A pole is a useful thing. It does carry nuff thing; some does carry current, some does carry flag and some does fly flag.
Dem boys complain yesterday how cable people and GT&T using GPL poles fuh nutten. GT&T get vex and put out a statement in which dem seh that fuh years de company been in pole exchange wid GPL.
Brassington is de chairman of de Board of Directors that controls GPL. In short he is de chief pole controller. He got to decide wheh de pole must go, when it must go, how it must go, how often it must go, and who it must go to.
He also decide pun de length and size of de pole. According to de statement, GT&T satisfy wid all dem GPL pole. As de new GT&T chairman seh, GPL pole more long and strong than GT&T pole.
That is why whenever pole fall down it does be a big, big story. Nobody don’t want own it; dem does go by night and prop it up, quietly.
Dem boys ain’t got a problem wid that, because GPL and GT&T does use one another pole. In short dem does pole each other. How often? Dem boys don’t know. Wha dem know is that Brassington belly always up in de air, so dem assume is plenty polling does pass.
But dem boys got a big problem wid dem cable operator and Brassington. Dem don’t know how de pole sharing, but de cable operators gaining.
Brassington tekking pole from GPL and giving dem cable operator for free. Dem girls got a big question fuh Brassington. Dem want Brassington to tell dem wheh dem can get de length and strength pole from.
Is de same Brassington did give away de US$15.4 million Amaila road contract to Fip, a man who never even build a pavement. He go way wid couple million US dollars.
But de Creatah don’t sleep and he never does forget. Fip deh in jail wid he blue jumpsuit and Brassington and de others, including Jagdeo, Babbie and de rest of de Bees should tek note.
Talk half and don’t play wid pole.
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