Thursday, October 14, 2010

33 Nigerian miners trapped underground

This one has been doing the rounds. Not sure Ibori is quite the right reference these days but its well done nonetheless:


"Last night I dreamt that 33 Nigerian Miners were trapped underground and the govt sent a capsule down to rescue them one after the other, but the rescue had to be called off as the trapped miners could not agree amongst themselves on who goes first. Zoning was suggested but they could not agree on which zone will go first. Eventually in a struggle to all board at the same time, the capsule was :leading to the attempt being called off.

Oh dear. Sorry it was only a nightmare. In fact the real problem was that FEC awarded the capsule contract to Ibori and we are still awaiting delivery 3 mths later.  There is a probe going on to unravel this and retrieve the award sum before we get to the issue of what formula to adopt for the rescue and which miner comes out first. Meanwhile traditional rulers from the miners' towns are paying solidarity visits to the President to thank him for his efforts to rescue the miners.

And the First lady has just invited the wives of the Nigerian miners to Abuja for dinner at the Hilton to honour them! At this meeting, they will pray for the good Lord to rescue the miners. The first lady will lead prayer warriors into battle to attack the devil and enemies of Nigeria, whose wicked acts are constituting an obstacle to the rescue efforts. The first ladies from the 36 states will also be in attendance. All including the wives of the miners will wear the Goodluck for President Ankara.
CNN reported early this morning that after 10mths underground all the 33 Nigerian miners have died and the Nigerian govt has declared 7 days of mourning during which the Nigerian flag will be flown at half mast."

12 comments:

Anonymous,  10:21 am  

i see what you are driving at and i can relate to it from where i am reading it, in sweden and with ethiopian background, sad

Anonymous,  11:42 am  

hahahahhahahahhahahahahahhahahaa, chai, na wa o. Look at how chile was able to get things done meanwhile a useless country like naija would never stand a chance. (sigh) omo, na wa o.

blackgold 1:02 pm  

you know it never ceases to amaze me,how we as Nigerians don't need anyone to bring us down,we are capable of doing that all by ourself.so sad

Myne Whitman 4:00 pm  

It would have been chaos for sure. Look at the floods in Sokoto and Ogun. Goodluck is busy writing FB statuses while more people are rendered homeless...

CREATIVE WRITING NEWS 5:03 pm  

OMG! This is really funny... and sad too. What can we do to make change the lackadaisical attitudes of our leaders towards national issues? So help us God.

naija to the core,  3:01 am  

they would probably start a mini civil war down there if they were from different ethnic groups!!

Buki 9:00 am  

I read this and I felt truly sad...Our greatest weakness lies in our diversity, be it religious, tribal, social and whatever else we find to use as a weapon to segregate ourselves, meanwhile in the countries we all so love to visit or migrate to...diversity is power.

Buki 9:01 am  

I read this and I felt truly sad...Our greatest weakness lies in our diversity, be it religious, tribal, social and whatever else we find to use as a weapon to segregate ourselves, meanwhile in the countries we all so love to visit or migrate to...diversity is power.

zoe' 11:08 am  

all saved...
if it was nigeria, the story would change...lol

uche 10:04 pm  

we believe in change as the only constant variable in life, we want the best "yes",the best. but the effort we put cannot yet guaranty the best. we can do it we can make nigeria great we can have a country free from corruption, looting of public funds election rigging armdrobbry e.t.c, we are in it togather so lets work togather to end these chaose, God bless nigeria.

Anonymous,  8:55 pm  

lmho!...kai! 9ja!...*audible sigh!*....we are indeed a special breed.

Abujafoodchild 5:13 pm  

Lol, nta would have probably reported them dead...whilst they were still alive underground...listning to the news...

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