Monday, August 16, 2010

Scrambled Eggs, Scrambled Signals and Rejected Calls

While the police binge on scrambled eggs with their pay rise, armed robbers have ‘sexed up’ with ‘NASA’ equipment which scramble phone signals within one-hundred-metre radii, so victims cannot ‘SOS’. MTN fixates on sponging up each Ghanaian communication Dollar and Rand, and randomly retires the call signals at night, so all our calls are rejected. Where does that leave us? Between a rock, a hard place and a gunpowder store. To the credit of the police, even though their rapid-reaction teams are arriving about ten minutes too late, at our untraceable homes, at least they are arriving.


  1. Wow, did such a high-tech robbery actually take place, Nana?

  2. Kwame Mensa-Bonsu17 August, 2010

    Those are, at least,security-related guys. Untraceable houses...i thought there was a serious effort to number houses and regularise addresses some years ago. Or did it as usual fall by the wayside? As for MTN, where is the Regulatory Body? In MTN's pockets? Rapid Reaction...late...hmmmm!


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