The Board of the Guyana Water Incorporated has decided to open an investigation into the management of the state-owned company by its Chief Executive Office, Dr. Richard Van West Charles.
News Source understands that the board made the decision to launch the probe at a meeting on Tuesday and in wake of the recent revelations about the hiring of a number of top officials at the company by Dr. Van West Charles.
One of those managers was recently fired by the company after it was found that he was hired by the CEO, although he did not possess the qualifications for the job.
A GWI official close to the board, revealed to News Source that a number of managers have provided official complaints to the board about Dr. Van West Charles and his way of running the company.
The Board is expected to meet with the CEO soon on the concerns raised.