UNESCO declares Veep’s house a World Heritage Site

UNESCO’s World Heritage Committee has named the vice president’s uncompleted official residence as a world heritage site.

According to the committee, the building which begun under the Mahama administration and budgeted to cost  $13.9 million is “a unique and exceptional monument which symbolizes the greed and thievery of the Mahama era”. The multi-million dollar building which will have a $417,000 wall and a $124,957 swimming pool, has rightfully received recognition as a rich cultural heritage in a nation where excessive corruption and greed is the norm.

“The vice president’s partially completed official residence has not been chosen for it architectural marvel and splendour, but for the ability of the building’s cost to inspire a ‘WTF’ response,” said the official statement.