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  •   Home > News > Politics

    A Mongrel Mob spokeswoman says there's no pressure on guests to give a koha

    A Mongrel Mob spokeswoman says there's no pressure on guests to give a koha


    The Human Rights Commissioner is under fire after donating 200-dollars of taxpayer money to the gang, at a hui in May.

    Paul Hunt says it would've been extremely disrespectful not to offer a koha.

    Gang public relations manager Louise Hutchinson says it's up to a person to decide what is acceptable.

    She says they don't expect money from people, as that's not how they operate.

    Hutchinson says the money went towards a marae sleepover, focused on dealing with trauma.

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