Discussion in 'International Forum' started by MZALAMO, Jun 22, 2011.
[TD]African Leaders At The UN summit.
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When they were deliberating on energy and power, they were sleeping.
When they were deliberating on economic development, they were sleeping.
When they deliberated on food security, they were asleep.
When they fixed interest rate on debtor's (African) loans, they were asleep.
When they deliberated on conflict resolution through dialogue they were already snoring.
They only woke up to support motion for adjournment and signed the communiqué.
Of course!, they need rest, they worked tirelessly back home clamping down their opponents and critics.
They Spent the night strategising on the next move to subdue their opponents.
Back home airports were closed 2hrs before their arrival, motor-ways were blocked 1hr ahead, Armed Policemen stood guard 8hrs before arrival. Rented crowd clamored under sun to cheer them up, WHAT HAVE THEY BROUGHT HOME?
These ****** are incapable of staying awake for three hours at a meeting, and those are our leaders?!?!?!
It astonishes and boring,sometimes I feel bad being african
Fatigue leads to inefficiency. Trying to do everything by themselves. Thinking nobody else knows or can do better.
nimebaki nacheka duh!!!
This is what happens for delegates who "tasted" ulabu the previous night and then in early hours of morning they enjoyed a goal or two before heading to the conference room.
au walipigwa short kama kwenye movie ya James Bond - Roger Moore "Let Live and Let Die!!"
Sijui nani awapatieni mablanket waendelee kukoroma....!!!!!!!???????