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NYSC: Finally got a job

I have finally gotten a job. In fact, I resumed on Thursday. And I was relieved, because the state director himself announced that if a corper was not posted by the second week of January, the person's file would be sent back to Abuja (head office) and remobilized (which means, reposted to another state, another job etc). I got posted in the second week. Thank God.
On resumption, i was woken up. Yes I mean figuratively, not literarily (gotcha, Xi!). I thought I had knowledge - a passing knowledge of some processes, until I was given a sound lecture on what technology is all about RIGHT NOW. I am still in the Jurassic era, and I shudder to think of all the sleepless nights ahead of me, while trying to catch up with the rest of the world.
I hope Vicky will not suffer for it - as in communication and everything, because, as I see it, no more late night calls for me.
God is my strength.
my most favorite slogan right now was stolen from Diamond Bank: Where you are going should look nothing like where you have been.
Think about it...


disgodkidd said…
congratulations. so what's the job all about? happy new year.

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