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Posted: April 27, 2010
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Vybz Kartel is urging persons to donate books to the library the deejay says he’s building to uplift members of the Gaza especially the youths.

The controversial dancehall deejay expressed to Music News that he has so far received a single donation from prominent Attorney At Law and Rastafarian Miguel Lorne, and is seeking more. (CLIP)

Vybz Kartel adds that the workmen are making progress hinting that the construction will be completed soon. (CLIP)

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