The Sulu side of the story


Sulu Sultanate claimant Muedzul-Lail Tan Kiram (raised hand)

A self-styled sultan attempts to clear his name and explain the role of his people in Sabah.

LAST week, I received a polite “royal” rebuke from one of the claimants to the Sulu throne.

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Opinion , Philip Golingai , columnist

   

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