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Great Dpbours 2008-04-06 6:37

Hi Alain,

I do like the photograph for its simplicity. The quality is a bit off, and you don't want to compare it with ancy digital cams. But I like the simplicity, everyday Africa feel of it.
Love the stick used to keep the hood up. And it is a very recognizable photograph. Even looking to be in the worst condition, cars seem to keep on driving and driving forever in Africa. ;-)

Greetings! Dennis

PS: How did you end up in Nigeria?!

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Good evening
I worked for a project of technology transfer to Kaduna.

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Alain
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Hi Alain,

Which organization you worked for? I studied international technological development and worked in some African countries as logistician for international NGO's.

Greetings, Dennis
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I worked for the Defence Industry Corporation. Very bad idea.
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Hahaha, but good you know now how bad of an idea that was... ;-)
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