British citizens, including diplomats at British High Commission in Freetown have yesterday expressed appreciation for ďthe fine jobĒ Awareness Times is undertaking with respect to our recent coverage of the negative attitude of the so-called ĎPresidential Spokesmaní Mr. Sheka Tarawalie.
The British have also expressed complete amusement with the attitude of Tarawalie, whom they describe as ďa clownĒ following his recent publication that British are a bunch of hypocritical cowards who should be treated as scumbags. Meanwhile, sources at British High Commission strongly deny praise attributed to them by Tarawalie in his private newspaper yesterday.
They state that they are closely watching to see what will happen to the Presidential Press Secretary now that it is public knowledge that he has published such derogatory stuff against noble taxpayers of Britain.
Shekito, the Freaking Clown at Sierra Leone's Presidential Offices
ďFrankly, I wish I could really openly speak out and state my feelings about that misfit at State House but for diplomatic reasons I cannot be on record with what I really feel about that character and his ignoble attacks on us British citizens,Ē said a very senior diplomat at the British High Commission yesterday as he referenced Tarawalie as ďthe most ill-suited of all Presidential appointments since President Koroma came into officeĒ.
Hardworking British taxpayers who provide the bulk of Sierra Leoneís international donor funding, are not amused at the offensive description of them as published by Sheka Tarawalie over the Internet but they are definitely bemused that ďa clownĒ like Sheka Tarawalie was still in office after such a revelation and even attempting to claim non-existent praises for himself from British Diplomats.
ďCor Blimey! What cheek! After he roundly insults us as scumbags, he says we praised him? The man is simply a freaking clown. I am sure that no one at our High Commission praised him and no one there will. Let him name the diplomat who spoke to him and we will have that person carpeted for dignifying such human trash in conversation,Ē Thomas Nick Ashley, a British citizen wrote in from London by email.
Awareness Times has meanwhile been made to understand that some British citizens are now preparing to vigorously engage British Parliamentary Select Committee on Foreign Affairs, the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office & British Department for International Development to express serious concern over the retention of the British-insulting publishing Sheka Tarawalie as Sierra Leone Presidentís ĎSpokesmaní.
ďWe can expect such insults from Zimbabwe but not from Sierra Leone,Ē Anna Taylor, a British citizen told this writer in a telephone conversation.
Thoughts of a retired British diplomat will also soon get to be published here.
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