The UN today confirmed that it will be sending a peace delegation to counter unrest in the Egyptian capital Cairo.
Although tensions are running extremely high in the country due to the civil uprising aimed at removing the current unpopular President Mubarack from power, UN delegates are positive that this is not a job for a man, but for a mouse. And a Rastafarian mouse at that.
Speaking from his African home, Nelson Mandela made the following statement:
"We at the UN have taken an unprecedented step of choosing one of our newest diplomats to tackle the current troubles in Egypt. We chose Rasta Mouse for his religious neutrality and his skill at solving disputes before they escalate"
We managed to catch up with the crime fighting mouse on his way to the local record shop in Kingstown Jamaica, and he was more than happy to speak to us. He said:
"Alright den. Me jus'popin out ta'da record shop ta'get me sum rough rough tunes. I gets a message, and me gonna get me Easy Crew over der. It's bad, and not in a good way eeva. Me and the crew get tingly, real hot blood when the brothers and sisters getting all about it. But you just chill Yasser. Its gonna be wicked. We gonna take the skate boards and show we is da coolest rodents"
Reports suggest the delegation will arrive tomorrow by FedEx. But some experts in Egypt believe the move is a waste of time. One said:
"We have an ancient saying in Egypt: A camel can't ride a skateboard in the sand, no matter how many legs it has. We will wait and see."