The two ex-detainees

The two ex-detainees

After it was reported on Tuesday that men in Eritrea have been asked by the government to marry more than one wife or risk being jailed for life, the two ex-Gitmo convicts in Ghana have pleaded with President John Dramani Mahama to relocate them to Eritrea.

In a petition sent to the office of the President, Mahmud Umar Muhammad Bin Atef and Khalid Muhammad stated that they love participating in humanitarian works so if the government of Eritrea is in need of men who can do a specific kind of work, they are more than willing to assist.

According to the two ex-detainees of Yemeni origin, Eritrea is a great country with pretty ladies who do not get men to ‘service’ them. This, they say, is very depressing on the part of the women. Being freelance ex-convicts, Mahmud Umar and Khalid have therefore decided to plead with Prez Mahama to relocate them to Eritrea in order to comfort the nice Eritrean ladies before depression and loneliness kill them.

The two further stated that Ghana has not been able to bring out the best in them so it’s better to plead with Prez Mahama to send them to Eritrea to assist the few men there than to waste their time here.

“Right now, Eritrea needs men to marry at least two of its ladies because there’s an acute shortage of men there. We have a track record of impregnating girls so we can impregnate many ladies in Eritrea who would give birth to boys to fill that gender gap. We are pleading with you, Mr. President, to send us to Eritrea to participate in this ongoing project.

“We early on pleaded with you to send us back to Guantanamo before Ghanaians kill us with insults. We’ve changed our minds. We now want to go to Eritrea,” they begged.

 

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After it was reported on Tuesday that men in Eritrea have been asked by the government to marry more than one wife or risk being jailed for life, the two ex-Gitmo convicts in Ghana have pleaded with President John Dramani Mahama to relocate them to Eritrea. In a petition sent...

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