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    National Day of Honour - Mike Akpata

    Today is the National Day of Honour for Afghanistan vets. We spoke to Mike Akpata - he's a former member of the Essex and Kent Scottish Regiment, who served in Afghanistan in 2007. Mike is also a Senior Constable with the Windsor Police Service.

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