Written by Jaggedone
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Tuesday, 7 August 2012

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MP's in this place were quite envious of their Kenyan colleagues with their new $3000 dollar seats!

Kenya's new, refurbished parliament and the MP's that sit in there have been rewarded for their outstanding, dedicated work to mankind with new chairs worth $3000 dollars, per bum! The chairs are actually worth more than the average Kenyan coffee picker earns in three years, albeit, their marathon runners earn much more.

The chairs were made in the local, luxury prison; 20 men in a cell, no toilets or showers just a bucket + hose pipe shared by a hundred prisoners and high-streey charity shops are financing the whole thing, although they don't know anything about it!

The MP's who control much of the charity money that flows into Kenyan banks put in a claim for a "worthwhile cause" because their old chairs were wearing thin causing several discomforts around the rear end and this was obviously distracting their attention from more important matters, i.E. Arguing about their extortionate wage claims!

So without letting the charity shops know about their dilemma, the MP's ordered the chairs to be made at the prison, thus showing their charitable side by giving the bored prisoners at least something to do, albeit without pay. The workers who made the very expensive chairs received an extra portion of stale rice (without maggots) and were promised at least a hose-down once a week for the rest of their incarceration period.

The chairs are now in place and the last we heard was that the Kenyan MP's feel much more comfortable since their fat, corrupt arses were given some very charitable relief!

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