Wha is play fuh li’l boy is dead fuh crappo. Dem got problems in Linden. People dead. Before Gee Nah mek peace it decide fuh pour gasoline pun fire. And is Kwame who decide to do that.
Is now dem boys know why de opposition cut de vote and mek nuff of dem ain’t get pay till now. One of dem see a photo wha somebody send by phone of how de Linmine Secretariat bun down. De people decide that was de PPP headquarters. It had to be that de Linmine Secretariat was de PPP headquarters.
People see de thing and dem decide that dem gun bun down Congress Place. Another man decide that he gun bun down Freedom House. And Khemraj and Moses sit back and laugh. Kwame smile because he know wha he do. He did expect promotion to assistant president because right now he does tell people that he is Lunch Man boss.
Is a good thing people know that de PPP building didn’t burn; that de fire service out de fire. But Sam was vex. He didn’t worry bout de people who dead in Linden; he worried because some missionaries get stall up at de bridge and couldn’t get to de interior.
Now since when dem missionaries more important than de people. De same Sam and Bar Rat did expel a whole heap of missionaries from de country. Nobody didn’t get vex.
But dem boys remember was linden wheh some problem did start and bruck up de country years ago. Was Linden that kick Corbin hard in de elections before and is Linden that kick Donald this time. That is why dem boys seh that we got to treat Linden nice.
Any problem does put de brothers against one another and none of dem can live without one another. Everybody see it when dem had dem disturbance.
Talk half and don’t tek lead up from Kwame.
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