‘Chronicle’ agrees to muzzle its reporting on Sleep-In owner

Yesterday the Application for injunctions in the legal proceedings filed by Bacchus of Sleepin Hotel, Pasha Global Inc. and Yokohama Trading Company Inc., against the Guyana National Newspapers Limited, the publishers of the Guyana Chronicle and its Editor …
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