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Catch up with the previous days of the Giveaway here. The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,ooo,ooo Giveaway is still on where 10 people will be getting N10,ooo each day for the next 30 days.

Thank you so much for participating as we love the creative turn your short stories are taking and your creative photos. Please keep sending them in, it might be your turn to win today!

Emilinks is a global manufacturer of world class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices, hotels, royal palaces, presidential lodge, honeymoon suites and luxury villas. Emilinks uses a variety of innovative techniques blended with exclusive designs to build premium quality products.
With a record of excellence in all areas, Emilinks wants to empower Nigerians over the next 30 days!

MD/CEO of Emilinks Limited, Solomon E. Nwadiogbu, a very patriotic Nigerian is standing his ground to see that fake and substandard products are totally eliminated in Nigeria. He pioneered a campaign to eliminate fake and substandard products by crashing the prices of doors, wardrobes, kitchens and other furniture products in Nigeria.

We may have realized that doors play a huge part in our everyday lives. Ever wondered why there are so many philosophical sayings which include “Doors”, now is your time to reflect on the role doors play in your life!

Enter the Emilinks presents #MyDoorStory giveaway

Over the next 30 days, 10 Nigerians will WIN N10,000 Daily!

Meaning a total of N3,000,000 will be WON.

How to participate

  • Take a clear photo of yourself featuring a beautiful door of your choice
  • Share a story about doors and their importance in your life and/or the society
  • We are looking out for creative, interesting, inspiring, intellectual and funny stories!
  • Creatively linking in the Emilinks brand will be a plus. The key word is CREATIVE.
  • Submit your entry via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or onwww.bellanaija.com/tag/emilinks
  • For entries on BN, simply leave a comment on the post of the day. e.g Day 1
  • Remember to add the hashtags #Emilinks and #MyDoorStory to your post on social media or comment on BN
  • Unfortunately, we cannot view social media entries via private accounts and DMs will not be accepted
  • 10 winners will be selected daily to win N10,000
  • Enter each day!

Be sure to find out more about Emilinks and explore the brand via the following channels.
Website – www.emilinks.com
Twitter – @emilinksng
Facebook – EmilinksNG

Abbreviated Terms & Conditions
Participants can enter as many times as possible
Entries reset each day at 10AM West African Time, therefore a new entry is required each day
10 Winners will be Chosen per Day
For social media entries, no Direct Messages permitted, only via Open/Public pages
For entries on BellaNaija, ensure you include an active email address in the email box
Winners will be chosen by an in-house judging panel
Assessment will be based on the photo and/or the story
Participants can only win ONCE during the 30 Day period
There is no entry fee for participation
Participants must be over 18 years old at time of entry
Winners can be based worldwide, however MUST have a valid Nigerian bank account
Money will be paid via local bank transfer
For due diligence, list of participants names confirmed via bank account will be kept on record
List of winners’ social media handles and BN usernames will be published
Winners are encouraged to share news of their win via social media

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Here’s the list of our 10 lucky winners! You will be contacted today

1) Nerdu San – My dear ordinary door, it is with great intensity that as much as I love you, I love my ever faithful Emilinks doors more.
Please – don’t be jealous. Fight those green-eyed-monster feelings boiling up inside of you. You can do it!
And yes, I know that it must be a blow to be sidelined by an infinitesimally beautiful chunk of wood coated with heavenly-looking polish, but baby – they have strength. They can take me all sorts of fun places in my mind unlike my relationship with you. I can envision sleeping and waking peacefully without regress or regrets, spending the night at my boo’s place without worries, and several other things.
With you and I, the comfort and security is limited to an unbearable extent. Dear door, do you realize what I could do with that peace of mind? I could give a loving home to my beautiful bride.
A penny for your thoughts.
Sincerely,
Nerdu San
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day4

Nerdu San

2) Bola – When my junior brother was trying to get the consent of his wife’s family when they were still dating, her uncle who is her father figure was to visit Nigeria to supervise his building project and I was saddled with the responsibility of picking him from the airport and lodging him in a hotel. This elderly man is very principled and their family have always considered us as classless and I dread having to do things for people like that because you wouldn’t know what will please them and at the same time I didn’t want to ruin my brother’s chances. I made sure I picked him from the airport with a very good car and drove him straight to a hotel I already booked (he was to spend 8 days). Our drive way silent after a few pleasantries and immediately we got to the hotel he asked, what hotel is this as the name did not really ring a bell to him. As I was about to respond, he sighted the doors (Emilinks doors) and said; “oh my! These doors are beautiful and classy…didn’t know you have eyes for such quality products”. That was my first time of noticing the Emilinks brand too. There and then our conversation livened up and he stayed in the hotel. He also insisted that the doors be used for his building. Now my brother is married to his niece…thanks to Emilinks doors. If you want class, style and affordability then go for Emilinks doors. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day4

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3) Sunny N. –  “Gbam, Gbam, Gbam, Gbuaaah”. That was the sound coming from the banging of my neighbour’s door. And in less than 2 minutes, the beatings and shouts coming from the next flat woke my whole family up.
The men of the under world were at it again.
My kids were all wild awake and shivering. My wife was already on her knees crying and praying to the high heavens. But their greatest surprise was that I wasn’t even bothered. Deep within me I knew what was before me. Armed with no weapon but with the best technology of our time. As I was calming my family down, I heard a voice shouting, “Open this door before I break it. Una no the hear? We go shoot o… ” And their banging on my door “Gbam Gbam Gbam Gbuah Gbim Gbam Gbam Gbam……………”, struggling to either force the door open or break it down.
And that was how we woke up the next morning realising we had all slept off while the robbers were busy banging our door.
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory

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4) Kayode S. – As I drove by Evo road looking for a beautiful new apartment, I noticed a simple yet beautiful compound that was not fenced what caught my attention was that Gorgeous entrance door! Yes it was Gorgeous I drove in met the agent, and all he bragged on was the Strong door fittings from Emilinks limited furniture store classy,strong,yet beautiful I couldn’t help but marvel at them Gosh no thinking I am taking this house! Doors are the first impression to a house for me the moment I see a beautiful entrance door it means ‘welcome’ it means warm reception! #Emilinks#MyDoorStory

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5) Mayowa F. – Day 4 – Not many people do, but when I think about doors, I see them as guardian angels in structural form. They not only keep things out, they also shut in things. We don’t really know the value of a door until the need arises. I have this door at home that only opens from inside with the handle or with the key but from the outside can only be opened with the key, so no one on the outside without it can get in. I feel safe with this door knowing that when trouble from the outside comes, it would keep me and my loved ones safe inside. I’m pretty sure Emilinks NG provides such doors. My dream is that all Nigerians are able to afford such doors so as to be safeguarded from danger and live well guarded and unharmed lives. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

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6) @Perrydhot – @EmilinksNG Decisions we make daily either opens doors for us or shut doors against us #Emilinks #Mydoorstory

Perry

7) @tosyn_ademi – I love to smile and strike different poses at the front of the doors like that of #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

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8) Kendraloops – #emilinks As a child, I was used to having doors slammed in my face by adults telling me “go and play, I want to sleep /rest” which resulted in me having to play by myself most times. This made me resent closed doors in the house. Recently I saw my son sulking by my closed room door, asked him why and he said “mummy, you’re always closing your door against me, telling me to go and play”. My childhood memories came flooding back and I pulled my son into a tight embrace promising never to close the door against him again. Now, he has a good impression about doors. Go for the best, go for #emilinks #bellanaijarians #emilinks #mydoorstory @bellanaijaonline Day 5

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9) @dellacute– So today @bellanaijaonline has made me remember something that happened to me a long time ago. Believe me, if you stay in a house without a good door even in your dreams your mind will be thinking about your door. It happened years back when we built our house, only two people stayed around that area. One fateful night, thieves entered the compound. I was still a small girl, my parents and siblings we crawled to the backdoor and locked ourselves there. The thieves broke the front door and gained entry into the house. They later came for us at the back because they already heard sounds that we ran to the backside. Thereafter, a solid door was placed at the front and up till today no thief has dared to come close. Doors are very important, for me it’s the best security a house can get, and that’s why am urging you to make the right choice to get a good and solid door. Think doors, think Emilinks #emilinks #mydoorstory

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10) @mz_uddie – #mydoorstory #emilinks I don’t know which is worse, being attacked by gunmen or machete brandishing men. In the dead of a very rainy night my mum wakes up to a very funny disturbing noise downstairs. My dad goes to check it out closely escorted by my mum. Half way down the stairs they are greeted by 3 men brandishing well sharpened machetes. Mum and dad turned around dashing back up the stairs with the men in hot pursuit. The first man takes a swing with his machete and just as the shiny metal is about to dig into my dad’s back he slams the door and it locks automatically. As hard as they tried the door didn’t budge. This is what I called ‘saved by the door’. The men fled through the same way they came in (the window). For high security doors go for #Emilinks.

uddie

100 Comments

  1. Nerdu San

    August 12, 2016 at 10:36 am

    The very first nammme! Yasssssss!!!!

  2. Iphie

    August 12, 2016 at 10:44 am

    OMO….na to tell armed robber story be that o! Change of story then.

    • micorazon.

      August 12, 2016 at 10:49 am

      Lol. Best of luck.

    • Nerdu San

      August 12, 2016 at 11:03 am

      Lol, not necessarily. Just be original fam.

  3. Chijioke Linus

    August 12, 2016 at 10:51 am

    #Emilinks#mydoorstory
    There’s many things a door can do, one of this is protection,secondly a house is not complete without door,
    Last but not the list, is the beautifications. There’s no limit of beautification that a door like #Emilinks brings to your Home,
    When ever I’m taking a selfie, I always like the background to be of #Emilinks door, it make’s my pictures stand out, it beautify it with no edit reguire. #Emilinks#myDoorstory

  4. Rebecca Abisola

    August 12, 2016 at 10:52 am

    #MyDoorStory Am very certain bellanaijarians will learn from this, It happened to me last two years, February 14, 2014 on valentine’s day, at approximately 11:00pm. I was sitting in my living room watching african magic when someone began to angrily bang on my front door. she was demanding me to open the door. Her knock was so loud that I thought it was a gunshot.she was hollering, ” PLEASE OPEN THE DOOR, PLEASE OPEN THE DOOR!” I heard her telling someone, “No stay right there, stay right there” as if she was getting ready to prove a point. It sounded as if she was angry; as if she was coming to find something out.

    At first i taught it was titi my close friend from the next street, but later i had no idea who this person was. She continued to bang as if she knew someone was home. All of the lights were off in my house except for the television in the living room. Finally, I yelled WHO IS THAT! When she knew she had my attention, she changed from the angry tone to saying ”Please open the door this guy is trying to beat me up.” Her demands and knocks became even more persistent and determined. I heard a male voice in the near distance but his voice wasn’t threatening and he wasn’t yelling.

    This lady never said, Call the police. Neither did she sound genuinely threatened. Her demands were just.PLEASE LET ME IN, PLEASE LET ME IN. She covered the peep-hole. I peeped from my window. I didn’t see the guy but I heard him talking in a low voice. However, I saw a glimpse of her on my porch. She had on all black. i did not open the door. I called one of the vigilante who serve as a watchman to my area every nights. And as quickly as the commotion began, when they realized I wasn’t going to open the door, they disappeared into the night and it was dead silence again.

    I talked to one of my neighbors the following morning who said the same thing happened to him some while ago.

    This was a ploy designed to get unsuspecting people to open their doors to become victims of evil intentions.who knows what would have happened if I had opened the door to help this wolf in sheep’s clothing. I thank God Almighty and many thanks to Emilinks and Bellanaija for giving me this opportunity to share my story because If I had opened that door i wouldn’t be part of those sharing their door stories. THANKS #DAY5 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  5. Bola

    August 12, 2016 at 10:54 am

    Yaaay!!!! I won, Thanks to Emilinks, thanks to @bellanaijaonline. Keep trying guys.

  6. Mmalynn

    August 12, 2016 at 10:55 am

    My Door Story
    He was travelling for an emergency meeting in Abuja that will last for three days. I was scared. Three days? That’s a whole 72hours. How in the world am i going to cope? I asked myself. This is my first time of being in a big house like this all alone. He got ready to go and I bade him farewell.
    As the night drew closer, my anxiety grew and I became more and more scared of the night. The crickets and other insect around the bushes started their singing, even the frog which I never knew was living around our area joined in the choir. I could hear even the horn of the cars passing 10miles away. Then there was a loud bang at the gate and my first thought was safety.
    Quickly I switched the lights off, closed all the windows and blinds, walked through the house which includes looking behind couches, peeking at the spot between the doors and the wall, went through every room to make sure that all the doors are locked and also ensured that the main entrance is still locked and intact. The moment I did this, I felt at peace and the feeling of safety once again returned. That was when I knew that Emilinks doors could do wonders
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 4

  7. Angel

    August 12, 2016 at 10:59 am

    I got a surprise call from my father this morning; my pikin you would have heard am dead this morning;
    Me: God forbid, papa you will not die, hope you are not sick?
    Father: No! my pikin. I went to visit your uncle in Abuja yesterday but at night there was serious war.
    Me: war?
    Father: Yes my pikin. Owners of night (Armed-Rubbers) came knocking by exactly 1A.M…Open this door or we break it down! And the shout continues, followed with a bang on the door. I was shivering like a baby and ran to my brothers room hoping to meet them hiding inside toilet. To my greatest surprise, he was relaxed with his wife and asked me to go back to my room. I asked are you not scared of those rubbers outside, bcos they will surely kill us if they enter inside this house and my brother replied, breaking through that door is MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and I asked, how do you mean? He said my door is highly fortified.
    All of a sudden the rubbers threatened to burn down the door to have their way in. I looked at my brother, he said again MISSION IMPOSSIBLE! I was confused and asked what gave him the confidence, he smiled and said “EMILINKS”. Who is EmiLinks if I may ask? Before he could reply, I peeped through the window and the rubbers was pouring fuel on the door to burn down the house, I fainted and woke up to realize that the rubbers has left. I asked my brother what happened? And he said, EmiLinks Doors is Intumescent fire strip & smoke seals, so can’t be burnt.
    Me: Yes! Daddy, with EmiLinks Doors you are secured from burglars, fire up to 2 Hours Heavy Fire Outbreak-Resistance
    & many more…. its delivered with so much Dependability, Reliability and Style you expect only from Emilinks – The No. 1 Door Brand in Nigeria! #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5

  8. Tochukwu Okoronkwo

    August 12, 2016 at 10:59 am

    #MyDooryStory #Emilinks With Emilinks doors, Armed robbers get even more frustrated. Here is an Armed robber’s encounter with an Emilinks door.~ ARMED ROBBER: knock! knock! knock! EMILINKS DOOR: please enter the code ARMED ROBBER: (scratches his head for a minute, then he tried different codes but the codes were rejected) EMILINKS DOOR: you have exhausted the number of trial, please try again next time. ARMED ROBBER: (got frustrated, he tried to break in, hahaha but as you know na Emilinks doors are ‘ode eshi’) then he shouted ”you are a wicked door! You are an enemy! Your makers are from another planet!” EMILINKS DOOR: lols! ARMED ROBBER: ( he got even more frustrated and hit his head severally against a wall and died.).. with Emilinks doors, our enemies keep hugging transformers. With Emilinks premium doors, the code is always “QUALITY”. With Emilinks premium security doors, your hope of lasting peace, comfort, efficiency and aestheticism is secured. The quality of doors are very prominent when evaluating what a house is worth. And so the wise move is to keep the value high by modernising our home with Emilinks doors.

  9. ekerete joel

    August 12, 2016 at 11:02 am

    #day 5
    EMMYLINKS MY HERO
    It all happened on a sunny Sunday morning,dad had to make me skip church service just so we could move our property out of our home, since the bank made a foreclosure on our property when we weren’t able to pay up our loan since our house was used as collateral..it was like I was destined for ill luck barely 3 months after my mum’s death now we are loosing our property,my dad was silently cursing the economy of the nation due to the fact that Oil was consistently devalued in the foreign market which thus spelt impelling economic meltdown,dad kept on talking about him not forgetting his treasure I smiled muttering to myself what could this treasure be and how much could it worth,to my dismay he came out smiling like he just won a bountiful lottery with a fine state of the art door and he said son meet our hero “emmylinks premium door”. I sat and thought for a while could dad be going through a mental phase because obviously things are going to get tough since we were moving to ajegunle aka “THE GHETTO”,not until he told me the story of how emmylinks door saved my life wen I was a little boy
    Dad and mum had gone to work leaving me In the hands of our newly employed maid,the workload for her that fateful day was much as we had just concluded my naming ceremony which had a large number of dignitaries both far and near in attendance,then dad was well known and influential thus being a target for kidnappers,robbers and other societal menaces.
    On that fateful day we were visited by a group of kidnappers who were dreaded both far and near,they knocked and knocked but the maid who had already heard the gunfight that ensued between the security guard and the kidnappers hid I and herself in the closet of the Master’s bedroom which was guarded by a well locked door,i said to myself it must be that emmylinks premium door dad was being thankful for not forgetting,they tried to force their way in through the door of the main building all to no avail then they finally had their way into the house through the window,the maid who had called dad already and was told help was on its way,was nervously shaking as I was wailing and refused to be calmed they tried all possible means to break into the room in which we were hiding all to no avail they tried and tried for hours until sirens were blaring in the environs and before they could make their get-away the compound was filled with police patrol vans with heavily armed policemen like they were after a terrorist,as they were apprehended they told my dad “thank God for your door if not you would have like other Nigerian victims contributed to our wealth”.i always thought superheroes were only humans who would have thought my own superhero would be a state of the art door I was now smiling so sheepishly at and giving thanks to God for the makers of emmylinks premium door and if you are reading this “GO AND GRAB YOUR OWN EMMYLINKS DOOR NOW”.
    #mydoorstory.. #emmylinks

  10. Ikenna Aces

    August 12, 2016 at 11:09 am

    My door leads me to a better place. Under the sun, I go home, crank open the door, it leads me my sweet parlour.. When dad is watching channels news at 10… I get up.. open another door, and it leads me to my sweet room, where I can watch Rio Olympics on the TV there… then I’m feeling all sweaty, I open another door in the room which leads me to the shower… too much doors right? let’s say I wake up in the morning, ready for the day’s hustle. I go through the doors again, then open a better door, the car door.. hmmmm smells like a new car… Seriously, what can you do without doors?? what can I do without #emilinks doors?? #emilinks #mydoorstory #day5

  11. Wale Favour

    August 12, 2016 at 11:23 am

    HERE GOES THIS DOOR STORY OF MINE

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day – 5
    Four years ago i moved to sango ota in ogun state. My compound has three flats and four Boys quarters, in my room there is this small opening in my front door, I got tired of wondering who was at the other side of the door whenever I heard a knock. So i found the primary use of this hole in my door one evening, about a month after the carpenter planted it there and filled it with lens and dressed it with a knob with which visitors could knock. It was late that day and I was returning from work, tired. I had seen my neighbour, shade, standing at the back door of her flat in the main building, directly facing mine with only the yard separating us.I had dropped my things and undressed even with only perry cole boxer on me, before I began to wonder what she was doing standing alone at the back of her flat.

    The only way I could find out without drawing any attention was through the hole in my front door. And so I tip-toed to my door as though someone could see me and then peeped. with surprise i saw shade and tunde kissing and it dawned on me and i was questioning myself, Was that shade? With the landlord’s son? right there in the open? Didn’t they know I could see them? Then it struck me; they didn’t. In fact, they couldn’t have imagined that the guy in the boys quarters would be getting such high definition view of them. After all, they were at the back of the building and no one could possibly see them. But I could see, and clearly too. lol

    And so from that day, I began to see a lot of things through the hole in my front door, What I saw mostly, was sade, through her kitchen window, washing dishes,or out in the yard, bending to pick up clothes from her bucket to spread on the lines right in front of the BQ. Needless to say what it was I saw each time. I began to look forward to it.

    One day, I heard a knock on my door. Initially, I hesitated, because I wasn’t really expecting anyone. I waited a bit to hear another knock before I went to the door and peeped through the hole. And there she was. shade, standing right in front of my door. Am i dreaming?

    Me: How far shade, so wapa? i greeted her in yoruba language, You are the last person I expected to see in front of my door this… and then she cuts

    shade : Why? Aren’t we neighbours?

    me : do you want to come in?

    shade :No, not really. I was just wondering about something.

    I shut the door behind me and rested on d wall outside.

    shade : Yeah. Some days ago, I came out to spread some clothes, right? You remember that day? Can’t remember if it was Tuesday or…”I think I remember. It rained, I need you 2 remember.”

    Me : Oh, that was Wednesday.

    Shade : Cool. I was just wondering, right? I came out to spread my clothes and I didn’t see you anywhere. Then almost immediately after, it began to rain and you came to call me to take the clothes and then she paused.

    My heart began to beat; I knew where this was heading to, so I began to prepare my answer and then she continued

    Shade : How did you know I came out to spread my clothes?

    I was quiet for a while as the answer was not quite formed yet. This was the least of the possible reasons I had thought of for Shade to be at my door. was I about to be caught or something?

    Me : Yeah, I came back just as you walked into your flat, I lied

    To cut the story short. The next day, I got the carpenter to evacuate the gap in my front door, since I was certain shade was going to return knocking on my door and I wouldnt be in need of the hole in my front door anymore
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day5

  12. Idagu shalom

    August 12, 2016 at 11:24 am

    Behind the door

    When I leave my house everyday. The last thing I actually see is my door. It could be trivial to some but it means a lot to me. My family I leave behind, I hope I to come again and find them behind the door. The joy of my home would be incomplete without the door. The door give me a sense of assurance and “no worries” attitude. Indeed, I am certain I will see them all again when I’m back because I left them behind the door and not any kind of door. It’s an #emilinks door. The secret to a happy home. #mydoorstory ? ?

  13. Ibrahim Usman Salihu

    August 12, 2016 at 11:36 am

    Unusual doors often take you to the unusual worlds! That’s why I always choose Emilinks Door because with Emilinks Door my security is fully guaranteed! Emilinks got me covered 247! #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day5

  14. . Ezenwa Ahanene Adanna

    August 12, 2016 at 11:36 am

    Day 5. Whenever I remember that I’m going home from work, I feel happy. I also get this feeling and sense of security. You know why? Smiles * this is because with a door like @EmilinksNG, I sleep with the guarantee that my house is safe. A door you’re sure of even when you’re away. #MyDoorStory #emilinks @EmilinksNG. My twitter handle is @EveRusell where I posted my pic

  15. Gemonyi

    August 12, 2016 at 11:39 am

    Just as a black card opens doors of Financial security is as having EmiLinks door to grant you Maximum Life Security #Emilinks #MydoorStory

  16. Creamy Lebo

    August 12, 2016 at 11:41 am

    @bellanaija #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5
    One of life’s biggest quotes that I can never forget is this: Be very careful how you close a door, don’t ever bang it, because you never know you just might need to walk through that same door tomorrow.
    @EmilinksNG #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  17. rejoiceoke

    August 12, 2016 at 11:43 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory – Day5
    i so much love to stand at the door or sit close to door so as to be the first to walk away after lecture or any seminar i attend, because of that i join the user work in my church in order to stand closer to the door to receive fresh air and to welcome every one that enter through the door
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home.
    To seal out weather,insects and dirt it is important to properly size your door. When you see daylight under your door that means it is not the right size and needs to be replaced or repaired.

  18. Chigozie

    August 12, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Day 5
    My door and I.
    On that fateful day i was returning from a long vacation to the place where I stay. Little did i know that our landlord has gotten a new giant dog. To make matter worse, no one was around the compound on that day, so immediately i stepped into the gate, from the far right corner of the building was that giant dog barking and was running towards me like a lion running to catch it’s prey. I looked i couldn’t see any help, i remembered my #Emilinks door. I ran towards my dear door, between the dog and I were like 10 metres gap, i immediately slide my key in and the door opened for me. That was how my dear Door saved me.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory @bellanaija

  19. Ogundare Rotimi

    August 12, 2016 at 11:45 am

    BEHIND CLOSED DOORS !!!

    Doors are secret keepers.
    They’re all that separate your world from another’s, apart from a wall and windows.
    Wide open, slammed shut, left ajar…
    they tell you stories. No ! You imagine stories of the people and things that go in and out that door.

    Doors have characters that,to us, reflect the characteristics of the people behind them.

    Ornate equals ostentatious.

    Stained equals filthy.

    Stark equals stingy.

    Elegant equals sophisticated.

    Plastic and metal equals cheap.

    Maybe. Maybe not.

    The more you try to analyze what’s behind that door, the sooner will the locks and bolts be fastened inside.

    And all you’ll be left with is yourself, the door, the stories that you imagine and the secrets locked safely.

    Behind closed doors.

    #Emilinks
    #MydoorStory

  20. Nen Nbilamut

    August 12, 2016 at 11:52 am

    Every single morning when I wake up,the door to my bathroom is the first I open. When I saw this competition and was going to contest,i was thinking of the most important door that I use. I thought of the main door into the house,because of security. I also thought of the door to my office since that’s where I earn my keep. But as I opened the door to the bathroom,i knew I had to be this one. It might be the least appreciated but it houses one of the most important sections of the house. In this room,i take care of all my grooming. The grooming I get from this room helps me face the day confidently. This door also houses my prayer room-i like to pray in the toilet. So this door leads to my spiritual and hygiene sanctuary. When I get back home,it is also the last door I close before I sleep. To the company who makes this door that gives me all the privacy I need,i say thank you Emilinks.

  21. uju

    August 12, 2016 at 11:55 am

    When you think of a door, your thought flows in the direction of a structure used to block off, close, secure and protect a building. However, some doors do not give us maximum protection because they are easily over powered by cruel men and natural disaster but with Emilinks door, you have to go through a lot of stress, burn a lot of energy and won’t eventually pull through because of its high technology invention and sophistication put in their doors creation. With Emilinks, maximum security and classy looks at its peak is assured. #Emilinks#MyDoorStory#day5

  22. Olisaemeka

    August 12, 2016 at 11:57 am

    I love doors. All of them, without exception. Doors lead to things and I have never met one I haven’t wanted to open. All the same, if that door hadn’t been so old and decorative, so decidedly closed, if a thread of light hadn’t positioned itself with such wretched temptation across its middle, highlighting the keyhole and its intriguing key, perhaps I might have been robbed or probably killed. Relaxing and chilling at home one evening i heard a knock on my door, being a security conscious person and thanks to my Super Emilinks Security door, i gently looked through the peephole and saw strange looking faces, i quickly alerted the security personnel who came to my rescue and arrested those guys who have been terrorising the neighbourhood with their silent robbery operations. Sometimes, you can tell just by looking at a door there is something interesting behind it. Thanks to the Super Premium Quality Emilinks Door in my apartment. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5

  23. Chidinma

    August 12, 2016 at 11:57 am

    How beautiful at its sight.
    An object that defines a background,home or an entry.
    Big and Bold in just a chunk of Mahogany
    The surface, so polished, washable and crease-resistant
    A display of works of art which plays into
    tangibility, durability, security.
    almost so Inevitable, Oh in fact inevitable to humanity.
    This pronounces nothing but THE DOOR. #EmilinksDoor
    With Emilinks Every Penny accrues Safety,
    Guaranties durability and adds that finishing touch of beauty.
    #thinkswise #thinkEmilinks
    #mydoorstory #emilinks #day5

  24. osayande pius

    August 12, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    #MyDooryStory #Emilinks #Day5

    Oh my door,
    My defence,
    I am still in shock how u saved me from burglar’s,
    You’re simply the best among the rest,
    I was down when I heard the news about my house being burgled, but life came back to me when I was told that they couldn’t break through the door.
    Oh
    Oh
    What a day to remember
    You are so stable and strong, and that’s the originality we are talking about.
    Thank you my door
    Without you, my house is not complete.

  25. Azeez Shuaib O.

    August 12, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    THE SLAMMED DOOR.

    For few months, this hen has grown up to be my pet. Though,I used to care for all other livestocks (goats, Turkey) being reared by mom,I developed a special attraction for this hen while it was a chicken. The special love & attention was as a result of a courage it showed while growing up.
    On that fateful day, a hawk has came to prey on the other birds as usual, and all other chicken, adult hen and even cocks were all running helter skelter for their safety. Though aware of the impending danger, this chicken stood it’s ground and flew into the mid air to confront the hawk, thereby making the hawk to fly away to wherever it might have came from. That was many months back, and that chicken has grown up to be my favorite pet now.
    Unlike many other hen, it is always seen covering its children from the dangers of the environment.
    On this fateful day,mom has sent me
    to go buy garri meant to prepare the lunch eba, and while returning with the garri in a nylon in my hands, my favorite hen followed me, perhaps with the thought that i was holding their usual food.
    I was approaching the front door of the house with just one thought on my mind “I should just open the door and close it behind the hen so it won’t follow me into the house.”
    I had just carried out my plan when I heard some painful moan from behind the closed door,alas when I slammed the door, the hen was right at the entrance and it was trapped in between the door way. I watched helplessly as the hen writhe in pains,I wish I could just have the power to reverse the time , never slammed the door and allow the hen to follow me into the house. Maybe, it would have been around to stay with me for long. I MISSED MY FAVORITE HEN.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #day5

  26. Abubakar Sadiq

    August 12, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    Negativity may knock at your door but that doesn’t mean you have to let it in! Get secured today! Go for EMILINKS DOORS! #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  27. valentineboy

    August 12, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    I just remember those days when I was a little boy,we where 3 boyz and a girl including my parents.we live in ajegule of Lagos in one room.life was not easy with us ..our compound is one of the worst.to pay house rent was like the biggest budget ever.to cut the story shot
    .God have bless us now even though not that big but not as before,
    my father is now a landlord .from grass to grace.
    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day5

  28. Creamy Lebo

    August 12, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    @bellanaija #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5
    The Failed Attempt…
    “mummy plz come back now, one uncle is hitting our door and pushing it” that was the crying voice of my eight year old daughter on the phone. I had gone our one late morning to get fish with which to prepare lunch for my kids, already on my way back, I had to answer that call from my daughter I initially declined, then I was startled to hear that cry from her saying one uncle is hitting and pushing our door, oh my God!!! I was confused and started running toward our compound, but some familiar faces in my street stopped me to find out why I was running like a mad woman, I was explaining to them while I continued my race, they quickly ran along with me and soon I was standing in my compound, my daughter and her 2 siblings were screaming from within the closed door, I was already broken in tears, cos I couldn’t tell if the said uncle had already gained entrance into my home. Then the people who had come running with me swung into action and found the man at my backyard still finding a way to get into my home and probably kidnap my kids. Long story short, my kids were safe from harm because I left them behind closed doors. You can’t imagine what our lives would be like living in houses without firm doors. The importance of doors in our lives is so immeasurable and of course can never be over emphasized.
    @EmilinksNG #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  29. Jasper

    August 12, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    My father is a pastor and he has good relationship with members of his church. Sometime ago we noticed that one of the members stopped coming to church with his family (he is one of the faithful members) and my father went to his house to visit him and ask why he has been absent from church. He replied that his car was scratched when he parked it at the security post where members park their cars (the church has made arrangement for a place beside the church where members can park their cars during service or when the want to travel without their cars), obviously a child sneaked in and scratch the car with a sharp object because the door wasn’t secured….and the man said, “how can I trust you with my soul when you can’t even protect my car?”. After a few explanation from my dad about the door, the man out rightly told my day that, “if you don’t fix Emilinks security doors in your church and parking lot, I will not return”. Off we went…today we have Emilinks security doors in the church, the parking lot and we have our member and his family back. For safety and security of lives, properties and even relationships, go for Emilinks doors and they are very very affordable. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5

  30. onika

    August 12, 2016 at 12:25 pm

    Day 5- i remember how i changed rooms so many times this year,due to the way the doors of those rooms were,the first two rooms i was,whenever i try sleeping or observe my queit time,i usually found it difficult,due to the fact that the door wasnt noise proof,it was weak,and then i moved to another room which i felt was better,in terms of noise pollution,but i didnt know i was jamming something badder(worse) ???,as this new room had its bathroom and toilet inside of it,and we were four occupying the room.so when one person is using the toilet every other person would just move out,because the door would be shut well,but the smell would still pass through almost choking us ????.Then again i couldnt cope and so i moved to another hostel called marble lodge,mehn this room was the best,the doors were smell proof and noise proof,no matter the noise pollution outside when am sleeping any time anyday,am never disturbed because i dont hear them at all,neither does smell pass through our toilet’s’ door,you wouldnt even know if and when anyone is using the toilet,and we can now eat in peace..nothing beats having a good quality door,doors are important in our lifes,but a quality door is more important …. #creativity#emilinks#mydoorstory#day5

  31. Adesanya Ahmed

    August 12, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    We may not all be rich. We may not all be poor. We may not all be full. We may not all be hungry. We may not all be ill. We may not all be well. We may not all have everything. But We have all at one point in our lives walked through a DOOR. Walking Through an Emilinks DOOR, one would feel like having walked through and into Greatness, Success, Happiness and also Paradise. What would the world be like without Emilinks range of Quality and Affordable Doors? I just can’t imagine. So go GET YOUR #EMILINKS DOOR NOW. What are you waiting for? ‪#‎MyDoorStory‬ ‪#‎Emilinks‬ ‪#‎Day5‬

  32. Douglas

    August 12, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    It’s just a door, and only one at that,
    the grey taking over the material.
    There I typed, at the desk, where
    I sat, my sleeves moving rather ethereal.

    It’s only a door, I need not say more,
    yet uninteresting as it could be,
    It’s occupying the front of my upper floor,
    Making in my brain a kind of grey potpourri.

    Then everything begins to spin of Emilinks,
    different silvers and irons and even graphite connect,
    The walls are clouds strewn astray,
    the desks become stones and common rocks,
    the floor has become bare!
    My world has become flooded with Emilinks doors, no other at all!
    yet I’m still entranced by that simple creation,
    the creator long forgotten.

    But, yet the door, he’s still there
    he’s there just looking at me,
    those eyes staring deep into my soul,
    and I could have sworn he talked! Imagine,
    a talking door. And extra parts shoot up and out,
    the door is moving closer, to me,
    And it’s not a door but a person, who enlightens my eyes,
    But I still yearn for the Emilinks door, any other than this dreadful one.

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  33. ENIOLA ADERONKE TEMILADE

    August 12, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    The quality but most especially the color of doors is the first thing i look out for when i see a building because it makes the house beautiful, appealing and attractive.I believe door colors creates calmness and peace for the home and in turn bringing those feelings to guests and family who enter through.Emilinks doors are made with high quality raw materials and comes in different unique and beautiful colors.Emilinks doors rock and will always be the best. #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day5 #bellanaija

  34. floxy

    August 12, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    @bellanaija #emilinks #mydoorstory #Day5

    Wow! #emilinks are really trying. Just. Take a look at their furnishing products Such as kitchens, wardrobes, beds, especially their strong beautiful doors, I so much love their doors coz it gives maximum security to the buildings, and I love taking shoots infront of such beautiful doors. For your maximum door protection after building your house, office, hotel, etc visit #emilinks coz their products are superb, thanks #emilinks for this opportunity.

  35. igweze tonia qeency

    August 12, 2016 at 12:34 pm

    #Day5 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory i so much love the door in my house,the door use to save me from unwanted visitors the door has small tiny glass like camera that i use to monitor or view what ever that is going on in my compound most of the time when some one knock i will slowing or tiptoe to the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody i will welcome i will open the door but if i don’t want to attend to the person i will slowing move back and the person will knock until he/she goes away i will pretend as if am not around but to my greatest surprise one day i went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall down from my hand and the screen break and i was very sad and angry i start blaming myself for not staying on my own when my daddy come back and ask me how it happen i lie and told him that it happen when he call me and process of rushing to pick my call from the kitchen where i was cooking it fall down i have a lot of story to tell about my door
    lasting the door in my house has made me to have timetable when to open the door and when not to open the door due to mosquito any day i open the day from 7PM to 6am mosquito will rush immediately inside my house as if they send them to me.

  36. Noblekenson

    August 12, 2016 at 12:38 pm

    Day 5
    …#mydoorstory …
    ‘Holding Doors Can Sometimes Mean More Than You Think’

    I was on my way to morning lectures with a few of my coursemates after meeting up earlier to submit an assignment. We were hurrying to make it on time and our lecturer is very into punctuality’meaning we would be punished severely if we were late. As we rushed to the double doors leading to the University Center, I saw an elderly woman, walking very, very slowly, but almost to the DOOR’S.

    She was walking so slow I figured she would need some help opening the DOOR, so I held it open for her. There was a second pair of double DOORS and one of my coursemates held that one open for her. She thanked us very sweetly and then we rushed up the stairs and tried to get up to the lecture Hall in time.

    Needless to say we were 2 minutes late and it was one of the worst days in college we’ve ever had. Our lecturer never knew. The rest of our course mates wasn’t upset with us for holding the door and wasting extra time, they didn’t complain or blame us for anything. They knew what we had done and agreed that it was the right thing to do. It helped us to help others and become even closer as a department /team. That day I learnt to offer a helping hand to anyone no matter my situation for it helps to make a great nation #emilinks #mydoorstory

    • Noblekenson

      August 12, 2016 at 6:59 pm

      Also posted on instagram as @noblekenson2

  37. Emmanuel

    August 12, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    Gbagan! Gbagan! Gbagan! so went the sound of the gong of Umunne animal community. The people have been complaining to the king that they can feed again, The rat told the king that he can’t gain entrance into Madam Nkechi’s house again. The insects said they used to boost that with their size they can enter into anything, no matter how small it is to feed themselves. The snakes their slime body doesnt work, the lizards, looking so frail from hunger couldn’t even speak. So went the cry to the king of Umunne animal community. And after conferring with his kinsmen, he called for a town meeting at the palace. So everyone came. The king had earlier asked the fly to go and see what has changed in the human world that is depriving them of food and entrance into the kitchens. When the fly went, he saw Madam Nkechi dancing and celebrating as if she has achieved a big milestone. She was explaining to Ada how she has secured her house, foodstuffs, kitchen, furnitures in her house and how her husband sleeps like a baby. Ada my friend, goes Madam Nkechi, ever since I changed my doors from that old thing that is always swelling up to Emilinks, my life hasnt been the same. Emilinks doors, hmm, na gidigba! all those rats, snakes, flies, no dey again, termites’s teeth is too inferior to the Emilinks doors, see as i dey shine, na Emilinks doors oo, So Ada asked her where can she get the door for her own house, she said no need for travelling oo, them fit bring am come give you, just one click on http://www.emilinks.com, anything door you want them get. So the fly went back and report to the king. after series of deliberations, one of the elder told the community that if it Emilinks doors, we just have to look for other means of feeding, for that Emilinks, hmm those people are genuine, and their doors come even dey affordable. And so Emilinks doors saved the human world from further invasion, Meanwhile armed men in the human world too has decided to look for honest jobs, cause Emilinks doors proved too good for them to break in, get Emilinks, get secured!
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5

  38. flora

    August 12, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    Day 5
    This is a true life story guys!
    There’s this very wealthy man on our street, when i say wealthy, i mean he is RICH!…He has two gigantic business complexes in the most popular market here, he has three houses which was rented out and a very big MANSION where he stays with his family. He has over the years been the target of the notorious armed robbers in the area..On different occasions, they have followed him home, trailed him to the bank and even to church!
    Now, this is the interesting part: On a fateful day, he returned late from work, drove his car into the driveway and went upstairs into the house. Immediately he locked the door behind him, there was a deafening bang! Immediately he knew who the visitors were. He settled in and acted like nothing was happening even with the loud bangs on the door..Honestly, if i were in his shoes, i wldhv gone like a chicken to open the door, bt i quickly erased that thought when he told me why he was so confident and unshaken: HIS DOOR!
    He opened up to me and said that of all the things he built his house with, he paid more attention on his choice of door. It is no ordinary door. Your door guarantees your safety. Your gate might be of weak quality but your door should be top class, secure, beautiful, STRONG!! Once ur door can be forcefully opened, you’re sure to lose all but if your door can induce sweat and bone-shifts, you’ll have absolutely nothing to lose. It is only one brand that can make robbers and nightcrawlers cry- EMILINKS DOORS.
    With their doors, safety is guaranteed. Choose Emilinks! Choose Safety!! Choose class!!!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day5

  39. Creamy Lebo

    August 12, 2016 at 12:49 pm

    @bellanaija #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5
    No one dares build a house without crowning his/her efforts with a magnificent door, the kinda door that the owner of the house and onlookers will view with admiration. Fixing a firm magnificent door to your house means that you treasure your handiwork a lot. In time past I’ve heard about #Emilinks doors and the exquisite designs they churn out continously, one can’t help but fall in love with the creativity embedded in the beautiful designs of the #Emilinks doors. Now I just can’t imagine living in a house without doors, that’s not a home of course otherwise how long will you continue to fight off intruders, prawlers, has weather conditions, harmful crawling insects and rodents….????? Don’t even bother to think of it, cos it’s appalling already… ?
    Need I say more? Alright, go out there and grab #Emilinks doors, they are of top quality, very affordable and durable, trust me you’re on your way to enjoying a cozy home with all the comfort and privacy you can ever think of.
    Go for #Emilinks doors and you’ll be glad you did.
    @bellanaija #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  40. Douglas

    August 12, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    If I were an Emilinks Door

    If I were an Emilinks door, I’d sway with you in tow
    open you to the moon and back as warm winds gently blow.

    Lead you into to slumber land where dreams are often made
    a trip across the river blue where the ferry man was paid.

    I’ll open you into porch light hours, as time slips through like sand
    watch the sun set drift in prayer, while I envelope your hand.

    I’d inspire you to write of love, the scene unbound in gold
    emotions tumble with the breeze, a story to be told.

    So if I were an Emilinks door, I’d waltz you in forever
    into perfect shades of varnished strength that binds us both together.

    Take you in rested and at peace, I’ll protect you from strife
    not offered by every other doors, supporting you for life…

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 5

  41. theodora nwaodu

    August 12, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5 The main function of the door in my home is to protect the home against intruders or other unwanted people, the doors in my house are so thick to the extend you need to gather muscle inorder to open them some one that has not eating can not open my front door,is so think that any criminals or other people who are forcing themselves into the home cannot open it.the thickness sometimes use to annoy me because my litle once cant open it so i have been the only person doing the work,
    The thickness also provides a strong feeling of security to me and my love once living inside the home.we always go to sleep without any fear, because we know that no one will be able to come into our home without our knowledge or consent.
    The style of the door in my house made people to think that we are rich not knowning that we are just coping and managing, The style of the door really fit and match to the theme of the home.A good-looking door can make the house appear more beautiful, and it may even increase its value.

  42. flora

    August 12, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    Doors!
    People like doors
    And people are like doors.
    People like to be open to new people and new experiences.
    People like to be closed so they can keep themselves free of unruly things like feelings and protect themselves from getting hurt.
    People like to open doors to new opportunities and things that will make them feel secure or jettison them into success.
    People like to close doors behind them so that you can’t follow
    When they decide that you’re not good enough….
    And walk away from you.
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day5

  43. Creamy Lebo

    August 12, 2016 at 12:59 pm

    @bellanaija #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5
    Errmm but, when am I going to win?
    Or are my door posing photos not beautiful enough..?? ???
    Is it that my turn is yet to come..?
    Am discouraged ooooo should I stop sending my entries…??? ????????
    Who will answer my questions???
    Wait. #Emilinks have got millions of doors, they can open just a few of their doors and find answers for me, or better still make me win oooooooooooohhhh!!!! Lols
    #EmilinksNg #Emilinks #MyDoorStory day 5 ?

  44. Uzi Gabriel

    August 12, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    If I were an Emilinks Door

    If I were an Emilinks door, I’d sway with you in tow
    open you to the moon and back as warm winds gently blow.

    Lead you into to slumber land where dreams are often made
    a trip across the river blue where the ferry man was paid.

    I’ll open you into porch light hours, as time slips through like sand
    watch the sun set drift in prayer, while I envelope your hand.

    I’d inspire you to write of love, the scene unbound in gold
    emotions tumble with the breeze, a story to be told.

    So if I were an Emilinks door, I’d waltz you in forever
    into perfect shades of varnished strength that binds us both together.

    Take you in rested and at peace, I’ll protect you from strife
    not offered by every other doors, supporting you for life…

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 5

  45. Bello John

    August 12, 2016 at 1:16 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5

    My door and I
    There is this popular cliché “you never know the value of what you have until you lose it”. Yes, this saying, always on Ayomide, my sister’s lip, especially when something awkward happened that she had earlier rebuked. With parted lips, and dilating eyeballs almost jumping out of its sockets, Emily would carry her head about nodding it like the way agama lizard does muttering the cliché. I have always wondered what the cliché meant. I was 10 then, so my idea about what the cliché meant was still vague.

    My house, a two bed room flat, semi- detached and facing the street road gave a position that allowed so much ventilation that when it begins to rain or there is heavy wind, our front door begins to clap to the rhythm of the force the wind or rain is pulling. The clapping of the door was as a result of my constant hitting. Each time I want to cry silly, I would go straight to the door and start hitting it. This was to draw attention of my mum or anyone of my siblings that cares to come cajole me and give or promise me what I had wanted. Sometimes the trick would work but most of the time, I’d be yell at to leave the door and not break it. Ayomide would caution always with her usual cliché, “you never know the value of what you have until you lose it”, break that door with your silly cries and we all would suffer the consequence. I would not care but kept hitting hard and because I was the baby of the house, my dad had warned them to desist from beating me.

    That evening, all hell was let loose, as it rained cat and dog. And because I had been hitting our front door severally on different occasions and because the door was aging, some nuts had come off. And no one knew. The door yielded to the force of the wind that came with the rain and ‘thud, it sounded on the floor. The door collapsed’ in front of us, the “thud” sound sent chills down my spine. Our once warmth room became suddenly cold. The wind rushed in to our embrace. I began to quiver immediately. It was that night I had a firm grasp of the meaning of the cliché my sister use to say. Ayomide came right in front of me and murmured the cliché pointing to the door. I didn’t know when I nodded yes to the cliché.
    I realised a doorway not only enables you to enter a room without breaking through the wall. Or that they enable you have some privacy or for security reasons. But because they are necessary if you want to be able to keep rain and cold out, and be secure.

  46. Adedeji Adetoro

    August 12, 2016 at 1:17 pm

    Doors symbolize protection, privacy and control and when you are protected, you have peace of mind.
    I remember vividly how my sisters and I used to sweep out water from the passageway each time it rained heavily, because we had a bad door that couldn’t withstand heavy rain. I was young then. Whenever it was about to rain, we would lock the door leading to the passageway and secure it from within, with an ancient wooden bench that we had then. After that, my sisters and I would form a standby crew, armed with brooms and packers to protect the living room from invasion of rain water from the passageway (securing the door didn’t stop water from entering the passageway).
    During the rainy seasons, we prayed every night that it would not rain heavily in the midnight so that we can enjoy our sleep. We did this until the door problem was fixed.
    For high quality doors, doors that will protect your house and properties from water invasion and also guarantee your sleep, contact @EmilinksDoors.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory @bellanaija #EmilinksDoors

  47. Simon Rosemary

    August 12, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 5

    I have come to realize doors are important components of a building whether it is for a shop, house or office. The use is indispensable. From privacy to security, protection from unwanted visitors, and other environmental hazards to luxury, class, impression, beatification etc.

    No one would love it when they reach a banking premises or a reputable organisation’s premises only to find an old rickety door. In fact, it rubbishes their ego.

    They say first impression matters a lot which arguably birthed the adage “Dress the way you want to be addressed”

    Emilinks offer great quality doors that can fit your type of structure. Patronize them today and you sure will be glad you did.

  48. ijeoma jennifer march

    August 12, 2016 at 1:30 pm

    #Emilinks#my door story#Day 5#. My mum has always been a nice woman and the Friendliest neigbour(sometimes to a fault),and so one night we heard a noise from our neighbour’s place, and trust my mum to want to go and check what was going on,despite our warning so I decided to accompany her (as a good daughter) when we got there, to our greatest shock our neighbour were being robbed and one of the robbers on sighting my mum immediately signaled the rest and they gave my mum nd I a serious chase,as we were running my only prayer was “God let us just get inside and lock the door before they catch up with us” because I had confidence in our Emilinks door and my prayer was answered,they tried breaking in but couldn’t, because our Emilinks door was too strong for them and so they fled. You see our previous door was very weak,wood termite had eaten the “D” in d door,it had the strength of wafers biscuit so I just imagine if the robbers had met that door they would have broken through with just a clap. Although doors are used for creating ventilation,for privacy,for security,after that day the most important function of door to me became a mechanism used to allow wanted people in and unwanted people(robbers) out. I understood the importance of not just a door but an Emilinks door.

  49. theodora nwaodu

    August 12, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    #MyDoorstory #Emilinks #DAY5 the door to success is hardwork and determination, the way to an open door is so narrow while the close door is so wide it is left for some one to choose the one he or she will follow.
    determination is about the state of mind,

    it is a positive emotional feeling that involves persevering towards a open door in spite of obstacles,it occurs prior to goal attainment and serves to motivate behavior that will help achieve one’s open door. my father use to tell me any time i want to go back to school that people consider determination to be an emotion; in other determination is not just a cognitive state, but rather an affective state to open door, he use to tell me that if u like choose the wrong way as a father i have show u the right emilinks door to follow but when i reach school the friends i kept at really make my Gp very low but towords the end i buckly up and follow the front door not the back door again

  50. OMOLARA

    August 12, 2016 at 1:39 pm

    #MYDOORSTORY #@bellanaija Day 5
    I feel very adventurous. There are so many doors to be opened, and i’m not afraid to look behind. For the woman who comes back through the door in the wall will never be quite the same as the woman who went out. She will be wiser and more sure, happier and more satisfied, humbler in acknowledging her ignorance yet better equipped to understand the relationship of words to things. As i knocked, i waited patiently and because i did, the door opened. It opened from within and i could tell it had the potential to lead someplace quite different. For me that door is #EMILINKS #MYDOOROFPERCEPTION

  51. Ivie

    August 12, 2016 at 1:51 pm

    #Emilinksdoor day 5 #bellanaija
    My door story,….
    Selecting and installing the right door can really go a long way when it comes to enhancing the appearance of your home and making it a much better place to live in.
    I used to be ashamed of bringing my friends back to my house because of my door. We have all visited each others house except mine. Each day they asked to visit my house, I always bring up one excuse or the other. Deep down in my heart, I was ashamed of my ugly door. I had always wanted a strong, durable and beautiful door that will meet my style. You can then imagine my happiness when I heard about Emilinks door discount promo. I immediately called up and ordered for a brand new Emilink door. Now I have my Emilink door installed, my confidence has been boosted, I can now sleep with my eyes closed. This weekend I will be hosting my friends and of course we have lots of stories to gossip about. #winks

  52. Teggy A

    August 12, 2016 at 2:13 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 5 @bellanaija
    I went to the Health Centre of my working place recently, I reached one of the offices and saw that the doctor there was attending to a patient as I peeked through because I could see from outside the office because the door was bad as the top hinge holding the upper part of the door has pulled out from the door post. I know I am to wait until the patient came out. So I found a sit in the waiting section. There I noticed something, that there were other offices for doctors to attend to patients but this one office was being peeked at by everyone since the door is bad and what I came to examine by the doctor cannot be done in an office that anyone can peek through or an office with bad doors. So I decided I have to wait till I see a patient coming out of any of the doctor’s offices with properly closed doors.
    It is no doubt that that office with a bad door is of low quality and that office has lost the confidentiality of Doctor to patient because the door to the office is bad.
    I know that if it had been #Emilinks door that was used for that office, such bad door experience would not have affected that doctor’s office. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day 5

  53. Miss Bond

    August 12, 2016 at 2:17 pm

    #day5 #Emilink#bellanaija #mydoorstory.
    I strongly believe installing strongly-built door is one of the most effective ways to prevent burglaries and keep intruders at bay. I can clearly remember the days when armed robbers wrote letters to different houses before they carry out their operations. Our house fell victim to that. Ok, we live in the third floor of a 3 storey building. We just finished listening to the NTA network news when we heard two shots in the air. Our parents made us to lie under our beds as they headed for the door to see if it was well locked. Few minutes later,the robbers entered our compound. First,the first floor where they broke into the house only to find out that the man who lives there had jumped to the ground floor.The house was empty and they headed for the second floor and made out with a lot of cash. They got to ours, they made several attempts to break into our house but our door wouldn’t let them. They fired shots at the door but Emilink door stood gidigba. They tried for about an hour and even threatened that if they break the door they will kill us all. Few hours later, we heard the sound of the police siren and that wa when they ran away. Our door really saved us that day. My friends, with emilink door your maximum protection is assured. This is my door story.

  54. Flozy katty

    August 12, 2016 at 2:26 pm

    @bellanaija. #emilinks #mydoorstory giveaway #Day5.
    Doors are essential to our lives coz it serves as a protector to individuals and society at large. Doors plays an important role to us, coz without doors in our building it will look incomplete and its beauty will not be manifest. Doors secured Many valuable things for us Especially the #emilinks doors that have maximum security.
    I could remember what happen in my lodge last few months, the thieves came to my lodge but because it was a strong iron doors all over d building so they couldn’t get access but entered my neighbors room through her broken bathroom window that was why #emilinks furnishing products are the best because it is classic and unique.

  55. Amara Ujunwa

    August 12, 2016 at 2:43 pm

    #MyDoorStory I remeber one faithful my sister bought sometime on credit and fail to pay the day she suppose to pay ,they person she was owing now came to my house lucky enough my sister sited him from afar and ask me to tell him that she is not around which I said in quite “tell her I went out and the man where is she when she told you that I responded inside .the man because furious and walk towards the entrance and my sister so sharp notice what was about to happen quickly slam the door and it lock ,that was how she was saved from the man that day but she finally paid next day

  56. Ajoke

    August 12, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    Hmmmmmm, for years have been nursing this rat’s wahala entering through the door. It’s so embarrassing that I had to share my house with rats. One day a friend came visiting and my co-tenant(RAT) appeared and started running in the house.I was sooooo embarrassed. I tried changing my door times without number but all to no avail. Then i heard about #Emilinks doors out of curiosity I quickly change my door.now it’s finally over. No more co tenant (rats) Thanks to #Emilinks doors. Truly Emilinks saves.
    I rep #Emilinks. #mydoorstory #day5

  57. Ogochukwu

    August 12, 2016 at 2:51 pm

    Day 5. #Emilinks #Mydoorstory . For your office, home, church, shop, hotel, classroom emilink quality door is the answer!

  58. Bianca ugo

    August 12, 2016 at 3:04 pm

    #mydoorstory #day5 #Emilinks
    Years back in my village there was an outrageous robbery going on in the village ,they wil come to your house and choose a youth and the person will be taking them to people’s houses ,on getting to your door he will knock and tell you to open for him and when you do they will attack you,so on that faithful day it was our turn ,he came and knock and knock and there was no response started mentioning my name to open that his life is in danger I just relax and feel confident because my security got me covered ,imagine all the village was rubed is only me that was saved because I choose quality product from the stable of Emilinks ,since then people that are doing renovation in their house came to ask me the product of door I use and I will gladly recommend #emilinks door

  59. Ademola Adelugba

    August 12, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    A door is a moving structure used to block off, and allow access to, an entrance to or within an enclosed space, such as a building or vehicle.
    As a fire safety officer, door also provide a means of escape in case of fire accident. It is unfortunate that, in this side of the world, we don’t make our doors a means of escape. We are so concerned about security, leaving safety out. Hence, fire proof doors which serve the dual purpose of security and safety are sometimes recommended. When I heard of Emilinks fire outbreak resistance doors, I didn’t believe what I saw on their site till I visited their outlet in Lekki. I saw a ninth wonder that actually match their tagline “They look after you and your surroundings with a choice of trustworthy and long lasting closure systems that distinguish your surroundings with style”.
    What I am surprised at is why they didn’t add property to the tagline. So, I’ll implore them to change it to “They look after you, your properties and your surroundings with a choice of trustworthy and long lasting closure systems that distinguish your surroundings with style. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  60. P for Peas

    August 12, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    So here is #mydoorstory for #day5. I recall a weird occurence when I was just about 3 or 4 years old. I woke up in the middle of the night to my older sister shouting ‘Jesus’! She claimed she had seen a ghost turning in a circle behind the door. Even though I didn’t see anything, I believed her completely and almost wet my pants in fear. Our screams woke my dad who came to take us to his room. It took us over a week to be able to sleep in our room again. Ever since then, I’ve always made sure my bedroom door is locked before I go to sleep. You can never tell who or what is hiding behind the door lol. What am I getting at? Doors don’t only protect us against armed robbers or hired killers, they also protect us from other unwanted guests such as ghosts, rats, witches, snakes, vampires hehehehe. If doors won’t shut them out, at least they won’t give them a hiding space. So if you’re as scared of ghosts as I am, be sure to go for #emilinks doors. I heard they are ghost repellants *wink*

  61. Judith

    August 12, 2016 at 3:44 pm

    When God Closes a Door

    He walked away, head down, shoulders hunched, as though the whole world rested on his shoulders. And indeed it seemed so; he had just told the love of his life goodbye because he couldn’t give her the life she deserved. He turned to catch a last glimpse of her, just in time to see the door close. Even as the tears rolled down his cheek, he could make out the branding on the door…Emilinks. The picture of that door would stay with him forever, and so would the thought that popped into his head “When God closes a door, somewhere he opens a window.” He wondered where he had heard that saying before then discarded the thought. Right now all he could do was hope that he would find the open window or better still, another door, another chance, before it became too late for him to reclaim his lost love.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory  #Day5

  62. Mama darasimi

    August 12, 2016 at 4:16 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5
    “Mama, mama, mama”, I looked down my protruding belly at my 1 year 8months old daughter, Darasimi, tugging at my jeans and pointing to the aisle with its beautiful display of toys. “Yes baby what is it?” She replied with her babyish babbles that only she understood. It bothered me that at her age, the only words she could say were mama, dada and bye. Even though I knew there was no reason to be worried, with another baby on the way, it was beginning to get to me. “Aaaaah chuuuu” she screeched as she ran away. Waddling, I tried to keep up with her, yelling at her to stop. She ran into the section containing furniture where a mother with her identical twin boys were shopping. The boys immediately ran to their mom, “fine baby” they yelled in excitement, pointing at my daughter. Finally catching up with my daughter, I scooped her into my arms as I smiled at the mom, and exchanged pleasantries.

    “How old are they?”, I asked as we watched the children playing. “They are just going to be 18 months in two weeks” she replied. I felt my eyes filling up with tears. Pregnancy hormones were making me weepy, but it would be so much easier if darasimi could start talking, I thought, as I discreetly rubbed my eyes. God forbid this new baby comes and she is still babbling like this! I shuddered. Just then we heard a commotion at the aisle displaying various doors. I hurried there to prevent whatever mischief the children were up to. The three children were standing in front of a door which darasimi was pointing to. “Pine doo”. She said. I frowned as I approached her. “What did you say sweetie?” “Pine doo”, she replied, looking at me intently and pointing at the door. My heart skipped. Could it be… Just then one of the boys echoed her words. “Fine door!” he yelled while his brother screamed with glee and Darasimi jumped up and down excitedly. “pine doo, pine doo, pine doo”. I felt myself sink to the floor in shock. “Madam are you alright?” the sales lady asked me, her face worried. I nodded at her and pointed to the door. What door is that. “Oh that’s an Emilinks door ma. They are really beautiful, durable and….” I barely listened to the rest of what she was saying. I grabbed my phone and dialled my husband. “Darasimi just said two words in English! I started, tears seeping down my eyes in wonder. “There is this door we just have to buy and I don’t care if we don’t have where to put it yet…..”
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  63. Shobande Keymon Yomi

    August 12, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    #Day4 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    I remembered That Faithful Day our street in Ogun State, Sagamu, were attacked by Armed Robbers.
    Can never forget this Attack because I lost my Best Friend when we were attacked in our street.

    After two weeks, the armed Robbers were arrested and they were interviewed.
    One of the Armed Robbers said their mission is to attack our home but the story changed because they were unable to break in our house because of the Doors were tightly closed and Secured.
    So, they decided to move to the next neighborhood home and take away their Belongings and also killed my Best friend(Soji Abbass,may his soul rest in peace).

    The end point is that,assuming our door isn’t tightly closed and very secured, the Armed Robbers would have attacked our home probably by now I would have lost my Life instead of my friend Soji.
    But thank God am still alive to share my DOOR STORY.

  64. Omo

    August 12, 2016 at 4:30 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5
    In life it is very important to know what you want and go for it. A neighbour moved into our compound a few months ago and insisted he will change the doors to his flat and the landlord said he should go ahead only if he the tenant will bear the cost. The tenant went ahead and changed all his doors. Barely three months later, on a sunny Friday afternoon there was a fire outbreak from the landlord’s quarters…as we were trying to curtail the fire, the flames went straight to this new tenants corridor (who was not at home at the time) and attacked the corridor and all of a sudden the flame went off immediately it got to the door. After sometime we were able to put out the fire….when he returned the landlord asked him how come the fire mellowed when it got to his flat to which the man replied that it was Emilinks fire proof door. After that incidence my landlord asked every tenant to compulsorily change their doors to Emilinks doors at his expense. Now we are no longer afraid of fire outbreak, For safety and protection against fire outbreaks go for Emilinks fireproof doors.

  65. Sanny

    August 12, 2016 at 5:28 pm

    This incidence still remains evergreen in my memory. it was a night to remember. At about 1:00am I was still awake in the living room watching a tv program when i heard some footstep coming towards our front door. I immediately switched of the tv set and hid behind the shelf so I won’t make noise while trying to run upstairs.
    There where I hid I could hear the robbers voices.
    One of them was asked to open the door with their master key while he was still trying to open it another voice said.
    BROSS NA EMILINKS DOOR BE THIS OH ANOTHER KEY NO DE OPEN THIS DOOR…
    After this I couldn’t hear their voices anymore they had left… Thank God for this amazing emilinks door we have.
    #mydoorstory #emilinks #Day5

  66. Ameenah

    August 12, 2016 at 5:36 pm

    #Emilinks # MyDoorStory. My Door My Sanity. My son will say mummy has locked the door… And I’ll always smile within me and wonder what my life will look like without doors, running after my kids like an insane woman. E for be ‘mental case’. Am thankful for doors most especially EMILINKS

  67. igweze tonia qeency

    August 12, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day5 I so much love the door in my home, it use to save me from unwanted visitor, the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall down from my hand when am about to pick his call. Lastly the door in my house have me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me

  68. igweze tonia qeency

    August 12, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day5 I so much love the door in my home, it use to save me from unwanted visitor, the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall down from my hand when am about to pick his call. Lastly the door in my house have me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me.

  69. dibor gloria

    August 12, 2016 at 6:05 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #DAY5 Doors When it comes to designing a home, the significant role played by doors can never be overlooked. They not just let light and air into a home but also perform many other important functions. Selecting the right door can go a long way when it comes to enhancing the appearance of your home and making it a much better place to live in.
    Safety & Security Doors perform the important function of keeping homes safe and secured. Installing strongly-built doors is one of the most effective ways to prevent burglaries and keep intruders at bay. Modern doors and windows themselves come with extra security features that can prove to be very useful when it comes to ensuring home security.
    Home Value The quality of doors and windows can have an impact on the value of your home. Good-quality doors give an impression that your home is well-maintained. With good-quality doors,
    #Emilinks doors are more energy-efficient and can ensure complete safety of your home. They specialize in design, manufacture, installation and service of 100% customized doors.Installing doors is an excellent way to enhance the beauty of your home and make it a more comfortable place to live in.

  70. Solomon Akinboyewa Olawale

    August 12, 2016 at 6:22 pm

    Doors are first impression when we get to any home, aside that, they serve as safety, guidance and defense against intruders. The two main doors (front and back ) in our home are very important and both has their own importance
    The back door of the house symbolizes flow and circulation of air that can occur in a home, without a back door there’s a potential for stagnation. In my house the back door is often the one we use the most because it is convenient. The garage is at the back of my house so carrying groceries and other items from the car to the closest door makes sense. It’s also hard to make an argument about using the front door. when the garage is attached and there’s a door leading directly into my house, located only a few feet from the car. No one would walk around to the front with bags and boxes, ignoring the side door right in front of them. Despite the fact that the front door represents the place where good luck and opportunities arrive and should be used as often as possible so as the back door which aids ventilation. Emilinks doors are recommended for every homes because it is quality and durable.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    #Day5

  71. firdausi

    August 12, 2016 at 7:18 pm

    I stepped out of the car and took a deep breath, the house had just been renovated and I was last to see it.
    My breathing stopped
    My heart beat accelerated
    I was in awe
    If the door was looking like this how will the house be looking.
    I stood and stared at the door, time flew past, how was this even possible, I wondered.
    It was just me and the beautiful door, if I was given a chance to come back as anything in the next life, i’ll come back as this door.
    This surreal, ethereal Emilinks door.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day5

  72. Sanny

    August 12, 2016 at 7:22 pm

    Another month has passed you still haven’t come back the door is still open if you change your mind

    I still wonder where we went wrong and so i kept the door open if you change your mind

    when ever someone talks about you I can’t help but feel my heart drops small voice is screaming out for you

    “please change your mind”it’s been exactly 2 years and 8 months I try to look for you in every passing stranger I found little parts of you in them so i let them in the open door

    I have made a realization;waiting for you is taking quite some time flies are all over the house now I think i have to close the door.

    Guess what its not just any door but an Emilinks door you cant come in whenever you want anymore.

    Because Not even a master key can open my dearest emilinks door… Itz Bae. ??
    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks day5

  73. jumoke dada

    August 12, 2016 at 7:31 pm

    @bellanaija #Emilinks NG
    am one of the lucky winners of day3 and am yet to receive my prize tanks.

  74. Didi

    August 12, 2016 at 7:56 pm

    When the winds blows, the thunder strikes and the rain falls like cat and dog, to avoid water splashing into my house, I close my door first and the windows comes next because I know when the door is safely closed, the window is sure to be secured. My Emilinks door, My Everything. For it is even said that a House without a Gate is better than a House without a Door.
    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory#Day5#[email protected] online

  75. Abiodun Mustapha

    August 12, 2016 at 8:14 pm

    Behind a closed door is Emilinks meeting #Emilinks#MyDoors story

  76. Latina A

    August 12, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    The best doors so far in our office is Emlinks fire doors think of Qualities thinks of #Emilinks##### Champion in style

  77. jumoke dada

    August 12, 2016 at 8:31 pm

    #singing# bella don pay shout halleluyah.
    Emilinks don pay shout halleluyah ohh ohhh ohh
    halleluyh halleluyah…thanks muah!kip it real♡♡♡

  78. Ablekenzy

    August 12, 2016 at 8:52 pm

    Day 5.
    A door is first and foremost an entrance. On a literal level a door usually leads to the inside of something, be it a house, building, or other structure. Within a structure itself a door serves as both an entrance and exit to other rooms, a passageway between rooms, and an exit from the structure. On a metaphorical level, a door can become an entrance to nearly anything, but it is most commonly used to symbolize the entrance to another world. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  79. Ugoo nwosu

    August 12, 2016 at 8:58 pm

    DAY 5….
    Running back home, I thought about the door, for some reason I
    couldn’t get it out of my mind. All evening I thought about it, I was
    sure that the lock hadn’t been there before! Oh well! Going to bed I
    thought about it. It was in my dreams too. I was trying to get in, but
    suddenly there were chains on it. Then I heard a bolt slide in place
    and I could see it in the crack in the door. There were more chains,
    and more chains. Every time I tried to get in more padlocks, more
    chain and bolts would appear.

    The next day I ran to the field and looked at the door, phew, just the
    same as before. I started looking for the key, and then I realized
    that maybe the door wouldn’t be locked today! Running to the door, I
    took a good twist and yank. Suddenly I heard a bolt slid into place.
    Each day I came there would appear another chain or padlock. What was
    the secret to the door! It was as if it was alive, and wouldn’t let me
    see their secrets. One day I counted the locks. One keyhole, seven
    padlocks, two bolts and numerous chains.

    Finally, one day when coming home from a friend’s house it struck me.
    The way I was heading would lead me straight to the back of the door.
    I had tried looking around the door but it was stone. Walking slowly
    and carefully I found behind the door a net of problems. From then on
    each day I would work carefully and slowly and find the source and key
    of the problems. They were very dainty and were breakable as hair. You
    had to treat them as carefully as if they were human. After months of
    working I finally had it down to one little knot. And for some reason
    I couldn’t stand to undo that knot, I had done my job and it was
    finished. I never came back there, and I think it was all for the
    better. #Emilnks #mydoorstory #novella

  80. Kcee

    August 12, 2016 at 9:05 pm

    Day 5: A convo between doors.
    Emilinks door : why are you sad?
    Door 2:I am sad because my time is near
    Emilinks door: what do you mean?
    Door 2:can you see, I am old, my Fine appearance is now replaced by an ugly one, I am no longer strong, a kick can bring me down.
    Emilinks door :Awwww don’t be sad, at least you have carried out your work here, just that you got tired and got used so quick.
    Door 2: I know but some doors even as they get old are still as strong as they were new.
    Emilinks door: wow is that so? Name one door for me
    Door 2: please don’t mock me, don’t you know I am referring to you and your siblings. I really envy you guys.
    Emilinks door : Well what can I say, my master wanted to change the game in the furniture world so he had to make us.
    Door 2: sure he did. I wish my master was as smart as he was.
    Emilinks door :so any last wish?
    Door 2: I just wish any door that comes after I am gone is either you or any of your siblings. Same goes to my siblings. We can leave this world in peace knowing you guys are the superheroes of our time. Beautifying and protecting lives and properties.
    Emilinks door: I feeled honored. Thanks
    Door 2: Don’t mention, I am meant to thank you for coming to our rescue..

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day5

  81. emeka udeh

    August 12, 2016 at 9:36 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day5 there are things known and things unknown and in between are the doors, what we really want to do is what we are really meant to do. When we do what we are meant to do, money comes to us, doors open for us, we feel useful, and the work we do feels like play to us. For too long decisions have been taken behind closed doors – tablets of Stone have simply been past down to people without bothering to involve people, listen to there views or give them information about what we are doing.
    The lips of the wise are as the doors of a cabinet, no sooner are they opened,but treasures are poured out before thee.
    stand-up can take you in so many different places,
    So many doors can be opened up from stand – up comedy, and the first one that was opened up for me was acting,But you can go from acting to being a TV personality to being radio personality to being a writer to being a producer, to just being a visionary, to voiceover work.

  82. Aminu Muhammed

    August 12, 2016 at 9:54 pm

    When you have Super Solid and Quality DOOR! You can sleep with your two eyes close that why i always choose Emilinks Doors because with Emilinks Doors my security is fully guaranteed! #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day5

  83. Linda C. Kenneth

    August 12, 2016 at 10:23 pm

    Day 5

    BEING USHERED THROUGH EMILINKS DOOR TOWARDS A BRIGHT DAY!

    I woke up this morning, opening my door, I was greeted with a bright day!

    Closing it behind me to reply and respond to the greetings of this day, I was glad having such a door. Knowing that my home is safe and secure.

    Throughout the day, I was doing all days activities with a joyful smiles on my face. Remembering how my door ushered me to such a wonderful day like this. And I couldn’t stop thinking how am going to be ushered in into my home with a warm welcome.

    Coming back home after the days’ work, I was to be ushered in into my warm and welcome home, I noticed admirers standing at the entrance to my room.

    I asked, “What’s the matter? What are you all staring at?” Only for me to notice smiles on all their faces with one of them saying, “What a wonderful and durable door you have there. It has just saved your home from being robbed today again.” And all I could say is, “Yeah, it has always keep me and my room safe and secure.” What more can I say than to say thanks to #Emilinks door for ushering me to the brightest of days and keeping my room safe once again while providing #MyDoorStory

  84. Oluwaseun Afolabi

    August 12, 2016 at 10:44 pm

    What a egress to walk through each day, Ade said after passing through a door that open and close itself in a super mall, Ade go forth and back to indorse if the door will do the same, and the door doesn’t thwart him, it must be some one that did that or the door has eyes, that’s not important anyways, so far I can go in there and get what I want and come out safely. It doesn’t bother me. He checked the tagged, hmmmm Emilinks, what a name. But come to think, doors are very important, how will a building be without door, in completed building? He soliloquized.
    Not only building ooo, my mouth is a door of my body, I can decide what to put in and the output, but sometimes the output of my mouth must come out so it won’t be hazardous to my flesh house.
    Oh so is door important in a house, wow, and my door at home is not safe, I know that. I need Emilinks door so that it can open and close itself, determines who to take in and to send out. Barricade frivolous act and protect its house master, no security needed, and no extra lock, all I need is Emilinks door and that’s all.
    Ade’s soliloquy attracted the attention of the buyer, seller and passerby, while he was still starring at the door in the super mall. I think you are right bro, what is the name of the door again? This question bring Ade back from his Dramatic Soliloquy and he answered Eeeemiiiilinks Emilinks!
    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day5

  85. Oluwaseun Afolabi

    August 12, 2016 at 11:04 pm

    What an egress to walk through each day, Ade said after passing through a door that open and close itself in a super mall, Ade go forth and back to indorse if the door will do the same, and the door doesn’t thwart him, it must be some one that did that or the door has eyes, that’s not important anyways, so far I can go in there and get what I want and come out safely. It doesn’t bother me. He checked the tagged, hmmmm Emilinks, what a name. But come to think of it, doors are very important, how will a building be without door, uncompleted building? He soliloquized.
    Not only building ooo, my mouth is a door of my body, I can decide what to put in and the output, but sometimes the output of my mouth must come out, so it won’t be hazardous to my flesh house.
    Oh so is door important in a house, wow, and my door at home is not safe, I know that. I need Emilinks door so that it can open and close itself, determines who to take in and to send out. Barricade frivolous act and protect its house master, no security needed, and no extra lock all I need is Emilinks door and that’s all.
    Ade’s soliloquy attracted the attention of the buyer, seller and passerby, while he was still starring at the door in the super mall. I think you are right bro, what is the name of the door again? This question bring Ade back from his Dramatic Soliloquy and he answered Eeeemiiiilinks Emilinks!
    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks day5

  86. Oluwaseun Afolabi

    August 12, 2016 at 11:10 pm

    What a egress to walk through each day, Ade said after passing through a door that open and close itself in a super mall, Ade go forth and back to indorse if the door will do the same, and the door doesn’t thwart him, it must be some one that did that or the door has eyes, that’s not important anyways, so far I can go in there and get what I want and come out safely. It doesn’t bother me. He checked the tagged, hmmmm Emilinks, what a name. But come to think of it, doors are very important, how will a building be without door, uncompleted building? He soliloquized.
    Not only building ooo, my mouth is a door of my body, I can decide what to put in and the output, but sometimes the output of my mouth must come out so it won’t be hazardous to my flesh house.
    Oh so is door important in a house, wow, and my door at home is not safe, I know that. I need Emilinks door so that it can open and close itself, determines who to take in and to send out. Barricade frivolous act and protect its house master, no security needed, and no extra lock all I need is Emilinks door and that’s all.
    Ade’s soliloquy attracted the attention of the buyer, seller and passerby, while he was still starring at the door in the super mall. I think you are right bro, what is the name of the door again? This question bring Ade back from his Dramatic Soliloquy and he answered Eeeemiiiilinks Emilinks!
    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory DAY 5

  87. Oluwaseun Afolabi

    August 12, 2016 at 11:12 pm

    Great short story out there Oluwaseun #Emilinks#MyDoorStory

  88. Mayo

    August 12, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    Omg! Thank you EmilinksNG and bellanaija

  89. Esther Ola

    August 13, 2016 at 12:03 am

    Every door has a story. I often think doors are veils to homes, each has a distinct character, speaking volumes of the people living behind the it. Doors can be life changing either positively or negatively. Every door leads to a new phase,doors can be likened to opportunities paving way for blessings and promotions. Every time a door opens, we are welcomed into a totally new environment to learn,strive,grow and make an impact. It’s fun to guess what could possibly be behind a door; emotions, an array of secrets and mysteries. Doors,a pathway to laughter,heartaches, hopes, banter and lots more. #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #bellanaija #Day5

  90. Adams Adeosun

    August 13, 2016 at 1:46 am

    Mother said every door has a voice. So when I walk through a door, I try to learn its language.

    I left every door I passed in the house open and went out to play football. At the front door, I left a slight gap between the door and its post. It was talking to me, probably pleading that I closed it. But if I did, mother might hear the bang and stop me from going out.

    An hour and five goals later, I returned home to find every door ajar. We warned you, they all seemed to say.

    In the house, a stench registered in my nostrils. A trail of shit led from the front door into my bedroom. In the room, Bingo, our dog laid drooling on my pillow.

    “Emeka” mother shouted from the living room. She had found the shit trail too.

    I thought I heard the doors laugh when mother pounced on me. Silly boy, they must have said. It was the last time I ever left a door open.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  91. michael olaleye

    August 13, 2016 at 5:23 am

    @bellanaija #Emilink #day5 my saving grace #my door story. Thank God is Friday. I never knew what it meant until I started working. Went for an all night party on this very Friday, I had so much fun that I had to switch off my phone so as not to be disturbed by any member of my family. On getting home around 5:30am on Saturday I saw 2 RRS patrol van with the RRS team fully armed and also so many people outside my house with my family members also my neighbors outside. I was was wondering what could have been the problem, so I asked my kid sister what happened and she replied ” 6gangs of robbers came to our compound and their target was our flat” I was dumbfounded when I heard that, so I asked what happened then she narrated and said ” few mins after my dad drove in he came in with a briefcase filled with money and she opened the door and locked both the front and rare doors and they all went into their rooms, they heard heavy bang at the door so my dad peeped through thetiny lens by the door onl to see a man with covered face shouting open the door. He ran and told everyone to come into the kitchen store and hide there. They banged for a while tried to break the door but they couldn’t, they even shot at the door but it was a fruitless effort. So they went away to the next flat and robbed them even shot a woman. An hour later the RRS team came and 2 of the men were captured” then I remembered we just changed both the front and rare door to emilink bulletproof doors which was our saving grace..

  92. michael olaleye

    August 13, 2016 at 5:29 am

    @bellanaija #Emilinks #day5 my saving grace #my door story. Thank God is Friday!!! I never knew what it meant until I started working. Went for an all night party on this very Friday, I had so much fun that I had to switch off my phone so as not to be disturbed by any member if my family. On getting home around 5:30am on Saturday I saw 2 RRS patrol van with the RRS team fully armed and also so many people outside my house with my family members also my neighbors outside. I was was wondering what could have been the problem, so I asked my kid sister what happened and she replied ” 6gangs of robbers came to our compound and theit target was our flat” I was dumbfounded when I heard that so I asked what happened then she narrated and said ” few mins after my dad drove in he came in with a briefcase filled with money and she opened the door and locked both the front and rare doors and they all went into their rooms, they heard heavy bang at the door so my dad peeped through thetiny lens by the door onl to see a man with covered face shouting open the door. He ran and told everyone to come into the kitchen store and his there. They banged for a while tried to break the door but they couldn’t, they even shot at the door but it was a fruitless effort. So they went away to the next flat and robbed them even shot a woman. An hour later the RRS team came and 2 of the men were captured” then I remembered we just changed both the front and rare door to emilinks bulletproof doors which was our saving grace.

  93. rejoiceoke

    August 13, 2016 at 8:45 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory – Day5
    there are so many doors to be opened, & i am not afraid to look behind them,i so much love standing at the door or sit close to door so as to be the first to walk away after lecture or any seminar i attend, because of that i join the user work in my church inorder to stand closer to the door and Be a opener of doors to receive fresh air and to welcome every one that enter through the door
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home.
    To seal out weather,insects and dirt it is important to properly size your door. When you see daylight under your door that means it is not the right size and needs to be replaced or repaired.

  94. John Jimmy

    August 13, 2016 at 9:13 am

    The
    sounds
    started
    again.
    The
    heavy
    dis embodied
    breathing.
    The
    high
    pitched
    scraping.
    “Oh
    no,”
    he
    whispered.
    He
    forgot
    to
    close
    his
    bathroom
    door
    before
    retiring
    to
    bed.
    He
    glanced
    at
    the
    clock.
    3:01
    AM,
    it
    read. If only he would have remembered to shut it.
    Now he would have to deal with this again. But why?
    Why does this happen if a door is left cracked open?
    Are these some sort of twisted dreams he’s having,
    or is this real? Questions flowed through his head like
    uncontrolled rapids in a restless river. How many
    times is this now? Four? Five?
    “This can’t be happening,” he exclaimed. Before he
    even began to ponder the answers to these
    questions, he heard a loud crash coming from within
    the bathroom. It was a slapping sound, as if
    something heavy and wet suddenly fell onto the
    cheap linoleum tiles. A few moments passed. He
    listened attentively and peered at the door. The
    room was dark, but his eyes had somewhat adjusted
    since he had awoken. He could see the outline of the
    door handle and frame. He glanced around
    nervously. His room was modest. There was a
    dresser, desk and a couple of pictures hanging on the
    wall. The apartment itself was older, but in good
    condition.
    His eyes diverted to the closet. What? What was this??
    His closet doors appeared to be completely shut, but
    he looked closer. There were two sliding doors, each
    one on a separate guide rail. The leftmost door was
    closed and flush to the wall, but the right one was
    cracked open ever so slightly. “My God,” he said.
    Never had he forgotten to completely shut two doors
    at once.
    His pulse raced and his breathing increased. It was
    difficult for him to hear anything else. All was still in
    his room as he looked around. There was no
    movement. Nothing. His eyes focused back to the
    bathroom door. It was now halfway open. “No,” he
    murmured. He was stricken with fear. He grabbed his
    comforter and pulled it slowly towards him. His
    breathing got louder and louder; almost
    uncontrolled. His eyes shifted around the room once
    more, not knowing what would come next. He
    wanted to jump out of bed and run away but couldn’t.
    His paralyzing fear had left him to cower under the
    bed sheets.
    A few minutes had passed. Nothing was happening.
    “Maybe nothing will,” he reassured himself. His heart
    rate had slowed, slightly. His breathing was still rapid,
    but gradually subsided. He noticed he could move
    again, slowly pushing away his covers. He looked
    towards the light switch, which was near the bedroom
    door. If only he could muster the courage to reach it
    and flip it on. It would only take a couple seconds. His
    breathing slowed to near normal and most of his
    senses were returning.
    He began to sit up, still staring at the light switch on
    the wall. His focus was entirely on flipping that
    switch. He knew everything would be okay if the
    lights turned on. He would be able to call a friend, or
    maybe his parents, for help. Would they believe him?
    Maybe, maybe not. Would they think he’s crazy?
    Possibly. It doesn’t matter at this point. He only
    wants this to be over; to be safe again. Nothing has
    happened yet, though. Not like the last few times. It
    was horrible, he remembered. He still has the scars
    on his back and stomach. On his legs. Most would
    consider them unexplained, or even self-inflicted.
    The things that happened to him were just too
    unbelievable. Fantastical, even.
    His mind had wandered, but returned to the task at
    hand. He needed to get out of his bed and to that
    switch. He swung his legs around so that his feet
    were nearly touching the floor. He looked down to
    make sure nothing was there. All was clear. He
    peered up again and started to hunch forward;
    gaining momentum to stand up and move towards
    the bedroom door. A sudden noise directly behind
    him stopped him dead in his tracks. It was a scurrying
    sound, unnatural in a way. He started breathing hard
    again; his body trembled. After a few moments, he
    slowly turned his head and torso to look behind him.
    There was nothing. All he could see were his two
    pillows and the blankets that had been ruffled due to
    his prior movements. He sighed a little and
    reassured himself again, “You’re hearing things.” He
    turned back toward the door, remembering he
    needed to turn on the lights. A pale white face stared
    at him, inches from his own. It was disgusting, almost
    unbearable to look at. The mouth grinned from ear
    to ear, sinister in its appearance. Rotting teeth and
    receding gums emitted a foul and putrid smell, as if
    death itself was present. The nose was pointed and
    uneven. The facial lines were too numerous to count.
    The eyes. The eyes were the worst part. They were
    black and reflected a glimmer of moonlight from the
    nearby window. They stared right into his.
    He unhesitatingly flinched backwards in one swift
    movement. The face and its thin, twig-like body
    followed immediately. He shrieked with horror when
    he bumped into something behind him. His head
    reflexively turned around to see what it was. Another
    white face, near identical to the first, laid its head on
    his shoulder. The same black eyes stared into his.
    These two twig-like creatures started to grab him
    feverishly, almost certainly bruising every part they
    lay a hand to. Their faces remained, staring within
    inches of his. It was almost too much for him to take.
    He closed his eyes and screamed in agony and fear.
    His eyes cracked open and noticed their grins were
    even wider, almost impossibly wide. More teeth
    poured out of their mouths. “Oh please stop, oh
    gahhh,” he seemingly gargled as they poked and
    prodded his body. His flesh became sensitive and
    weak. They began to dig their twig-like claws into his
    body. His stomach tore open, expelling part of his
    innards. He screamed again. Another claw ripped the
    skin on his back. It reached inside and grabbed one of
    his ribs. It pulled hard, trying to break it from the
    rest of his chest cavity. He continued to scream and
    cried uncontrollably. The pain was excruciating. His
    eyes closed once again. He couldn’t focus on anything
    except for the pain. It was too much to handle. He
    just wanted it to be over; he wanted to die.
    Through the commotion, he heard a knock on the
    door. The knocking continued, but it was hard for him
    to concentrate. The creatures continued to harass
    him, growing more and more aggressive by the
    second. The knocking turned to pounding. Pounding
    and pounding and pounding. It got so loud, the room
    seemed to shake.
    He suddenly sat up in bed, sweating profusely. He
    looked around confused. The strange beings were
    gone. He glared at the closet and bathroom doors.
    They were still cracked open, although not halfway as
    seen before. He quickly remembered his wounds and
    looked down to inspect himself. He felt his stomach
    and back. There was nothing wrong. No blood.
    Nothing.
    “A dream, just a dream,” he said to himself. It was all
    just a nightmare. And the other nights. The other
    instances. They must have been dreams as well, he
    thought. He sighed in relief. He suddenly
    remembered what had awakened him. The knocking;
    the pounding at his bedroom door. He looked
    towards the door. It was closed. He sat for a
    moment, hanging his head, thinking. The knocking
    started again. He quickly glanced up at the door. The
    knocking continued, growing louder. What? How?
    Nobody else is here, he thought. “Who’s there?” he
    asked, not knowing what else to say. There was no
    answer. “What do you want?” he asked. Again, no
    answer. The knocking continued to grow louder, its
    pace intensifying. It was abnormal. Nobody knocks
    like this, he thought. It stopped, as suddenly as it
    started. A few minutes passed. Total silence engulfed
    the room, except for his heavy breathing. “It’s
    Crystal,” a voice said. Crystal? Why is she here? “What
    are you doing here?” he questioned. There was no
    answer. He wondered why she came over. Did he call
    her in his sleep? How could he? And how could she
    be knocking on his bedroom door? He locks his
    apartment every night before he turns in for bed. He
    makes sure of it; it’s somewhat of an OCD thing, he
    thought. How did she get in? Question upon question
    ran though his head. He could not figure it out.
    The door handle turned briskly. The door opened,
    but just a crack. “What are you doing?” he demanded
    out of fear. The bedroom door remained cracked
    open. The little that he could see of the room behind
    it appeared as an abyss, even darker than his own
    room.
    After some uneventful moments, he pulled off his
    covers and climbed out of bed. Keeping his eye on
    the bedroom door, he shuffled towards it. His eyes
    suddenly shifted towards the light switch. He
    remembered, from his dream, the importance of
    turning on the lights. “Crystal,” he said nervously. The
    door was still cracked open, total blackness engulfing
    the other side.
    He finally reached the light switch. He looked at it for
    a second, then back at the door. He couldn’t see
    anything. He needed light. His eyes focused back on
    the switch as his hand moved toward it. His fingers
    barely brushed it when a twig-like arm reached out
    from the darkness behind his bedroom door. It
    quickly grabbed his wrist and squeezed. His mouth
    dropped as the door creaked open, revealing the
    outline of his friend Crystal. She was close to him,
    but the room was still too dark to make out any
    details. Her head and face suddenly moved within
    inches of his; her black eyes glistening from the
    moonlight that peaked through his window blinds.

  95. Owolabi enilolobo

    August 13, 2016 at 9:32 am

    After God #Emilinks doors are the best for protection and privacy in every homes, its strong , beautiful and its made of world class quality materials, join the rest of happy Nigerians using emilinks door in their homes and be part of this big family, patronize them today and be happy #MyDoorstory

  96. Abdulsalami Abayomi

    August 13, 2016 at 11:04 am

    Alhaji Mukaila Abdulsalam was an outstanding man. Very principled and lived a routined life.
    As a father,he taught us his kids respect privacy and cherish security. Every evening before we would go to bed, my father would call me from my room to check the doors and ensure they were properly locked. The front door and the back door in the kitchen. Usually I’d be very angry as to why he won’t send one of the girls or maybe do it by himself. As i grew older he stopped reminding me about the doors, but by now it had become a habit of mine to ensure our doors were properly locked.
    Last year we lost Alhaji Abdulsalam to cancer.
    Every night when i get to the door and double lock the front and back doors i feel my father watching me do it right. He didn’t put the girls up to the task because as the man of the house it is my duty to protect the family as he had been doing. My father was preparing me for this. For the days he’ll be gone. Keep your loved ones safe. Don’t just have a door. Have an emilinks door. #MyDoorStory #EmilinksDoors #Day6

  97. ALIEYOU M.S

    August 15, 2016 at 2:00 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory: How our whole family was saved by #Emilinks door. This happens to me in real life. It was on one Tuesday evening 21st April, 2015 after i had a dinner with my parents & rest of the family, we remain seated in a dinning table just having fun with each other. My stomach began to rumble, so i had to rush to the toilet, i spent some time inside the rest room easing my self, luckily for me, my phone is with me. When am done with the rest room i just unlocked the door, come out & went straight back to our main parlour, i saw my parents, brothers & sisters all laid flat on the floor with 4 people covered in a mask pointing gun at them. I stopped & turn back quickly to the toilet, one of the rubbers followed me shouting stop ✋ or i shoot you. I was scared, but i quickly ran to the toilet & lock the door. He came & knocking at the door saying i should kindly open the door or he forcefully open it & shoot me. I ignored his request & began to dialled the number of one of our neighbors. He he tried opening the door forcefully but he can’t. It was one well secured & beautiful #Emilinks doors that we use as our home doors. So, the rubber heard me making calls inside the toilet, he quickly rush to his colleagues & inform them that he heard me call inside the toilet. I heard them murmuring for some minutes i then hear some silence. After some moments, my dad came to the door & say i should open it,the rubbers have gone. I still refuse to open till after i heard the rest of the family talking to me. I then open the door and hug my dad & mom seeing they are unhurt. After then, we quickly go and report to the police for investigation. Thanks to #Emilinks company for the well built quality doors. Kudos!

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