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Give It Time

By – Odey Emmanuel You wake up in the morning after having series of dreams of success and possible ways to bring it to life. You ask yourself a thousand questions of why you are still in the hollow, questions of why the sun has turned its back on you, …

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Faceless Questions

By – Lois Peters So I usually start my conversations with a question and for some reason, some people feel defensive about it. Some others however, take it to the extreme of thinking that its a personal attack on them and they try to be as careful as they can …

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By – Pleasure Chizoba What if you had to walk about 3-5miles in the morning to get water just so you could wash or make your tea? What would that feel like? If only we celebrated the everyday things in life that we often take for granted. Ask yourself, how …

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Secret Storm

By – Kayode Ipadeola A storm we all know is a natural disaster which occurs in form of violent disturbance of the atmosphere with strong winds, usually accompanied by rain and thunder lightening. A storm is bad enough that it can wipe out an entirely family within a blink of …

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Unsaid Apologies

By – Jamylah Yusuf A particular meme was trending for a while on social media About different ways through which Nigeria parents say sorry. Someone said her mum would say ‘come and try this cloth if it fits’ another person said her father would say ‘have you eaten?’ That’s a …

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Your Health, Your Wealth

By – Crystal Chinonye Earlier this year, I started a daily routine one of which includes thrice in a week workout. Yes! Workout. Sounds interesting. But overtime I came to fully understand that the phrase easier said than done is a fact. Happily, I started my routine, week one, awesome. …

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Let That Extra $1 Flow

By – Richard Dappa Hey guys, so last week, i wrote about finding talent and making work play. I did not have the chance to conclude so here I am with my conclusion. Lets think about it for a second, what am I saying even? Does it mean you have …

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The Space Between Us

By – Suleiman Murkthar There are many colors that makes the rainbow or the color line. There is the blue for the skies and seas, and the green for the grass and leaves. The world beyond our shores is a very colorful life, but here in Africa, our caption color …

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Who Is My Neighbor?

By – Joyce Paulsen I have been in a thoughtful mode recently, contemplating on the happenings in our world. A lot seem to be happening in different parts of the world; some good, bad and terrible stuff are happening almost at the same time. We live in a world where …

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By – Kayode Ipadeola I’ve realized that happiness only comes to those who have learnt to accept whatever life drives their way. I’ve also realized that to gain access to better living, it means accepting all the warts and emotional lumps and bumps, the bad bits, the weaknesses and the …

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The Extra To Ordinary

By – Pleasure Chizoba ” The difference between ordinary and extraordinary is that little extra”. Jimmy Johnson. A small lady born into a wealthy family in a faraway country in Eastern Europe, felt a calling to be a nun and serve through helping the poor. She gave up her privileged …

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Improve Your Study Habit

By – Uchechi Iroakazi We face several challenges every now and then. From pursuing our dreams, to motivating a team of low-driven folks, keeping up with time, dealing with a hormone raging teenager, thinking up ways to increase our streams of income and blocking out prince charming in aluminum foil, …

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We Can; We Would Rise Again

By – Jennifer Ifeoma Ugboh Weve all been there, every one of us has been there at some point in our lives, waking up each day with no real interest in actively participating in life, merely going through the motions, running on autopilot from sun up to sun down and …

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Where The True Demons Are

By – Suleiman Murkthar She stares back at you. She looks pained or satisfied, you cant tell but she stares. The eyes they say are the windows to the soul, so when you stare back deep, you look at her true and bare and all you see is the dark …

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