Touching display of humility by Adams
GERRY Adams was noble about not winning the Nobel Prize.
The international media has arrived in Dublin ahead of the referendum vote tomorrow.
A journalist from Norway asked Grizzly if he was disappointed not to have won the Nobel prize, given that John Hume and David Trimble took the accolade.
And he was also pressed on whether he had ambitions to become Taoiseach.
"I am not at all concerned about office and awards," he replied humbly.