We Don’t Need Another Merry King

Merry King

A Very Merry King

Well look, I think it is wise for any Government to promptly get rid of any Minister who can’t even manage to carry out an everyday piece of corruption effectively as the mood of the nation will not tolerate such incompetence and another Merry King. If the country can’t depend on a Minister to do one effortless and culturally natural thing effectively how can we expect that Minister to perform more complicated and less culturally natural task well like going from a banana economy to a real economy? It is true that in all real and banana economies many people in public office thief but most thief quite effectively and so effectively they never get caught or even get selected for jail because the investigating authorities are their friends. Only a Banana Minister in a Banana Country will get caught so early in one’s career so I say good riddance.

In the Minister’s defence, I think she was only trying some new, innovative and daring corrupt practices to bring a whole new way of getting family members a new Audi or BMW as well as the much sought-after commodity called an apartment in Miami before the new set of greedy board members do. At least the minister was being transparent as everybody could see what she was doing.

5 thoughts on “We Don’t Need Another Merry King

  1. You owe meh ah keyboard eh, Lol. Ah buss out laughing at “culturally natural thing” and spill ah mouthful of tea all over meh keyboard… this is the one I replaced after ‘Scene do the same ting tuh meh.

  2. Pingback: Trinidad & Tobago: The Firing of King · Global Voices

  3. GREAT REVIEW! I agree with all you said in your article, especially at the end of your article. Thank you, your post is very valuable as always. Keep up the good work! You’ve got +1 more reader of your web blog:) Isabella S.

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