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MINISTER OF HOUSING Denis Kellman (below) is not buckling to public pressure over the opening of his Moon Town, St Lucy business during the state-declared national shutdown in response to Tropical Storm Matthew last Wednesday.

Rather, the St Lucy Member of Parliament is insisting he had a social responsibility to his constituents. deniskellman33

His defence of his position Monday night came as calls mounted for him to do like other businesses and apologise.

“If I apologise to them, then I also have to apologise to another group of people,” he told the DAILY NATION last night.

“I would then have to tell another group I regretted looking after their welfare. You can’t have people depending on you and then in crucial times walk away from them.” (WILLCOMM)

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

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