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by Joannes | July 23, 2009 at 9:56 AM
Still Going Strong
shifting blames in his ministry against escalating road accidents, saying his ministry is responsible for making laws. Implementation is not his duty.
Elaborate further so that we can get to understand what you are talking about
I don't know what happened. I wanted to try out sending in breaking news through my mobile phone but it only part of the message... the second bit of it! can someone please explain what might have gone wrong?
this was the original message... "News: 26 perish in a greasely road carnage as Kenya's Minister for Transport Chirau Ali Makwere blames it on careless driving. Chirau has been on the spot for shifting blames in his ministry against escalating road accidents, saying his ministry is responsible for making laws, and whether the laws are implemented is not his duty."
We Can Do It!
It turns out we are limited 160 characters when sending a text message. Darn it. Sorry for the disappointment. You chose an excellent albeit heart wrenching breaking news story.
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