Minister One: Stop looking at me! With your stupid yellow shirt!
Minister Two: Look at this duck. Yellow is the colour of the sun.
Minister One: It’s also the colour of pupu.
Chairman: Guy! Guys! Let’s act like responsible adults. We have a serious issue to discuss.
M1: Why is he accusing me of stealing his biscuits? I packed my own eats.
M2: I’m not accusing you, fool!
M1: You’re looking at me like you’re accusing me.
CM: Hey! We’re not here to discuss eats. We’re here to discuss donor funds.
M1: What’s the difference?
CM: Blank stare
CM: Anyway, so almost all our donors are cutting aid. What’s the way forward? We need to win back their trust.
M1: These biscuits taste like they are from the Obote regime.
M2: I knew it! I told you that duck had stolen my eats.
M1: Please! Since when is taking what doesn’t belong to you stealing?
CM: Guys! Please! What we’re discussing affects our professional and personal lives.
M1: Point. I need money for Christmas shopping. When are donors sending that money for the disabled?
CM: They are not sending it.
M1: Shit! I promised her a new car.
CM: Now do I have your attention? We need to convince them that their money is safe.
M1: What if we share the money we steal…
M1: …the money we take with them?
M2: We can’t share money with the guys we’re stealing it from, douche.
M3: Take take take. Guys, don’t say stealing. Stealing is bad.
CM: We need to convince them that there’s no more corruption in this government.
M2: What if we take all the donor money and finish it? Then corruption will be over.
M2: Thanks man.
M1: No, some of your biscuits are nice. Want some?
CM: The problem is they are not sending anymore. So there’s no donor money to finish.
M3: But some ministries still have money. Health, Works, Education…
M1: No, we ate the education money. Didn’t you hear teachers complaining?
M2: Now what?
M1: What if we stole our own money?
CM: You mean the party?
M1: No. Our own salaries. Think about it. If you stole money from your own account, who would ever know?