Secure plans for Carifesta

There are 68 comments on the The Nation story from Aug 12, 2008, titled Secure plans for Carifesta. In it, The Nation reports that:

The tenth staging of the Caribbean Festival of Arts , slated to take place at the end of the month in Georgetown, Guyana, has received a healthy infusion of GUY$500 million from that country's government.

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tyron

Georgetown, Guyana

#61 Sep 21, 2008
peter wrote:
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carifesta na don.ayo stop blabbering about it now nah.wa good it gon make.
Before CARIFESTA you were the one talking about how it’s going to be a big failure and now that it passed and was such a success we are the ones to talk now!

Like the ole saying goes…..Who laughs last laughs the best!!!!!
politician

Georgetown, Guyana

#62 Sep 21, 2008
you better thank burham to host carifesta first.
patrick

Georgetown, Guyana

#63 Sep 21, 2008
politician wrote:
you better thank burham to host carifesta first.
what he did to our country after this? He destroyed it.
Observer

Georgetown, Guyana

#64 Sep 21, 2008
peter wrote:
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carifesta na don.ayo stop blabbering about it now nah.wa good it gon make.
We have to keep on saying what carifesta did for Guyana…WE can’t stop saying what the governments doing to develop our country…because we never had such a dedicated president….
gtxxclusive

Georgetown, Guyana

#65 Sep 21, 2008
peter wrote:
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carifesta na don.ayo stop blabbering about it now nah.wa good it gon make.
Carifesta X was a gigantic hit,it left too much memorable moments in our lives,which brought the people of the country and the caribbean together.We wont stop talking about it until the next big event.It would make the GOG and the people proud of their achievements.
peter

Georgetown, Guyana

#66 Sep 23, 2008
gtxxclusive wrote:
<quoted text>Carifesta X was a gigantic hit,it left too much memorable moments in our lives,which brought the people of the country and the caribbean together.We wont stop talking about it until the next big event.It would make the GOG and the people proud of their achievements.
why do we have to be proud of carifesta for.it was just one big waste og our countries money and our peoples time and effort.
gtxxclusive

Georgetown, Guyana

#67 Sep 23, 2008
We have to be proud for the rebirth of Carifesta,if Guyana did not host Carifesta X,it would of died.The GOG and the various ministries did extremely well in hosting the event,they brought the caribbean people together.There were a lot events all over Guyana,Guyanese show case their talent with arts and culture,and boost the tourism industry.Carifesta was not a waste of,that is why it will be talked about until next major event.
common sense

Georgetown, Guyana

#68 Sep 24, 2008
peter wrote:
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why do we have to be proud of carifesta for.it was just one big waste og our countries money and our peoples time and effort.
Carifesta reunited this country again.

This year will go down in our history books as one of the bloodiest that this nation have ever seen.
In a time where racial tention was at an overload, carifesta brought back this nation from a point racial war it proved that we can live in harmony with each other.
and to think that the PNC had wanted to boycott carifesta.

Thats what we as a nation should be proud of...

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