There is an old saying that de best defence is to attack. Luncheon know that good because yesterday he cuss down some of de private media.
Everything he cuss de media about dem boys hold up a paper which he sign that contradict he own tongue.
De fuss thing he seh is that de cable nah cost US$40 million, how it cost less than US$5 million.
Dem boys want fuh know if this thing really cost less than US$5 million how come people send in quotation fuh fix de damage on this US$5 million cable for as high as US$30 million.
That is like when Uncle Adam build a house fuh $5 million and get quotation of $30 million fuh fix de damage.
Is who Luncheon think he talking to? Maybe he had in mind de $69 million NIS building and de $46 million courthouse.
De next thing he do is disown he own signature. De agreement he sign wid de contractor, Dax, give de man part ownership of de project. It also allows him to do wha he want wid it.
Yesterday, he tell dem boys that Dax bringing in some Venezuelan investor. Dem couldn’t help but remember that fat crook right away. He did tell de nation how two Chinee investor did come to put next to nutten and own de Marriott.
Luncheon also sign that Dax own part of de cable, too, and that he can do whatever he want wid it.
This is like Luncheon house in which he give Dax a bedroom wid a bed and tell him that he can do whatever he want inside and wid who he want.
Dem boys seh that if Luncheon ain’t look out Dax gun do wha he want wid he too. Is plenty more Luncheon give away in de cable deal that will tek pages fuh dem boys to explain.
Talk half and please tek you time and read de full bedroom deal between Luncheon and Dax.
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