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Super fans’ trips cancelled



Minister of Sports, Arts, and Culture Gayton McKenzie has taken a decisive stance by discontinuing funding for “super fans” attending sporting events and exhibitions.

The move reflects McKenzie’s commitment to supporting athletes and artists facing financial hardships, rather than allocating resources towards spectator trips.

By redirecting funds to where they are most urgently needed, McKenzie is prioritizing accountability and equitable resource distribution within the sports and arts sectors.

This decision underscores McKenzie’s dedication to ensuring that limited resources are channeled towards those in the industry who require immediate financial support.

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