Prime Minister’s son offers reward for missing cat

Prime Minister Mahinda Rajapaksa’s son Rohitha Rajapaksa has offered a reward for his missing cat.

In a message posted on Facebook, Rohitha Rajapaksa said that his cat had gone missing.

He said the cat was last seen in the Beddagana area.

“Missing cat , please if you all see her, send me a message – last seen in baddagana area , finders will be rewarded,” Rohitha Rajapaksa said on the Facebook post.

The Prime Minister’s son also posted an image of the white cat on Facebook. (Colombo Gazette)

5 COMMENTS

  1. Average people do not have enough food to eat three meals a day, but some people worry about their cat. It shows that the people in power is out of touch. This is why I believe that revolution is the only solution. People must ask an important question, does the country have wise leaders? Anything else is secondary, including political system. If the country has corrupt and foolish leaders, nothing will work. You can try democracy, military rule or communism but nothing will work if the foundation is based on corruption and stupidity.

  2. Jomo Kenyata, father of Kenya said, “When the white man came to our country, we had the Land and they had the Bible. They gave us the Bible and taught us how to pray with our eyes closed. At last when we opened our eyes, we had the Bible in our hands, and they had our lands.” Our situation will change only when the 69 million open the eyes and realize that they were taken for a ride, singing the Glory of Race and Religion, while others were dancing.

    • Well, there were some positive aspects. Sri Lankan’s learnt to charge an entry fee into their temples to teach the virtues of poverty.

  3. This could be such a good forum for public debate, if people shed their inhibitions about their writing skills and simply shared their opinions. And the rest of us did our part by eschewing the Ad hominem (don’t get personal) and replying respectfully.

    It would also provide a forum for sharing what is really happening in the country. Because you certainly won’t “hear” it from the media.

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