reading “Lethem lot allocated to GWI sold to woman from Corentyne for $800,000”