African help for unfortunate British commuters


Rural folk in Namibia are apparently showing their gratitude for our help during their earlier times of hardship. Apparently horrified at the plight of British workers in the recent icy weather, Namibian village folk are stumping up charity to help build a better transport service for British commuters.

Eliyah Karraiyugi (7) who walks a 16 mile round trip every day to fetch water for her family said she was contributing her life savings to CommuteHelp.co.uk, a charity dedicated to shortening travel times for commuters in the UK. “I can’t bear to see the poor souls trapped in crowded trains for three hours at a time!” she said.

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