Ethiopia close to role model
During my working life, I managed to work full time in about 10 or more countries. One country was better for one thing, the other was worse, but Canada was always the best. This feeling of good has been manipulated by Canada Post. Our dishonest politicians promised, if we vote for them, we would get our home post delivery back. I am still waiting. Not only that, my post box is not the one closest, but at the other end of the street. Now comes the best part, I do drive to my post box, but in the last five days my key will not open the box.
I did a quick remembrance of other countries postal services, and they all delivered mail to the house, some, including Saturdays. All of a sudden I realized that it is not the whole truth. In Ethiopia mail does not get delivered. You get a 6-7-or 8 digit postal box number, and when your gut tells you, that you may have a letter at the post office, you go there, line up, give your box number and the clerk disappears for long minutes and asks for the number again. Then you wait, and within a reasonable hour, you will find out the following: 1. You do not have a letter. 2.You may have a letter but the clerk is illiterate, or your language skill was not up to par, and you cannot collect your letter.
May I ask, is Ethiopia is the selected role model by politicians for us Canadians? Judith L. Bezeredi, Charlottetown