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July 28, 2021
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Buai sales increase despite Ban

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The number of Betelnut (Beai) sellers in public places has gradually increased despitethe ban in January to ridthe city of rubbish.

Sellers are ether ignorant or are just looking for means to earn income fromthe sale of betelnut.

Beai Market inthe Nation’s Capital is once again patronised by addicted chewers.

The ban last month was imposed to keepthe city clean. It almost worked out withthe support from NCD City Rangers but as time passed, sellers re – emerged.

The National Capital District currently has two options to rent cottages to vendors and construct betelnut markets outsidethe city. The options are yet to become reality,the public is urged to stopthe sale of betelnut in public places.

Beidgette Komatep, National EMTV News

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