Politics played out in Goilala is so cheap, when the monetary value gets aligned with it, it appears so worthless and values less than a few lamp flaps boxes and a cartoon of beer.
If you want to participate in Goilala politics, you don’t have to be a tycoon of sorts to do so.
All you will need is a talent to con, and get to know a few key “leaders” who are normally referred to as “chiefs” in Goilala and a bag full of K2 notes. In total these K2 notes should add up.to K10,000.00.
And bingo! You are MP elect for Goilala people.
I say Goilala politics is cheap because most of the candidates we choose to contest any national election does either of the following or all.of.it.
1. His house is open to all
2. His vehicle is for all
3. His pay is for all (if he works)
4. His wife is fat and for all too
5. His children’s welfare is not critical.to him
6. He attend to any party with cash.(how he get this cash, that’s his problem.
7. He helps sends a dead body home.
8. He does not have to be a highly educated professional with a vast amount of experience in both private and public sectors of employment.
9. He is the walking, talking ATM.
By been too greedy and selfish we concentrate too much on our own personal gains and personal satisfaction that we forget the bigger picture which is Goilala.
Just because my house is for all does not mean when i get to parliament I will solve all the problems in Goilala.
Just because I helped sent your dead relative home does not qualify me as a person to lead.
There are areas we need to take into account when choosing and deciding on who we should choose as our parliamentary leader.
It is high time now folks for us to be brutally honest with ourselves because we are the architect of our own destiny.
Screw it up now and our faith is sealed.