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Lord, they say, Daboo say, she can’t remember anything about money?

Dear Father:
Have you heard the latest news about our village money business? They say Daboo says she is too old to remember anything.

Aha, my son, this one da geese oo. It too heavy for my mouth sef.Oh, they say the other day the people who looking into our “missing” village money went to Daboo, to ask her what she knew about the ongoing money saga.

They say the Old Lady said she already 80 years old, so she can’t remember anything again. And in fact, she never took any document from the mansion, she left everything there, so they should go and ask the Country Giant for the papers, everything they want to know is inside.

Tell me something my son!
Oh, Father that fire! The Old Lady says, she too old to remember anything about our village money. Da one, da na gossip oh.Wait which one of the investigators she was telling that one to so?

They say da the other group the Country Giant put together and not the one from Uncle Sam’s village oo. You know the ones from Uncle Sam’s village just arrive in town so we don’t know if the Old Lady would be given some membrane pills to be able to talk to them, since they are from Uncle Sam’s village na.

But have you also heard the news concerning the ones from Uncle Sam’s village?No, my son.
Oh, but wait oo, then you are really behind time oo. I heard and they say our Paramount Chief from the Traditional Council says nobody will go before them to answer any question.

You don’t mean it!
Ah, Father da what I heard oo. They say our man was very serious in saying that. The man say nobody moh talk anything.But my son, you think the people serious to really know what happen to this money?

Father, the way things are going, I think that short man like myself and those two people from the Traditional Council who signed those letters have plenty explaining to do oo.
Who short man, you mean the former Big Man from your Village Money House?

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Yes, Father, from the way I am looking at things-the Old Lady says she can’t remember, the Chiefs are talking about bearing gee, the only people who can really tell us what went on are the two people from the Traditional Council and my short friend. Ah my name oo!

So what about the Town Criers?
Oh, I heard the Blue Uniform people have sent for one of our friends to meet with them tomorrow. But we are listening with all ears as to why they want him to go and meet with them.

But overall how are things in your village?
Aah, Father, hmmm, to tell you the truth it na easy. This money palaver na make everybody to see us as some kina common criminal so it na easy. Then our pro poor agenda working too so its na easy.

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