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Wednesday, 06 December 2006

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rexon

Dear Ngala,

While we are still mourning the slaining of four of our own, it is irritating to see you awarding Lambi and con an anti-corruption award. Recall that,he has technically accepted the responsibility of the death of these students in his soo callled "monumental error"

Kappo

Rexon,
Please can you enlighten me? I dont understand this at all. What is happening in his country?

vito

Of course Prof deserves it.He's the fourth person in the Holy TRINITY.

Emah

It will be a total shame if Edward Ngala goes ahead to award the price to Lambi, In the name of anti-corruption.

Ngala, are you saying that, adding names on an already signed and published list or accepting wrong doing('Monumental erros') to justify fraud is fighting corruption?

Withholding this award until the culprits are clearly known will be the least you can do. Going ahead to give Lambi this award for what ever reasons, makes you a partaker in injustice and corruption.

DON'T smear that organisation in exchange for cheap recognition.

Professor 'MONUMENTAL ERROR' doesn't deserve that award period

Kappo

I say eh Ma mary, Rexon, Emah my trbes men usually expclain in pigin " This one na provoke or na yoke" I dont understand if this award is a means to provoke prof or its just a matter of joke. Na provoke? or na Yoke?
Please answers this question for me

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