Thursday, 30 April 2009 12:51 PM

Compo claims for past atrocities

I quite agree with James and would like to add that if we want to dig up history and claim compensation for the atrocities of the past, we might as well claim compensation from the tribes within our own communities, and people from other Islands who kill our people during the head-hunting days. For instance, head-hunters from each of our Islands who travelled to other Islands to fight, and killed so many people. Tribal war fares within each of our Islands and Provinces that claimed so many lives. Are the lives of those killed during these past carnages not as important as those of the Kwaio people?

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