By now you already know that we don't have a single national carrier, our famous Nigerian Airways and Virgin Nigeria are no more, we are left with the privately owned airlines that are managing to survive function within the Nigerian Aviation Industry.
Every single airline operating in this country has one big problem or the other, some have problems of regular delays, some have problems of being overbooked,some have problems of misplacing people's luggage, some have history of plane crash, some even have problems such as leakages in the aircraft, while for so many of them, one constant burden they share is doing business in the Nigerian terrain, which is extremely harsh at this time for obvious economic reasons we have discussed on this blog a couple of times.
Today, I'll be sharing my experience on Medview Airlines with you all. I know we all have our airline stories, and we have heard the worst about some airlines , yet we find people patronizing them, but hey! what…
Mummies, get in here quickly!!!! Continue from screen grab below;
Please note that this is after I drove all the way from Lekki to the mainland
in the hope of getting a cheaper deal o! You should have seen my excitement
like the diaper was never going to finish. It just seemed so much easier to pay
almost N5k than to bring out almost N15k at once!
To my greatest dismay, the diapers finished in
no time even with all my diaper change restrictions! Anyway, off we go to the
store for another round of purchase and now its 300 bucks more only after a few
weeks! What!!!!!!! Now I'm soooo pissed off and complain about how this is just
not right bla bla bla!
The shop attendant then says that thing we all
hate to hear even though we know its the truth "its dollar nauw". I'm
like yeah whatever the dollar rate is the perfect excuse for everything these
days even daylight robbery!
As I looked round the store in frustration, I
noticed a different brand of diapers called molfix. I enq…
According to dailymail.co.uk, British households are increasingly ditching their morning bowl of cereal in favour of healthier alternatives such as smoothies and fresh fruit, apparently we are also in the fitfam phase in Nigeria, where a large percentage of the working class are eating more of veggies and smoothies to keep a healthy life style.