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Ministers and fake Facebook accounts

Shaya has been called names in the past for my intrusiveness or so they say-I like to think I am just a friendly neighbor so when a little birdie shared this information I really did not know how to describe this character.

Information reaching Shaya, with receipts has exposed how a former minister who lost bitterly has gone on an onslaught to de-campaign the new Minister even going to the extent of engaging boys in the hood to open pseudo Facebook accounts to spread malicious content against this Minister.

Whilst I don’t know which name to use to describe this low life behaviour from the loser, Shaya’s question would be, why not face your nemesis like a man sir?

I thought you had the balls! Anyway let’s see who throws in the first real punch boys!

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