Month: July 2009

>CALLING ALL EGGS: THE EAGLE HAS LEFT THE NEST


>the eagle has left the nest so all the eggs have number 26 to themselves for the next 3 weeks….
lolol… i don’t know what to say at this point. Chairman, maama & my dolls are off for the summer break and are taking a round trip from Morocco to England and then on to France and then back home. it sure sounds like fun, but i doubt if i would have had any with Chairman tagging along. Finally he has a reason to cross the Atlantic and leave us at home.

i’ve been very scarce in cyberspace these days so i mainly get most of my info through my boys ; SBB, Mr. capable and Mystery. infact i must confess there’s being a lul in my weekend night life these days, i haven’t see the inside of a club since last thursday and this weekend that was supposed to mark the beginning of three weeks of freedom was simply subdued…

i haven’t even been to dub-c in since last thursday sef.

nowadays its from one book to the other. its even so bad that i don’t even finish one before i pick up another.

thinking of starting French classes soon though, apart from that, i’m just floating.

been monitoring the transfer activities as well as the amnesty activities, and they all see so ridiculous in their own ways. God help manchester United and God save us from Yar’ a dua.

Nigeria is being held hostage by militants who have gone as far as bombing lagos (my own lasgidi) and Yar’ a dua is offering them amnesty, that never worked previously? offering the militants amnesty has never worked, especially when they attempt the ridiculous option of guns for money…

then the president states that amnesty is key to stable power generation. why can’t we just give them resource control while focusing on diversification and let’s watch them kill themslevs with their militancy. i realy am angry right now, cuase the more i think about it the more ridiculous we all begin to seem. depending soley on the resources of only one region?

meanwhile, the sheiks of Abu dabi have so much money, they’ve gone on a spending spree in the blue half of manchester. the only problem is, they’ve gone ahead with the spending, now SpARKY CAN FEILD ELEVEN PLAYERS AND 9 OF THEM WOULD BE STRIKERS (WORLD CALSS). all this is happening but Sir Alex only saw it fit to aquire one washed out legend and two promising wingers. still we have about 80 million pounds untouched. God dey sha…..

i’ll holla at you guys later.

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>Pure Limbo


>its been almost a week since the end of my NYSC program and i’m still sitting at home, wondering and waiting. I’ve turned into a “readaholic’ (my own invention); i practically read anything in sight, from toothpaste tubes to oil reports.

I think i’m going crazy.

the possibility of getting a job these days are so slim! was joking with a friend the other day and i told him the best prayer any unemployed graduate should have on his lips right now is ‘ lord let them all travel abroad for masters or something’. i’m not sure how long i can last sitting at home all day long. the thought of running out of money and seeing myself become dependent on a certain someone eats at my ego.

but despite all that i’m helplessly holding my head up high with a careless smile on my face.

all that aside, i’m just feeling mighty positive… with my bushy goatie and growing hair, i’m just not giving a *&^k.

>The end of My service…


>today is the my last day at BPE officially, sadly i missed my own send forth programme… but its no bad feelings right now… I’m much more uncertain than sad. no more assured allowee or monthly allowances from the office, now its down to the main hustle.
been playing with various ideas for the past week, and the only certain thing i know i need to do other than get a job is to upgrade. as in majorly. the miserable degree i got from school can’t take me far, besides, I’m not sure i wanna practice what i read professionally, ideally.

so for a while i have to really leave you guys….. I’m still not done with the pondering and soul searching, but i definitely wish i won’t be gone for too long.

i can’t say i learnt much during this youth service year, though i’ve grown obviously, but i really hoped i would be much more exposed in the establishment i worked in, rather it made me see clearly the lack of respect given to graduates of this country. i’m not angry, but bitter.

it makes me want to ask the leaders of this country why they have refused to invest much more in the educational system.

now to make things worse, universities are on strike.

it really is sad.
Now i’m about to join the long list of jobless graduates strolling the streets.

make i send una my CV?