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On the occasion of Arrival Day, the Alliance For Change (AFC) is celebrating with the nation especially the East Indian community which observes 168 years in Guyana.

In a press release, the AFC acknowledged the rich culture East Indians have brought to the country and recognises the economic input made to the development of Guyana, especially in two of the country's major foreign exchange earners, the rice and sugar industries.

As we celebrate Arrival Day, the release says, citizens should recall the struggles and achievements of our ancestors and aim to make meaningful contributions for future generations. The party reminds that although the country is plagued with rampant crime, citizens can choose to celebrate their diversity and together, aim for a higher quality of life.

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