A piece of time was prisoners use to climb pun de roof fuh protest. And every time dem go pun de roof de whole of Georgetown use to come out fuh witness de spectacle. De prisoners use to protest fuh get an early trial.
Now public servants protesting because dem want money to buy food. A man climb pun de roof of de Palms and threaten to jump. He tell people that he frustrated because de Bees walk way wid all de money to pay he a proper increase.
He seh that de extra money that dem keep giving GPC could pay a 20 per cent increase but then again, greedy people din’t care wha happen to anybody else. Dem boys seh that this is only one man but things got a way of spreading. Couple people already deh protesting pun de road but things gun meet de stage wheh all of de greedy ones gun glad fuh climb pun a roof.
When de police come dem walk wid some mattress that couldn’t even tek off de shock of a man jumping from a height. De Bees gun be li’l more lucky. Dem gun put Brazzy fuh lie down pun de ground suh when dem jump he gun break de fall.
De man who climb pun de roof had to tek a drink because of de frustration but he smart. He mek de Principal Personnel Officer promise fuh give he anything he want. It got to be that de Principal Personnel Officer is Jagdeo family because he can do wha he want wid de Treasury.
It gun be a good thing if de PPO give because as dem boys know, Jagdeo does tek. How else he get such a big pension and he fighting fuh he five per cent which gun turn out to be some poor people month salary and more.
Talk half and watch how many people gun climb pun de roof before Christmas.
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