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26 September 2016

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Honourable Gary Juffa represents us well in the current parliament in fighting corruption. The people of Oro should be proud of him.

Juffa is fighting corruption for the province and people he represents, but the messages he sends echo across the width and breadth of this nation, to scare and put corrupt public servants including Members of Parliament, on notice.

If we get more Juffas elected into the next parliament, corruption will become a thing of the past in this country.

This building was originally the Westpac Bank building and was taken over by the Provincial government in 1994.

Looking at that ramshackle old building wouldn't it have been easier for them to just put a match to it if they were simply interested in destroying evidence?

More likely vandals or raskols.

Phew, awaiting the 'reveal'.
Meanwhile of no surprise, a stunning lack of infrastructural development (what, 40 years?) is testament to something missing. Is it misappropriation, misery inflicted on the many by a somewhat few, and associated fiends? Mystery, phew..

Sincerely hope the Governor wins this one!

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