Thursday, September 11, 2008

Passing out!

Okay, I must break this trend. What's up with blog links telling me it's been 4 weeks since I updated? You've all been on my mind, and so has PASSING OUT PARADE!

Yes, today is my last day as a corper. Halleluiah, halleluiah, halle---lui---yaaaaahhhhh! Thank You God. Mwah! I will officially retire the boots and khaki, which I love wearing and will terribly miss. I always feel like a celebrity as I strut down the streets in my uniform, with people hailing "corper!" "ajuwaya" as I feel cool with myself...yeah, that's me!

*sigh*

So what new? I've been wrapping up projects at work, considering new projects, trying to plan my down time for the rest of the month. It's been 14 months, and I still love living here I must say. And for that, I'm grateful Lord.

Techie-wise, I'm back on a Mac--haven't been on one since my college days and I've forgotten a lot of the shortcuts. But it seems like the Mac knows how to tackle slow and erratic wireless connections so I'm not complaining.

If you like working from your phone, I recommend Nokia's latest business phone, the E71. She's slimmer and prettier than the Blackberry and she's got a unique Nokia ring tone. My Naija people are always updating to the latest phones even before it hits the market-- regardless of the price or the high risk of theft! The E71 now goes for N85,000 at the Nokia store and about N70k at the GSM village. That's up from N53K when it first landed a month ago! Nigerians are phone crazy, I tell ya.

Speaking of cell phones, GSM provider, Celtel is now Zain. That's like their 4th change since Econet! I'm loving the Zain brand I must say. Hip, young and urban. Definitely in a better state to compete with MTN. Looking at their billboards and ads, they're doing a good job of interpreting the dark tones in their logo. But when it's all said and done, what we want is good service! Hey do they still show those funny Cingular AT&T dropped calls ads?
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Okay peeps, gotta run. Passing out parade is about to start! Have a fabulous day. Remember: one life to live, so live it up!

P.S In reference to the previous post, I earn 1 million naira a month...by faith! Ha ha, peeps I was jesting! But I claim it, seal it and grab it for myself. Afterall those people no get two heads, haba!