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In Today's New Vision: Former candidate struggling with debts

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Added 7th July 2016 06:59 AM

A former presidential candidate is choking on loans, and his property is up for auction

In Today's New Vision: Former candidate struggling with debts

A former presidential candidate is choking on loans, and his property is up for auction

 

 

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