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As you heard in the interviews a number of local leaders also had an input in making today’s initiative a reality. These include former area representative for Corozal South West Ramiro Ramirez and elected Village Council members. We spoke to Ramirez and Councillor Rodolfo Lainez to find out how they believe the community will benefit from free access to Internet.


Screen_Shot_2017-03-20_at_8.34.23_PMRamiro Ramirez – Former Area Representative Croozal South West


“One of the promises that we had with the people during the campaign was that we were going to look forward to get the internet finally we have it here at Concepcion R.C. School and a part of that we are welcoming all students from first form up to sixth form and university they can come here and access the internet because it is free and that is part of our promise as I said with the village council and once more I want to give thanks to Centaur and to the kids.  I hope that these kids make a good use and now we have a TV that they can watch educational programs for the school and I hope that these kids young future of Belize maybe one of them will be a politician, maybe one of them will be the Prime Minister of Belize and that is the best and we have to give thanks to Centaur and especially to the honorable John Briceno, the future Prime Minister and that is the way to go because Concepcion have been here for many years and what happen, BTL belongs to the government and they haven’t come here and provide that facility to the student so that mean and the area rep that is here right now is not looking forward for the benefit of our kids.”


Rodolfo Lainez, Member, Village Council


“Le doy las gracias al señor Jaime Briceño y al señor honorable John Briceño que están aquí que nos escucharon en nuestra petición y nos han dado el internet que sabemos que es los moderno ahorita para los estudiantes, sino es el internet que ya no pueden hacer sus tareas y quiero agradecerles y estudiantes el internet es gratis tienen acceso a ello y puede venir a buscar sus programa que tienen de tares de la escuela o del colegio y muchas gracias a Centaur por el privilegio que nos da y espero que lo disfruten de la mejor manera que puedan.”

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