I am on call(again! Lol, like I won’t be doing calls for a while), anyway this call is different because the paid doctors are still on strike. It has been more than 10 days and I am thinking government knows that if they give into their demands, all hell (literally) would let loose. Hence the unusual delay, I want to see how this drama plays out. It is going to be such fun. Anyway, because of the strike, my call was light. I was able to finish my relative’s regimen and instructions on how to use her products (whoop! Whoop!!), thank you doctors (all things work together for good for those who love the Lord). I hope i have a very light night and I am able to sleep throughout the night.
So I went shopping today for some of my relative’s hair products (okay, enough of the relative stuff, it is my aunty *grinning) and I had to go to three different shops/supermarket to get just one third of what she needs. Which showed me that I am going to have to add a certain fee if personal shopping is requested by a client. I am also going to make some products for her (thank God for the upcoming holidays on Tuesday and Wednesday). It is all good, I enjoyed checking out some products that I might try later and yes, I couldn’t help myself I bought some items for myself (It seems that I have not curbed the product junkie in me).
The last time I was on call, a doctor insulted my life over a NHIS prescription that has not been resolved till today and right now a couple of people are bringing NHIS prescriptions. I am determined that if anybody does not do the right thing this night I am going to get nasty. Nobody would insult me and get away with it. Enough is Enough!!! Shuo! Na only Pharmacists fit chop insults. Abi we no get mouth to insult back? Someone should try me when I am not in a good mood.
I have been reading about a particular hair product that has gotten so many rave reviews. Everyone seems to be singing its praises. I tried finding out if it was available in Nigeria earlier and couldn’t get the information. However last night, due to my clicking on the right link I was able to find out that it is available in Nigeria. I called the lady and she gave me the price. The price is really high (5000 naira). I had heard it was really pricy but it seems to work. I am looking for a way to share the cost and product with someone. It is not sold online or in shops, it has to be ordered from their agents. However let me say this, that even though the company says (and customers) that it works, you still need to take care of your hair properly.
I think that is enough rambling for today. I want to watch a movie (*grinning). I am getting tired. I really need to stop blogging and browsing for a while. I need to read and finish my presentation. By God’s grace I would try to work on my presentation this week.
Congrats to my girl, Tope Ojoade (nee Folarin) on the opening of your first Pharmacy. May God bless your efforts and cause you to increase beyond your imagination, In Jesus name. I am coming to check out your place soon.
Have a lovely week people and thanks for reading.
P.S: Thanks to all those who have wished me well on the launch (mini launch) of my business. I am still expecting my 2nd official (and 4th unofficial booking). Come on people, don’t you want great hair?