I am a common man and I am contesting in the elections

Published: April 8, 2013

My degrees are original, my taxes are paid, my assets have been declared, I have paid all government dues. PHOTO: JIBRAN NASIR

My name is Mohammad Jibran Nasir. I am 26-years-old and a lawyer by profession having completed my LLB followed by an LLM. I finished my studies in 2010 and upon my return to Pakistan after my two year stay in the UK, I started my first philanthropic venture, “Pehla Qadam (first step).

Pehla Qadam was a flood relief camp I set up in Karachi with another friend to generate Rs100, 000 in a month so that the same may be donated towards relief efforts. At the end of that month we had collected funds and donations in kind worth over Rs10 million.

We had reached out to 4, 500 flood affected families in 10 different cities of Pakistan with one week’s worth of food supplies. That two-member camp turned into an organisation of 200 willing and dedicated volunteers. Out of the Rs10 million we collected, 99% was donated by individuals as opposed to corporate entities.

That month was my first introduction to the will of the common man, the ordinary citizen of Pakistan.

The experience not only gave me the confidence in the youth of this nation but also burdened my shoulders with the responsibility of continuing my efforts in whatever capacity possible for the social welfare of my countrymen.

I felt that burden because I realised that this country had given me everything – my birth in a decent hospital, my polio drops, my school education, my college education, my friends, my job, experience, exposure, my love for food, my love for cricket, roads to drive on, parks to walk in, malls to shop at, a language to speak, an anthem to sing and an identity to own.

All these amenities and facilities were made possible because of the will, hard work and investment of my fellow countrymen in this country.

But what had I given it in return? And why hadn’t I given anything in return?

If I was telling myself that the reason I mind my own business is because I cannot bring any positive change in society, then my experience with the flood camp had proved me wrong.

Since then I have been involved with various charities as a volunteer or have as an individual contributed towards relief work. I, with my very limited means but the support of my generous friends and fellow citizens of Karachi, have managed to sponsor surgeries, child care, school books and bags for the underprivileged. I have volunteered at protests against ethnic and sectarian violence.

I was recently actively involved in the relief work for the Abbas Town blast victims through the “Abbas Town Humanitarian Response”.

The reason I am sharing these experiences is not to blow my own trumpet but to inform the reader that I, by the grace of God, was exposed to these various environments to develop the perspective I have today.

The perspective that all I have been doing so far has been damage control. It has been a remedial relief and that is all that one can possibly do as an individual or a private organisation.

We need to change our mindset, our laws, our policies and our education curriculum to develop a new positive thinking for the Pakistan of tomorrow. I want the generation after mine to grow up in a relatively mature, civilised, tolerant and peaceful Pakistan, and this change will come from the top.

If our lawmakers and legislators can pass a law which increases their benefits as MPAs/MNAs and makes those benefits available to them life-long then I am pretty sure that they with a five-year term can also develop, amend and reform laws which would benefit the Pakistan at large.

Our politics is only as dirty as our politicians. Our parliament is only as ineffective and corrupt as our parliamentarians. The resources, powers and tools the office of a parliamentarian has are immense and sacred. Unfortunately our parliamentarians do not realise its true worth.

If the hunger, poverty, injustice, illiteracy and the tyranny in my country cannot change the mind of the parliament for the better, then it is better that we change the parliamentarians.

My degrees are original, my taxes are paid, my assets have been declared, I have paid all government dues, I have no unpaid loans from any bank, I don’t have any criminal conviction, I am also not roaming around on bail and I do not have a dual nationality.

I have filed my nomination papers from NA-250 and PS-113 as an independent candidate. I am a middle class man who has lived all his life till date in a rented accommodation. My father is currently out of employment with limited savings. I know the fear of not knowing how I will be paying my bills a few months from now.

My personal total savings were Rs25,000 which I have put in my election fund. In the quest to see how far a common man can go to take ownership of the problems of his country, I have already risked my job and given the intolerance in our politics. I, in the words of my parents and friends, am risking my life. I, with the support and criticism of my friends and the readers, have decided to overcome my fears.

My question to you is that if I as a common man can risk it all to contest elections and endeavour to bring change through the electoral and democratic process, why cannot you risk a day and come out on election day and vote, regardless whoever you may wish to vote for?

To the youth, this is your country. It is about time you start taking interest and start being a stakeholder.

Your ignorance is worse than any drone, any terrorist attack and any corruption. Pakistan Zindabad!

PHOTOS: JIBRAN NASIR

Read more by Jibran here or follow him on Twitter @MJibranNasir

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Jibran Nasir

A lawyer, activist and an independent politician. In 2013, he was listed by the Foreign Policy Magazine amongst three Pakistanis doing inspirational work against sectarian violence. He blogs at theindusripple.blogspot.com and tweets @MJibranNasir (twitter.com/MJibranNasir)

The views expressed by the writer and the reader comments do not necessarily reflect the views and policies of The Express Tribune.

  • Mohammad bin Qasim

    Wish u best of luck. Recommend

  • Yousaf

    Brilliant.. Best of luck.Recommend

  • Saad

    Brilliant, good luck ! We need more people like you.Recommend

  • Maryam

    Best of Luck! Godspeed !Recommend

  • Umer Iqbal

    JAI HO!!Recommend

  • Ali

    I read so many blogs and being regular reader for many years to be honest I am living abroad I never found any hope in our deserted and destroyed country by its politicians. Failing and falling apart this is what I all read and heard with no solution but loads of problems. Your this article has changed my views and perceptions about our glorious Pakistan. I can see they ray of hope and excellence. Your words have power and courage for many who love this country. It’s the time to change the destiny of our motherland and I must say your exceptional. My support and help would be there for you if I could do the funding for you it would be an honour for me I will feel previliged. Very best of Luck. My email is alig7@ hotmail.co.uk.Recommend

  • Usman Shami

    Best of luck!Recommend

  • http://www.jinnah.pk Faraz

    I would surely voted you if were in my area. All the best and we need such passion to built Pakistan.Recommend

  • Hassan

    This is by far, the best blog/article I have read in many, many years. May Allah be with you. Ameen.Recommend

  • Sameera

    Best of LuckRecommend

  • Usama

    You are inspiration brother keep the good work coming Recommend

  • http://theindusripple.blogspot.com Mohammad Jibran Nasir

    Thank you for the support and wishes everyone. Please follow my campaign by subscribing to http://www.facebook.com/MohammadJibranNasir as I intend to document my journey through regular blog post and share first hand experience of running a campaign with the readers.

    You can also contact me at mjnasir@hotmail.co.uk Recommend

  • Op

    Surely youth should come out and vote…this is the time to change Recommend

  • H

    Dude, you did your LLM from UK, stayed there for two years. That costs millions! Please define common man! Ridiculous! Recommend

  • Parvez

    Decidedly one of the best blogs I have read so far………………you make me feel ‘ small ‘.
    There are two types of people, those who lead and those who follow, you Sir are a born leader and one who does, as opposed to one who only talks……….I know you will go far and I wish you well.
    It is people like you who are capable of ‘ hitting the ball out of the park ‘ and not those sitting 6 thousand miles away mouthing feel good slogans. Recommend

  • http://syedaabidabokhari.wordpress.com The Only Normal Person Here.

    You are risking life? Seriously? What are the odds of you winning?Recommend

  • Sameera

    @Parvez:
    Well said!Recommend

  • GhostRider

    I am proud to have you as my friend….Jibran go get themRecommend

  • Fatima

    Bravo! And to all the chronic skeptics, actions speak much, much louder than random comments and words. Recommend

  • http://theindusripple.blogspot.com Mohammad Jibran Nasir

    H, my education abroad was not funded by one man i.e. my father but with support of my uncles, documentary proof of which has been submitted with the Election Commission during the course of scrutiny.

    However, I do acknowledge that the vast majority of this country is at ends to manage funds from even distant relatives to study abroad. But I believe anyone who does not have and exerts any significant social, political, monetary influence by virtue of his lineage is a common man. Recommend

  • Qasim

    Although I have no doubt that people like you should join politics in order to revamp the whole political setup in our country, please dont associate yourself amongst the middle class. Two years in the UK costs at least GBP 12,000/- (at least GBP 500/month for a student) for living only, let alone the tuition cost of your LLM (which I remember is for a year only) which is at least the same amount (GBP 12,000/-).

    And doesn’t NA-250 come under the Defence/Clifton (read: PRIME) area of Karachi?

    Having said that, I am proud of you for what you have done and I would have definitely voted for you if Dr. Arif Alvi from PTI would not have been contesting from the same seat.

    Good luck bro, you will do great in life. Recommend

  • H

    Best of Luck !! I would surely vote for u if u r in my constituency.Recommend

  • GhostRider

    @H:
    By common man he means a person with no political heritage, no huge land holdings and no industrial units what so ever. Now coming to your question of getting education in UK and still being a common man, well many working class families pay for their children to study abroad by spending their life savings. Having a foreign degree doesnt make someone filthy rich. Since I know the man personally, I can verify every word of what he has written.Recommend

  • A Peshawary

    While do you want to enter the dirty politics and become dirty parliamentarian; Is one not enough I mean Imran Khan. Like you he was doing very well rather more than excellent with health and education; He has entered the dirty game he might change it, but the realities are very different. As a young-man you have already embarked on the right path with great success. My suggestion continue with it and don’t spoil it.

    A Peshawary. Recommend

  • Another Peshawary

    @A Peshawary bhai jan I intend to do the same as Jibran. I’m only waiting for my degree completion. Today Jibran came out, tomorrow many more like him. Someone once said if you don’t like a rule, reach the top and change it. If people like us overpower all corrupt politicians, we can make politics clean. Stop discouraging people by scaring them. Recommend

  • S

    What about taxes on your income as a teacher? Recommend

  • Nadeem M

    I wish you best of Luck. I hope your focus will be on solving the common man problems after winning in the polls. May God Almighty’s help be with you. Recommend

  • Akhtar Hussain

    Really a heart touching and my best read from Express Tribune Blogs…May God help u in winning this election.AmeenRecommend

  • SheeshaDude

    All the best to you bro .. Its people like you that give us faith and hope that we as a nation are not dead … however, I believe and this is just a suggestion from someone who have lived 7 years abroad and have traveled almost the entire world. If you want to change the system, u have to understand it .. just giving up your job and ‘risk it all’ will not make an impressionable difference. I suggest you consider joining PTI, and with PTI’s platform, I am sure you will go miles. You are up against Arif Alvi, Naimatullah Khan … people who want change and who want to see the country progress. Its just a suggestion, your passion and youth could be put to excellent use for the country.

    All the best for your upcoming elections and my prayers are with you. Recommend

  • Dr. Bari Awan

    Need people like you in Govebment. Best of luck. You have my vote.Recommend

  • Taher

    @The Only Normal Person Here.:
    I believe he is risking his life as he is going to stand against MQM, ANP, and JI.Recommend

  • Sajid

    Before I pledge my vote to any aspiring politician, I would like to know a bit about what he intends to do once elected. Do shed some light on that.Recommend

  • Karachitte

    NA-250 candidates:
    Faisal Sabzwari – MQM
    Naimatullah Khan – JI
    Arif Alvi/Najeeb Haroon – PTI

    Jibran is yet another clean candidate working towards change however, he will only end up wasting the votes of the pro-change parties
    Politics is not just about being honest and capable. The on-ground situation reflects the opportunities and limitations and need to be seriously considered!Recommend

  • Interesting

    Dear Mr. Mohammed Jibran Nasir. Working in Abbas town area, you may have encountered them and seen their services with your own eyes, as I have seen too. I can guarantee they will accept and help you with open arms. Good luck! Recommend

  • Sane

    My degrees are original, my taxes are paid, my assets have been declared, I have paid all government dues, I have no unpaid loans from any bank, I don’t have any criminal conviction, I am also not roaming around on bail and I do not have a dual nationality.

    You can become one only if you are otherwise to what you state as your ‘fitness’ to contest election.Recommend

  • Sane

    @Op:

    Surely youth should come out and vote…this is the time to change

    Do you think police and other sundry govt. employees and all those who have tasted ‘blood’ shall change?! What to talk about upper hierarchy. We shall live in this JUNGLE.Recommend

  • Sane

    My degrees are original, my taxes are paid, my assets have been declared, I have paid all government dues, I have no unpaid loans from any bank, I don’t have any criminal conviction, I am also not roaming around on bail and I do not have a dual nationality.

    Amazing that still you think you are fit for MNA/MPA slot?!!!! You can become one only if you are otherwise to what you state as your ‘fitness’ to contest election.Recommend

  • Sane

    In a system where Amin Fahim, Pervez Musharraf, Aslam Madhiana and many of these ilk having chit to contest election, do make a hope of change?Recommend

  • Karachitte

    @ET:
    Why did you edit my previous comment?
    Because I mentioned MQM’s 10 year rule as being unproductive?
    You guys are scared of MQM and your ‘free media’ policy comes to a standstill when we are discussing the reality of MQM because your office is in Karachi and you are scared??

    (Please do not edit or block this comment)Recommend

  • sars

    Best of luck and may you be blessed for having the guts to at least attempt to change the status quo.Recommend

  • Shoaib Faruqi

    I do not know who you are or what your agenda really is. But if, God willing, your efforts are genuine, I want to tell you that there is no force strong enough to shatter your conviction or stand in your way of success. Now that you have come out on the path for betterment, you must show no mercy and stick to your resolve, come what may. Go out there and get what you’re worth because if your intention is pure, God will give you the strength to overcome any hurdle, big or small, that comes your way.
    By just filing nomination you proved that you are willing to be the change that you want to see in Pakistan, I couldn’t do it and I know of several millions who couldn’t do it either, you my friend, are way ahead of us.

    I wish you all the best. Godspeed. Pakistan Zindabad.Recommend

  • http://theindusripple.blogspot.com Mohammad Jibran Nasir

    @Sajid: Please look up my campaign page http://www.facebook.com/MohammadJibranNasir . the same has my manifesto and will have all updates regarding the campaign. Thank you everyone else for your wishes.Recommend

  • http://www.artofdecorblog.com Sarah

    Nobody takes into account the things you’ve enlisted that our country has given us…though we owe our country much more than that. Keep up the spirit and all the best to you. One always has to take a “pehla qadam” to bring the change.Recommend

  • Saad Walley

    Goodluck Jibran!Recommend

  • someone

    Best Of luck from across the border.Recommend

  • Kassim

    Amazing man! Create a facebook page or send us the link if its already done so we can spread the word too. Good luck and we are proud of people like you.Recommend

  • Tamoor Rindh

    Keep it up ….Recommend

  • http://elucidations.org Abu Bakr

    You are an inspiration. Fortune favors the brave. Best wishes to you.Recommend

  • http://theindusripple.blogspot.com Mohammad Jibran Nasir
  • http://www.reikimaster.com.pk M Akram Khan

    The change has to be brought about by human beings; courageous Pakistanis. Keep it up but keep your colors. Don’t be discolored by the muck of politics.Recommend

  • FN

    @H:
    He is a common man. He has no affiliations with any organization. There is no return on your foreign education within Pakistan. Money isn’t the ONLY definition.

    He is risking A LOT. Maybe he won’t win. But He’s trying, unlike YOU and ME. It’s the journey that matters. I’m sure this is an inspiration for ANY Pakistani.

    Appreciate such stuff.Recommend

  • Parvez

    @Sameera: Thank you.
    Recommend

  • MAD

    Very moving. Wish you all the best.Recommend

  • Sher khan

    Comman man’s vote to comman man, that’s how it should be :)

    Good luck sir.Recommend

  • Good luck, Chuck.

    Good luck man. And well written too.Recommend

  • Lola

    So proud of your hard work and effort! May you prosper on your journey to bring about a change for the betterment of the nation. We need more people like you who are willing to give up everything for their country. My prayers, along with everyone else’s are with you.Recommend

  • Really long for serious change

    Jibran, I along with all my friends, colleagues, family and my entire circle support you for the better cause and wish you all the good luck. Pls know ths parties such as ppp, mqm have really been very pathetic and dis-honest to their fullest. I urge you as a friend, younger brother, please do not betray us or our vote. We want you to support us the same way as we promise to support you during this voting phase.
    Good-luck my friend. Go win it.Recommend

  • http://hqtips.com/ Muhammad Umer

    I hope he wont be bad after he get powerRecommend

  • Latif

    Jibran,
    You are what I wish I was….fight the good fight. Show people who you are!Recommend

  • http://solvebits.com shahab

    Best of luck friend. You are an inspiration for the youth of our country. I wanted to follow you on twitter but unfortunately twitter is blocked in my office. May Allah be with you.Recommend

  • tman

    “I felt that burden because I realised that this country had given me everything – my birth in a decent hospital, my polio drops, my school education, my college education, my friends, my job, experience, exposure, my love for food, my love for cricket, roads to drive on, parks to walk in, malls to shop at, a language to speak, an anthem to sing and an identity to own”

    I think that it is Allah who gave you these things .. not a geographical area called Pakistan Recommend

  • http://gmail.com serene

    i felt that burden because I realised that this country had given me everything – my birth in a decent hospital, my polio drops, my school education, my college education, my friends, my job, experience, exposure, my love for food, my love for cricket, roads to drive on, parks to walk in, malls to shop at, a language to speak, an anthem to sing and an identity to own.

    m jux loving these lines….best of luck :)Recommend

  • A Peshawary

    @Another Peshawary:
    I Sincerely wish Jibran best of luck in his new venture.
    A PeshawaryRecommend

  • afza siddiqui

    way to go jibran.may ALLAH bless u for all your good intentions .u have given a very positive message .votes are going to matter the most and we should make sure to vote for deserving candidates. its said that luck favours the brave and u definitely have taken a brave step forward.Recommend

  • umer

    Good luck, it takes a lot of courage to do this.. NA 250 !!! interestng constituency ! My vote for Dr Arif Alvi (PTI).Recommend

  • Areeba

    Dear Jibran,
    You donot need to tell your good do’s and done’s to attract people, we shall vote for those who we feel is right for the nation, so do without saying because “ACTIONS SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS” :)
    Best of luck :)Recommend

  • Golden horde

    God bless u and. Hope u win.Recommend

  • Advice

    My advice to you would be to step-down as a candidate and instead support the candidate of PTI in your constituency. If you think clearly, it would be a great contribution towards achieving all your goals. This is what we really need at this point in time.

    Good Luck !Recommend

  • Imad Uddin

    Really Impressive- ur ambition and positivity n ur self promotion..lol. I would really wish to meet u after elections. Right now just need to request u, tht in case u lose dont give up nor form an overgeneralised negative perception of people of Pakistan. Altho ppl lyk u dont give up still there is a point in a persons lyf where he breaks….specially if u exert extensive effort for this election.
    Things u told were ur nationwide contribution, and ur influence in d area might be very limited. U r too young, u will need to dig all ur life to create suffecient inluence in a place u want to contest…there is hardly any shortcut,other than licking the toes of established politicians and joining their party.
    So if u coincidentally chose to strctly stick to the rght path, u should not expect to be a succesful politician unless u r 50. Chasing an unrealistic taget and running behind a fast movind train can only leave u tired and frustated. Preserve ur positivity and ambition to use them in most effective ways.
    Trust me the most dangerous thing is ur frnds n family who demotivate u coz they love u….coz ppl lk u can only b weakened or broken from d inside.
    Best of luck if ur intentions r true!Recommend

  • Sakina

    Good luck man, best wishes! Recommend

  • Saad Hasan

    @H: He didn’t say he was a common man but was in contact with the common people of Pakistan. I know so many people who have sacrificed their savings in Pakistan so that their kids can get the best education possible. It is really disrespectful to generalize someone’s mindset just because of their education, and in all honesty it shows a certain type of crassness that is not befitting of anyone.Recommend

  • ali

    I’m delighted to know how far you can go Mr. I believe you’re ready for what is coming your way which being a pakistani may not be always cheerful, and that living in karachi, expressing your political views against extremely corrupted, convicted and fortified parties which of course have done nothing except for amplifying the differences of caste and creed in order to accomplish great masses is like inviting a fatality, being a realist and once karachitii.
    BUT, it’s the need of time else we’re doomed.Recommend

  • http://bigsaf.newsvine.com bigsaf

    Best of luck. Glad someone of your intellect and integrity is standing up. I am a little worried for your safety considering the intolerant and militant climate, though I hope you escape notice in this regards as an independent and not an issue in your locality.

    Also, hopefully there will be no ridiculous religious nationalist inquisition by discriminatory dogmatic ideologues who are handling nominations looking to disqualify those with different views, like they did against Ayaz Amir, though this may again not be an issue in your locality.

    Just a suggestion to add on your manifesto…perhaps some stronger direct mention on economic issues such as industry/private enterprise (fair access to funds and land, incentives, etc) and/or employment/workers’ rights (work programs and incentives) to strengthen your platform that ties in on your earlier good points of development. Recommend

  • Sadaf

    I’ve seen you at work Jibran and am sure of your conviction. For the first time I’m seeing hope in Pakistani politics. I’m a typical Pakistani in wanting things to change but never having the courage to make a move upfront. I’m not interested in your success or failure in this election. The mere fact that one of us regular people ( I’m replacing the much objected common man) with a decent working background is standing against this bizzare chaos ,not relenting to the common fears of the poor common man is evidence enough of a silver lining. Yes I would like to call you that ” the silver lining of Pakistani politics”. May you be safe and stay the same as you are. AlwaysRecommend

  • Raiya

    Way to Go!!! May Allah be with you!!!Recommend

  • Deendayal M.Lulla

    The most unfortunate man on this earth is the common man. He gets expoloited by all the privileged sections of the society like the politicians,the police,the lawyers,judges,builders,and doctors among others. This is true all over the world. His “privileges” are travelling in public transport like sardines; bear with the ever-increasing inflation; be a victim of judicial corruption/judicial excesses,and act as crowd for rallies of political parties,and other groups. If a common man hits a public servant on duty,he can be arrested,but there is no law which protects a common man from getting assaulted by a public servant. To enforce your rights is a time and money consuming affair. You have to bear everything,in silence,and what you get in return is a wretched existence. I always think that without common man,what these privileged sections of the society will do – judges and lawyers cannot exist without litigants; doctors cannot survive without patients;and so on. Imagine a situation when these privileged sections of the society fight among themselves to decide who is the common man among them – good idea for a writer to write a novel.Recommend

  • Ali T.

    Would have definitely voted for you had you been from my constituency. I wish you the best of luck. However don’t leave all the good work you do if you are not able to win a political seat. Recommend

  • Nwaq

    Quiet heart warming,may Allah be with u at every step.Recommend

  • BH

    For all those criticizing, try having even half of this guy’s guts and maybe then we can talk. To those who think he is wasting time, well here is one man who can genuinely say he fought for the well-being of his country! Thats more than any of us can ever say for ourselves. He may have little chance but hes trying. how many of us have ever done that?Recommend

  • http://blogs.tribune.com.pk/story/16810/i-am-a-common-man-and-i-am-contesting-in-the-elections/ Khayambeg

    i am feeling so much proud after reading ur article.. inshallah together we all will make a better pakistan.. best 0f luck,,God bless u Recommend

  • Anonnymous888

    how can we belive whatever you are stating is the truth?
    Produce your degrees… put a picture of you LLM certificate on your facebook page…..

    How can someone with such tight finances afford to study in the UK?

    Your effot is just going to waste a couple of hundred votes to the max, that can well be casted to new contestants like Arif Alvi (PTI) who have a better chance and platform to bring changeRecommend

  • Convinced

    I finally know who to vote for! NA-250 is where I’ll be casting my vote and I hope the others around there will also vote for u! Good Luck in achieving your goals as they truly are the dreams of many…Recommend

  • http://www.facebook.com/mohammadjibrannasir Mohammad Jibran Nasir

    @Anonnymous888: my education abroad was not funded by one man i.e. my father but with support of my uncles, documentary proof of which has been submitted with the Election Commission during the course of scrutiny.
    However, I do acknowledge that the vast majority of this country is at ends to manage funds from even distant relatives to study abroad. But I believe anyone who does not have and exerts any significant social, political, monetary influence by virtue of his lineage is a common man.

    Attested photocopies of my degrees, payslips of my uncle and father along with an undertaking are all submitted with the ECP. You can get the records from there.

    Again, it is saddening to see that supporters of a Party like PTI which speaks of change are asking people to withdraw from their democratic right of contesting elections.

    To all those supporting much obliged and most grateful. please follow the campaign at http://www.facebook.com/mohammadjibrannasirRecommend

  • Salaar shahid

    You wrote what is in many Pakistanis’ heart but are afraid to say it. Please if its possible write it in urdu and publish it in the actual newspaper.Recommend

  • Qudsia

    @Ali:
    I second that. Not sure what the outcome will be this time around…I read NA 250 didn’t get a chance to vote just yet and will happen in a week…in any case, this should be taken as a chance to prepare for next elections inshallah, doing more good works meanwhile.Recommend

  • Qudsia

    @The Only Normal Person Here.:
    A reasonable question…but where would humanity be if everyone lived such a calculated life? We need a a few crazy people to help us out of impossible messes. Recommend

  • Sarah B.

    I was sold at

    ” My degrees are original, my taxes are paid, my assets have been declared, I have paid all government dues, I have no unpaid loans from any bank, I don’t have any criminal conviction, I am also not roaming around on bail and I do not have a dual nationality. “Recommend