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Win N2000 Recharge Card When You Spot The Difference Courtesy of Carmudi

Carmudi Nigeria will give the first blog reader to spot the 5 differences in these pictures a N2000 recharge card. Wow, how cool!

Don't worry, if you get the answers right, with your comment showing your phone no, name and network name you get your recharge card gift. Go ahead, try and get recharged to make those business calls. Best of luck!

Thank you www.carmudi.com.ng 

Comments

DBG said…
Differences:

1) In the first pix there is a yellow chair at the extreme right.
In the second pix, the colour is blue.
2) In the first pix, 2 phones are close to the guy with the earpiece.
In the second pix, there is just 1 phone.
3)In one pix , there is a white mug by the left side of the guy close to the fellow with the earpiece.
In the other pix, there is no mug.
4)In one pix, the fellow wearing black polo at the extreme right has white card/flash holder around his neck.
In the other pix, the fellow with the black polo has no such .
5) In one pix, the fellow wearing the earpiece has part of the helm of his shirt showing out on his left leg.
On the other pix, this is absent
DBG said…
Differences:

1) In the first pix there is a yellow chair at the extreme right.
In the second pix, the colour is blue.
2) In the first pix, 2 phones are close to the guy with the earpiece.
In the second pix, there is just 1 phone.
3)In one pix , there is a white mug by the left side of the guy close to the fellow with the earpiece.
In the other pix, there is no mug.
4)In one pix, the fellow wearing black polo at the extreme right has white card/flash holder around his neck.
In the other pix, the fellow with the black polo has no such .
5) In one pix, the fellow wearing the earpiece has part of the helm of his shirt showing out on his left leg.
On the other pix, this is absent

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