Wednesday, 15 October 2014

NEWSFLASH - ABS repel MDF-ZAP Incursion (BSBC)

From our Bana Soto Broadcasting Corporation correspondent in Mtumbo

In a brief but decisive action, units of the Army of Bana Soto (ABS) have repelled an invasion by a combined force of the Mbote-Zubuto alliance seeking the remains of a WaPongo short range missile fired into Bana Soto. 

A squadron of tanks from the 1st Bana Soto Armoured Division (BSAD) held the invasion force at bay until joined by other forces of the ABS. President Washington Deesee congratulated the ABS and BSAD on the defence of the country against yet another incursion by the forces of Mbote.

In a lenghty speech commending the efforts of BSAD, he said that this once again demonstrated Mbote’s total disregard for the sovereignty of  Bana Soto.

The remains of the WaPongo missile were being removed to ensure the safety of the residents of the area in which it landed and President DeeSee invited UN Combined Regional African Peacekeeping HQ to send inspectors to examine the remains.

President DeeSee re-iterated the view that the development of the short range WaPongo missile could only be for use against Bana-Soto and requested C.R.A.P. support in stopping this new arms race in the region. As yet there has been no response from the Mbote-Zubuto governments.

(many thanks to Colin, aka President DeeSee, for this entirely impartial and strictly balanced BSBC news report)

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