hello guys,how u doin? ki rol?yes i no, end of year parties r everywhere.Just like the number of people on the streets.
yesterday i was in port louis at around 15hrs and i could nt believe my eyes. sa kantité dimoune ki lor simé la, unbelievable. place pa ti ena pou marsé. needless to mention ze INNOCENT sun that was hangin there only to provide sunlight to leaves to perform photosynthesis.Elders have said that” soleil leve pou tou dimoune, ou pa kapav bar soleil ou kamarad”. Mai sa kalité soleil la grand, non merci.
Walk from la gar victoria till bazaar and you ll no wat am talkin abt. sans oublier ban pick pocket, marsan ambulant and all the vehicles moving around.
some days back i noticed police officers chasing ze hawkers. il y avait même des ” guard bâton”. but now, all of a sudden, they have the green light. is it so because our prime minister is abroad for his annual “medical check up”?
it is also sad to note the number of dead on our streets this year :around 120 till now. i personally think thatles autorités and their campaigns are not a la hauteur. Saying ” stop l’alcool au volant” is not enough. In my opinion tackling ze issue by putting in emotions would have yield better results. Say by showing pictures of children who are orphans today because their parents have been killed in accidents and by including heart shattering temoignages. unfortunately this is not the case. ze persons earning fat income derived from PUBLIC funds to discourage l’alcool au volant and reduce accidents have only this to say:” stop l’alcool au volant.”
Well i hope u ll b careful on the roads. merry xmas and happy new year to you all.