As above - with the introduction of the lower voltage PICs, the older programmers are no longer able to program a lot of the newer PICs.
A PicKit 2 will cost you around £20-£30, save you a huge amount of stress and wasted time, enable you to debug many of the PICs and have a USB interface which is handy as many new PCs and most Laptops no longer come with a serial or parallel port.
vhictor, perhaps you can find someone who can order it for you and ship it to you. It doesn't have to be a direct transaction. Just keep in mind you'll probably have to pay for the extra shipping costs.
The problem there is his location, Nigeria, the worlds worst location for crooks and scammers - I would suspect most people wouldn't dream of getting involved (I wouldn't).
A few decades ago my younger brother worked for a large national UK bank, and at one time was given the job of setting a fraud database up - categories included things like credit card fraud, cheque fraud, and a specific category 'Nigerian fraud'.
Mr Goodwin ,hmmmm ,yes i understand you that my country is corrupt yes its no doubt but d government are doing everything to fight it.pls we are not all the same ..but pls how can u help me with it or if u can give me a guideline and a circuit on how to build 1 ...i use proteus for my schematics design.pls i really need your help...thanks