Kipp forms global alliance with Prince Al Waleed
Kipp was honoured to accept the invitation, which came via an unexpected email from [email protected]
September 2, 2010 2:56 by kippreport
Kipp is delighted to announce that it will soon be engaged in a “global alliance” with Prince Al Waleed Bin Talal Al-Saud of Saudi Arabia. The Prince emailed us from his personal account, [email protected], and even included his personal address in his correspondence (PO Box 1, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia).
The Prince seeks “to increase [his] global and domestic alliances via various services Including Mortgage Banking, Micro Financing, Real Estate Business and a host of other profitable ventures” he says in his email.
“If you think you are good in any of the mentioned business sector,” he writes, “Kindly contact me for possible business co-operation.” Kipp hardly hesitated, and replied immediately. Apparently all the Prince needs to secure our business relationship are our business bank account details here in the UAE – the Mediaquest management will surely be thrilled to know we sent the company account details right away.
Kipp feels hugely honoured by this request – more so even than when Mensah Owusu, from the family of Chief Nana Num Owusu Bosontwi Sam 1 of Bogoso village Tarkwa, Western Region of Ghana, emailed us out of the blue to ask for our help in procuring mining equipment for their lucrative gold mines. Thrilled to be randomly chosen to help (after all we know nothing about mining) Kipp duly sent a cheque to help them buy equipment – in return they have shipped us 77 kilos of Alluvial gold dust, which should arrive any day now.
In other news, Kipp is also pleased to be able to announce that it will soon be getting a major upgrade. With our share of the 17.5 million pounds sterling we’re getting from Mr James Harry, Head of Primeline at Lloyds TSB bank in London, we intend to make significant investments in the site. We can hardly believe our luck that Mr. Harry chose us to help him claim the funds of a millionaire killed in the September 11 attacks, who left no next of kin instructions to the bank. We just have to wait a couple of days for the transaction to take place.
Oh and those pictures of your wife arrived in an email attachment. For some reason they went in the Junk Mail folder though.