(Disclaimer: this is a work of fiction. Learn to take a joke; you’ll live longer.)
ISLAMABAD – After the National Accountability Bureau (NAB) defined Kiki Challenge as a threat to the nation, criticising the Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) for permitting a Polish tourist to perform the
trend in the aircraft, the capital’s accountability courts have taken up some high profile cases that involve corrupting minds of youth.
“As [NAB Chairman] Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal has stated, we need to go all out in fighting the war against corruption,” an accountability court said while talking to The Dependent. “And there is no bigger corruption than corrupting the minds of the youth.
The anti-graft body is all set to probe the Kiki Challenge for “corrupting the minds of the youth”. A team has already been formed to collect information regarding the whereabouts of Kiki.
Earlier, talking to the media, Justice (retd) Javed Iqbal took notice of the Eva zu Beck video in which she is dancing around on the runway while holding the Pakistani flag. “How dare she perform on In My Feeling by Drake for Independence Day celebrations when we have eternal national tracks of our own like Dil Dil Pakistan?” he remarked.
He assured that that the bureau will hold all those accountable who prioritised Kiki over the nation.
The NAB chief believes that the Kiki Challenge was, in fact, propagated to malign Pakistan by corrupting the minds of the youth. “In our days, jumping out of running cars or saying ‘kiya hum wakae azaad hain?’ [Are we really independent?] was sheer insanity,” he recalled.
Regretting over the condition of youth, he said, “I have a challenge for y’all. It’s called Accountability Challenge. Whoever come clean before NAB wins!”