De place dry and since people mek a mistake and throw a cigarette butt in de grass is problems. In fact, if dem only create a spark is problems.
Well fuh couple days now grass burning at de back of de Gardens and people can’t see. People coughing and some claim how dem can’t sleep when de night come, because dem seeing fire all around.
But is a bigger problem. De government claim how dem got to conserve water because water just drying up. De same conservancy that had too much water that de government had to flood out people in Mahaica dry like a bone.
But wuss than that is de water fuh people drink. That drying up fast and de government planning to cut off supplies. Dem already issue a warning telling people not to wash dem car. Next week de government gun announce that people can’t wash clothes.
De next thing is that people can’t flush toilet more than once a day and if dem boys think that bad, wait till de government tell people that dem can’t bathe.
Of course dem have people who gun celebrate because dem have a war wid water but such a decision gun really pose a problem. Dem boys seh that already dem have people who does smell strange. Imagine wha gun happen.
Dem boys seh that Guyanese like rice and people got to boil rice. That call fuh water.
Dem boys start drinking just like how a camel does drink and store water. But when people drink too much is time fuh let it out and that is going to be a problem.
If toilet home can’t flush then it gun have to be de road corner. Rough days coming. Talk half. Lef half.
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