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CHAMBU NJUWI
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TOO MUCH TALK LITTLE ACTION OR RATHER JUST LIP SERVICE. IN KENYA TODAY IS THE LAST DAY FOR BANNED THIN PLASTIC MANUFACTURERS AS PART OF REFORM AGENDA. THE GOVERNMENT HAS PUT ITS FOOT DOWN AND THERE WILL BE NO EXCUSES OR MORE EXTENTION. LOOK AT THE MALAWI PATHETIC SITUATIONS THE INDIAN BUSINESS MEN HAVE PUT US IN. JUST LOOK AT HOW BADLY THE ENVIRONMENT HAS BEEN POLLUTED WITH BLUE AND BLACK JUMBO. YET THERE IS THE WHOLE PRESIDENCY, CABINET, PARLIAMENTARY COMMITTEE ON ENVIRONMENT AND A HOLD OF NGOS. WHAT A SHAME

chimanga
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As DPP we steal using ADMARC. What nonsense are you talking about?

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