INSPECTOR GENERAL OF POLICE
RE : TEARGAS USE BY POLICE
As a law abiding citizen, I congratulate you sir, on behalf of the entire police force, for the good work theyre doing of maintaining law and order.
Against the backdrop of that sincere compliment however and that which forms the basis of this letter is the inconsiderate use of class-unfriendly teargas which affects law abiding citizens like us who are keen on the countrys economic growth and have no business with uneconomical demonstrations.
While we appreciate the use of teargas in dispersing protestors, I would be quite hypocritical to encourage its use. Myself, as some of my clients are quite allergic to the smell of teargas. Long after it has been lobed in town, my executive meetings turn to teary sneezing competitions which I always emerge the winner.
I have discovered however that I like the smell of fresh roses after my latest girlfriend made it a rule that I buy her roses daily and to arrive at a neutral ground, it would be of great relief if you took into account the diversity in tastes and preference while placing your order for teargas.
In my Westlands office and its environs, we wouldnt mind teargas roses, vanilla or strawberry flavors from England or Canada and Im very sure most of the students around University way wouldnt mind teargas pilipili and teargas ndim flavor from china or Uganda, irrespective of their low class, crude chemical composition and even health dangers.
Thank you as you positively consider these sound recommendations from one of the very few luos who doesn’t take part in political demonstrations but is concerned about the welfare of our people.
Loyal and Upright citizen
By Bruno Cornelious
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