The Bongo Bongo Land Foreign Minister, Um Bongo, has condemned calls by UKIP MEP, Godfrey Bloom, to halt Britain's £1 billion-per-month aid payments. Bongo Bongo Land has long been the largest beneficiary of the UK's foreign aid budget, which aims to help lesser developed democracies to develop into fully-functioning call centres.
Um Bongo went on to explain that the money had been crucial in helping over 10,000 indigenous people from the Bongo Bongo forests become millionaires, boosting domestic sales of rice, firewood and Ferraris.
A statement by Um Bongo read: "Bongo Bongo Land and the Bongo Bongo Government has long had a special relationship with the British people. We are utterly in shock of the callous comments by Mr Bloom".
UKIP hit back at the close relationship between the two countries. Nigel Farage, UKIP's Lord Protector, commented, "I doubt many people in Bongo Bongo Land could even find the UK on a map".
When asked to identify where Bongo Bongo Land was on an atlas, an embarrassed Farage pointed to a location before being told that he was pointing at Scotland.