Politics

Iran Seeks Help from Maasai Warriors to Fight US

The Islamic Republic of Iran has sought help from Maasai warriors to help neutralize the American aggression that the country is facing.

As Iran and US edge towards a full blown war, Iran has found a need to get a backup army that is cyber-attack proof, knowing very well that the war might take a cyber angle. The Maasai warriors can withstand this threat using their traditional attack equipment of arrows and spears.

So far, about 144,000 Maasai warrior from Somalia have volunteered to help Iran.