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Roadshow hailed a success

Salaseini Moceiwai
Saturday, April 05, 2014

THE first-ever Northern government roadshow in Nadogo was hailed a success with hundreds of people from all walks life attending the two-day event.

The event that ended yesterday at the Nadogo Central College grounds was not only an opportunity for people to take advantage of the products and services displayed at the various booths, but also a time to mingle and chat with government officials.

Acting commissioner northern Alipate Bolalevu said despite the wet weather, people turned out in numbers to know more about the services provided by the State.

"People from all walks life including children took time out to visit the booths to learn more about the government services," he said.

"We are really impressed with the positive response and the large turnout from the public."

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