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October 04, 2012

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We only hear of lenghty prison terms and nothing about stolen monies being recovered.All these at the detriment of the common man moreso because the men in uniforms would not allow them to manage the meagre they have.Anti-corruption favours the government more than the man in the street.Stop the men in uniforms and white collers dubes from extorting and exploiting the common man as an impetus to the anti-corruption drive.

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Double jeopardy bull

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