Thank you, Folabi Sunday!
Thank you for your wonderful posts, which I blogged at my Includer blog
http://www.includer.org I also look forward to blogging Tom Ochuka's and
Ricardo's exchanges about the wedding photo taking site.
Folabi, I'm sorry for your accident but glad you have the cure! Thank you
to your wife.
Andrius Kulikauskas, Minciu Sodas, http://www.ms.lt, ms@...
Folabi Sunday (of Episode 37) in Ibadan, Oyo, Nigeria is perhaps the most
out-of-the-way of our participants. He’s growing closer and closer through
I had an accident. It was a bad Monday (11th of May 2009) for me as I had
an accident on my way going to the village with my motorbike. I think Pam
still remember the bike she rode with me to PD’s house the last time she
came to AA it was with this same bike I had an accident and I have been
treated in the hospital. Thank God that I am now married, she has been
taking good care of me especially now that I am
sick (you singles go and get married). If not for my phone that had a
camera problem I would have sent a snapped copy of my self and the damaged
bike to you all. I am happy to inform you all that I am recuperating fast.
What is the secret of Folabi’s Internet access?
How to browse using ZAIN. Hi Ricardo, Pam, Sasha, John and others, With
the help of Pamela McLean (of Episode 31) and Fantsuam Foundation I can
now browse using my 3G phone P990i in my village and I have posted in my
(How to Connect with ZAIN) for all to see how to get connected with the
internet using mobile phone(incase we have others like me in any village
or area covered by Zain network in Nigeria). Ricardo has been of help and
Perry who asked from Ricardo how to check used data with zain browsing on
phone this I have answered in the blog let Perry read it. Thanks to you