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Supervisory staff and employees of the National Sports Council (NSC) have been warned that it won’t be business as usual anymore at the state-run institution.

The stern warning came from Minister of Sports Stephen Lashley yesterday following a three-hour tour of eight unkempt and poorly maintained NSC-owned facilities highlighted in SUNDAY SUN articles and pictures over the past two weeks.

“I think that persons in the National Sports Council who are responsible for ensuring that the facilities are cleaned up and appropriate work is done, that their attention is needed and enough of that said,” an unhappy Lashley declared.

Please read the full story in today’s Midweek Nation, or in the eNATION edition.

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