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Afewerki Dagnew
Mon, 20 Jul 2015 13:02 EDT
Great and Special Event designed in Canada to engage Guyana, Cuba, Carribbean Nations, African Union, European Union, Asian and American States, and the United Nations in the city of Toronto to to help nations and individuals in the currrent man-made and
Afewerki Dagnew
President & Ceo
Global Inventors Corporation
2300 Lawrence Avenue West, M1P 2K9
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Mr. Harry Narine Nawbatt:
High Commissioner
Guyana High Commission
151 Slator Street, Suite 800
Ottawa, ON, Canada.

Dear Mr. Nawbatt:

I have selected your good office to engage the Caribbean Nations, and from Africa Consulate of Republic of Congo and South Africa are selected in order to engage the world leaders and the United Nations to bailout countries like Greece, Haiti, and other countries in global economic crisis and people affected by the global conflicts.

To this end, I am kindly requesting you to do your part to work with all Canadian diplomats and UN Group in Europe and America.

Thank you for your support and cooperation in this matter.


Afewerki Dagnew
President & Ceo
Global Investors Corporation
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Afewerki Dagnew
Sun, 5 Apr 2015 21:09 EDT
Immediate Action to engage Diplomats and Mpps, MP, Mayors, councillors and the United Nations and its Agents in Canada and Globally.
Dear Mr. Consul-General,

I need an immediate appointment next week at your convenient time in order to take immediate action in engaging Canada and World Leaders, business Communities and Civic Societies in the historic global events to be launched soon to help and empower people in Canada and globally.

I am kindly requesting you to engage Mr. Jerrold Johnson to organize special events on behalf the Caribbean and African Communities, and to engage Canada and the American States as soon as possible.

Mr. Jerrold Johnson office is open Tuesday-Saturday and I would like to take earlier time next Tuesday after 5:00 PM before he close his office.

The Jamaica National office Hours is:

Tuesday- Saturday 10: am - 5:30 pm

I need 5-10 Minutes for the Initial Meeting to discuss and plan for special events and engage business, communities, diplomats and politicians in Canada.

The Contac of Mr. Jerrold Johnson is as follows:
Mr. Jerrold Johnson
Chief Representative Officer
Tel: 416-784-2074

Thank you for your co-operation in this matter.


Afewerki Dagnew
President & CEO
Global Inventors Corp.
Tel. 416-488-1391
Afewerki Dagnew
Sun, 5 Apr 2015 19:18 EDT
Special National and Global Events to help Canada ,Caribbean Communnities, the United Nations and the world community through fresh and new ideas designed in Canada.
Please contact me as soon as possible to engage your office to help and empower Caribbean Nations, communities and the United Nations in a special project designed to create a better Canada and better world through our collective wisdom and knowledge to create a better and peaceful world.

Thank you for your co-operation in this matter.


Afewerki Dagnew
President & CEO
Global Inventors Corp.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Ruby Sahai Gunraj
Thu, 6 Feb 2014 10:43 EST
Reparation for Guyanese
To: The Consul General,
505 Consumers Road, Scarb. Ont.

Dear Mr. Consul General,

I have been incommunicado from events pertaining to our Country's events for over 4 decades. Living as an alien in a cold, forbidding land during these wanton years, it brings to mind that my children have been disinherited from the rights which their immigrant forefathers had built for them.

I feel the time is right for us to seek Reparation for all the Damage that was done to our People, our Culture, our Economy and our History. We are entitled to have our Country restored to some semblance of Safety, Peace and Order; not so much for ourselves, but for future Guyanese children.

There is much to be done...but the Chinese philosophy that

FIRST STEP" pertinent.

It would be unforgiveable.... regrettable if we were to sit back and allow the initial wrong that was done to us to go, as if we were an impotent people. We were innocent & defenseless citizens who were raped, our homes burnt, but self-preservation kicked in. We fled from our rightful inheritance and took refuge in the Cold, Frozen wastes of North America.

Unless we bring this Injustice to the fore; unless we "ask" for what is rightfully our children's, we will not be "given" it. The world is not aware of our plight; yet many will lend their support....but we must bring it to their attention firstly. JUSTICE should be our watchword.

We were a good, generous and hospitable people....all six races living in relative unity...coexisting harmoniously. Why should we let such truths disappear and dissipate into nothingness?
Why are we being thought of as Third World" (Inferior)Peoples, when our Value Systems were far superior to North American Standards.

With most of our generation gone, we, the older ones, are in danger of becoming another extinct species. The world will never really know who we were. What then would be gift to our future generations? Everyone should know their Roots...their History...their Culture in order to fully understand themselves. That Past is what gives to us, elements of Dignity& Pride which propel us full-tilt towards Self- Actualization.

Should you think that there is merit in my feelings, kindly advise and grant me an interview at your earliest convenience.

Best regards,

Ruby Sahai Gunraj
Toufeek Khan
Mon, 23 May 2011 00:26 EDT
Hello Mr Nawbatt.

Just want to congratulate you on the appoinment. I saw the new and said to my wife, hey, I know that guy.

I worked at Personnel, Works between 1976 and 1980. I remember when you were a Senior Clerk at Surveys Division. I know that you were always politically active.

Anyway, congrats and welcome to the City of Toronto, the best city in North America for immigrants, a home away from home.

Toufeek Khan.

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