I also wish to join Kaye by reflecting on Kabutaulaka's creative story. I guess another message which could be drawn from the story would be the responsibilty that people(leaders, men, women, students, and children) must undertake by being transpirent and accountable to what we do during these hard times. The scenario given is about a family but it can be applied in all works of life. So the question is what can we do not to leave depts to each other? Leaders to their people or vice versa for example.
Till Debt do us Part
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