Lifetime supply of bacon being sold online

An unlimited supply of bacon is being advertised by a user on Gumtree and although they claim it is free, there appears to be a catch.
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An advert posted on the website Gumtree by someone based in Hampshire, south east England, is offering a lucky meat fan the chance to get their hands on the mouth-watering treat for free.

The advert reads: “I have a lifetime supply of bacon, I’m desperate to get rid because I need to shed a few piggies.”

However there appears to be a catch as it goes on to say: “I know it says it’s free however I would like something in return ;) (The wink gives it away) (sic)”

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  1. When a junior police officer is transferred and the first thing you see them do is sprinting to the law courts or into the arms of kavulundi to stop the transfer, it becomes clearly apparent that there is something seriously lacking within the structures of the police.

    1. Qwani i agree with you in this manner…security is about command and control; which is based on “chain of command” in lay man’s terms ONLY one source of orders /instructions / command and albsoluty no politics. Security is about never questioning your commander. Every time you do that, people lose lives. If our security institutions can get back in line on the above, we will begin to move towards security.

  2. Remember the scramble for and partition of Africa? colonization? At the heart of this was the enormous natural resource heritage. What ails Kenya security- the epicetral problem- is what ails security in Nigeria, South Sudan, Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Libya, Eqypt etc. The west are still scrambling for these countries’ resources. They use all and any means to destabilize countries, plant puppet leaderships which allow for resources to be taken out. If any leadership resists this, splinter groups are sponsored to destabilize these countries.Talk of Boko Haram, Al Shabab, ISL etc.The added advantage is the sale of arms to these groups. If sectarianism can be introduced in the equation so be it. So you hear terms like jihadists, fundamentalists, militants, separatists, radicalists, Mombasa republican. All these mean the same in Western terms. Did you ever wonder who arms these groups? Kenya has oil( a lot of it) gas,titanium,coal, soda, limestone. The west want it. The east want it too. Kenya has smiled to the east. The west will use any volatile means to achieve their aim. The west always act drama- sacrifice their good for a greater good. I need not elaborate. What are the possible emotive/eruptive issues in Kenya and South Sudan? Religious differences. Tribes. Land. Use these to distabilise the country then pretend to call for coalitions to govern with their ‘moles’ strategically placed to actualize their aims. I admire the west. They still colonize Africa through ‘Black’ colonists. Who enjoys oil in Nigeria? Kenyans should never be allowed to butcher themselves based on religions or tribes. They will have helped the west a great deal. I laughed today. It is no longer a ‘secret’ who is sponsoring ISL in Syria and Iraq. It is not Saudia or Qatar. At least all ‘blind’ people can now see for themselves. Kenya security is a challenge to all of us Kenyans. It is not the presidents making. Nor is it Raila’s. It is the west. Uhuru and Raila can only be pawns on the chessboard at best. Like Salva Kirr and Machar. Stay united Kenyans. Our enemy is the thief from the west.

    1. Rashid Mbulika, i share your sentiments and would also add that we need to revise and re-write the history we teach our young generations. The history we were taught and all the education we have received was designed to favour the interests of those who plunder our resources and then turn back and ask the world why Africa is disease and poverty infested. I personally want us to use this revelation to turn things around and not teach our young people to blame and be “cry babies” because this will make us remain where that opposing force wants us to be. The history of China may not be too exciting but a deeper study of the Chinese history is useful.The modern history of the so called “eastern tigers” is also useful. The philosophy of the said areas is quite refereshing.
      to move forward economically, etc we must shift the paradigm

  3. All is not lost. The losely hanging parts of the constitution such as the provincial administration issues, etc can be quickly fixed by the law makers so that we get back to a position of strong command and control. Those who seem to see rights only as for them must learn that rights are two way i.e “yours” and “mine”

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