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The blame-game theory! Who wins and who gains?

This article analyzes the common reactions in the public domain upon release of the Kroll-USAID Forensic Investigation Report. It went deeper by asking the hard question of 'who wins and who gains?' in this blame game.

The blame-game theory! Who wins and who gains?
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