By Chibuogwu Nnadiegbulam
Waking up was a bit of a struggle. I only wanted to turn the other way, drag my blanket over my head and continue to sleep.
But at the third sound of my alarm, I had to stand up or else... I know myself.
I was down for breakfast early enough, class was for 10am. Not class really.
Today we were told to be alert for our certificate presentation. Martin told us our assignments for the third place match and final tomorrow - I would be doing the sweeper for the third place match between, Venezuela and Spain.
It was during this time that Sonja, after a phone call, broke the news to us that FIFA President, Gianni Infantino would not be able to present our certificates to us, because he would only come for the final tomorrow and leave immediately after. (sad face).
However, FIFA had a back up plan. Hany Abo Rida, Vice-President of Egyptian Football Association, a member of the FIFA Council and a member of CAF Executive Committee, would present it to us today.
So everyone had to go get dressed for the special occasion before 12:30. I stayed back for a while so I could see Keir. He wanted to have a tête-à-tête with all of us. While I waited, I took my photos from Tracy's phone via Bluetooth.
Speaking to Keir, he asked for my views on the programme and what's next for me afterwards.
I couldn't meet Martin (He wanted to meet us too). He was talking to Tracy at the time, and I needed to go get ready for our certificate ceremony at Four Seasons hotel.
We went to Four seasons in four taxis, and were led to a lounge on the fifth floor, where we received our certificates. Getty images took photos of us. Wadad, a Lebanese, a friend of ours was like our official photographer.
FIFA had a short video of the presentation tweeted. Christine (the colourful one), Pablo and I were featured.
When we returned to our Grand Palace Hotel, we had lunch after which, I wrote a bit of my diary and slept.
I Woke up in time for our dinner. We all sat at a long table that had be reserved for us. It was at dinner that Farah had her certificate presented to her by Keir.
She alongside Heba and Nadine for different reasons could not make it to Four Seasons earlier in the day.
We all said three things we would miss about one another and Jordan, considering we were leaving in two days. The rule was not to repeat what someone had already said.
I said I would miss my roommate; Pablo calling me "Chibuuuuu" and the classes we had.
After dinner, I met with Martin. After asking me some questions, he gave me some valuable pieces of advice.
I had a chat with my African sisters in their room and a good laugh before recording a report on the final and third place matches which I sent to my station.
Then, I went to hang out with my colleagues and some of our volunteer friends at Trader Vic's, a restaurant and lounge in between Grand Palace hotel and Regency Palace Hotel. I had a good dance before going to bed.