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How I spent my day

How I spent my day

March 2020 · 2 min read

Hi,
It was a lovely morning, I have been busy since morning I couldn't post so let share how I spent my day
One of my former coursemate asked me to tutor her elder sister who had just started learning lately at college of education ilorin but who happens to be a soldier. I was alittle bit scared of going because I have a different stories about soldiers beating people at the barrack. So I summon courage to go there.
I left the house around 7am so can get there on time and my to zobi barrack will take 2hours. I boarded a taxi to oja oba. These are pictures I took there:

While I was at oja oba I was famished so I decided to eat puff-puff which is sold ten naira per one.

So I hate it inside the tricycle while waiting for the passenger to fill the seat.

At oja oba they sells plastic and kitchen wares
From oja oba I took tricycle going towards barrack from oja oba to barrack is one hundred naira #100

So on my I took some pictures before I got to the barrack. I couldn't snap where the soldiers because its against the rules. This is what I saw on my way

When I got inside I was able to able have glance look at the school

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Then the quarters where the soldier live

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I was able to tutor the soldier and left there around 6pm. It was already dark here is a filling station with light.

I had fun going to the barrack for the first time.

Thanks for stopping and viewing my blog. God bless and have a lovely night rest.

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