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REMEMBERING MY TRIP TO UYO (JUNE 2009)

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Sitting down scrolling through my phone on the 10th of April, 2010 @ 6am and I came across the lovely pictures I snapped during my 3-day trip to Uyo last year, then suddenly, memories flow in like a speeding Ferrari and I just wished I could replay in detail, those moments of my Uyo trip once again. As the memories flew in, I could not help but write out my experience seen below.
The reason for my trip to Uyo was in respect to an interview for students who applied to undergo their Industrial Training Attachment at Mobil Nigeria Unlimited.
The beauty of my trip started just as we drove into Uyo, I was marvelled by the quality of the road both in width and thickness of which was almost under completion by the german construction giants; Julius Berger. The comfort and smooth movement courtesy of the new uyo road, which was near completion as at then was in a class of its own as against the bumpy ride of the expressway that links Cross River and Akwa Ibom State. Alongside the roads which w…

MY CAR

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Got rights to it, in a fairly used state. It really did make me smile as far back as the year, 2007.
But then, never did I know that I was in possession of one of the worst cars ever produced by Peugeot. This car, the Peugeot 306 only gave me temporary joy between the years 2007 – 2008. Since then, it has been a case of one fault to another even the fact that I rarely drive it to anywhere aside from school and back home daily. Another shocker came mid-2009 when I found out that Peugeot had long stopped production of the Peugeot 306 models, it then dawned on me that even Peugeot as a company knew that this model (Peugeot 306) was a failure. This car has been to the best technicians and mechanics in my city with no solution to the multiple problems it keeps generating daily.
Right now I can only sit and hope for God’s grace to prevail. With this car’s continuous problem of ceasing and going off whenever the brakes are applied coupled with so many side-attraction faults that sometimes make…