Tuesday, August 23, 2011

SA Fail In Bid To Host Gaddafi

South Africa has failed in its bid to host Libyan dictator, Muammar Gaddafi, yesterday, when it was discovered he[Gaddafi] preferred to go into hiding somewhere else.The South African public has reacted with bitter disappointment to the announcement, as the South African bid had been widely tipped to succeed.

President of South Africa, Jacob Zuma, said shortly after,"Of course the disappointment we're experiencing today is massive, we were confident that our bid was the best from all bidding countries, obviously Gadaffi had a view that was a different from ours. However, we wish to convey our best wishes to the winning nation."

Analysts say the major drawback in South Africa's bid was the high crime rate and poor transport facilities within the country. Another major point of contention for Mr. Gadaffi would have been the lack of opportunity to take over South Africa and rule without serious opposition for 40+ years.

President Zuma does not appear disillusioned by the bid failure, and President Zuma is reported to have said,"We remain confident in our ability as a country to provide a safe haven for despot dictators and we are in fact planning a bid for Syrian president, Bashar Al-Assad, once he becomes available."

Waseem -Allegedly- Dawood