Settle differences, Musa urges duo

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  • Thursday, 11 Dec 2003

KOTA KINABALU: Chief Minister Datuk Musa Aman wants the two state ministers embroiled in a dispute over a piece of land for a new Chinese school to settle their differences as the matter is now resolved. 

“I would like to assure all those involved that everybody will be happy. It will be a win-win situation,” he said when asked whether a solution for the dispute had been worked out. 

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