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Wednesday, 20 October 2010


I think Swaziland Prime Minister Barnabas Dlamini dost protest too much about the bogus award he received from conman Rudy King.

Dlamini is still trying to convince us that the medal for his ‘humanitarian’ work given by the sham organisation World Citizens Award (WCA) is genuine.

The latest attempt by Dlamini, who was illegally appointed PM of Swaziland by King Mswati III, sub-Saharan Africa’s last absolute monarch, was at the Swazi Senate this week.

He told senators the award was legitimate because people of ‘high stature’ were present with him at the awards ceremony held in the Bahamas earlier this month (October 2010).

He said those in attendance were ‘not just randomly picked from the streets’. And besides, before they had the ceremony they all met together for a service at a Cathedral. And there was a bishop there, so that proves it was legitimate.

Dlamini sounds like a small boy trying to convince his parents that he hasn’t been naughty.

He clearly has a very juvenile mind, because he told senators that among the people of ‘high stature’ at the awards ceremony were Ashford and Simpson.

Ashford and Simpson? No, I wasn’t sure who they were either. It turns out they’re a singer-songwriter duo who last had a hit in the 1980s.

So to Swaziland’s Prime Minister the fact that Ashford and Simpson attended the awards ceremony makes it legitimate.

Dlamini is exposed here. Everyone knows that the WCA is bogus and that people the organisation claims as its trustees say they haven’t even heard of the organisation. Rudy King has been exposed as a crook and a conman. Dlamini’s award is not legitimate. It is a fake medal. It is a bogus honour.

Dlamini is losing the plot. He should stop trying to defend this medal and admit he was conned. He has made a serious error of judgement in accepting the award and he compounds the error by trying to justify it.

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