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Vincent Nwachukwu


Forgive Me For Peace

By – Suleiman Murkthar I almost came close, close enough I could feel her breath on my skin, I could smell her smell and hold her cheeks, her chubby cheeks, pinch on the meat and make funny noises, tell her it is okay, that it is alright. I took a …

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Spend Smart, Save Smart

By – Jamylah Yusuf Hello in Naira, Pounds, Euros and Dollars. The subject of money can be both spirit lifting and spirit drowning at the same time depending on what angle of the discussion table one is seated. Do you know that elation that comes with the message tone notifying …

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Heat Of Transformation 2

By – Kayode Ipadeola Factors affecting decision making I like to think of myself as a rational person, but Im not one. The good news is its not just me or you. We are all irrational. For a long time, researchers and economists believed that humans made logical, well-considered decisions. …

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Before You Say I Do: Part 1

By – Andrew Mejire Etoh Hello every one, we are Less than a week from that special time of the year. Its Christmas season, a time of joy, love, peace and merry making. Its that moment where its all about spending time with family, friends and loved ones. Which brings …

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Its Almost Time; New Year New Me

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh I woke up tired this morning, I seriously dont want to adult today, I just want to be on a beach somewhere basking in the sun with a book in my hands, with absolutely no plans for the day. But alas that is not the …

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Letter To My Tomorrow

By – Suleiman Murkthar Hello darkness my old friend, I am here to say hello again, to witness your right of being, you truth and realization as always have been seen forehand, I will remember your smiles, where you have none, the serendipity of ur outrageous blessings, the words of …

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Saving For Rainy Days

By – Odey Emmanuel Sometimes the joy of abundance can be deceitful, and the beacon of plenty abused. We have so much at times that the tact to slow down and take our legs off the throttle become too much of a task. It becomes so difficult that we throw …

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Heats Of Transformation

By – Kayode Ipadeola In the blink of time we’d all be in another new year. One we all hadn’t seen ever. Most have started writing their resolutions or whatever, writing things they wish to leave behind 2017, those attitudes they wish not carry on with them into the new …

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Our Stories Are Contained In Our Journies

By – Suleiman Mukthar I will tell you about me, my stories, my whole life and its glories. I will tell you of my successes, my achievements and its processes, the means and ways that I have come to be here, to move again with another, and pause with the …

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