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TWO MEN making use of land along Green Hill, St Michael, are at odds as one appears to want the other gone.

Kenrick Ifill told the WEEKEND NATION he was the executor of the land following the death of the previous owner, Philip Gibbs, but wants Paul Caesar, who operates a tyre repair business on the land, to remove the tyres, which he said attracted vermin.

“My problem is that all these tyres are not supposed to be here. The man just dumps them here. I told him about it but he does nothing. All here was grass and I clear here but now there’s rats and mosquitoes. I’m a registered farmer and I want to put an organic garden here but not like this,” he said.

Ifill said Caesar told inspectors he poured oil in the tyres but the solution was in fact biodiesel which dissolved away and failed to keep any mosquitoes away. (CA)

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

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