State assumes affairs of former Top Cop Henry Greene’s estate

first_imgThe late Henry GreeneThe estate of the late Police Commissioner Henry Greene, has been taken over by the State and its administration is now in the care of the Public Trustee.Legal sources have since expressed surprise at the revelation since it obtains as a result of no persons staking a claim to Greene’s property.The information, according to at least one lawyer, is puzzling to say the least, since former Chief Justice (ag), Ian Chang, had ordered that the estate of the former Police Commissioner be divided between his reputed wife Gail Stoll and his two children.Greene’s two children, Troy and Shelda, had moved to the courts claiming millions of dollars in assets from his reputed wife and her Attorney Robin Hunte in 2013 shortly after the Police Commissioner’s demise.Greene died in 2012, following a horrific car accident, leaving millions of dollars in assets, including several vehicles, holdings in the gold mining sector and several other properties, including a poultry and livestock farm at Kuru-Kururu, Soesdyke/Linden Highway.The information relating to the acquisition of Greene’s estate by the State has been officially gazetted and dated Saturday, September 3, 2016.The notice lists the estates of 18 deceased persons to have their affairs be administered by the Public Trustee’s Office.According to information provided on the Official Gazette, The Office of the Public Trustee/Official Receiver is headed by the Public Trustee/Official Receiver and is primarily responsible for the administration of the estates of deceased persons. The Public Trustee/Official Receiver may also undertake to do the following: act as the Executor or Administrator of a will; act as the guardian or receiver of the property of a minor or person under disability; and take possession of and administer the estate of any person who is absent from Guyana and who is not fully represented by an Attorney in Guyana and who has left debts unpaid.The Official Gazette identifies in its publication, the “Estate of Wilfred Henry Greene, also known as Henry Greene, deceased of Lot 52 Essequibo Street, Lamaha Springs, Ruimveldt, Georgetown.It has further called on “all persons having claims as creditors against the deceased or his/her estate must lodge same at the office of the Public Trustee/Official Receiver, Attorney General’s Chambers, Lot 95 Carmichael Street, North Cummingsburg, Georgetown, within three months from the date of the first publication of this notice.”The latest publication is the third such.The Public Trustee/Official Receiver also manages trusts and administers entities in liquidation pursuant to the provisions of the Insolvency Act and also facilitates the payment of monetary judgments and costs awarded by the Court against the State.last_img read more

Warriors, JKL lock horns in playoff opener

first_imgWarriors lost nine of their 22 regular season games (file photo)FUBA National Basketball League-Playoffs 2018 (Game one)MTN Arena LugogoFriday, 07-08-2018-JKL Dolphins Vs Pemba Warriors @09:00 PM -A1 Challenge Vs Nkumba Lady Marines @07:00 PM  Pemba Warriors will take on JKL Dolphins in game one of the best of three series when the 2018 Playoffs start at MTN Arena, Lugogo on Friday evening.Warriors had a trying regular season that saw them lose 9 of their 22 games but the fact that they won both their duels against JKL should inspire Ronnie Mutebi’s side going into Friday night’s fixture.Mutebi who oversaw Warriors lose to KIU Tiatans in the semi finals of last year’s playoff reveled his side is hungry for success.“As a team in general, i believe we are ready and the guys are fit and mentally in good shape, said Mutebi ahead of the game.“We are hungry and we want to stay hungry.“What you should expect from us is the hunger for success.About JKL, Mutebi had this to say:“We are playing a rebounding team in JKL so it is going to go down to depth of each team.”Warriors finished fourth on the log with 13 wins from 22 regular season games.Against Friday’s opponents, Warriors won both regular season games, 58-46 and 76-69.For JKL who finished fifth with 11 wins and as many losses in regular season, they will look to the armory of Brian Namake, Ivan Lumanyika, Libe Makala among others to inflict the necessary damage on Warriors.The other day’s game will see A1 Challenge and Nkumba Lady Marines lock horns in the early kickoff.A1 finished fourth in regular season with a 12-6 record while Nkumba finished one place below their opponents with 9-9 record from 18 games.This tie is known for bringing together two teams with a balance in power majorly based from their log positions. However, A1 look the stronger of the two, not for only finishing above Nkumba but also the recent meetings.A1 won both regular season games against Nkumba. They (A1) won 68-62 on June 30 before adding another 85-73 win a week later.Both teams were supposed to face off last year at this stage, but A1 got a walkover as Nkumba Lady Marines had not presented their Hepatitis B cards to the league committee, by time of tip-off.Comments Tags: FUBA NBL 2018JKL DolphinesPemba Warriorstoplast_img read more

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