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Twalib Mbarak: If you look at the sugar, coffee and tea industries, they are full of cartels. The sentiments made by the President, he was just trying to show the magnitude of the rot in those sectors and they are causing a lot of havoc to the people. The sugar industry in this country has gone down because of corruption, cartels and mismanagement and the President is trying to wipe out that problemcorruption
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