In a recent statement, Leader of the Opposition Aubrey Norton expressed his belief that the current Commissioner of Police (ag), Clifton Hicken, is unqualified for the position and should be replaced. Norton cited concerns about Hicken’s suitability for the role, pointing to issues related to his qualifications and experience in law enforcement.
The Opposition Leader’s call for Hicken’s replacement will likely add to the ongoing discussions about leadership within the Guyana Police Force. It could further fuel debates on the effectiveness and competence of the current administration’s approach to addressing crime and security challenges in the country. Melanie Morris has the details in the following report.