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Letter From The President: The London Outrage

Fri, 15 Jul 2005 Source: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents, all peace-loving citizens of the world, I wonder what the world is coming to. I was in London reciting my lines for the begging session with G8 leaders when I heard about the bomb explosions in different parts of the city. As I write this letter, police have confirmed that at least 50 people died in those explosions and hundreds have been injured. So far, we know that at least one of the dead is a Sikaman citizen. May the souls of the dead never rest until their murderers are brought to justice and may the injured heal as soon as possible to help track down the perpetrators of the outrage.

Countrymen and women, loyalists and opponents, all peace-loving citizens of the world, I wonder what the world is coming to. I was in London reciting my lines for the begging session with G8 leaders when I heard about the bomb explosions in different parts of the city. As I write this letter, police have confirmed that at least 50 people died in those explosions and hundreds have been injured. So far, we know that at least one of the dead is a Sikaman citizen. May the souls of the dead never rest until their murderers are brought to justice and may the injured heal as soon as possible to help track down the perpetrators of the outrage.

Columnist: J. A. Fukuor/Daily Dispatch