A Short Guide to Potential Investors in Eritrea

From Welcome to Asmarino Independent. Thu Dec 20 2012, 13:08:40

There is plenty of opportunities to invest in a business making bicycle compartments for AK47s- the benevolent government of the state of Eritrea has plans to issue every adult in the country with AK47s, and expects them to carry this around. Now, since many people in Eritrea use bicycles, this technology will allow them to store their guns conveniently in a compartment that goes across the bars. Handy for use, easy for transport and more importantly in keeping with a country that is keen to promote readiness for war! These compartments could be customised for other transport modes like Karossas and even come with wheels on for those on foot. This low cost, immediate start up business opportunity is available for someone with low to medium levels of capital, extremely low level of sensibility and no conscience what so ever!

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