A corrupt president, his corrupt subordinate, a proud family, a scorned son, and the madness that entangles their lives during a revolution.
Part 1 - The priest's monotone drone was becoming unbearable. Johari, now uncomfortable on the pew, started trembling, his morning dose long. . .
Part 2 - For Johari, Wednesday could not have come any sooner. He savoured public events, especially the ones that involved public holidays. . .
Part 3 - Johari and Nea froze, rooted in their seats, unbelievable scenes happening right in front of them. The dignitaries. . .