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Ras toons of 2013: Part OnePublish Date: Dec 28, 2013
Ras toons of 2013: Part One
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It has been such an eventful year, you will agree. A lot has happened here and there. Drama here, drama there. Scandals here, conflicts there.

If you sat down and drowned your mind into a reflective mood of the events that have littered 2013, you sure will end up laughing at some of them. And that's exactly what New Vision cartoonist Ras always set out to do this year. To impress a smile on your face...even on the worst of days!

In this five-day series of his work of 2013, we present you Part One of such drama. But we have left the cartoons caption-less, just to challenge your memory a bit.

Remember these highlights?










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