Kiki Loa, April 10, 2015 - A few days ago, on the tiny island of Kiki Loa, a local cab driver named Akamai Kane, wrote a personal check for $15,000,000 to build a water desalinization plant for his fellow islanders. Further investigation now reveals that Mr. Kane is currently worth over $20 billion, making him among the wealthiest men in the world.
Kiki Loa is small island located approximately 1,700 miles due west of the Hawaiian island of Maui. Approximately 99% of Kiki Loa’s residents rely on sugar cane farming as their primary source of income. The remaining one percent of the islanders works in the island's tourism trade, consisting of only a few small Bed and Breakfast Inns that attracted a hand full of adventurous tourists.
As it turns out, about a year ago a major hotel corporation came to Kiki Loa to investigate building a world class resort. Obviously, if selected this would mean the islanders could give up their torturous lifestyle of working the sugar cane fields as better employment would become readily available.
In an interview this afternoon with a member of the Resort's site evaluation team; he stated that they found Kiki Loa’s natural beauty ideal for their desired project. This is because it has everything they wanted: lush rain forests, spectacular scenic views, abundant aquatic life on the island’s reefs, and miles of white sandy beaches. This same source also revealed, that unfortunately the evaluation team’s due diligence also found out that the island did not have large enough fresh water supplies to support the size project the hotel desired to build.
Over the next few months, the evaluation team continued to work on ways to try and make the project work. However, apparently in the end they could not justify the extra $15 million it would take to build the fresh water desalinization plant required to support the resort project.
A couple of months ago, the Governor’s office in Kiki Loa was informed by the resort’s representatives that unless it could find the resources to build its own desalinization plant within the next 60 day period, they would reluctantly have to choose another island for the project.
Obviously, this has been devastating news for the Islanders as there was no foreseeable way for them to get this done. Then two days ago, as the deadline was about to expire, the strangest thing happened. Akamai Kane, a native born Kiki Laotian and its only taxi driver, walked into the Governor’s office and presented him with a personal check for $15,000,000 to pay for the water plant.
At first everyone there thought that Mr. Kane was playing a joke trying to lighten up a sad situation. But to everyone's amazement, they soon found out that this check was good; so Kiki Loa will now get its new Hotel Resort.
As a result, this news story ends on a happy note, as the future for the people of Kiki Loa is now much more secure and brighter!
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