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Blogstown Primary School of West Berbice has declared itself a minister-free zone at a simple ceremony held yesterday. Ministers will no longer be able to use the school for their own self-promotion and to deflect attention from personal improprieties.
Health Minister Dr Lamsammy conceded that many of his colleagues and himself were indeed a plague upon the Guyanese nation and he would push for legislation to have themselves banned.
He was then chased out of the room by a horde of pupils brandishing sharpened rulers.
PAHO head, Dr Hannelore Gunda applauded the move by the school saying WHO statistics showed that over 10 million people worldwide died every year from the incompetence of politicians this includes 3 million who expire from utter boredom induced by long-winded policy speeches.
The practice of being picked up for photo shoots by politicians desperate to be re-elected, made 1M children violently sick in 1999.
Dr Gunda said far too much time was spent preparing for ministers’ visits and writing signs which say ‘Welcome, Dr Jeffrey’ and then listening to them drone on about BEAMS, SSRP, SSEE, CXC and GCE when they could be hitting the books. Her comments were met with wild cheers but she too was chased out of the schoolyard when in a snap vote, students decided to make the school an NGO-free zone also.
Wednesday Ramblings is behind this programme as part of its new Non Non Governmental Organisation called Facilitating Unusual Chaos. Students are encouraged to search out ministers and throw big cream pies in their faces or run up and cut ribbons moments before the minister is about to. They will also be required to write essays on such topics as ‘Politicians and why they suck big time” and “How I made Minister Crawh cry on my summer holiday.”
Last man standing
Press release July 12 2010
Attention: Fisherman Vijay Singh of Roden Rust, East Bank Essequibo is officially the only person left in Guyana who has never served on a committee.
Please report to the nearest induction branch office for your immediate placement on the planning commission for the establishment of a steering panel focussing on the formation of a roundtable conference on the facilitation of ethical decision making in the formation of a seminar to investigate procedural mechanisms in developmental frameworking.
Question of the week
Is 50 years of general elections really a cause for celebration?