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Proud of our drug dealers - Has Maumoon gone completely potty?
President Gayyoom proudly receiving the worst known drug dealers in the Maldivian history as national heroes. This comes as amazement to us all that Gayyoom so admirably gives a heroes welcome to Mr. Haleem and Mr. Hassan, who served more than 20 years in prison in Egypt for attempting to smuggle 58 kg of opium into their country. These people were caught red handed by the Egyptian authority. Gayyoom is so proud of them for serving 20 years in an Egyptian jail? what an absolute disgrace to heroism?
Has he gone completely potty or what? Am I lying or is this Gayyoom standing in the middle? This shows what a low life this man Gayyoom is! No wonder he does not give a damn about the thousands of youths victimised by drugs in Maldives! He loves drug dealers! They will probably get the "National Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dealing with Heavy Drugs Abroad" in November 2004!
"Well done my boys? You must be as qualified as me now? fancy a cabinet post?"
Come on Gayyoom, really, this is just too much! You really should resign now!
No need to apologise, we understand, you have been under a lot of stress lately!
The President, with Mr. Adam Haleem on his immediate right, and Mr. Hassan Dhon Ali
on his immediate left, with relatives of Mr. Adam Haleem alongside them.
The President Exchanging greetings with Mr. Adam Haleem of G. Beetrootge, who was
released recently after serving 20 years in an Egyptian prison.
The President exchanging greetings with Mr. Hassan Dhon Ali of Kaneeruge,
Lhaviyani Naifaru, who returned home on 25 March after gaining freedom after
being imprisoned for 20 years in an Egyptian jail.
The President stands for a photograph, with Mr. Hassan Dhon Ali on his right, and
Mr. Adam Haleem, on his left, after his meeting with them at the President’s Office.
© Dhivehi Observer 2004