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They donÔÇÖt call them soldiers for nothing


by Chris-Paul
Metro

so eventually the boys in camouflage or ‘Everyone’s Child’ as they would like to be called have found a way to evade the loan sharks. Word on the street is that these guys who are paid to defend the sovereignty of the nation patronise watering holes a day before their cheque slips in at midnight. Don’t think these guys are alcoholics, the reason behind their bar patronage is to wipe out their bank accounts at 12 midnight so that by the next morning when the loan sharks go to the bank to claim dues owed to them, the boys will say we have not been paid yet. It’s heads up to the boys coz at least now they`ve got the loan sharks to think hard too. Maybe, next time the loan sharks will have to visit the barrack bosses to get their moola back, lol.