Monday, October 22, 2007

Would you fly?


Hellowwww everyone? how'r we alldoing and how did our weekend go? Would be back to let share with you my reading through the purpose driven life, but till then i read something fascinating this morning. Read this. "He hoped -- and still does hope -- that the Nigerian government and his wealthy compatriots would turn to him and stop placing orders with western manufacturers." Hmn...... I say way to go, Albert Eisten also started one day like this, isn't it? Take care and have a funfilled and fufilled week ahead.

21 comments:

LurLar said...

U know we Nigerians love to show off...so i dnt blame dem yeye pple. weekend was fine...urs nko?

Miss Iyabo Opeke said...

I am just impressed with the time he put in creating this & his committment to it...

Ugo Daniels said...

And i say a very BIG goodluck to him :)

disgodkidd said...

we got talent!

aloted said...

Someone sent this to me yesterday and i thot: "wow". We are sharp in Naija o
But to answer your question i don't think i will fly o...nothing personal, I just dont like helicopters

Girl, se you are cool sha?

Ejura said...

We've got the brains but few "brain" supporters. There's still hope...How are you gurl?

Isi said...

babes! how are u doing?!

Isi said...

babes! how you dey?

SOLOMONSYDELLE said...

I also read this and am yet to publish my post on this. Must do so tomorrow!

Anyway, this highlights Nigerian ingenuity and inability.
The man has shown that wth little effort something incredible can be created. The inability lies in the failure of private or public institutions to see this as a potential money maker that could transform the face of transportation and industry in Nija.

Oh well!

Olamild said...

I commend his efforts
ANd I pray that God will continue to bless him with wisdom

Will I fly?

HEavens NO
DOn't ask me why o

Nyemoni said...

He has done well o jare..How are you babes? take care!

Rinsola said...

@ ALL, don't tell me you won't fly this one of a kind helicopter. Well, would i fly? maybe from my room to the bathroom, yes i would(lol). I honestly was impressed as in , he would have easily given up, but nope he gave his time and money amidst the situation, but i hope the Nigerian goverment would encourage his motivation and brain financially.
Asides that, I'm doing great o, i can't complain, but this week has been sooooooooo hectic, as you can see/read, i havent posted week three of my reading. Take care of yourselves and have a great completion of the week.

NikkiSab said...

very impressive.

anonymous gal said...

he don try.but as 4 me i no fly

Believer said...

My darling rinsola..thanks for taking the time to stop at mine...i am gradually coming out of my 'hibernation'. Thanks for the concern. Hope u r doing ok as well and have had a wonderful week. It is well with you. Remain blessed and highly favoured.

Allied said...

I also read this.. but seriously, i dont know if i cant fly in it.But i am impressed that he built it himself.

A Kel called Wonder ...... said...

Awwww Thats nice, hope it works ok

princesa said...

This is the kind of projects the government should spend our money on but no they wont!

I wish him luck.

Lighty said...

I HOPE THEY POUR THEIR MONEY INTO THIS COZ IT MAKES SENSE. WE NEED TALENTED PPLE IN NAIJ. ABEG. PLUS U LISTEN TO IN TOUCH?? I TOTALLY LOVE CHARLES STANLEY.

Sisbee said...

Sorry to say I'd take a rain check on flying in that thing. i admire his talent though.How have you been!!!!! I truly have missed out on your lovely tunes...I'll have to read all your posts over the next few weeks. XXXXX

Ozymandias said...

lol..person never fly nigerian airlines comfortably..na dis one you go fly with peace of mind...anyway sha, kudos to the guy, im don try, e no easy.