I agree with you buddy. There is no such feeling among good people on both side. Only idiot people feel that way, even though we lost very important writer the whole world admired his writing. The govt will bring shame to the people of this very young nation in which we are not going to be respected around the world, becuase we don’t know how to rule. So rest in peace brother Isaiaah Abraham.
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