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Religion / The True Test Of Christianity by Anelkanu2: 2:02pm On Sep 25, 2020
There’s a lot I don’t know, but it seems to me that the best way to practice Christianity (the faith not the religion) is to do it the way Jesus Christ did. Or at least to do what he said in Luke 9:23(…Take up your cross and follow me) and Mark 12:31 (…You shall love your neighbour as yourself).

As you can guess, the first test for every Christian is to take up a cross and follow Christ. It didn’t say we should take up our neighbour’s cross. He said, take up YOUR cross. Now, we all have individual crosses, we have challenges that only we can and should bear. And leaving yours to carry another person’s cross isn’t only disobedient but inconvenient. I don’t know about you, but life is stressful enough as it is, and I only have Grace and strength for my cross.

However, it doesn’t only stop at carrying your cross. You have to do it with love and kindness in your heart. Years ago, I read a quote that said “Thank God we don’t look like what we’ve been through” and for some time, I thought it meant physically. But over time, I have realized the truth in that statement. And that is the second test.

How well do you love while bearing your cross?

God’s greatest commandment is to love one another just as He loves us. No matter what you go through, no matter how heavy your cross is, no matter how far you have carried it or how far you still have to take it; one thing remains: that you should not let the troubles of this world overcome you. That you should love just as Christ loves, and soon, you will reap the rewards of obedience.
Talking about rewards and love, one of the most rewarding decisions I made this year is to actively seek out a community where I can show and receive genuine love. This community has helped me grow spiritually, socially and financially. Now more than ever, it is crucial for Catholics to stick together, and that is what WOWCatholic.com is for.

WOWCatholic.com is the largest online Catholic community, and I encourage every Christian to join me. To sign up, please click this link and fill the form now.

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Religion / The True Test Of Christianity by Anelkanu2: 1:51pm On Sep 25, 2020
There’s a lot I don’t know, but it seems to me that the best way to practice Christianity (the faith not the religion) is to do it the way Jesus Christ did. Or at least to do what he said in Luke 9:23(…Take up your cross and follow me) and Mark 12:31 (…You shall love your neighbour as yourself).

As you can guess, the first test for every Christian is to take up a cross and follow Christ. It didn’t say we should take up our neighbour’s cross. He said, take up YOUR cross. Now, we all have individual crosses, we have challenges that only we can and should bear. And leaving yours to carry another person’s cross isn’t only disobedient but inconvenient. I don’t know about you, but life is stressful enough as it is, and I only have Grace and strength for my cross.

However, it doesn’t only stop at carrying your cross. You have to do it with love and kindness in your heart. Years ago, I read a quote that said “Thank God we don’t look like what we’ve been through” and for some time, I thought it meant physically. But over time, I have realized the truth in that statement. And that is the second test.

How well do you love while bearing your cross?

God’s greatest commandment is to love one another just as He loves us. No matter what you go through, no matter how heavy your cross is, no matter how far you have carried it or how far you still have to take it; one thing remains: that you should not let the troubles of this world overcome you. That you should love just as Christ loves, and soon, you will reap the rewards of obedience.
Talking about rewards and love, one of the most rewarding decisions I made this year is to actively seek out a community where I can show and receive genuine love. This community has helped me grow spiritually, socially and financially. Now more than ever, it is crucial for Catholics to stick together, and that is what WOWCatholic.com is for.

WOWCatholic.com is the largest online Catholic community, and I encourage every Christian to join me. To sign up, please click this link and fill the form now.

Thank you for reading and please share with your friends and family.

Don’t forget; Click here to sign up on WOWCatholic.com.

Religion / How To Reaffirm God’s Love For You In Your Down Moments? by Anelkanu2: 8:39am On Sep 14, 2020
“You don’t know my love language, Chris.” Anita said right before asking for a break from their 3-month relationship. Knowing your love language is one of the most important things in a relationship and most experts agree with this. Unlike Anita, God won’t break up with you, but for the sake of our growth in the faith, it is important to learn about love languages.



To answer your question on how you can reaffirm God's love for you, we will have to talk about two out of the five love languages. The love languages in focus are: quality time and words of affirmation.



Every relationship requires reciprocity and the one we have with God isn’t an exception. First, I’ll start by saying that it is okay to need reaffirmation. More often than not, we go through faith threatening situations. You know; situations where you wonder if God really loves you, situations that make you ask if there is a God ,or if you did something to wrong Him (You did, but he doesn’t hold it against you). I’ve been there a lot of times and I know first-hand the effects of fear on our faith in God.



In one of his sermons, Fada Oluoma said fear and faith have an inverse relationship and I wholehearted agree. The more faith you have, the less fear the enemy can plant in your heart. To reaffirm God’s love for you, three things have to be put in place.



The first is that you need to accept that you have survived all your down moments and you will survive this one because God is with you.



The next step is to decide that you can’t keep being on the defensive. What I mean here is that you can’t let the enemy always have his way in your heart. You have to make the conscious decision to fight back. And you can do this by building your faith. I’ll buttress my point with references to a passage from the Bible. Romans 10:17 says faith comes by hearing and hearing by the word of God.



The first statement says that faith comes from what is heard. What Anita needed from Chris was a consistent reminder that he still loved and adored her. Her love language is words of affirmation because her confidence comes from hearing. The same applies to us as Christians; God’s word is and should remain the source of our faith.



It gives me confidence to know that God is thinking about me. It gives me confidence that He loves me and has plans for me.



And the realization of this strengthens my faith. No matter what I go through, I know as long as my Father is thinking about me, I will be fine. But it does not stop with reading one or two passages. This is where we have to commit to God, not because he needs our commitment to bless us. But commitment to Him is for our benefit. The more time spent reading his Word, the greater our faith and eventually, the word will live in you. That is where quality time comes in.



I can testify to this. There are times when I got in trouble and the first thing that came to my mind was “it’s over”. But then, because I have read and reread God’s word to the extent that it lives and grows in me, I can recite any one that fits my situation and instantly, my faith conquers my fear.



The last step is to pray about your situation. Sometimes, the best way to tackle fear is by going to God in prayer. It works for me and it will work for you.



One other thing that has worked for me is joining WOWCatholic. WOWCatholic is a social media community for Christians and with over 30,000 registered users, the love has been overwhelming. There I have been encouraged, helped and cared for.



If you are not signed up on WOWCatholic.com, do so using this link https://www.wowcatholic.com/register and connect with other faithful around the world. The best part is that it’s free and you can earn when you refer your friends. Sign up and explore the many benefits of WOWCatholic.com

Literature / Amahle - Story By The Aniekan Umana by Anelkanu2: 8:27pm On Dec 09, 2019
"Now, I'm sure almost every superheroine you've heard of possesses some sort of superpower. Well, this isn't one of those stories. No, this is a story about a woman. The bravest woman I know. She took on the responsibility of saving the world, a part of the world".

I remember the night I heard this story, December 26th, 2008. My siblings and I had gone for our annual family retreat at our village, Ibiaku Uruan in Akwa Ibom. It used to be a 10-day vacation and activities like shopping, swimming in the streams, crowded sleepovers, catching up with relatives and drinking freshly tapped palm wine always made my list of anticipated events. "Leave no second unplanned" my cousin, Akan, would say. Yes, we were very excited. Still, nobody was as enthusiastic as my Grammy, hosting her grandchildren was her favourite thing to do.

We arrived on the 23rd, kicked off the retreat with love and then assigned roles for the activities. Everything was on track, until the night of the 26th, that night, we had plans for a movie night and some homemade snacks. I was in charge of tech support, which is short for "make sure the TV and every other thing works fine". I did my job fine, in fact, I had six movies lined up just in case 'my village people' wanted to surprise me. Everything was set, my twin cousins, Akan, Bassey and I carried the generator far out just in case the power went out, we wouldn't have to waste any time getting back on track. As predicted, the power went out 54 minutes into the first movie. We rushed out to turn the generator on and to our shock, the battery was dead. It's 8:26 pm, and we don't have a spare battery, there's no light in the house, and we all rested well during the day.

You could hear the children sigh and cuss the power distribution company out. After about 20 minutes of grumbling and pretending to have a solution to the problem, we decided to sit out and enjoy the good energy in our beautiful village. Mind you, we still had a lot of snacks left for the movie night. So, we're all perambulating outside and my grammy, tired of the heat inside, walks out of the house to catch some air. Being the curious one, I walk over and ask her how they managed when there were no television sets or VCD's. "I mean, life must have been tough and boring", I said. She had a grin I didn't trust, that basically meant "Etekamba, you have no idea what your generation is missing". She explained how her parents, second uncles and third aunties would gather everyone around and tell them stories. Stories that didn't just excite but taught life lessons, life lessons that guided them as they grew up. Her passion for storytelling made me want to travel back and listen to all these amazing stories. So, I asked her if she'd be willing to tell me a story. She was a storyteller, it was in her DNA, and I guess she really missed teaching history. Anyway, I'll try to tell the story that changed my life. Here goes

"Now, I'm sure almost every superheroine you've heard of possesses some sort of superpower. Well, this isn't one of those stories. No, this is a story about a woman, a brave woman that took on the responsibility of saving the world, a part of the world. Amy was born in the year 1920 to her parents. Well, to her father basically. Her father, Jabulani, was a heavily bearded ship merchant's apprentice from the Southern part of Africa while her mother, Elna, was a beautiful seamstress from Ethiopia. They met in 1919 during one of his travels and somehow immediately connected. It was the irony of "True love survives all" as the Ethiopians didn't permit inter-tribal marriages and Elna's parents would never allow her daughter get married to a man that wasn't half as wealthy as he was. But like most true love stories, nothing was going to stop them from being together. So they snuck around as much as they could, and within two months of courting, Elna got pregnant and had to elope with her lover to Southern Africa. They were inseparable, and Amy was going to be their love child.

But then, things don't usually go the way we want them to, Elna went into labour like every normal pregnant woman, baby Amy took a lot of effort and about 26 hours to come out. She was so cute and a blessing in her parent's eyes. Her father called her Amahle, which meant The Beautiful One in his language because, in reality, she was a copy of her mother. Three days after childbirth, Elna started complaining about feeling unwell. Before the illness could be diagnosed, she died of internal bleeding. It was like a dark cloud had covered Jabulani's entire universe, he was in so much pain that he refused to eat or come out of his room. Everything changed about him and who could blame him? The pain of losing someone close to your heart can make you lose yourself, and that is what happened. Jabulani didn't openly blame baby Amy, but it was apparent that he felt some regret about her birth. Some people say he tried his best to love her, but I assume he didn't try well enough. He kept spiralling, lost weight, became bitter and filled with hate, he finally took his own life when Amy was 2 years old. Left an orphan, her mother's best friend, Annika adopted her and continued living in Southern Africa. Amy grew to be as beautiful as her mother.

They became very close as they both grew, and Annika never brought up the fact that she wasn't Amy's mother. 18 years after Amy was adopted, Annika became sick with a sporadic and terminal form of the Ganu virus. This form ravaged through Africa and slowly killed about 780,000 people in its wake, for some, it went by fast, and for others, it took some time. When Amy found out her mother had been infected and had about 7 years to live, she started asking about a cure. She would have to go through 5 years of tertiary schooling and publish a lot of papers to stand a chance to win a grant to start her own research lab. But none of that mattered because she was more than motivated to do everything for her only family. She gained admission to study Biochemistry, alongside, work as a laboratory assistant for one of the most foremost contributors to the progress of the field, at the University of Cape Town.

Taking care of her ailing mother and studying wasn't as easy as she thought and so she visited home often. Three days to her convocation and she received a letter from the sponsors of the grant, and like a dream, she was in. She now had the resources to start her own lab and try out her ideas and solutions. Unable to contain the excitement, she travelled home to inform her mother that everything was going to be alright. But life was leaving Annika, she got pale and could no longer bear the pain, she knew she had to tell Amy the truth about her birth mother, and so, she did. Amy didn't take it too well, and so she stormed out and went back to school for her graduation. The night she finally got home, she tried to patch things up with her mother. "Sleep well", she ended their 3-hour conversation with, as she tucked her in. She had no idea how well her mother would sleep. Annika died that night, at the age of 65.

The death changed Amy, like her father, she was broken, busted and disgusted at hope. She spiralled for some time and then one day she gets wind that a 9-year old girl in her village was raising money to get her mums medication for a different form of the Ganu virus that caused her mother's death. Realising she could no longer waste her knowledge, rage, abilities and gifts, she decided to reopen the lab. She put everything into making progress in the search for the cure, and after a few years, she finally did. She found a cure and saved countless lives across the globe as the disease had spread as far as China and India. Her discovery earned her several awards and accolades, and she lived a long and happy life.

My grammy ended the story by telling us that Amy migrated from Southern African to Southern Nigeria a few months after she found the cure. By the time my grammy was done, we were all gobsmacked at the story of the life of Amy. We were given time to share life lessons before going into the next story. For me, Amy's story teaches many things, and the most important lesson for me is that real success comes from solving problems.
Religion / How Does God Work? by Anelkanu2: 7:12pm On Nov 30, 2019
The year is 2013, Tari is in his 3rd year in the university, and after years of negligence on his faith in God, he decided to be more faithful. So, he starts paying his Tithe, cleaning the church and even gets baptised. He’s not the most righteous person, but from a distance, you can see he is making an effort. Everything is going great, he feels a connection to God and then a few months into his third year, Tari gets expelled. Yes, instead of being rewarded with all the good things of life, at 19, Tari loses three years of his life, and the only words out of his mouth are” God, why me?”.

Recently, I decided to read the entire Bible. Yes, from Genesis to Revelation (well, I’m only three books in but still…). Taking my faith in God seriously has been one of the best decisions I’ve made in my 24 years on earth. Being born into a Christian home and having parents who love and trust God like their lives depend on Him didn’t leave me much of choice as a child. But my decision to get closer to my God is one I made out of necessity. Truth is, you and I didn’t create ourselves, and so we are not self-sufficient. We have a purpose on earth, and to fulfil that purpose, we need some guidance from the one who created us.

I like to think that God and I understand each other and whatever I ask, he gives, but there are times I have had my doubts if someone is watching and listening and if there is, does HE care? I know most of us have had those questions and uncertainties, and it’s okay. But really, one question that has been on my mind lately is “How does God work?”. And I’m not asking this because I want to be God or anything like that. I mean, I am ambitious but not that ambitious. My curiosity for the complex working of our creator stems from a desire to get closer to God. Because If I can get closer to Him, then maybe I can understand why everything happens the way they do.

I have always been this way, right from my early years as a child; I would always go through my parent’s things. Call it sheer curiosity, but I thought that if I had more insight into what was going on their lives, then I would know what to ask for, how to help or what to do (or maybe it's just curiosity). And that is what led to me take up reading the entire Bible. Three books in and I already know what the answer is going to be. GOD WORKS IN MYSTERIOUS WAYS. Which is why when you think you have figured Him out, something happens to reset all the data and evidence you have. And for the first time in my life, I have accepted that maybe it is best if I don’t try to understand God.

So, for anyone that has had the same question, I suggest you Trust and Love God instead, knowing fully well that no matter what happens, He has the best in store for you.

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Literature / Re: Snatched: Heart Of A Wanderer, Soul Of A Lover. Short Story By The Aniekan Umana by Anelkanu2: 9:04pm On Nov 29, 2019
Lol, it's ok.

What do you think?
cRobo:
Sory? Instead of story

First word I saw in your whole write up

Sorry
Literature / Re: Snatched: Heart Of A Wanderer, Soul Of A Lover. Short Story By The Aniekan Umana by Anelkanu2: 9:04pm On Nov 29, 2019
That's nice. thank you. I'll definitely chack it out.

soberdrunk:
Bravo Bravo!! grin Just made me feeling nostalgic, as if I was reading my favourite novel of all time, Time Changes Yesterday" by Nyengi Koin angry
Literature / Snatched: Heart Of A Wanderer, Soul Of A Lover. Short Story By The Aniekan Umana by Anelkanu2: 8:51pm On Nov 29, 2019
It was supposed to be my first marriage, and I had never been that thrilled to lose my freedom. That week, I woke up with a smile and went to sleep with a laugh. My dreams were different, and the universe was definitely on my side, even a blind man could see it. 14th of February, 1995 was supposed to be the day my life would change forever. Well, it did change but not in the way you'd expect. Her name was Vivian, and I loved her with every fibre of my being.



We had been together for a while, and like most happy and worthwhile relationships, I started from the friend zone. Everything about our love was uncanny and pure. We met at her uncle's birthday celebration, at the time I was a 21-year old and had taken up a job as a caterer, so I could earn some money for business school. It was clear that we were from different worlds, her father was a billionaire hedge fund manager in upstate New York and my father? Well, he was a Nigerian immigrant who had died in an accident while sweeping the floors of a factory.


Maybe that's what attracted us to each other, the fact that we had different lives. I had next to nothing, and Vee had almost everything. I'll admit, I knew guys like me don't usually get girls like her, but...one time, I wanted to feel loved and she unquestionably defined love.



It was a love tale as old as time, her parents didn't approve of our friendship, and they consequently objected to our relationship. "You can't be with that man," her father told her every other day. She was warned to stay away from the "Nigga", and I was asked to only date someone from my income class and race. "What has the money or skin colour got to do with love?" she asked me on one of our picnics. Even though I was consumed with love, I knew her parents were somewhat right. A beautiful lady like Vivian deserved a man that could take care of her, and I wasn't that man, not by a long shot, at least not yet.



I remember the day I lost her like it was yesterday. The events leading up to her demise started on her 25th birthday, 11th July 1994. I had saved up some money, and I wanted to show her a good time. It wasn't enough to travel halfway around the world, but I could afford to rent a small boat. As usual, she had to sneak out of their estate, but her father had noticed the late nights and frequent letters, and so he knew we were still together.


Truth be told, I wasn't scared of some white guy with money, I was a black student in a predominantly racist society, I had faced worse. What I was afraid of was getting Vivian in any trouble, though she was daring, her father still had some control over her. Being a control freak, he ordered her for the umpteenth never to see me again or...well, I can't remember the other thing he said because it didn't matter. She decided that nothing was going to stop us from being together. Upset by his obsession with control, Vee said to me "Wole, I want to have your baby, I want us to have a child. Surely, he can't hate his own grandchild".



I couldn't say no to her. I mean, I wanted to, as a Christian and as a concerned boyfriend. I knew she wanted the best for us but getting pregnant out of wedlock and by a black man was one of the worst things that could happen to her and me. I always wanted to be with Vee. Underneath my fear for my safety, I wanted to be with her, as a family.


It wasn't our first time or last time, but that was the one that counted. We felt everything, from the first touch to the final thrust, we knew it was meant to be. I didn't have the means to take care of a baby, but she convinced me that we'd figure it out, like everything else.



Two weeks after her birthday, she confirmed she was pregnant. Everything started to get real, we decided to tell her parents together, and as expected, they were distraught. What we didn't expect however were the words that came out of her father's mouth "You're going to have to get rid of that abomination". At first, I thought he was just upset, I felt that if he had his mind settled, he'd come to realise that every child is a blessing.


On the other hand, I wasn't going to let another human dictate what I would do with my child. So, I fought back, and we had our first standoff. My bravery made Vee proud, she said nobody had ever stood up for her the way I did, she called me her hero, and I knew I couldn't back down now. I may have acted tough on the outside, but inside, I knew this wasn't going to end peacefully.



He was as stubborn as he was mischievous and being an influential figure, I was arrested and to be tried for kidnap and rape. The case would never make it to trial, being accused alone would be my end. I was ready to die for Vee, I knew I'd never survive 3 days once the charges were made public. I loved her so much I couldn't imagine a future without her.


Stuck with the decision of abortion or my death, Vivian agreed to do the abortion on the condition that I will be set free. But she wasn't planning on destroying the one thing we shared together, and so we eloped after my release. With no plan, no connections and not enough money, we moved to Nigeria and decided to have our baby here. Everything was finally okay, I thought.



But I was wrong, getting Vee pregnant was the beginning of the darkest period of my life. A week to Valentine’s Day, Vivian started complaining of abdominal pains, but she ruled it as "normal". We had planned to get married on the 14th of February, it only seemed befitting for our kind of love. I had managed to get a good job with my degree, turns out Nigeria treated foreign attained degrees like gold.


On the morning of our wedding day, Vivian, in her white dress looking like a Queen that she was, said the pain was increasing and we'd need to see a doctor after the wedding. The ceremony was amazing and attended by our friends and well-wishers. It was better than what I always dreamed it would be, and I knew I had found my definition of joy. We went over to the hospital at about 4 pm that day and then it happened. After preliminary tests by the doctor, it appeared that things were more severe than we thought.



My wife had developed complications, and the baby needed to be delivered prematurely, in less than 8 hours, or we would lose it. I couldn't take it all in, everything was happening so fast. From a beautiful wedding to a life-threatening operation? This was supposed to be the day that the Lord had made, why was this happening? For 6 years, I had dreamt about raising a family with Vivian, and now that I eventually get the chance, this happens?



There was no time to think, and so I asked the doctor to go ahead with the caesarean section. My wife couldn't stop crying, and till today, I don't know which was more painful, the abdominal pains or our misfortune. By 6 pm, they had proceeded to the surgery room. I spent the whole time praying and promising God a lot of things, I only needed my wife out and healthy.


Three long hours after, the exhausted doctor comes out, and before he says anything, I asked: "Doctor, how is my family?” It would've felt good to say those words, but that day it felt horrible to ask, considering the circumstances. "I have good news and bad news, sir," the doctor said. My heart dropped.



"We were able to save your daughter but your wife, but ... we lost your wife, sir". The doctor said. I couldn't breathe for about 10 seconds, my vision went cloudy, I started sweating so much, my head was light, and my feet couldn't keep me up, I passed out. I woke a few moments later, hoping it was some bad dream, praying that my love was alive and smiling at our baby. I needed more time, she was the reason I woke up every day. I loved her since the first day I set my eyes on her, and I wasn't ready to let her go this early.


We had been through so much, we were supposed to have the rest of our lives to figure this world out. My wife died on our wedding day, the same day our daughter was born. She didn't even get to see our daughter. I had already been through too much, everything was wrong. I didn't even get to say goodbye, I never get to say goodbye. "Why would God do this to us? We didn't deserve this". I asked.



The next two months took a downturn in my life, I had lost everything, and I never really got over the guilt of Vee's death. My Vivian would be alive if I didn't get her pregnant. Vee's death broke my spirit, undoubtedly. Life as I knew it was over. I couldn't look at the baby during the time she spent in the incubator. I missed work often, and I knew my life had changed forever. I was only 27 and already a widower, with a newborn. What else could life do to me?


I eventually picked up my daughter on the due date, and even though the love was beginning to come back, nothing could replace the emptiness my Vivian left. After a lot of deliberation, I decided to name my daughter Moradeke, which means "I have found the crown to pamper". She is the spitting image of my Vivian.


Till this day, I write a letter to her every valentine's day. I'll always love my Vee, and if I were to do life again, I'd choose her, no matter the consequences. Though short-lived, she made me know what love is, she made me feel what love is. What my relationship with Vee taught me is that we never really have time, and if you have someone you truly love, let them know today.

If you enjoyed the sory, then follow me on social media @theaniekanumana for more. Also leave your comments so we can discuss.
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Nairaland / General / The Story I Didn't Tell. Only For Creatives And People In Business. by Anelkanu2: 2:51am On Jun 11, 2019
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Health / What To Do When Nothing Is Working By Theaniekanumana by Anelkanu2: 3:48pm On May 17, 2019
What To Do When Nothing Is Working

By TheAniekanUmana

"One of the most difficult things to manage in your life is what to do when you fall." More often than not, people always ask me why the majority of my role models are part of the 1% club. Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, JK Rowling, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jack Ma, T. D. Jakes, Les Brown, Jim Rohn, Aliko Dangote, Earl Nightingale etc. For a while, I thought it was because of the wealth, I mean, "You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with" And to be honest, I've always wanted to be as wealthy if not more prosperous than them. Don't get me wrong, I still do, but recently, I have come to realise that the reason I spend so much time listening and studying these winners is that they have made it through something we're all going through. Maybe not on the same scale but you'll agree that falling is the most challenging thing we have to deal with in life. So, what do you do when everything you do does not seem to work?


I have always been adventurous, a risk addict and a lover of challenges, if you may. Going the most travelled path has never been my strongest suit and as much as the world glorifies the square pegs in round holes, what we don't hear about is that to finally fit in, square pegs have to shed a piece of themselves. A mentor once told time that of 10 chances you take, 9 of them will fail and I only just confirmed the truth in the statement. I'm not an expert on failure, but here's one thing I learned a couple of days ago. I was determined to find out what to do after a massive fall, and as always, I couldn't find the answers in this realm and so I decided to try another domain, it was revealed to me in my sleep that the one thing we can keep doing when we fail or fall is to KEEP DREAMING BIG. Funny right? But I have discovered that most people don't achieve anything worthwhile in life because they give up too soon. You may have failed in the past, and you think you probably lost everything, but you didn't. You have your life and trust me when I say this, you are one of the lucky ones. Don't give up and keep dreaming big.

"Longevity isn't just a privilege, it's an opportunity" By TheAniekanUmana


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To find out how to reactivate your dreams, Read https://www.theaniekanumana.com/2019/05/7-steps-to-win-every-battle-every-time.html
Business / Are You Tired Of Going Broke And Not Having Any Savings? by Anelkanu2: 3:39pm On May 17, 2019
I learned a lot of lessons growing up, but financial discipline was one that always evaded me. I recently started reading books on how to build wealth and turn my fortunes around. Every book talked about saving a part of your monthly income, and I decided to start saving, did my research, and I discovered PiggyVest. I have finally developed the habit of saving, and truly, my life has been 100 times better since then. I recommend PiggyVest to anyone looking to build the habit of saving. PiggyVest won't only help you save, but you will earn money on your savings and investments.

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Business / What To Do When Nothing Is Working By Theaniekanumana by Anelkanu2: 3:29pm On May 17, 2019
What To Do When Nothing Is Working

By TheAniekanUmana

"One of the most difficult things to manage in your life is what to do when you fall." More often than not, people always ask me why the majority of my role models are part of the 1% club. Steve Jobs, Mark Cuban, JK Rowling, Bill Gates, Elon Musk, Jack Ma, T. D. Jakes, Les Brown, Jim Rohn, Aliko Dangote, Earl Nightingale etc. For a while, I thought it was because of the wealth, I mean, "You're the average of the five people you spend the most time with" And to be honest, I've always wanted to be as wealthy if not more prosperous than them. Don't get me wrong, I still do, but recently, I have come to realise that the reason I spend so much time listening and studying these winners is that they have made it through something we're all going through. Maybe not on the same scale but you'll agree that falling is the most challenging thing we have to deal with in life. So, what do you do when everything you do does not seem to work?


I have always been adventurous, a risk addict and a lover of challenges, if you may. Going the most travelled path has never been my strongest suit and as much as the world glorifies the square pegs in round holes, what we don't hear about is that to finally fit in, square pegs have to shed a piece of themselves. A mentor once told time that of 10 chances you take, 9 of them will fail and I only just confirmed the truth in the statement. I'm not an expert on failure, but here's one thing I learned a couple of days ago. I was determined to find out what to do after a massive fall, and as always, I couldn't find the answers in this realm and so I decided to try another domain, it was revealed to me in my sleep that the one thing we can keep doing when we fail or fall is to KEEP DREAMING BIG. Funny right? But I have discovered that most people don't achieve anything worthwhile in life because they give up too soon. You may have failed in the past, and you think you probably lost everything, but you didn't. You have your life and trust me when I say this, you are one of the lucky ones. Don't give up and keep dreaming big.

"Longevity isn't just a privilege, it's an opportunity" By TheAniekanUmana


I want to know, what dreams do you have or are you going to reactivate. Talk me by clicking this link /2347061554392.

To find out how to reactivate your dreams, Read https://www.theaniekanumana.com/2019/05/7-steps-to-win-every-battle-every-time.html

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Business / Re: If I Lend You N50,000 What Can You Do With It ? by Anelkanu2: 9:20pm On Jan 25, 2019
I would invest in my startup, emall.ng. To return in 3 months.

ExpiredNigeria:
It's not much but, it's something. If you know N50,000 can help you, I might consider to lend you 50k if your idea is good enough. Go on and convince me
Business / For Aspiring And Existing Business Owners: 5 Ways Nigerian Sellers/ Entrepreneur by Anelkanu2: 7:57pm On Jan 24, 2019
No matter what business you’re into, selling should be your top priority as it is for other entrepreneurs in the same market as you. A mentor once told me that the market you’re selling to is either buying from you, buying from your competitors or still dormant and it is your job to spend every waking hour trying to capture them. Well, I have spent a few months watching and interacting with Nigerian entrepreneurs from different markets, ran a poll to find out why most customers don’t buy from them and came up with this article to explain the top reasons and recommendations on how to sell more.

Pricing: On the top of our list is pricing and there are 3 reasons the pricing of your products is on top. I’ll explain with a personal story. On a nice Saturday evening, I was on Twitter catching up with news and all that. Scrolling through, I saw an ad for a nice Nigerian-made shoe and I was instantly intrigued. I knew I had to get one, the shoe had a wealthy feel to it, you know, one of those shoes you wear and you feel like a million bucks. Never really bought anything from a social media vendor so I thought I’d try for the first time. I had heard of increasing rate of scams but I really loved this shoe. Opened the tweet hoping I’d see an affordable price and to my surprise, there was nothing except “DM for the price”.

I mean, I had a lot of things on my plate and the last thing I needed was asking for the price for a shoe. Anyway, I’m a sucker for fine things so I obliged and I DM’d and after a tough negotiation, we arrived at ₦18, 000 (~ $50). Convinced I had gotten a good deal, I sent the money to the seller and he said I’d have my order delivered in a week. As promised, the shoe was delivered and I was impressed. I wore it to work, looking all fresh and happy and on my way back home, a co-worker recognized the shoe and we got talking. One thing led to another and he inquired about the cost and when I told him, he said he paid ₦21, 000, the same week I paid for mine. Yeah, you can imagine the disappointment he felt knowing he didn’t get a good deal. He swore never to patronize the brand anymore and I couldn’t blame him, he felt cheated and this leads me to the recommendations.

Don’t ask your clients to DM for the price, it’s a turnoff. I wouldn’t have bothered if I wasn’t interested in getting a new shoe for my first day back at the job. Put the price upfront and know that anybody that shows interest is ready to purchase your product. The attention of most humans is 6 seconds and you’re losing them with the DM thing. The best option is to sell through an -commerce platform where you can upload the prices and have a database.

Have a stable price. There’s no better way to say this and you stand a chance of losing customers as well as incurring real scandals if your buyers feel cheated because you were trying to squeeze a deal.
I can’t tell you how much to sell your product but starting out, you need to make your products affordable, at least for your market.

Customer service: This is as important as pricing and a friend had to learn this the hard way. He sells gadgets online and we met up for breakfast one morning. Filled with regret, he spent the first 3 minutes complaining of how he lost out on a ₦210, 000 deal and when I pressed for more information, I found out he didn’t serve the customer the right way. I won’t go into details but customer service is important and luckily for you, I am organizing a practical training for entrepreneurs and customer service agents and you can benefit from this training for a token of ₦1500. Send a text (Whatsapp or normal text) to 07061554392 for details. Limited slots available.

Trust Issues: This is something most Nigerian entrepreneurs and customers have a problem with. I recall a lot of times I saw a product I really liked and was willing to pay but because I had heard stories of people getting scammed, I decided it play it safe than sorry. Selling on social media is a good development but selling on social media alone is bad for your business and I’ll list the problem as well as recommend a lasting and affordable solution.

Very often, there is always the problem of who’ll commit first. Pay on delivery or pay before delivery. I have been in this situation a couple of times myself and after a lot of deliberation and complains, I decided to start emall.ng, an e-commerce platform that supports peer-to-peer sales of all kinds of products. We secure all transactions through our escrow service, we also help you extend your reach and increase sales by spending on paid promotions. Also, we offer marketing tips from experts and all of these for a 5% commission rate which is negotiable. There is no losing when you sell through emall.ng. Sign up now through www.emall.ng/user-signup and upload through www.emall.ng/upload-product. Also, with your own dashboard and other amazing features, you get total control of your account.

Bonus Tip: You need to turn your business into a brand. The difference between Gucci and other businesses in the apparel industry is that one is a brand while others are businesses. Good news, emall.ng can help with that.

Politics / 5 Ways Nigerian Sellers/ Entrepreneurs Can Increase Their Business Sales. by Anelkanu2: 9:58pm On Dec 30, 2018
No matter what business you’re into, selling should be your top priority as it is for other entrepreneurs in the same market as you. A mentor once told me that the market you’re selling to is either buying from you, buying from your competitors or still dormant and it is your job to spend every waking hour trying to capture them. Well, I have spent a few months watching and interacting with Nigerian entrepreneurs from different markets, ran a poll to find out why most customers don’t buy from them and came up with this article to explain the top reasons and recommendations on how to sell more.

Pricing: On the top of our list is pricing and there are 3 reasons the pricing of your products is on top. I’ll explain with a personal story. On a nice Saturday evening, I was on Twitter catching up with news and all that. Scrolling through, I saw an ad for a nice Nigerian-made shoe and I was instantly intrigued. I knew I had to get one, the shoe had a wealthy feel to it, you know, one of those shoes you wear and you feel like a million bucks. Never really bought anything from a social media vendor so I thought I’d try for the first time. I had heard of increasing rate of scams but I really loved this shoe. Opened the tweet hoping I’d see an affordable price and to my surprise, there was nothing except “DM for the price”.

I mean, I had a lot of things on my plate and the last thing I needed was asking for the price for a shoe. Anyway, I’m a sucker for fine things so I obliged and I DM’d and after a tough negotiation, we arrived at ₦18, 000 (~ $50). Convinced I had gotten a good deal, I sent the money to the seller and he said I’d have my order delivered in a week. As promised, the shoe was delivered and I was impressed. I wore it to work, looking all fresh and happy and on my way back home, a co-worker recognized the shoe and we got talking. One thing led to another and he inquired about the cost and when I told him, he said he paid ₦21, 000, the same week I paid for mine. Yeah, you can imagine the disappointment he felt knowing he didn’t get a good deal. He swore never to patronize the brand anymore and I couldn’t blame him, he felt cheated and this leads me to the recommendations.

Don’t ask your clients to DM for the price, it’s a turnoff. I wouldn’t have bothered if I wasn’t interested in getting a new shoe for my first day back at the job. Put the price upfront and know that anybody that shows interest is ready to purchase your product. The attention of most humans is 6 seconds and you’re losing them with the DM thing. The best option is to sell through an -commerce platform where you can upload the prices and have a database.
Have a stable price. There’s no better way to say this and you stand a chance of losing customers as well as incurring real scandals if your buyers feel cheated because you were trying to squeeze a deal.
I can’t tell you how much to sell your product but starting out, you need to make your products affordable, at least for your market.
Customer service: This is as important as pricing and a friend had to learn this the hard way. He sells gadgets online and we met up for breakfast one morning. Filled with regret, he spent the first 3 minutes complaining of how he lost out on a ₦210, 000 deal and when I pressed for more information, I found out he didn’t serve the customer the right way. I won’t go into details but customer service is important and luckily for you, I am organizing a practical training for entrepreneurs and customer service agents and you can benefit from this training for a token of ₦1500. Send a text (Whatsapp or normal text) to 07061554392 for details. Limited slots available.


A quote by Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos. “Customer service should not be a department, It should be the entire company”
Trust Issues: This is something most Nigerian entrepreneurs and customers have a problem with. I recall a lot of times I saw a product I really liked and was willing to pay but because I had heard stories of people getting scammed, I decided it play it safe than sorry. Selling on social media is a good development but selling on social media alone is bad for your business and I’ll list the problem as well as recommend a lasting and affordable solution.

Very often, there is always the problem of who’ll commit first. Pay on delivery or pay before delivery. I have been in this situation a couple of times myself and after a lot of deliberation and complains, I decided to start emall.ng, an e-commerce platform that supports peer-to-peer sales of all kinds of products. We secure all transactions through our escrow service, we also help you extend your reach and increase sales by spending on paid promotions. Also, we offer marketing tips from experts and all of these for a 5% commission rate which is negotiable. There is no losing when you sell through emall.ng. Sign up now through www.emall.ng/user-signup and upload through www.emall.ng/upload-product. Also, with your own dashboard and other amazing features, you get total control of your account.

Bonus Tip: You need to turn your business into a brand. The difference between Gucci and other businesses in the apparel industry is that one is a brand while others are businesses. Good news, emall.ng can help with that.
Jobs/Vacancies / 5 Ways Nigerian Sellers/ Entrepreneurs Can Increase Their Business Sales. by Anelkanu2: 9:50pm On Dec 30, 2018
No matter what business you’re into, selling should be your top priority as it is for other entrepreneurs in the same market as you. A mentor once told me that the market you’re selling to is either buying from you, buying from your competitors or still dormant and it is your job to spend every waking hour trying to capture them. Well, I have spent a few months watching and interacting with Nigerian entrepreneurs from different markets, ran a poll to find out why most customers don’t buy from them and came up with this article to explain the top reasons and recommendations on how to sell more.

Pricing: On the top of our list is pricing and there are 3 reasons the pricing of your products is on top. I’ll explain with a personal story. On a nice Saturday evening, I was on Twitter catching up with news and all that. Scrolling through, I saw an ad for a nice Nigerian-made shoe and I was instantly intrigued. I knew I had to get one, the shoe had a wealthy feel to it, you know, one of those shoes you wear and you feel like a million bucks. Never really bought anything from a social media vendor so I thought I’d try for the first time. I had heard of increasing rate of scams but I really loved this shoe. Opened the tweet hoping I’d see an affordable price and to my surprise, there was nothing except “DM for the price”.

I mean, I had a lot of things on my plate and the last thing I needed was asking for the price for a shoe. Anyway, I’m a sucker for fine things so I obliged and I DM’d and after a tough negotiation, we arrived at ₦18, 000 (~ $50). Convinced I had gotten a good deal, I sent the money to the seller and he said I’d have my order delivered in a week. As promised, the shoe was delivered and I was impressed. I wore it to work, looking all fresh and happy and on my way back home, a co-worker recognized the shoe and we got talking. One thing led to another and he inquired about the cost and when I told him, he said he paid ₦21, 000, the same week I paid for mine. Yeah, you can imagine the disappointment he felt knowing he didn’t get a good deal. He swore never to patronize the brand anymore and I couldn’t blame him, he felt cheated and this leads me to the recommendations.

Don’t ask your clients to DM for the price, it’s a turnoff. I wouldn’t have bothered if I wasn’t interested in getting a new shoe for my first day back at the job. Put the price upfront and know that anybody that shows interest is ready to purchase your product. The attention of most humans is 6 seconds and you’re losing them with the DM thing. The best option is to sell through an -commerce platform where you can upload the prices and have a database.
Have a stable price. There’s no better way to say this and you stand a chance of losing customers as well as incurring real scandals if your buyers feel cheated because you were trying to squeeze a deal.
I can’t tell you how much to sell your product but starting out, you need to make your products affordable, at least for your market.
Customer service: This is as important as pricing and a friend had to learn this the hard way. He sells gadgets online and we met up for breakfast one morning. Filled with regret, he spent the first 3 minutes complaining of how he lost out on a ₦210, 000 deal and when I pressed for more information, I found out he didn’t serve the customer the right way. I won’t go into details but customer service is important and luckily for you, I am organizing a practical training for entrepreneurs and customer service agents and you can benefit from this training for a token of ₦1500. Send a text (Whatsapp or normal text) to 07061554392 for details. Limited slots available.


A quote by Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos. “Customer service should not be a department, It should be the entire company”
Trust Issues: This is something most Nigerian entrepreneurs and customers have a problem with. I recall a lot of times I saw a product I really liked and was willing to pay but because I had heard stories of people getting scammed, I decided it play it safe than sorry. Selling on social media is a good development but selling on social media alone is bad for your business and I’ll list the problem as well as recommend a lasting and affordable solution.

Very often, there is always the problem of who’ll commit first. Pay on delivery or pay before delivery. I have been in this situation a couple of times myself and after a lot of deliberation and complains, I decided to start emall.ng, an e-commerce platform that supports peer-to-peer sales of all kinds of products. We secure all transactions through our escrow service, we also help you extend your reach and increase sales by spending on paid promotions. Also, we offer marketing tips from experts and all of these for a 5% commission rate which is negotiable. There is no losing when you sell through emall.ng. Sign up now through www.emall.ng/user-signup and upload through www.emall.ng/upload-product. Also, with your own dashboard and other amazing features, you get total control of your account.

Bonus Tip: You need to turn your business into a brand. The difference between Gucci and other businesses in the apparel industry is that one is a brand while others are businesses. Good news, emall.ng can help with that.
Business / 5 Ways Nigerian Sellers/ Entrepreneurs Can Increase Their Business Sales. by Anelkanu2: 9:32pm On Dec 30, 2018
No matter what business you’re into, selling should be your top priority as it is for other entrepreneurs in the same market as you. A mentor once told me that the market you’re selling to is either buying from you, buying from your competitors or still dormant and it is your job to spend every waking hour trying to capture them. Well, I have spent a few months watching and interacting with Nigerian entrepreneurs from different markets, ran a poll to find out why most customers don’t buy from them and came up with this article to explain the top reasons and recommendations on how to sell more.

Pricing: On the top of our list is pricing and there are 3 reasons the pricing of your products is on top. I’ll explain with a personal story. On a nice Saturday evening, I was on Twitter catching up with news and all that. Scrolling through, I saw an ad for a nice Nigerian-made shoe and I was instantly intrigued. I knew I had to get one, the shoe had a wealthy feel to it, you know, one of those shoes you wear and you feel like a million bucks. Never really bought anything from a social media vendor so I thought I’d try for the first time. I had heard of increasing rate of scams but I really loved this shoe. Opened the tweet hoping I’d see an affordable price and to my surprise, there was nothing except “DM for the price”.

I mean, I had a lot of things on my plate and the last thing I needed was asking for the price for a shoe. Anyway, I’m a sucker for fine things so I obliged and I DM’d and after a tough negotiation, we arrived at ₦18, 000 (~ $50). Convinced I had gotten a good deal, I sent the money to the seller and he said I’d have my order delivered in a week. As promised, the shoe was delivered and I was impressed. I wore it to work, looking all fresh and happy and on my way back home, a co-worker recognized the shoe and we got talking. One thing led to another and he inquired about the cost and when I told him, he said he paid ₦21, 000, the same week I paid for mine. Yeah, you can imagine the disappointment he felt knowing he didn’t get a good deal. He swore never to patronize the brand anymore and I couldn’t blame him, he felt cheated and this leads me to the recommendations.

Don’t ask your clients to DM for the price, it’s a turnoff. I wouldn’t have bothered if I wasn’t interested in getting a new shoe for my first day back at the job. Put the price upfront and know that anybody that shows interest is ready to purchase your product. The attention of most humans is 6 seconds and you’re losing them with the DM thing. The best option is to sell through an -commerce platform where you can upload the prices and have a database.
Have a stable price. There’s no better way to say this and you stand a chance of losing customers as well as incurring real scandals if your buyers feel cheated because you were trying to squeeze a deal.
I can’t tell you how much to sell your product but starting out, you need to make your products affordable, at least for your market.
Customer service: This is as important as pricing and a friend had to learn this the hard way. He sells gadgets online and we met up for breakfast one morning. Filled with regret, he spent the first 3 minutes complaining of how he lost out on a ₦210, 000 deal and when I pressed for more information, I found out he didn’t serve the customer the right way. I won’t go into details but customer service is important and luckily for you, I am organizing a practical training for entrepreneurs and customer service agents and you can benefit from this training for a token of ₦1500. Send a text (Whatsapp or normal text) to 07061554392 for details. Limited slots available.


A quote by Tony Hsieh, CEO of Zappos. “Customer service should not be a department, It should be the entire company”
Trust Issues: This is something most Nigerian entrepreneurs and customers have a problem with. I recall a lot of times I saw a product I really liked and was willing to pay but because I had heard stories of people getting scammed, I decided it play it safe than sorry. Selling on social media is a good development but selling on social media alone is bad for your business and I’ll list the problem as well as recommend a lasting and affordable solution.

Very often, there is always the problem of who’ll commit first. Pay on delivery or pay before delivery. I have been in this situation a couple of times myself and after a lot of deliberation and complains, I decided to start emall.ng, an e-commerce platform that supports peer-to-peer sales of all kinds of products. We secure all transactions through our escrow service, we also help you extend your reach and increase sales by spending on paid promotions. Also, we offer marketing tips from experts and all of these for a 5% commission rate which is negotiable. There is no losing when you sell through emall.ng. Sign up now through www.emall.ng/user-signup and upload through www.emall.ng/upload-product. Also, with your own dashboard and other amazing features, you get total control of your account.

Bonus Tip: You need to turn your business into a brand. The difference between Gucci and other businesses in the apparel industry is that one is a brand while others are mere businesses. Good news, emall.ng can help with that.
Business / How To Make Enough Money In 2019. Only For Serious People. by Anelkanu2: 7:27pm On Dec 29, 2018
Hi, My name is Aniekan. I am an expert in marketing, financial planning and execution. I am also the CEO of emall.ng and I want to teach a few people how to earn more money in 2019.


This is a $300 seminar I am giving out for free to Nigerians. I believe that we all have to put our gains aside and help each other. If you know anybody that might need this seminar, please share it with them.


Join the WhatsApp Group https:///KjQGnFKyi7OCAd3bnuGZ4I or add 07061554392 and send "emall.ng".

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Business / Free 30k For The 85th, 170th And 477th Person. Check Post Content by Anelkanu2: 3:46pm On Dec 29, 2018
Rules

1) Sign up on emall.ng through emall.ng/user-signup.
2) Upload any product you'd like to sell through emall.ng/product-upload
3) Refer 2 other people to do 1 and 2 above.
4) Send a screenshot on your product to 07061554392(whatsapp).
Business / If You Want To Make 2019 The Best Year, Financially. Get In Here. by Anelkanu2: 3:30pm On Dec 29, 2018
Hi, My name is Aniekan. I am an expert in marketing, financial planning and execution. I am also the CEO of emall.ng and I want to teach a few people how to earn more money in 2019.

This is a $300 seminar I am giving out for free to Nigerians. I believe that we all have to put our gains aside and help each other. If ypou know anybody that might need this seminar, please share it with them.



Join the WhatsApp Group or add 070615543952 and send "emall.ng".
Business / The Easiest Way To Make A 6-figure Side Income In Nigeria Today. by Anelkanu2: 4:38pm On Dec 27, 2018
Hello, In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier. emall.ng

We all have something to sell, our neighbours have something to sell, our friends and grandparents have things to sell as well. You have a phone and have emall.ng, access to a very big market is guaranteed.

Celebrities / Re: "I Wanna Be Like Burna Boy" - Anto Lecky by Anelkanu2: 4:33pm On Dec 27, 2018
In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier. emall.ng

Sports / Re: Phil Neville: Paul Pogba Is The Best Midfielder In Europe by Anelkanu2: 4:32pm On Dec 27, 2018
In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier. emall.ng

GisthoodBlog:
Pundit Phil Neville has praised Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba as the best in Europe on his day.

The 25-year-old took his goals tally to seven with a Brace against Huddersfield at Old Trafford on Wednesday.

Pogba has returned to form since the appointment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager.

Former Coach Jose Mourinho fell out with Pogba in his last 12 months at the club and left him out of his final game as manager against Liverpool.

However, MySportDab report Neville believes there's nobody better than Pogba in his position when he's on form.

Speaking on the Boxing Day edition of Match of the Day, Neville said: "You play for Man United and you talk of freedom of expression, exciting football, go out there and score goals, attacking football, play with a smile on your face and it starts with the manager.

"Ole (Gunnar Solskjaer) over the last couple of games has been really happy, saying the right things.

"They had the best player on the pitch and probably the best midfielder in Europe on his day in Paul Pogba who hashad a disappointing, horrendous last 18 months at the club because of the fall-out with the manager.

"It looked like the shackles were off today playing with that freedom of expression, anything is possible type attitude, playing with arrogance. The passing was back to his best.

"Look, he is the best player at the club when he is at his best and with performances like this. He should be a 12-15 goal a season person – he hasn’t been that in his career so far but he can be."

See more;https://www.mysportdab.com/2018/12/phil-neville-paul-pogba-is-best-in.html

cc: Lalasticlala,

Politics / Re: Atiku Owns Keystone Bank Via Sigma Pensions - Tolu Ogunlesi by Anelkanu2: 4:18pm On Dec 27, 2018
In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier. emall.ng




OEPHIUS:


http://revue.com.ng/atiku-owns-keystone-bank-via-sigma-pensions-presidency/

Family / Re: My Wife Says She’ll One Day Hand Our Three Kids To Their Real Father by Anelkanu2: 4:15pm On Dec 27, 2018
In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier. emall.ng


dre11:





https://punchng.com/my-wife-says-shell-one-day-hand-our-three-kids-to-their-real-father-husband


Travel / Re: All Passengers Came Out Of This Bus Alive After Collision With Trailer. Photos by Anelkanu2: 4:14pm On Dec 27, 2018
Thank God. In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier.


CastedDude:
It would have been a sad tale for some passengers who were involved in a ghastly motor accident while travelling to the eastern part of the country for the festive period. 

According to reports, the commercial bus collided with a trailer and got stuck in the process but all the passengers including the driver came out from the crash alive.

A lady identified as Kira Ify Ofodile, who was a passenger in the bus - took to Facebook to share the good news. She wrote;

"If you where ever having doubts in God pls stop am a living testimony!! I will tell the world of his goodness !God is real,miracle happens,even in the valley of shadow death do not fear go and call on him he will appear immediately!!!

"Our bus collided with a trailer and got stuck,but God pulled all passengers out alive!!!despite the injuries sustained we are grateful.Please always be at peace with God,forgive and love ...and Trust God with all your heart ..thank you Lord"
 
See more; https://www.nationalhelm.co/2018/12/all-passengers-came-out-of-this-bus-alive-after-collision-with-trailer-photos.html

Politics / Re: Buhari Scolding His Wife Not Pdp’s Business – Garba Shehu by Anelkanu2: 4:13pm On Dec 27, 2018
In my opinion, we should pay more attention to startups that have come to make intra-African trade easier.

Islie:





https://www.independent.ng/buhari-scolding-his-wife-not-pdps-business-garba-shehu/amp/


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