Urging the people to have faith in the processes already undertaken by the government by patiently awaiting the outcome of the investigations and subsequent prosecutions, he noted that the ultimatum issued by various groups, particularly threats to embark on demonstrations and strike actions would merely compound the problem and divert attention.
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