So Who Is Sajin Vass?
Posted on October 4th, 2014

By Sonali Samarasinghe – Courtesy The Sunday Leader This article appeared on 2006 07 02 in The Sunday Leader

A man is often judged by the company he keeps. President Mahinda Rajapaksa is no different. Already the President has come under heavy fire for his association with Ajith Nivard Cabraal, and questions have been raised regarding various business dealings of Cabraal and how it would impact on the nation’s economy given Rajapaksa’s recent appointment of him as governor, Central Bank.

Now it seems that President Rajapaksa’s blue eyed boy and his coordinating secretary to boot, Sajin de Vass Gunawardena comes with a dubious track record dotted with remand time, fraud bureau investigations, unpaid loans and unfulfilled promises.

President Rajapaksa’s style of choosing his advisors and close allies become even more pertinent given that Sajin de Vass Gunawardena was refused a place by Ranil Wickremesinghewhen the then prime minister was told that Sajin had a criminal track record. Wickremesinghe was to advice the young man to clear his name first.

It was after this that Sajin went off to Dubai to work with Trico and even there allegedly fell out with the management. However by a happy coincidence he was to meet the then Leader of the Opposition Mahinda Rajapaksa who was in Dubai on a visit and young Sajin showed him around.

Rajapaksa comfortable in the vernacular and a more simple way of life was rather enamoured of the well spoken young man who was both good in his English and rather spiffy on the computer. To Rajapaksa this made Sajin seem like an excellent catch. Why don’t you come and work for me,” the Opposition Leader invited. Sajin de Vass Gunawardena didn’t have to think twice. All his life he had wanted to get into politics. This seemed like the perfect opportunity. But more on Sajin’s re entry anon.

Meanwhile who is this young man so close to the Chief Executive?

Sajin de Vass Gunawardena, 33 years of age, is already Coordinating Secretary to President Mahendra Percy Rajapaksa and is a well spoken, charming young man. He is also a key though nebulous figure in Rajapaksa’s peace process.

In February this year at the first round of peace talks between the Tigers and the government, Sajin was to creep into the negotiation room at Chateau de Bossey in Geneva in a surrepticious manner. His name did not appear in any of the official lists.


He arrived a day later than the official delegation which consisted of such renowned names as H. L. De Silva, Gomin Dayasiri, Palitha Kohona and John Gunaratne. He was sent there as a special emissary of the President himself to oversee and spy on the proceedings and the government players. Already seniors in politics such as Jeyaraj Fernandopulle and Mangala Samaraweera were beginning to look upon him as an unsavoury upstart.

If the second round of peace talks scheduled for April had materialised no doubt Sajin would have winged his way to cooler climes again. However in June his role in the peace process became less nebulous and more potent. The LTTE while rejecting the peace talks on various grounds agreed to meet in Oslo to discuss the limited issue of the Sri Lanka Monitoring Mission, its constitution and its security.

Having hemmed and hawed over its participation, the government finally decided to send a third level team to Oslo for the talks to be held on June 8 and 9 headed by Peace Secretariat Chief and consummate diplomat Palitha Kohona. To assist him was none other than young Sajin de Vass Gunawardena, Shanaka Jayasekara of the Peace Secretariat and Attorney-at-Law, Gomin Dayasiri.


So who is Sajin? What perhaps has endeared him to President Rajapaksa and why has this young man been shot to the top like a Sirasa Superstar?

Sajin is the son of A. De Vass Gunawardena who was for a space after Chandrika Kumaratunga‘s regime took over government in 1994, the director general of the Board of Investment.

Vass Gunawardena senior was a remnant of the Premadasa era. However he continued as BOI chairman for sometime until replaced by Chandrika’s favourite, Thilan Wijesinghe.

It was during his father’s time at the BOI in 1995 that he got involved with the Grayline Group which at the time was considered controversial in their business dealings. At Grayline owned by Lal Wijeratne, as the new Project Development Manager Sajin proved a useful tool able to have easy access to the much sought after BOI due to his father’s position.

Sajin was still a young buck of 22 and was described by those who knew him then as an enthusiastic gung ho chap with a silver tongue and a smooth and slick manner. This always fooled the gullible person into helping him with money matters. And Sajin had one flaw. He couldn’t stop borrowing money and not paying back, until the police came knocking on his door. Before long, due to various issues he parted company with Grayline.


Sajin then decided in 1994 to launch into business at the Biyagama Free Trade  Zone. He set up a company called Tapes International Pvt Ltd.  Incorporated on October 11, 1994 the objectives of the company were to carry on business as manufacturers and dealers of adhesive gum tape, cellotape, silicon plated paper and aluminium coated sachets and byproducts.

In order to start the company at the time he was to obtain a loan of Rs. 2.5 million from a couple, Wimalasiri and Shirani Fernando of 14, Gregory’s Road, Colombo 7. A cheque was accordingly made out and one of the witnesses to the transaction was his father A. D. de Vass Gunawardena. After a couple of months however Sajin began to default on his interest payments and the Fernandos filed action for Rs. 3.5 million inclusive of interest in the district court of Colombo.

Shirani Fernando when contacted by this newspaper declined any further comment except to state that the case had been concluded and the chapter was closed.

That apart, the subscribers to this company  were of course Sajin de Vass Gunawardena of 4/1, First Lane Egodawatte Road, Boralesgamuwa, his brother Rohan de Vass Gunawardena also of the same address and Charini Vilakshana de Silva of 117/18, Jaya Mw; Temple Road, Kalubowila who was his first wife.

The smooth talking Sajin is currently in his third marriage and the relevance of that is only to focus on a financial issue involving the second wife.

As at the annual return date of 14/01/1997 Sajin held the majority shares in the company while CF Venture Fund Ltd. was the only other major shareholder.

CF Venture Fund was the finance management company that Sajin approached to finance his FTZ venture. One Hiniduma Liyanage Lakpriya Manoharan Nanayakkara was on the board of CFVF and to the powers that be at CFVF Sajin looked like a personable young man who could get things done. And so they backed his venture for approximately Rs. 2-3 million.

At the time 40% of the funding was provided by CFVF. Approximately 20%  by the NDB through equity injection and the rest of the funds was provided by Sajin himself.

Siphoning funds

It was not soon after that it was discovered that he was siphoning funds from Tapes International Company account to a private bank account. He was in fact drawing out money and issuing certificates on board resolutions even though the Board had never met or resolved any such money transactions.

On June 21, 1996 Sajin was to bring in his father Abeydeera De Vass Gunawardena as a director. At the same time he was also to bring in his uncle, Nandana Abeysuriya who was last month killed in a claymore attack at Wilpattu .

Be that as it may, it was now discovered by the board that Sajin had allegedly claimed he had paid a sum of approximately Rs. 5 million to a construction contractor, Sarath De Costa.

By this time one of Sajin’s close friends, Manoharan Nanayakkara had taken majority control of the company. But Sajin and Manoharan were to fall out – with Sajin in fact even walking into Manoharan’s room at CF Venture Fund and abusing him.

Manoharan Nanayakkara was to resign as a director of Tapes on October 29, 1996.

In January 1997 Manoharan more famously known as Mano Nanayakkara was to sell his shares in the company. It was a Korean company called Young An Lanka Pvt. Ltd. of Export Processing Zone Malwana, Biyagama in the exclusive business of making caps that bought these shares. Thus on February 5, 1997 Choon Jo Kim, Sang Heon Lee and Hyn Jun Lee of this company were appointed as directors of Tapes.

It was on the very same day that Charini Vilakshini De Silva, daughter of former SSP Carlyle Silva resigned. Charini was of course Sajin’s first wife.

Subsequently the Korean company was also to become suspicious about the financial activities of Sajin de Vass Gunawardena. They immediately prepared to bring in lawyers from the United States and to retain other legal luminaries from Sri Lanka to look after their interests at Tapes.

It was at this time that one Sharma of Indian origin was brought in to pump money to the ailing Tapes International Pvt. Ltd. Sharma was in fact introduced to Sajin through his uncle Gamini Abeysuriya who in turn was introduced to Sharma by Dubsy Kanagaratnam of George Steuart fame.

Somewhere in 1999/2000 relations began to sour between Sharma and Sajin. On a complaint made by Sharma the Fraud Bureau filed a case against Sajin in the Maligakanda Magistrate’s Court. Sajin was then remanded for a period of 10 days in the Mahara remand prison. However his father again had to rescue the young alleged habitual fraudster and pull some strings in order to place him at the Mahara prison hospital instead.

Standing bail for him in the case were his uncles, the late Nanda Abeysuriya, and Gamini Abeyusirya, formerly director marketing at Singer Sri Lanka. Later Sajin’s father sold his house in Wijerama Mawatha, Gangodawila to settle Sharma and thus the case was settled. Sajin’s father then moved to a residence in Battaramulla.

Account wiped out

The lawyer who appeared for Sajin in the case was Lakshman Ranasinghe.

There is now also a debt recovery action filed against Gunawardena by  HNB over Tapes International and the case is now pending in the Colombo Civil court.

Nonetheless it was not long after the Sharma affair that Sajin left for Dubai to work with Trico.

If this were all it would yet be sufficient. However the list of Sajin’s transgressions goes on and on. It was his first wife Charini’s father, former Senior Superintendent of Police, Carlyle de Silva that was now the victim of this smooth talking man. Sajin it is alleged had wanted Rs. 600,000 to get him out of another familiar financial crisis. Being a kind and trusting father-in-law, Carlyle was to give his son-in-law at the time, Sajin, a blank cheque. Sajin allegedly quickly wrote down the enhanced sum of Rs. 2 million and by this wiped out the bank account of Carlyle Silva.  Carlyle, a long time friend of President Rajapakse’s brother Chamal, himself a former police officer in despair wrote to him detailing the facts of the matter and Sajin’s subterfuge.

Sale of car

And then of course there was the other little matter of the car. It was somewhere in early 1996 that his business ally at the time, Mano Nanayakkara who was then married to Lakmali Nanayakkara of Ernst & Young, was successfully sold a car by Sajin that did not belong to him.

In 1996  Mano Nanayakkara was still dealing with Sajin in connection with Tapes International and was perhaps still a tad impressed by the smart smooth talking young man. So when in February or March 1996 Sajin drove in with an almost new black Mitsubishi Lancer and made a sales pitch the couple decided to purchase the car. The car had done some ridiculously low mileage of 2000 miles. The couple felt that a new car would go at about Rs. 950,000 and was happy to pay Rs. 850,000 for it. Sajin in fact even issued a receipt for the payment received.

It was then that the excreta hit the fan. One day as the old driver employed by Nanayakkara was driving in to United Motors he was stopped and told that the car he was driving was infact theirs. Sajin had apparently leased the car from United Motors and with no ownership title had sold the car to a third party. He was also overdue in rental payments and had defaulted for about four months.

United Motors now made a complaint to the police and very soon uniformed police personnel visited the Nanayakkara house in Talahena and requested them to report to the Mulleriyawa police station.

Sources close to Mano Nanayakkara who now reside in Brisbane,  Australia told this newspaper that it was then that Mano had confronted Sajin and asked him to return the Rs. 850,000 and return the car to United Motors or face a jail term given the fact he had a reciept for the sale, and  the matter was sorted out accordingly.

Endless list

But as we said the list does not stop. Now he gets entangled with a foreign national, Pauline Edwina Williams, holder of British Passport Number 022542371. Somewhere in September 2002 she was residing in room 242 at the Trans Asia Hotel. Williams was distraught. She was the proprietor of a pleasure yacht ‘Croft Original’ which was at the time lying at the yard at Colombo Engineering Enterprises in Colombo.

She had entrusted the repairs of this yacht to one Frank Wilfred Perera of No. 6, 7th Avenue, Alexandria Estate Jaela. She had remitted to the account of Wilfred Perera the sum of Sterling Pounds 9500 for the said repair to account number 8810002051 at the Commercial Bank at Jaela on April 24, 2002.

Wilfred Perera meanwhile had passed away on June 10, 2002 without being able to effect any repairs and Williams now proceeded to intervene in the testamentary proceedings 324/T for the recovery of this amount.

The late Wilfred Perera of course was interestingly connected. Sajin having divorced Charini De Silva married for the second time Wilfred Perera’s daughter, Dilrukshi, an airline stewardess. Pauline Edwina Williams also alleged that she had sent in October 2000 another sum of US$ 11,000 to Perera also for repairs but no repairs were done.

But Pauline had another grouse. It was obvious that Sajin was now getting involved in yacht repairs. Perhaps it was one reason why his father requested the top post at Sri Lanka Ports Authority during Ranil Wickremesinghe’s premiership. A post that was denied him.

Be that as it may, Pauline Edwina Williams in her complaint to the Fraud Bureau stated that Sajin De Vass Gunawardena accepted a sum of US$ 8,000 for the repair of her yacht but no repairs were affected by him. As Williams was leaving the country she effected a Special Power of Attorney through K. P. Law Associates of 218 Hulfstdorp Street, Colombo 12 on September 27, 2002 appointing an associate to act as her attorney. He was empowered through the special power of attorney to  appear before the Colombo Fraud Investigation Bureau or any other police station in respect of the complaint made against Sajin.

In fact the Fraud Bureau through Inspector Pillai (now ASP) obtained an arrest warrant and informed the person holding the power of attorney they were looking to arrest Sajin. The Fraud Bureau thereafter went to the Jaela residence at Alexandria Estate only to be told Sajin was working at Trico. At Trico the Fraud Bureau was told Sajin had left to work in their Dubai office.

Not long after Sajin was to be divorced from Wilfred’s daughter.

So it is this very disturbed and habitually fraudulent young man who had already been rejected by Ranil Wickremesinghe for his dubious track record who was now taken in by Rajapakse, desperate perhaps for English speaking personable young persons to flash up his act.

Maga Neguma

Anyway having invited the young man to work for him Rajapaksa winged his way back having been shown around Dubai by Sajin. When Sajin returned in 2003 he was to work for Rajapaksa. Immediately after the general election victory of the UPFA in 2004 and Rajapakse ascended the Prime Ministership and the Highways Ministry, Sajin was appointed General Manager of the Maga Neguma project. Later however he was accused of making over payments to a company run by one of his uncles who stood bail for him in the Sharma case and he was moved out from this position as consultant to the the Palaly runway and KKS breakwater rehabilitation projects.

Sajin was in fact so influential with the then Prime Minister Rajapaksa he would sit on invitation at board meetings of the Maga Neguma Road Construction Equipment Co. Ltd. even though he was not a form 48 bona fide director.

But if he was invaluable for whatever reason when Rajapaksa was prime minister and leader of the opposition he became even more useful during the presidential campaign last year.


Sajin booked in his name and on behalf of the Rajapaksa camp 25 rooms at the five star Cinnamon Grand Hotel to promote the Mahinda Chinthana campaign. The massive bills run up by those using the rooms were however paid regularly with Sajin coming over to the hotel personally and settling the bills. Sajin himself occupied one of the rooms.

However things became a little more sticky after Rajapaksa’s victory in November 2005. Almost all those who were occupying the rooms vacated them but there was an outstanding bill of well over Rs. 2 million. To the consternation of the hotel this bill was not settled.

However the Cinnamon Grand now resorted to ‘hostage’ taking in sheer desperation. Fortunately for them one single remnant of the Rajapaksa campaign camp remained. That was none other than Dayan Jayatilleka, who is a presidential advisor.

Lo and behold when Jayatilleka having possibly had enough of hotel life attempted to check out he was told that the hotel could not let him leave unless the outstanding bill is paid in full.

Apologising profusely, the hotel told him ‘we are very sorry but you are the only insurance we have to get our money back.’

Jayatilleka shot back, don’t ask me, ask Sajin about this. He is supposed to make the payments.”

So Dayan stayed on as insurance while the hotel tried to contact Sajin who was not available for a couple of days. Nonetheless when the hotel finally reached him Sajin immediately told them, I will have the cash for you in half an hour. And as he promised, the cash of approximately over Rs. 2.5 million was paid and Jayatilleke released from ‘hotel’ arrest.

Question is how did Sajin have the money in half an hour? Has he declared these monies to income tax? Worse still is he collecting these from public funds with or without the knowledge of the President?

In the final analysis does a man with such a track record deserve to hold public office? As Coordinating Secretary to the Head of State at that? In President Rajapaksa’s book, we guess he does.

Sajin unavailable for comment

The Sunday Leader tried several times to reach Sajin’s office and get through to him on his mobile phone but could not do so. We thus left a message with a lady staffer in his office at the Presidential Secretariat and stated we were writing an article and would like to speak to him urgently in that regard.

We also verified with her Sajin’s email address and sent him a list of questions which we hope he would answer for publication in next week’s issue of The Sunday Leader.

*This article appeared on 2006 07 02 in The Sunday Leader

17 Responses to “So Who Is Sajin Vass?”

  1. aloy Says:

    How many government servants are doing private work. Isn’t it allowed for medical doctors and university professionals?. The civil servants play out millions by inflating contracts. They must have overlooked the roles he played when appointing Dr.Nonis. It appears many spin doctors at play now, perhaps with public expense. He has done his part for the country. May be it is time for him to go with honour.

  2. Lorenzo Says:


    That is the point.

    He is NO DIFFERENT to the rotten others. It is NOT about his medical practice. It is about his businesses.

    SL expats made this issue within months he was appointed. He OVERDID it too.

    Danuna Thilakaratne bought weapons, etc. while his father in law was the army commander. I see no difference. MR’s relative Jaliya is doing the same thing Macwoods Nonis does at a MUCH LOWER SCALE. I’m utterly DISGUSTED the way he got Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith to do his dirty work. Totally unprofessional by BOTH.

    Shavendra Silva, Bandula Jayasekara, Ravinatha Ariyasinghe, Prasad Kariyawasam are a CLASS ABOVE Nonis.

    Even TNA Dayan J didn’t use his position for OWN business.

  3. aloy Says:

    If cardinal is the one who got Sajin out from the entourage to met the pope, as a Sri Lankan and as a catholic I applaud his action. Prez could have got Sajin to apologize to him the way he wanted before the meeting and the matter would have ended there. If not we would look like a bunch of criminals in the eyes of the world.
    What ever we say, UK is an important location and over 50 of her former colonies are voluntarily with that country in the commonwealth. That makes us to appoint the best person available for the HC’s post and I believe GOSL did well to put him there. Any businessman would want to have his business empire to go on after his stint as HC and Dr. Nonis would have wished the same. I have seen how he defended our country on a BBC program. I think that sort of thing is the best he could do for us. The lady must have been jealous of his LEVEL and his access to high places in the UK.
    I think those two also should go.

  4. douglas Says:

    We know what Dr. Nonis’s predecessor did when she was the HC. Why was she removed from there and placed in Geneva? Who wanted her out? We also know what she and her husband did in Geneva. The real estate work done in Geneva etc. are all disgusting. Also we know how she got rid of Palitha Kohana and also how she is now going after him to get into his shoes. In all that this Sajin is the “Master Crook”. This space is not enough to detail out such manipulations.

    As far as Dr. Nonis’s work in UK is concerned, we know he had a good start and his “networking” extended beyond any doubt to establish our dignity that was tarnished. We also know how and why the so called Tamil Diaspora got terribly disturbed and very surreptitiously started a campaign to discredit him and his activities. We also know how some Tamil Diaspora members appearing in Sinhala names posting comments through CT discrediting him and his activities. Now the campaign against him is directed at his religious affiliations and that also well crafted and many fall for it. I salute Cardinal Ranjith for timely action taken in Vatican to keep these “bastards” out of the sight of his Holy Father.

    In the end “plot” hatched earned its desired and directed results. The “Winners” are taken to Vatican to receive their “sacrament”. We never learn.

  5. Christie Says:

    ‘”A man is often judged by the company he keeps” I thought writer is gong to talk about the Sunday Leader and its leader.

  6. Lorenzo Says:

    My comments are deleted!

    They are all based on FACTS.

    Nonis violated the government code (GEC XXX) that a diplomat cannot engage in business!!

    So much about media freedom!!

    Soon I will also be banned or killed.

  7. Naram Says:

    None cannot defend the evil nature coming out of this.

    Many readers attest what a fine high commissioner HE Dr Nonis has been for Sri Lanka in building the right image we deserve as a country that defeated terrorism and now striving to build a truly plural society.

    Many tales about the character of the man Sajin so far have brought out a venally corrupt character. In a country with a tradition of many layabouts seeking to make their fortune in business, politics, journalism or law would see his record as unexceptional. Most politicians would place their faith in such men, over middle class professionals; rise and rise of RP is no exception and he too had his entourage. After all, there are many De Saram Mawathas in Sri Lanka commemorating the first suspect of a coup in many cities.

    But surprisingly Sajin had not been identified as one prone to commit physical violence. I like to know whether partners of his marriages or failed business ventures brought out such a tendency in their submissions at courts in the past which would have alerted the President of the potential risk. No doubt a lawyer appearing for him would project him acting as a noble lord rescuing a dame in distress, among a group of drunkards.

  8. Marco Says:

    Register of Interest.
    I will be very surprised if Dr Nonis did not declare at the time of his appointment as HC that he was a major shareholder and corporate Director (Chairman) of Mackwoods Group and i think he has Directorship in another Company which I forget. The fact that he remained as Chairman of Mackwoods whilst also HC in UK leads me to believe that EAM& the President was aware of his Corporate Interest. No one can begrudge him in promoting his Company whilst serving as HC as long as there is no conflict of Interest nor that he was curtailed in performing his duties as HC.
    I know in Sri Lanka you have to declare your Interest in other Corporate bodies when you accept directorships whether it is in an Executive or non Executive capacity. I did when i accepted for 2 Private and one Public Company non Executive Directorships. One had to refrain from voting or discussing matters that may have a conflict of interest.
    Likewise i would have expected the Civil Service and Diplomatic Corp to have a similar process and procedure. Would it not also be wonderful if our Ministers and MPs also adhere to such practice? No such luck in Sri Lanka.

    It’s lame for people to say Nonis was only looking after Mackwoods interest and neglecting HC duties.
    Sri Lankans in London must be aware of Mr Seneviratne (husband of Shenuka) interest in UK Real Estate broking to Sri Lankans and African Safari business to name a few.

    Dr Nonis has done a great job in the UK but he has now drunk from the “Poison Chalice”

  9. Vis8 Says:

    A lot of kelam (slander) and venom displayed by the author, hence one should take this only as a one-sided view of Vaas. As Christie has said, Samarasing would be better off talking about the Sunday Leader and its leader: and she’d know the best.

  10. douglas Says:

    Marco: Has Mr. Dhammika Perera one of the richest in the country and holding so many stakes in business organizations not declared his interests in the private sector while being the Secretary of Ministry of Transport? He is also one among a “few” who holds Casino Permits and active in that business too.

    What is there to talk about “Establishment Code” when the highest civil servant viz. the Secretary to the Ministry of Finance & Treasury is a person who has been found guilty of “malpractices and fined Rs. 200,000.00 and above all debarred from any “Public Office”. Then how about the “Media Guru” of the Ministry of Defense who was also “fined by courts” for fraud and now serving in the foreign mission in Australia. Wasn’t the Defense Secretary aware of this man’s credentials when he took over his position in that Ministry? How about the man who came to Geneva as a member of the delegation and lost his passport and return air tickets under mysterious circumstances. now appointed to the Foreign Mission in Australia. There are so many and did that “Establishment Code” some are shouting about speak a word. That “CODE” is dead. But some “jolly well knowing” these facts try to promote these hoodlums to take over reigns of the Government. They who promote these characters are doing the greatest disservice to the country.

  11. Lorenzo Says:

    To reiterate, that is the point.

    That is the point.

    He is NO DIFFERENT to the rotten others. It is NOT about his medical practice. It is about his businesses.

    We cannot bring Danuna, Jaliya, Dhammila and whitewash wrongdoing. In some countries there is an OPEN declaration that says,

    Customary breach of law is NOT an excuse to violate it.

    Patriotic SL expats made this issue within months he was appointed. He OVERDID it too. Were they Tamils? NO! ALL of them Sinhala Buddhists.

    Danuna Thilakaratne bought weapons, etc. while his father in law was the army commander. I see no difference. MR’s relative Jaliya is doing the same thing Macwoods Nonis does at a MUCH LOWER SCALE. I’m utterly DISGUSTED the way he got Cardinal Malcolm Ranjith to do his dirty work. Totally unprofessional by BOTH.

    Shavendra Silva, Bandula Jayasekara, Ravinatha Ariyasinghe, Prasad Kariyawasam are a CLASS ABOVE Nonis.

    Even TNA Dayan J didn’t use his position for OWN business.

  12. Lorenzo Says:


    There are 4 sides to this. We ONLY discuss 2 sides here. That way we cannot come to a complete understanding.

    1. Bad side of Vaas
    2. Good side of Vaas
    3. Bad side of Nonis
    4. Good side of Nonis

    Good side of Vaas and Bad side of Nonis are not discussed.

  13. Nanda Says:

    Your “facts” are also labelled as LTTE “lies”.
    My comment are deleted too.

    In defence of Nonis, he did not campaign and got that job. He came with certain conditions. He may have had ulterior motives we never know. But the bottom line is he did not bring discredit to Sri Lanka unlike Gonseka who was ready to be USA’s puppet.

    We have been distracted by this stupid incident.
    Critical action required now is how to get rid of 13A, Pallath Sabha together with mervyns, dumindas and sajins and the UNPeeiers.

    Are we to discusss,
    1. good side of ruinNil
    2.bad side of RuinNil ?

  14. Lorenzo Says:


    My good friend complained that I’m LTTE because I’m TAMIL!

    The SL Catholic Mafia is VERY POWERFUL in SL and abroad. They are above the law. Pope visiting SL for THAIPONGAL 2016, they are even more powerful now.

    I’m not saying this. Shenali, Ratanapala, Mahinda Weerasekara, Mettananda, etc. have made this point very clear.

    I agree this is a DISTRACTION when more dangerous issues are there like 13 amendment, Tamil Elam, Jihadistan, etc.

  15. SA Kumar Says:

    My good friend complained that I’m LTTE because I’m TAMIL!
    Lorenzo like to rename Sri lanka to Sinhala Bhuttish Lanka ! can you believe he is not from VP & CO ?
    I know appey Sinhala sakotharayas are modayas but still I do not think so They believe our Thambi Lorenzo.

  16. Nanda Says:

    “The SL Catholic Mafia is VERY POWERFUL in SL and abroad”

    – Malcon Ranjit has proven he is more powerful than MR. Foolish MR has fallen to his trap. HE could have gone alone.

    By the way whose money are they using for these travels ?
    Asking Nonis to come to Vatican, Why Nonis went to NEwyork ?

    This bugger is eating away peoples money and he is convinced he is doing the right thing.

  17. SA Kumar Says:

    This bugger is eating away peoples money ? you mean People rep of Chinese money ?
    free money why you worry who eat ??? do not jelous….

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