Na wa for me o! E be like say i be real tatafo joo! ok what do u call someone who prefers jumping from blog to blog, reading other people's blog instead of posting mine. No blame me sha, some of these blogs are soooooo funny -just the perfect medicine after a stressful work day (@ the pseudo-independent report me if u like, i no send o!)
I am writing this post from my brother's office, my darned internet refused to work all day at the office and as i don dey addicted , i couldnt resist when he called me to come pick him up from his office(His car is bad and our offices are quite close), at least then, i can get to check up on my guys in blogville.
Make una helep me thank God o! I had a narrow escape with lagos touts this morning. Ok, my office is on the mainland and i have to go through Oshodi everyday on my way to work. This morning, as i was approaching oshodi at about 7.45am, i saw this unusual heavy traffic(there is usually no traffic on my side of the expressway). I was in the car with my elder brother (i told u earlier, his car is bad so he turned me into his driver) and we were wondering what could be causing the traffic. We finally concluded that a trailer must have broken down in the middle of the road(Not an unusual thing on lagos roads).
Ok jeje, jeje we dey go, when i looked ahead and saw people running back, even those in their cars were jumping out and abandoning their cars on the road. the first thought that came to my head was "Armed Robbers!!". Una sister no dey slack at all for this kind thing o! My life is very precious so i quickly turned off the engine, carried my bag, wounded up the windows and shouted to my brother"You no go run???"(I did all these in an instant o!) The guy just looked at me like i was crazy and said"Run where?? You no go look well before u start to run?". Ok. i admit he had a point but me i no dey for looking first o! I prefer to run before looking.
Anyway i stopped to look and saw that some cars were still moving but they werent moving straight to Oshodi, they were all turning into airport road. I asked a guy who was standing next to my car what was going on and he replied:"Area boys dey fight for Oshodi". That was when i relaxed and started moving on to join the airport road as others were doing.
To be continued.
This story dey long small sha and my brother who i came to pick up is already threatening to pack up his system. Hopefully the internet will work in my office tomorrow so i can finish the story for u guys.
See ya tomorrow. This my brother sef dey too impatient sef!