One week after being discovered by passers-by in the canal outside the Guyana Defence Force (GDF) Headquarters on Carifesta Avenue, a body is yet to be identified.The Police have said the body is that of a male of African descent who apparently had been in his late 30s. At time of the discovery, last Monday at about 06:00h,the body was shirtless and clad in black jeans.‘A’ Division (Georgetown) Commander Leslie James said last Monday that theInvestigators at the scene where the still unidentified body was found last Mondaybody bore marks of violence, which suggest that foul play was involved in the man’s demise.The Police had sent out a notice seeking the public’s assistance in identifying the dead man. The body remains at the Lyken Funeral Home awaiting identification and a post mortem examination.Anyone with information that could lead to identification of the corpse is urged to contact the Guyana Police Force on telephone numbers ?227-1611?, ?227-1149?, ?227-1270?, ?227-6940-9?, ?226-6221?, ?225-2694?, 911, or the nearest Police Station.
0Shares0000Barcelona is ranked the fourth most valuable sports team in the world © AFP/File / Josep LAGOBARCELONA, Spain, Jul 17 – Barcelona announced Monday record income of Sh84.4bn ($812.8m) for 2016/2017 with an after-tax profit of Sh2.1bn (18m euros).The Spanish giants said the healthy revenue was up 13m on the forecast figure in their budget for the period. A statement following the approval of the accounts at a board meeting disclosed the club has reduced its debt by 24.5m euros to 247m euros.The salaries of Lionel Messi, Luis Suarez, Neymar and co account for 66% of Barcelona’s expenditure, the statement added.Barca say that the financial results fit into the club’s strategic plan for revenue to top 1 billion euros by 2021.The Catalan side are ranked the fourth most valuable sports team in the world after the NFL’s Dallas Cowboys, Major League Baseball’s New York Yankees and Manchester United by Forbes magazine.Last season Barcelona relinquished their Spanish title to Real Madrid and were knocked out of the Champions League at the quarter-final stage by Juventus who went on to lose to Barca’s arch-rivals Real in the final in Cardiff.0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today)