Moses Nagamootoo was born in Whim Village on the Corentyne, Guyana. His parents were first generation Guyana-born offspring of Indian immigrants who came from Madras. Whim was a predominantly Madrasi village and Moses Nagamootoo grew up in a community with its own traditions of Kali-mai worship, styles of drumming and food preferences which made them distinct from the majority of Indo-Guyanese whose ancestors came from North India.
"He has worked as a teacher, a journalist and studied law. He has since his youth been an activist member of the PPP and from 1992 to 1999 was a member of the Guyanese parliament and held the portfolio of Minister of Information. He is currently on study leave completing his legal studies.
He was a contributor of poems to a PYO (Progressive Youth Organisation -- the radical youth wing of the PPP) For the Fighting Front (1974). His Hendree’s Cure: Scenes from Madrasi Life in a New World (Peepal Tree, 2000), a work of documentary fiction, is a libation to the Madrasi world of his youth."
That’s right. All these claims are a bunch of hog wash that have no validity. They are designed to raise doubt in the people’s mind, spread propaganda, delay the process and paint a picture that the opposition rigged the election and they are the bad guys. That’s what it is. And the people who can’t comprehend or who are in denial will believe it because they want to believe anything.
Always tell someone how you feel because opportunities are lost in the blink of an eye but regret can last a lifetime.