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first_imgGTT’s recently-introduced Brand Ambassadors Saiku, Poonam Singh and Drew Thoven teamed up with the company to take the message of hope to several schools across Guyana by sharing their stories of faith and persistence in achieving success.GTT’s Brand Ambassadors Saiku, Poonam Singh interacting with students on their recent outreachThe Brand Ambassadors highlighted that the platform given them as representatives provided the opportunity to reach out and inspire young people, a role which is perfectly aligned with GTT’s mission to connect and impact communities all across Guyana in a positive way.The first round of the tour started last Friday at the New Silver City Secondary and Mackenzie High Schools with positive and resounding responses from the teachers and students. They sang along to the popular songs “G.U.Y.A.N.A.”, “You” and “Pillow Could Speak”, by Singh and Saiku respectively.The Brand Ambassadors have been major acts on GTT’s “Million Dollar Smile” campaign, which has already visited several parts of the country, including Georgetown, Mon Repos and Linden.The campaign moves to Bartica on November 24, when someone from that community would be given a chance to become a GTT “Million Dollar Smile” winner.The Ambassadors will at the same time visit the Bartica Secondary and John Baptise Schools to continue sharing their positive messages, inspiring youths to follow their dreams to do more.last_img read more

first_img1 Danny Ings Departing Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard is excited about the arrival of England Under-21 striker Danny Ings but urged fans to be patient with him.Ings will formally complete his move from Burnley when his contract expires on July 1, with the Reds hopeful he can make the step up after scoring 11 goals for the relegated Clarets last season.Gerrard believes the 22-year-old, currently with England for the Under-21 European Championships in the Czech Republic, can develop into a top striker but insists he needs time to adapt to his new surroundings.“The Ings one I’m really excited about because he can be what he wants to be – I know the talent’s there, he’s very young, he’s fresh,” Gerrard, who begins a new challenge with Los Angeles Galaxy this summer, told Liverpoolfc.com.“I think if he carries on learning and developing he can become a top striker and we love top strikers, so the stage is there and I wish (him) the best of luck and I’m looking forward to watching (him) play.“For me, the supporters just need to be patient with him, he’s still very young and I’m sure he’ll get eased in gently.“He might be the type of player that needs that bigger club and does thrive on the pressure.“He’s certainly got the platform there at one of the best clubs in the world to showcase his talents.“Hopefully he can get some goals early on which will give him the confidence that’ll make him feel like he belongs there.”last_img read more