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There was a written letter entitled:


The content of the letter stated that I had stole equipment from an employer the information was published and copied to my professional revelant bodies.

As the investigations were done it was found that the issue was not so and even after police investigations steer clear and the matter was filed as a civil suit and not criminal as was a laid by the advocate of the employer.

The matter have since between used to stop registration of my laboratory and the matter was escalated by our unions chairman to members.

Different organisations have shy away from associating in anyway with me or my organisation.

As a result I have gone unrepairable damages as a result of the letter.

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The best thing to do is to first start the process of informing the said bodies that your case was resolved so that they can allow you to register your business. Ensure that you have also resolved any pending issues with your former employer.

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