Wednesday, September 27, 2017
SAUDI WOMEN: ITS EUREKA AS THEY CAN NOW DRIVE CAR!
ICHEOKU says all it took was a royal decree and now women of Saudi Arabia can drive cars, a pastime which would have landed them in prison a mere twenty four hours ago. A highly commendable gesture of goodwill and hopefully other shackles that had kept the Kingdom of Saud handicapped will gradually follow suit and be lifted, so that the country could step into the 21st century uninhibited by centuries old religious traditions which makes little to no sense in this algorithm controlled world of today.
Doing away with the masquerade hijab should follow and so also is drinking of alcohol be allowed, as well as allowing night life and other social activities that could quickly help liberate the Kingdom and fast. The Kingdom should also stop their chop chop macabre Friday displays and find a more humane way of carrying out executions. And of course, stoning a woman to death for having sex is barbaric and has to stop; so also is cutting someone's productive hand for mere stealing and a host of so many other things that modern civilized societies frown at. ICHEOKU says although too much time has been lost already, but a lot could still be accomplished with the right focus and officials. Overall, the Kingdom has a lot of catching up to do.
ICHEOKU says congratulations to His Majesty and all the people that prevailed on him to take this major step and for a Kingdom looking forward to attracting tourists in their new drive in tourism. At least those visiting women will have to get around. ICHEOKU also congratulates American President Donald John Trump on this development as his foreign policy seems to be yielding dividends already, one corner of the world after another. To all the Saudi women, especially those who led the agitation that led to the lifting of the prohibition, ICHEOKU says our hats are doffed for your heroism and courage in facing down such abhorable stone-age forbearance. Way to go!