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Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture contests his first Salary

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In a moving gesture, Minister of Sports, Arts and Culture, Gayton McKenzie has chosen to donate his first salary to a local gallery, with the stipulation that the funds be divided among three talented artists.

During a heartfelt meeting, Gayton McKenzie listened to the artists’ struggles and aspirations, evoking tears of gratitude. The impending financial support promises to make a significant impact on their artistic journeys.

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