From the Wall Street Journal:

LONDON—Angola is tapping international lenders for roughly $1 billion of new loans, including one for food and medicine, as Africa’s biggest oil producer tries to cope with the fall in global crude oil prices.

When countries produce enough crude

they seem to run out of much food.

Using a derrick

for vaccine’s barbaric;

the people in oil have been stewed.

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