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PM And RDU's Wammo Discuss The Solomons

PM And RDU's Wammo Discuss The Solomons

Glenn Williams aka "Wammo" is the host of RDU Mornings 6-10am on RDU 98.5fm in Canterbury.

This morning on RDU Mornings, Wammo (AKA Glenn Williams) had a chat with Prime Minister Helen Clark who explained the current situation in the Solomon Islands, New Zealand’s involvement there and gave a backgrounder to the current unrest. The PM also answered questions about political corruption in the Solomon Islands and suggested that investigations into corruption are still continuing. Finally the Prime Minister explained why the United Nations has not been pro-active in the Pacific.

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