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Khan and Kun recruited ten employees, one of which was Rostar who chose to return. The planning and re-building went on for months and eventually came to an end when the new and improved holosite was completed. With this accomplished, Kun resigned and left the station.
 
Khan and Kun recruited ten employees, one of which was Rostar who chose to return. The planning and re-building went on for months and eventually came to an end when the new and improved holosite was completed. With this accomplished, Kun resigned and left the station.
   
After Kun's departure, Khan searched for a suitable replacement and found High Ambassador Pendo Koja (a.k.a. Skywalker) of the Rebel Alliance. Khan and Pendo Koja managed the station for a while until Khan was forced to take a leave of absence from the station. He left Pendo Koja in charge.
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After Kun's departure, Khan searched for a suitable replacement and found High Ambassador Skywalker (a.k.a. Pendo Koja) of the Rebel Alliance. Khan and Skywalker managed the station for a while until Khan was forced to take a leave of absence from the station. He left Skywalker in charge.
   
Pendo Koja instantly changed some aspects of the Centrepoint. He cleaned out all the restless employees replacing them in part with eager and willing people.
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Skywalker instantly changed some aspects of the Centrepoint. He cleaned out all the restless employees replacing them in part with eager and willing people.
   
When Khan returned, he expanded the operations of the station into the fields of transport, medical care and droid services. He also released a catalog that advertised station products. This renewed activity was short-lived as Pendo Koja and Khan announced they were retiring. Thenceforward, Rostar and [[Balavan Bobil]] assumed leadership of Centrepoint.
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When Khan returned, he expanded the operations of the station into the fields of transport, medical care and droid services. He also released a catalogue that advertised station products. This renewed activity was short-lived as Skywalker and Khan announced they were retiring. Thenceforward, Rostar and Balavan assumed leadership of Centrepoint.
   
 
Due to Balavan frequently being away from the station, Rostar became the defacto leader of Centrepoint. During this time Centrepoint purchased a lottery license from the Galactic Empire and began running their successful weekly raffles. Both Balavan and Rostar took their leave of the station simultaneously for personal reasons and leadership of Centrepoint passed to Togan Jano.
 
Due to Balavan frequently being away from the station, Rostar became the defacto leader of Centrepoint. During this time Centrepoint purchased a lottery license from the Galactic Empire and began running their successful weekly raffles. Both Balavan and Rostar took their leave of the station simultaneously for personal reasons and leadership of Centrepoint passed to Togan Jano.
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