Ronald Singh whose service termination was reduced to a mere suspension
Ronald Singh, the Editor in Chief of Guyana Daily News will soon be back on his job soon on a full-time basis.
While the entity publicly stated initially that Singh has been terminated with immediate effect, BIG Smith News Watch learnt that he was actually told to go home and work from there rather than being in the office and then changed their statement to say that Singh was on suspension.
Singh’s slap on the wrist suspension came after the mayhem he caused on Tuesday following an inaccurate report which was published by Guyana Daily News.
Racial hostility, robbery, violence and destruction to property characterized protest actions on Tuesday along the East Coast Demerara which saw a joint service response.
On Tuesday as persons began condemning Guyana Daily News for its role in starting the protest, the entity issued a statement apologizing for the report.
The outlet stated that efforts will be made to ensure that such actions are not repeated and that it has terminated its Editor-in-Chief Ronal Singh with immediate effect.
Moments after that, the entity then revised that statement and announced that Ronald Singh was suspended.
It is not clear what prompted the change in action by the company.