As New York based- Guyanese teen, Kelly Hyles heads to Harvard, she also had some encouraging words for young people in Guyana.
Hyles returned home to Guyana to attend the Jubilee celebrations and also to spread some positive words to Guyanese students.
Here is what she had to say in an interview with HGP TV.
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Here is a curated story link from Kaieteur News
Hyles, 17, who hails from Vryheid Lust, East Coast Demerara, has since been featured on a number of popular news channels and television shows in the US, including CNN Today, People Magazine, Dailymail, the Steve Harvey Show, PIX11 News and the Today Show. The teenager’s visit to Guyana is being facilitated by the Mark Benschop Foundation (MBK) in collaboration with Fly Jamaica Airlines.
Mark Benschop, founder of MBK told Kaieteur News yesterday that Hyles will be in Guyana to celebrate her 18th birth anniversary on May 26, which coincidentally is the same day, the nation, gained Independence in 1966. Benschop explained that both Hyles and her mother Anetta Earl Sealey received airline tickets to Guyana compliments of Fly Jamaica.