I took taxi one day to the BBC office for an interview

Former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Winston Churchill, once said: “I took taxi one day to the BBC office for an interview.
When I arrived, I asked the driver to wait for me for forty minutes until I got back, but the driver apologized and said, “I can’t, because I have to go home to listen to Winston Churchill’s speech”.
I was amazed and delighted with the man’s desire to listen to my speech! So I took out ten pounds and gave it to the taxi driver without telling him who I was.

When the driver collected the money, he said: “I’ll wait for hours until you come back sir! And let Churchill go to hell!”.
You can see how principles have been modified against money; nations sold for money; honour for money; families split for money; friends separated for money; people killed for money; and people being made slaves to money.

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Elves K. Delz is a certified and registered Journalist, a researcher, writer, educator and consultant who specializes in stories about health, Tech-Reviews, Business, Emerging Entrepreneurs and Products, Interviews, Leaders/CEOs, Science and Technology, Children(hobbies, health and safety) and human behavior. He has a knack for writing with emotion and connecting with readers in an insightful and engaging way. He believes largely on humanity freedom to increase gender literacy and identify opportunities to demonstrate gender inclusion in products, services, programs, projects, and content. He is an active member of Media Council of Kenya. Reach him on Twitter @ElvesKimutai and Instagram @ElvesDelz


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