The Staff and management of Courts Guyana Main Street Branch on Thursday hosted their annual Emancipation celebrations.
The company believes that as a country Guyanese must collectively build on these triumphs, persevere and resolutely aspire to greater heights and a deepening of the spirit of social cohesion.
Courts Brand Manager, Roberta Ferguson, stated that due to the COVID -19 guidelines for social distancing, it had to cancel its annual Emancipation Celebration and Cultural Display Ceremony at its Main Street, Georgetown branch, which sees its main activity as a “Best Dressed” competition which was keenly contested by COURTS employees.
Ferguson stated that although the company cannot host its annual activity, it has donated $100,000 to the African Cultural Development Association (ACDA), online Emancipation Celebration.
Further Ferguson stated COURTS Guyana understands the significance of the company’s continued observance of the historic movement saying that “It is important that we at Courts encourage this because this leads to a better understanding of each other’s culture as we celebrate together.”