And here is what looks like a huge fraud in the making. First off, the name of the organization - East Africa Sub-Saharan Africa Safe Promotion International - is ambiguous and does not seem to convey anything even to a dyslexic. Second, an outfit aiming to employ 20,000 people should not find it too difficult to state clearly what it intends to do with such a huge labor force. If you are promising me a salary, you should as well let me know how I am going to earn the salary. Third, it seems the article has been sneaked into the newsprint to give the outfit a semblance of legitimacy, making it easier for the organization to swindle more people before it disappears into thin air. As usual, gullible and desperate Citizens will fall for the trick before sad stories start emerging, again to fill the news acreage for the day. I stand to be proven wrong but here is a country where you can craft a fraud overtly with the help of the very institutions that are meant to guard against such occurrences.