Tuesday, January 19, 2021

A song from Singapore’s death row

Singer Santesh Kumar and former top anti-graft buster Latheefa Koya join hands in a new song written by Malaysian on death row in Singapore, Pannir Selvam, as part of a campaign by his family members to highlight his plight and other prisoners.

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