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Meet the Day 15 Winners of the #EMILINKS N3,000,000 Giveaway! Be 1 of 10 Nigerians to WIN N10,000 Today #Emilinks #MyDoorStory – Day 16

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The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,ooo,ooo Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 15 days, 10 lucky people have gotten N10,ooo for sharing photos of doors and the importance of the doors. More winners will be picked before the end of the month!

You can catch up with the previous days of the Giveaway here.

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!

It’s a new week and we are switching things up! So instead of sharing a photo of the bad doors in your home, we want to hear about the Good Kitchenss (plus the aromas if you want) and your good wardrobes. So get snapping!

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About Emilinks

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 17 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 and the disadvantage of having bad doors!

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How to participate in the N3,000,000 Giveaway

  • Take a clear photo of yourself featuring a good kithchen door or a good wardrobe
  • Share a story about the importance of having good kitchen doors and wardrobes in your home 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 on www.bellanaija.com/tag/emilinks
  • For entries on BN, simply leave a comment on the post of the day. e.g Day 8
  • 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

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1) Mercy A. – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day15
I used to hate organization. My things were always scattered. During my NYSC days, the Ghana-Must-go bag my mother arranged my things in was torn really badly within two months. I usually dropped my clothes on the bed. If they are on the floor, I quickly threw them in a bag and moved along with my life. I never had time to arrange my things in the room. There was nothing motivating me to arrange my things.
Then, I accompanied my friend to get new furniture for her room, She wanted a makeup stand and a wardrobe, we worked into the #Emilinks store that was when we saw there wardrobes. Different designs, well constructed and above all they were spacious. My friend bought one and I couldn’t leave without depositing for one that had caught my attention.
I bought the wardrobe for its beauty but I have also learn that good wardrobes inspire organization.
I make sure my clothes are well folded. I take selfies all around my wardrobe. When friends visit I take them inside my room. It is all about what a good wardrobe can do for us. Thank you #Emilinks for using a well designed wardrobe to teach me organization.

Mercy A

2) Mark Uma – During the weekend I decided to put my Culinary skills to test, I got to the kitchen to prepare my Favourite soup “Afang Soup” as I was about to begin cooking I heard the Door Bell and I went to get the door. My visitors were my office colleagues and I told them to make themselves comfortable that I’m in the kitchen, they all laughed and said I shouldn’t burn the food oOo I smiled at them as they sat in the sitting room watching the Rio 2016 Football Bronze Medal Match between Nigeria vs Honduras. As I was cooking they kept taking jibes at me that I can’t cook, I should go get a chef or better still go get married, yet I smiled in the kitchen. As I was in the middle of the cooking they told me from the kitchen that the were leaving because the football match was over. I told them to wait that I’m almost through with the cooking and they threw a jibe at me again that I can’t cook that’s why it’s taking me forever. I told them to relax, I’m almost done so I could see them off. When the Edikang Soup was done, I now opened the Kitchen door and the aroma infiltrated the sitting room and the delicious Soup Aroma change the entire ambience of the house which got them all salivating, meanwhile I’ve prepared Eba. I now got out of the kitchen and told them”okay I’m through with the cooking now it’s time for you all to go let me see you all off” They all protested, No na, Ah Ah Mark person no dey play with you again. I laughed out loud and reminded them when they said I couldn’t cook and all their jibes. They begged and said it was a joke, I smiled and went it to the Kitchen and brought the prepared Eba and Afang Soup to serve them. They ate it all and complimented my cooking, and they were to filled to stand up and go home Lol. That’s the power of my Kitchen Door, let me stop here because more Stories awaits you. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day15

Mark Uma

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3) @maryamaiy – @EmilinksNG @bellanaija Having a good wardrobe makes me feel safe from woodworm & pests #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

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4) @eunic_joju119 – The only way to a man’s heart is through his stomach #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 15th @EmilinksNG @bellanaija

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5) @ObiesieJoy – @EmilinksNG @bellanaija A good wardrobe protects my clothes and valuables from rodent attack #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

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6) Uyoyou E. – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
A good wardrobe is one that should provide proper storage space for clothes.While I was in the university, I stayed off campus in school.The wardrobe of my hostel is what marveled me.It was big and spacious. I had where I could keep my shoes,my box and most especially my clothes.The way my wardrobe was partitioned showed me that its producer must be a man of wisdom.My Emilinks wardrobe gave me much pride because it served its useful purpose and beautified my room.There was no record of termites or any other insect to eat its wood.I had a friend back at home,she called me one morning complaining that she was trying to clean her wardrobe and saw that some of her clothes had been eaten by termites and we know how that can be for a lady (we love CLOTHES)..I told her it was the kind of wood her wardrobe was made of that caused it and since she was working and earning money that she should go and get an Emilinks wardrobe and that she wouldn’t suffer such anymore and she listened because she knows I always tell her the truth..Emilinks wardrobe all the way.

Uyoyou Emego

7)  Elizabeth I. – Wardrobes means alot to everyone irrespective of their social class, ethnics and background.
Wardrobes serves as an easy means to store clothe And pick it up when ready for use, it reduce inessant ironning of clothe as it reduce the tendency of clothe squeezing.
My Wardrobe story happened one faithful morning around 6:00am, i was sleeping when I received a call about a job interview , i hurriedly rushed out of my bed and get a cold shower as I could not afford to miss the chance of getting the job. I checked what wear to put open, on getting to my bag all my iron shirts were all squeeze and unfit for job interview , i ran to the new Emilinks Wardrobe I bought some days back, i was fortunate to have hang some few dress to which I pick up and went for the interview. That day I understand apart from the main reason to which I bought the Wardrobe ( for decoration and beautification as it is the best In town. ) they perform alot of useful function. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

Isah Elizabeth

8) Nnamdi A. – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day15 Security is not an option but a necessity. A kitchen door has to be a reliable door used in the home.As a strong door is planned & fixed at the entrance of a home to prevent robbers, a kichen door must be a strong door to prevent burglars from entering through the kichen door.These took me back on the memory lane of how i was in need of an apartment, all the houses i saw was beautiful with good entrance door but the kitchen door where normal doors. With a kick, the door is open for burglars to enter.I wasn’t satisfied , i kept on searching until the agent showed me another one, Seeing the quality of the entrance & kitchen door, Smiles light up my faces seeing #Emilinks door. I made payment immediately cos the door assures me of maximum security.Each time i open the door to kitchen, either a sweet aroma welcomes me in or am sure of getting to eat something as my Belle drums for hunger

Nnamdi Anieke

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9) @blackswain1 – Day 15- BARRIER BREAKING AROMA Of all the wonderful places in the house, the kitchen is where I consider to find solace most. I do not joke with my kitchen utensils as a doctor wouldn’t with his stethoscope. The kitchen door apparently is a necessity and an obstacle I have to pass before reaching wonderland , the kitchen door is very symbolic as it could represent the gateway to nourishment and an obstacle also to nutritional satisfaction. My mum has a way of handling her kitchen to match and despite her awesome class admist peers who come visiting . She protects the kitchen from our prying eyes lest the goodies in the refrigerator all become casualties. Lol. My mum has a key to the kitchen which she locks every night. She is lucky she has got reliable doors , else my kid sister wouldn’t let off those chocolates in there.Mum’s pleasant rice on Sundays always get us wishing church closes by 10 am, the aroma of her rice knows no barriers as it escalates through the door and fills our nostrils. Our mouths soon began to water as we always stood behind the doors asking, mummy is the food not ready yet.?? Of what good is a pleasant meal when it is being cooked in a dirty environment, without emilinks doors, be sure to share your food stuffs with mighty rats.
Hurry what are you waiting for?, I can see you are comfortable with the infest of rats.
Go get #emilinks fast. #mydoorstory @bellanaijaonline #emilinks #day15

Black Swain

10) @luvablesam#Day15 I used to live in a small but thoughtfully designed room apartment on the ground floor of a two story building. It had a big wardrobe space with a creatively designed door that looked like a big standing photo frame. It so happened that after a tiring day at work I got home and slept off. I was woken up by the noise generated by an ongoing robbery in the compound. They knocked from door to door, stole n moved until they nearly got to mine. With adrenaline rushing,I dashed straight into the wardrobe and locked myself in. When they got to my door, they briefly knocked and sent my door crashing down after a few kicks. They entered and looked around,I could hear one say, ‘ the babe or guy fit dun go party sef, make we fallout’.That was how I was saved from the agony of facing those daredevil robbers that day. My creative wardrobe door saved me. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks @bellanaijaonline
luvable sam

109 Comments

  1. Henry

    August 23, 2016 at 10:38 am

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Day 16.
    Lol I just remembered the experience I had about Emilinks wardrobes when I was in the third year at the University. I had moved in newly into a new apartment with my friend, and had already bought most of the things I need in the room, including the wardrobe. However, the first day I visited my neighbour’s room, I got attracted to his own wardrobe because of its lush design and premium appearance, (meanwhile, I didn’t even know that Emilinks produces wardrobes then). So upon Inquiry from the guy, he told me that the wardrobe was one of the Emilinks’ finishing products that his father bought for his room, but that he loves it so much and had to bring it along to his school apartment. I quickly called my mother that evening to buy Emilinks products for my new room, because we were about to move into a new home then. Emilinks is just the best !

  2. Douglas

    August 23, 2016 at 10:42 am

    I woke up this morning, picked up my mobile, switched on my data and stayed upright so I don’t get to sleep again as i stay waiting for the time.

    “Is it 10.30am yet?” I kept glancing at the wall clock…”Can the clock just tick faster so I could see if my name would come up on Bellanaija as a winner from yesterday’s Emiliks #MyDoorStory result” where my thoughts.

    The moment came, I refreshed my browser and there it is, another disappointment after 14 days of writing and reposting different stories on all approved platforms for the Emilinks N3,000,000 giveaways.

    “What else am I going to do to win this contest?” I swung my phone out of anger as I cursed – thank God it was saved by the bed.
    Not satisfied at my frustration, I punched hard at my old wooden termite infested door. As if it was made of plywood, my fist burst through the door leaving a gaping hole. I leaned to look through the hole as I pulled my hurting fist out. I could literally see my future through the hole as the termites and wood worms all struggled for safety with my fist attack on their colony.

    That was when I realised how foolish I was becoming.

    #Day15, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    • Mz Titilitious

      August 23, 2016 at 10:53 am

      lmao! BN nah

    • Lmao

      August 23, 2016 at 11:05 am

      if this person doesn’t win it this time then there’s obviously a campaign

    • De Duchess

      August 23, 2016 at 12:00 pm

      Lmao.
      Douglas, the problem is, you are not following instructions.
      Your 10k dreams are very valid. Just take a deep breath and go over the instructions again!
      Sorry about your phone. Lmao!!!

    • Douglas

      August 24, 2016 at 12:32 pm

      You all do realise its just creativity and not necessarily a true story.

    • Ivie

      August 23, 2016 at 1:33 pm

      Abeg BN nau!! But @Douglas, this week is for good kitchen and wardrobe doors and importance to you or society

  3. Ayo

    August 23, 2016 at 10:42 am

    I was visited by a cousin and she saw how neat my wardrobe was and then she asked me why my wardrobe was so free from rats, cockroaches, and wall geckos. Then I replied her saying there were no secrets, I patronised #EMILINKS for good wardrobe doors and that is it.
    Later, she got to my kitchen and she was amazed. She complimented my good kitchen cabinets and good kitchen door. Then, I told her, “#emilinks again deserves the compliments”.
    #EMILINKS have given me pride. If it were years back, I would be so ashame of my wardrobe doors and kitchen cabinets and door. Back then, I always refuse any visits from my relatives because of this.
    Thank you #EMILINKS.
    This is #MyDoorStory.

  4. Eunice E

    August 23, 2016 at 10:43 am

    #Day16
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    I woke up that fateful morning with a strange urge to eat my favorite food “eguisi and pounded yam”.Immediately I rushed to the market. I bought food stuff and came home. The soup was almost ready when my gas got finished so I rushed to fill it,because the filling station was just two streets away. On getting home after filling my gas,i saw a group of people gathered in my compound. As usual the petty theifs in my neighborhood had invaded the house of my Neighbor and stolrn the pot of rice she was cooking.They were also seen going to the direction of my apartment.I panicked for a while because I couldn’t help it if they had stolen my steaming pot of eguisi soup. But then I remembered my kitchen Emilinks door was intact. My good kitchen door saved not only my pot of eguisi soup but also my stomach.

  5. Eunice E

    August 23, 2016 at 10:43 am

    #Day15
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    I woke up that fateful morning with a strange urge to eat my favorite food “eguisi and pounded yam”.Immediately I rushed to the market. I bought food stuff and came home. The soup was almost ready when my gas got finished so I rushed to fill it,because the filling station was just two streets away. On getting home after filling my gas,i saw a group of people gathered in my compound. As usual the petty theifs in my neighborhood had invaded the house of my Neighbor and stolrn the pot of rice she was cooking.They were also seen going to the direction of my apartment.I panicked for a while because I couldn’t help it if they had stolen my steaming pot of eguisi soup. But then I remembered my kitchen Emilinks door was intact. My good kitchen door saved not only my pot of eguisi soup but also my stomach..

  6. Zeno

    August 23, 2016 at 10:45 am

    #Day16
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    It was the holidays,so I decided spend the holidays with my aunt in Lagos.The holiday was going well and I was enjoying myself until a fateful afternoon,i was in my parlour watching a movie when I started hearing screams outside. I was so eager to know what was happening so I rushed out. I saw a woman on the floor with a black cellphone.The woman was caught trying to break into the kitchen of the opposite house and poison the food of a man and his family. Unfortunately for her the man had Emilinks door erected in every part of his house including the kitchen.The kitchen door was so strong that the woman couldn’t gain access.She was caught trying to run out. I Was so dumbfounded,scared and shocked. If not for the firm quality of the Emilinks door,the man and his family would have been poisoned.I was so inlove with the strong Emilinks kitchen door that I decided to convince my dad to get one erected in our kitchen

  7. Zeno

    August 23, 2016 at 10:46 am

    #Day16
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    I can boldly say that my good wardrobe has saved my belongings. I can never forget the incident that took place January 2016.Am a Corp member serving in Rivers state so I decided to travel back home because my birthday was approaching and I wanted to celebrate with my family.A day after my birthday I got a call from my Lodge mate who told me that Robbers broke into the lodge. I was so shocked and bothered that I had to travel back to port-harcout that same day.On my way I prayed and hoped that nothing happened to my certificates and expensive belongings.On getting to my Lodge I was so happy.My belongings were intact because I locked everything inside my Emilinks wardrobe before leaving for home. My Lodge mate was unlucky because the robbers easily broke into her wardrobe but mine was giving them a hard time and they had no choice but to live it.Thanks to Emilinks wardrobe my belongings were saved.

  8. Geraldine Anulika

    August 23, 2016 at 10:46 am

    Day15
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Without a good wardrobe your clothes are sure to be scattered
    One good reason I love traveling to my aunts place it’s because the wardrobe.while traveling I will pack my clothes anyhow in my traveling bag knowing fully well that when I get to my aunts place and get in contact with the wardrobe I would be force to arrange it because of its structure and settings.
    This wardrobe has a very unique and innovative design,its built in a way that you don’t have to stress yourself while trying to sort out your clothes.its unique balance will make a rumpled clothes iron.
    Secondly it has this nice fragrance that will leave ur clothes smelling nice with out bothering to use a perfume.
    I noticed that anytime I pick a clothe out of the wardrobe to wear I feel comfortable,look neater,smell nice and I am always admired..with all this special qualities of this wardrobe I was forced to ask about it… Guess what???!!! It’s Emilinks wardrobe. I couldn’t wait to get home this time around to tell my parents about it.
    Now we have an Emilinks wardrobe in all the rooms in our house.I don’t need to travel to my aunts place to use her wardrobe cause I have mine now.
    “dress the way you want to be addressed”….emilinks wardrobe helps in my appearance and I’m addressed well. Thanks.

  9. Kelvin Odum Lisbon

    August 23, 2016 at 10:47 am

    Having wasted soo much money in cooking soups at least three times in a week, I wondered the reason why the soup I cook get sour in less than 24hours.
    I love my home made soup and can’t imagine not having any in my kitchen. So, I had to run to my neighbour who lives a flat away from mine. I complained to her and she laughed out loud. She told me how she experienced the same issue until she caught one of the neighbour’s kids stealing meats from her pot. “I never wanted to make an issue out of it, so I had to keep quiet about it” she said.
    “I had to take a drastic step. I had to change my door immediately.” I didn’t wait for her to say more, I thanked her and headed straight to the nearest emilinks shop. I got a new door for my kitchen and protected my food.
    This time around, “I am the only way through which anyone can enter my kitchen” I said when I open my kitchen and confirmed my soup was still in good condition after two day of making it.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  10. [email protected] 2

    August 23, 2016 at 10:49 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16
    The importance of a proper and good kitchen door can never be overemphasized. Last year, I heard so many stories of restaurants being caught in flames and people dying not from the fire but choking from the overwhelming smoke. Earlier this month, here on Bella Naija, I read the story of a man that lost his life, alongside his children to a fire outbreak in Jos. A friend of mine used to own a restaurant but she lost everything in a blink of an eye because she chose to use substandard kitchen doors, she is still facing numerous lawsuits, three years after.
    When I was making a decision on how to structure my new house, I specifically bought the #Emilinks Fireproof doors for my kitchen. You know, the aroma starts in the kitchen, the fire also starts there. The importance of having a protective door for my kitchen is because; I don’t want anybody in my house to suffer from heat exhaustion as a result of fire intensity, if it ever breaks out. We hope it does not but hope does not always carry us through, so for the sake of protection, I use the #Emilinks #fireproof doors aimed to protect us if such accidents should occur. Accidents are inevitable and it is only true craft that can make #Emilinks choose to provide us with an option for safety.

  11. Falilat

    August 23, 2016 at 10:50 am

    Congrats to the winners. i will keep trying.

  12. Segun

    August 23, 2016 at 10:51 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 16

    This happened in my home just last week. My wife made a stew that was so good that neighbours were knocking at our door and before we knew it, a small party had started. Luckily she was able to hide some of the stew with the chicken she fried with it. Around 1am, after making sure that she was asleep, I snuck off to the kitchen to steal a few pieces of fried chicken. Imagine my horror when I got to the kitchen and found this huge rat balanced on the kitchen counter, probably with the same idea I had! I hate rats with passion so I tried to kill it to no avail. Luckily the kitchen door is an Emilinks brand so I just locked the kitchen door and trapped it inside. In the morning with the help of our gate man, I was able to kill the pesky pest easily since it was trapped inside the kitchen thanks to our strong emilinks door. #NoBrandLikeEmilink #EmilinksMadeDaddyAHero #LoyalEmilinksCustomerForLife

  13. Kelvin Odum Lisbon

    August 23, 2016 at 10:52 am

    Day 16
    Having wasted soo much money in cooking soups at least three times in a week, I wondered the reason why the soup I cook get sour in less than 24hours.
    I love my home made soup and can’t imagine not having any in my kitchen. So, I had to run to my neighbour who lives a flat away from mine. I complained to her and she laughed out loud. She told me how she experienced the same issue until she caught one of the neighbour’s kids stealing meats from her pot. “I never wanted to make an issue out of it, so I had to keep quiet about it” she said.
    “I had to take a drastic step. I had to change my door immediately.” I didn’t wait for her to say more, I thanked her and headed straight to the nearest emilinks shop. I got a new door for my kitchen and protected my food.
    This time around, “I am the only way through which anyone can enter my kitchen” I said when I open my kitchen and confirmed my soup was still in good condition after two day of making it.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  14. Richard C

    August 23, 2016 at 10:52 am

    Day16
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I am Mr Richard,I am a Chef. My kitchen is my pride.
    I saw this post from day 8 buy wasn’t opportuned to post because I don’t have any bad door in my place. By the way why should I have a bad door when all the products I use when it comes to furniture is Emilinks doors. I use Emilinks door in my kitchen that makes me stand out among my peers and fellow colleagues.Appearance it’s not all about the way you dress. Ur doors also say a lot. My kitchen door is so durable that I don’t bother about theft or any sort of roaches in my kitchen.My kitchen door makes my kitchen look beautiful either when it is open or close.
    I have lots of customers trooping in to see me all because my kitchen doors attract them.,my colleagues atimes think am using jazz but the secret is my door. All I have to say is that having a good kitchen door brings good health, nice look, progress (that’s if u are a chef like me) And such kitchen doors are gotten from Emilinks.

  15. Falilat

    August 23, 2016 at 10:56 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16 @bellanaija, My door story is one that has given me a scar and believe me bad door no matter how maintained will always cause damages. It was my sisters birthday last year and the family decided to throw her a parlor party. And on the D-DAY, we started the preparation from decoration to cooking and we made sure everything was in order. before then, we noticed the kitchen door was faulty but we kept procrastinating on changing it reason being that we’ve changed the door times without no. It was almost time for the party, i changed to a lovely dress as the celebrant sister and i had my make up done which took me about 30 mins. guests arrived and the party started and it was time for item 7. I quickly rushed to the kitchen with a friend of mine to help serve the food. As i was about to carry the food to the sitting room, my beautiful dress got hooked by the kitchen door and as i was struggling to remove it i got injured. i noticed a sharp pain at my back behold it was the door handle with a sharp nail and my beautiful dress got torn. I cried and wondered how a bad door like ours would spoilt my day on a special occasion. The next day the door was changed to #Emilinks door to avoid more harm and damages but the deed has been done ( my scar). If only we had changed our kitchen door to Emilinks door earlier, my day wouldn’t have been spoilt. But once beaten twice shy. Thank you emilinks for providing the best. it’s either emilinks door or no door at all..

  16. Olofinnika Omobolaji

    August 23, 2016 at 10:56 am

    The kitchen still serves as one of my fondest memories. I remember then when mom will be cooking in the kitchen and we will all come in to look, she will chase us out and close the door to our face. We will still stand at the door, looking expectantly if she will open the door and call is in, savouring the sweet aroma behind the doors.
    There was a time mom fried meat in the kitchen, locked the door and went out. My elder brother and I tried every trick we had to open the door, to no avail. The scent of the meat kept pushing us to keep trying, using broom,candle and even pieces of wire to try pick the lock till we had to leave out of frustration. Those times, the door was our worst enemy, because it was so strong and formidable. Mom was very confident in that door, and she will come back smiling giving us knowing looks, and then call us to the kitchen to have pieces of meat. I never saw one rat in our kitchen till I left the house, the door was that secure.
    Right now after numerous searching, I have found a door just like that and even better in Emilinks doors to keep my kitchen secure and give my kids the warmest, fondest memories of love and security that could be found in one’s kitchen.
    #Emilink #MyDoorStory

  17. Annette

    August 23, 2016 at 10:57 am

    #Day16
    My mum has this habit of locking away things in her wardrobe whenever she’s going out, by things I mean( fried meat, juice and other stuffs). She does this because if she leaves them in the fridge or kitchen, she’ll come back to find not even a single piece. Anytime she locks them in her wardrobe, she leaves her bedroom door open, this gave us easy access to the wardrobe because it was very easy to open. Whenever she comes back to find out that we had tampered with what she kept in her wardrobe, she would shout and shout until she finally decided to change the wardrobe. We were not bothered that she changed the wardrobe because we thought it wld be as easy to open as the former.
    On this particular day, we decided to open the wardrobe, we used virtually every key in the house, not even a single one was close to opening it. I began to imagine the kind of lock that was built into the wardrobe. That lock is stronger than hulk!
    Long story short, that’s the kind of wardrobe that should be found in every home. That wardrobe is something else, If you take a look at it, you’ll think it can be easily opened but trust me, no matter how hard you try, you’ll only be wasting your time.
    Now, if you’re a kind of person that has a lot of stuff you want to keep away from prying eyes, please go for Emilinks doors. You won’t even need to call a carpenter to attach a padlock hinge for you, Emilinks has that part covered already. With an Emilinks brand, 100% privacy and security is guaranteed, coupled with the fact that their doors are beautifully crafted, unlike some doors where you will see one nail or piece of wood peeking out thereby increasing your chance of getting injured. Hurry and get an Emilinks door/wardrobe today!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day16.

  18. Geraldine Anulika

    August 23, 2016 at 10:59 am

    Day16
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Without a good wardrobe your clothes are sure to be scattered
    One good reason I love traveling to my aunts place it’s because of the wardrobe.while traveling I will pack my clothes anyhow in my traveling bag knowing fully well that when I get to my aunts place and get in contact with the wardrobe I would be force to arrange it because of its structure and settings.
    This wardrobe has a very unique and innovative design,its built in a way that you don’t have to stress yourself while trying to sort out your clothes.its unique balance will make a rumpled clothes iron.
    Secondly it has this nice fragrance that will leave ur clothes smelling nice with out bothering to use a perfume.
    I noticed that anytime I pick a clothe out of the wardrobe to wear I feel comfortable,look neater,smell nice and I am always admired..with all this special qualities of this wardrobe I was forced to ask about it… Guess what???!!! It’s Emilinks wardrobe. I couldn’t wait to get home this time around to tell my parents about it.
    Now we have an Emilinks wardrobe in all the rooms in our house.I don’t need to travel to my aunts place to use her wardrobe cause I have mine now.
    “dress the way you want to be addressed”….emilinks wardrobe helps in my appearance and I’m addressed well. Thanks.

  19. Biodun

    August 23, 2016 at 11:01 am

    My 4 year old son is apparently too agile for his age. His strength and vigor has always amazed his mom and I and we make jokes about it. His strength definitely dwarfs those of his mates.

    The other day, my wife had gone to the market to get some food stuff and I was left alone with Victor, my son. I decided to fry some fish to surprise my wife before she came back. Victor was playing somewhere in the compound.

    I put some in very hot oil and decided to go chill in the living room. My bad. I went back after some minutes and found Victor tugging furiously at the door. The aroma must have unsettled him; he badly wanted some from dad whom he thought was in the kitchen. I carried him away, gently, from the door and entered. It was terrible. There were splashes of oil all around with many more flying about. Despite the apron I had on, I still got burnt. I hurried to switch off the gas. If my son had been able to force the door open and enter, he would have been terribly injured.

    I looked at Victor and couldn’t thank my stars enough I had locked the kitchen door firmly before leaving the kitchen. If it had been a bad door and not the Emilinks door installed, my agile boy would have been badly hurt and I would have regretted it all my life.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  20. Olofinnika Omobolaji

    August 23, 2016 at 11:01 am

    I am the principal of a boarding school in Lagos, and let me tell you I have lesser complaints than my colleagues at other boarding schools. They are always complaining of the various vices and acts of some unruly students in their school, superior of which is breaking the doors to the kitchen store and wardrobe of other students to steal foodstufs, provisions and clothes, and I only shake my head and try to educate them.
    As soon as I was transferred to the school, due to my experience in such matters, the first major project I embarked upon was renovations. I changed all the doors and wardrobes to Emilinks products, and so have no problems from both students and rats that want to infest on the food and act as a nuisance in any forms. Students possessions are safe behind quality Emilinks wardrobe, and foodstuffs behind the quality new Emilinks kitchen door. Over six of my friends have bought this idea, and all have good stories to tell. Thank you Emilinks, you’re the best.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16

  21. shugaboiy

    August 23, 2016 at 11:01 am

    #Day16
    My first day in secondary school which I had imagined to be fun and interesting had turned out to be the unimaginable.Ranging from dilapidated buildings to overpopulated classrooms,the list is endless.Not long before the closing hour of that day that I heard someone shout in pidgin”Dem don dey come ooo!!!”,In the twinkle of an eye,students could be seen running helter-skelter.I was told that a cult clash has just broken out and we have to run for our lives.For a few seconds I was frozen in the fear of not knowing what to do or where to run to until Ikenna the class-captain signalled to myself and other fresher’s to come with him to the cubicle which serves as our form-master’s office.We heard someone trying to unlock the door which was followed by kicks and threats that sent me saying my last prayers.But Ikenna reassured us that no harm would come to us.The policemen eventually came and drove the hoodlums away and we came out of our hiding place unhurt and relaxed.It was later the following day that Ikenna told me that the door of the cubicle is from Emilinks and are trustworthy in times of such need and till date I still believed that door stood between myself and the ICU ward#Emilinks#MyDoorStory

  22. Annette

    August 23, 2016 at 11:03 am

    My mum has this habit of locking away things in her wardrobe whenever she’s going out, by things I mean( fried meat, juice and other stuffs). She does this because if she leaves them in the fridge or kitchen, she’ll come back to find not even a single piece. Anytime she locks them in her wardrobe, she leaves her bedroom door open, this gave us easy access to the wardrobe because it was very easy to open. Whenever she comes back to find out that we had tampered with what she kept in her wardrobe, she would shout and shout until she finally decided to change the wardrobe. We were not bothered that she changed the wardrobe because we thought it wld be as easy to open as the former.
    On this particular day, we decided to open the wardrobe, we used virtually every key in the house, not even a single one was close to opening it. I began to imagine the kind of lock that was built into the wardrobe. That lock is stronger than hulk!
    Long story short, that’s the kind of wardrobe that should be found in every home. That wardrobe is something else, If you take a look at it, you’ll think it can be easily opened but trust me, no matter how hard you try, you’ll only be wasting your time.
    Now, if you’re a kind of person that has a lot of stuff you want to keep away from prying eyes, please go for Emilinks doors. You won’t even need to call a carpenter to attach a padlock hinge for you, Emilinks has that part covered already. With an Emilinks brand, 100% privacy and security is guaranteed, coupled with the fact that their doors are beautifully crafted, unlike some doors where you will see one nail or piece of wood peeking out thereby increasing your chance of getting injured. Hurry and get an Emilinks door/wardrobe today!

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day16.

  23. Kemi

    August 23, 2016 at 11:03 am

    Once, I lived in a slum in Lagos state. The economy was in recession and everyone was struggling. People resorted to different things – some legal, some not.

    At a particular time, my area was besieged by petty thieves that stole everything from shorts to food. They exploited flaws in people’s doors. That way, they could steal without drawing attention.

    Our kitchens were raided, our wardrobes pillaged. There was a particular curious thing though: My neighbour never had an issue.

    I went over there and discussed with the owner of the house. He explained to me how they suffered something similar where the moved from. He told me he vowed never to be a fool twice and how he’d made sure every door in his house was an Emilinks door. It was how they couldn’t get inside his kitchen or anywhere at all.

    It was the first time I came across the name and I couldn’t be grateful enough. I didn’t have much cash, so I installed an Emilinks door in my kitchen first; I would go on to install others. It was a golden decision. The flaws easily exploited in the other door were gone and, with it, the power of the petty thieves that terrorised my home.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  24. Somto Yvonne

    August 23, 2016 at 11:04 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16

    I finally changed my bad kitchen doors to Emilinks doors not long ago. Now, the rats just sit at a safe distance and stare hopelessly as I move around in the kitchen showcasing my cooking skills. Even when the irresistible aroma fills the air, they know they cannot get a taste as I would not leave the kitchen door open when I’m done. I think they’re going to die of hunger soon because my wardrobe doors have been changed to Emilinks too. No more books and clothes to feed on.
    Thanks Emilinks for being the best ever.

  25. Ivie

    August 23, 2016 at 11:05 am

    See as men love their kitchen and food. All kitchen post na them carry am.

  26. Annette

    August 23, 2016 at 11:06 am

    My mum has this habit of locking away things in her wardrobe whenever she’s going out, by things I mean( fried meat, juice and other stuffs). She does this because if she leaves them in the fridge or kitchen, she’ll come back to find not even a single piece. Anytime she locks them in her wardrobe, she leaves her bedroom door open, this gave us easy access to the wardrobe because it was very easy to open. Whenever she comes back to find out that we had tampered with what she kept in her wardrobe, she would shout and shout until she finally decided to change the wardrobe. We were not bothered that she changed the wardrobe because we thought it wld be as easy to open as the former.
    .
    On this particular day, we decided to open the wardrobe, we used virtually every key in the house, not even a single one was close to opening it. I began to imagine the kind of lock that was built into the wardrobe. That lock is stronger than hulk!
    Long story short, that’s the kind of wardrobe that should be found in every home. That wardrobe is something else, If you take a look at it, you’ll think it can be easily opened but trust me, no matter how hard you try, you’ll only be wasting your time.
    Now, if you’re a kind of person that has a lot of stuff you want to keep away from prying eyes, please go for Emilinks doors. You won’t even need to call a carpenter to attach a padlock hinge for you, Emilinks has that part covered already. With an Emilinks brand, 100% privacy and security is guaranteed, coupled with the fact that their doors are beautifully crafted, unlike some doors where you will see one nail or piece of wood peeking out thereby increasing your chance of getting injured. Hurry and get an Emilinks door/wardrobe today!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day16.

  27. Mahka

    August 23, 2016 at 11:07 am

    #Emilinks #My Door Story Day16
    My cousin brother is an Engineer. At the moment he has so much time on his hands-not employed.
    I come back from work daily and there he was bragging about the day’s fixes (too much patch patch) I didn’t want to burst his bubble by complaining about how the door he fixed still has wires n metals poking out…so I cheered him on.
    Everyday,it’s one new fixes;bathroom door,kitchen bolts, with all the junk wires n metal scraps still poking out.
    One faithful Saturday morning,after I had just launched my new Asoebi attire. Getting to the front door,the dreadful scraps I thought I had avoided pokes me and reaps through my dress. Anger was not enough to describe my mood.
    There n then I called my carpenter to change all the bad doors. We woke up on Sunday morning to the sounds of Emilinks doors being replaced in the living room. My face beamed with smile cos I knew beta don land . Even my poor cousin became speechless cos he too knew it was about time. #Emilinks doors to the rescue,now we can dance n prance around the whole house without fear of a tear.

  28. Annette

    August 23, 2016 at 11:07 am

    My mum has this habit of locking away things in her wardrobe whenever she’s going out, by things I mean( fried meat, juice and other stuffs). She does this because if she leaves them in the fridge or kitchen, she’ll come back to find not even a single piece. Anytime she locks them in her wardrobe, she leaves her bedroom door open, this gave us easy access to the wardrobe because it was very easy to open. Whenever she comes back to find out that we had tampered with what she kept in her wardrobe, she would shout and shout until she finally decided to change the wardrobe. We were not bothered that she changed the wardrobe because we thought it wld be as easy to open as the former.
    On this particular day, we decided to open the wardrobe, we used virtually every key in the house, not even a single one was close to opening it. I began to imagine the kind of lock that was built into the wardrobe. That lock is stronger than hulk!
    Long story short, that’s the kind of wardrobe that should be found in every home. That wardrobe is something else, If you take a look at it, you’ll think it can be easily opened but trust me, no matter how hard you try, you’ll only be wasting your time.
    Now, if you’re a kind of person that has a lot of stuff you want to keep away from prying eyes, please go for Emilinks doors. You won’t even need to call a carpenter to attach a padlock hinge for you, Emilinks has that part covered already. With an Emilinks brand, 100% privacy and security is guaranteed, coupled with the fact that their doors are beautifully crafted, unlike some doors where you will see one nail or piece of wood peeking out thereby increasing your chance of getting injured. Hurry and get an Emilinks door/wardrobe today!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day16.

  29. Annette

    August 23, 2016 at 11:07 am

    My mum has this habit of locking away things in her wardrobe whenever she’s going out, by things I mean( fried meat, juice and other stuffs). She does this because if she leaves them in the fridge or kitchen, she’ll come back to find not even a single piece. Anytime she locks them in her wardrobe, she leaves her bedroom door open, this gave us easy access to the wardrobe because it was very easy to open. Whenever she comes back to find out that we had tampered with what she kept in her wardrobe, she would shout and shout until she finally decided to change the wardrobe. We were not bothered that she changed the wardrobe because we thought it wld be as easy to open as the former.
    .
    On this particular day, we decided to open the wardrobe, we used virtually every key in the house, not even a single one was close to opening it. I began to imagine the kind of lock that was built into the wardrobe. That lock is stronger than hulk!
    Long story short, that’s the kind of wardrobe that should be found in every home. That wardrobe is something else, If you take a look at it, you’ll think it can be easily opened but trust me, no matter how hard you try, you’ll only be wasting your time.
    Now, if you’re a kind of person that has a lot of stuff you want to keep away from prying eyes, please go for Emilinks doors. You won’t even need to call a carpenter to attach a padlock hinge for you, Emilinks has that part covered already. With an Emilinks brand, 100% privacy and security is guaranteed, coupled with the fact that their doors are beautifully crafted, unlike some doors where you will see one nail or piece of wood peeking out thereby increasing your chance of getting injured. Hurry and get an Emilinks door/wardrobe today!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day16..

  30. Elis

    August 23, 2016 at 11:10 am

    Day 15 #mydoorstory #Emilinks #bellanaija
    Last year, I visited my elder brother at Warri and I stayed for 2 weeks.
    One day, he hurriedly left for work only for him to call me an hour later that he had forgotten some of his documents. He asked me to bring them to his office from inside the Wardrobe in his room where he kept them. immediately I entered his room, I was amazed at the beautiful door of the wardrobe. My brother had always had good taste.I opened the door to bring out his documents and saw that he also kept other valuables there. Inside the wardrobe was also superbly made of fine and strong materials. I immediately took the documents to his office and I complimented him on his wardrobe and most especially the door.Then he bragged on about the wardrobe . He told me he needed a wardrobe that can protect his clothes and also his valuables from damage and household pests and that was why he installed #Emilinks wardrobe. He said he had used that wardrobe for some years now and he had not any issues with dusty clothes or rats eating his documents.
    I was very impressed with this and I would definitely go for an #Emilinks door once I have my own apartment.

  31. pelumi

    August 23, 2016 at 11:14 am

    It is my first experience as a father. My wife is way better at thIs. Our son Bolu is about 4. He literally puts everything in his mouth.
    My wife is one of the best cooks I know and I am sure even our son Bolu knows that. Each time she cooks or while at it, he walks straight into the kitchen. Most times disturbing my wife in the process.
    A month ago my wife and I agreed she always closed the door while cooking. Seh did that bUT Bolu found his way into the kitchen. Our door was a bad one.
    She wasn’t paying attention and he ended up drinking kerosine. A little of it. I guess he tough it was juice. Luckily for us my wife stopped him early enough. That was a close one.
    Now with #Emilinksdooors in use. Both my wife and I feel safe doing knowing Bolu can stay out of the kitchen now. She cooks with comfort and the food is as aswwt as always.
    I would never have forgiven myself if something happened to Bolu due to the bad kitchen door we had then.
    Thank you EmilinkNG.
    #Mydoorstory #Emilinksdoors

  32. ADEDIJI

    August 23, 2016 at 11:17 am

    This is an unforgettable experience for me and my whole family.It was during the national strike when everywhere was dried and to even take a morsel of food to eat became Problem. My parents are both government workers and were really affected by the strike.That morning,mummy went to the kitchen and cooked the last food stuff for the whole family and we looked unto God to provide for us.We were all perceiving the aroma of the food and we believed that it would be delicious.
    She closed the door of the kitchen with the food on fire and locked it and came to the sitting room to join us where we were talking.After some minutes,she went to the kitchen to check the food and we heard her calling us one by one.we first taught the food was ready and we eagerly stood up to go and take our food,but,alas!we met a different story.”who carried the food here”,mum shouted.we were just looking at each other with no response and we were really taken aback since every of us was in the sitting room.My mummy was very angry and she started shouting.We checked the door and we realised what has happened,the door was forced open by someone unknown and the food was stolen.”ah ah,this bad kitchen doomed me today,what will I give to my family to eat today and this is our last food”,my mummy wailed.
    A month later,the government paid the workers’ salary and the first thing my mum brought home was a new emilinks door.she said “my negligence toward the kitchen door cost my family hunger”.#Emilinks#MyDoorStory.

  33. Mama Precious

    August 23, 2016 at 11:19 am

    MY SUNDAY STEW
    ‘Any day I remember that time, my spirit goes calm and I smile.’

    My husband is a very difficult man, he always complain any time I serve his food, it is either, he complains of no salt, too much pepper, too much oil and so on.He got me provoked last week Friday during breakfast, after the stress of waking up very early to prepare his breakfast while he was eating, he started shouting “Hey! My God this woman will not kill me in this house,” as usual I rushed to the dinning table to know the reason behind his exclamation, “Honey, what is it the matter?” I asked,” Everything!, why did you put a cube of maggi without grinding or crushing it?” I was surprise because what I used was liquid maggi or did the liquid form a cube in pot of stew? but I immediately said “Honey, am sorry,” because that is what he wants to hear, Hmmm! He will always complain but he will never leave the plate of food, till he sees ‘Made in China’ on the bottom of the plate. As we know,Everyday is for a thief, but one day is for the owner. I was busy on Sunday this week preparing the Sunday stew behind our closed Emilinks door in the kitchen, the door is good door, it has no crack or holes for the slimmest of aroma to pass through, but I wanted his nose to catch the aroma coming out of the kitchen, so I deliberately opened and closed the door and allowing the stew aroma to leak to the sitting room where he was lying on the cushion, in about a minute or two, I heard a sound on the kitchen door, I turned around but the sound was coming from outside, so I tiptoed to the door and quitely opened it, guessed what was making the sound, ‘My husband, he was practically forcing his nose on the door to pick the delicious aroma coming out of the kitchen (lolz), that was a very funny sight, but trust him, instead of accepting the truth, he said “I heard a sound so came to see, if you are okay”, I smiled because, I knew he was lieing but for the love I have for him I flunged the door open so that the aroma will saturate the room and he returned back to the cushion and continued to savour the aroma of my SUNDAY STEW. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  34. Busolammy

    August 23, 2016 at 11:20 am

    My Door Story.
    I am one Lady that will never strip naked in front of her fellow Ladies, not even in front of my Mum, That is how private I am, during my first year in the University, I got a room off campus in a 6 rooms apartment with a single bathroom and Toilet, I wasn’t Okay with it but Houses were scarce and expensive, My parents persuaded me to manage it for a year,we will get a better one next year they promised, 4 of the 6 rooms had female occupants while the other 2 were occupied by guys, I always make sure to wake up early and have my bath before the rush for the bathroom starts.
    On this fateful day, I carried my bucket of water, soap and sponge into the bathroom, I removed my towel then secure the door by twisting the nail attached to it, (this nail is the Locking mechanism) as I was taking my bath, somebody shoved hard at the door and before I know it I was facing one of the male occupants without having a single piece of clothing on, for some seconds I couldn’t do a thing, I experienced an array of emotions, Shock, anger, fear,with embarrassment topping the list! but I locked the door, I thought, How could it give in easily? I felt betrayed by the door! The guy was also very embarrassed , He quickly closed the door while saying sorry repeatedly, I wish the floor will open its mouth and swallow me, I avoided the guy like a plague, I couldn’t bear to face him for weeks. poor me became a victim of a bad door, If only the bathroom had an Emilinks door, I wouldn’t have experienced that most embarrassing day of my life I got a Nice Room in a Nicer house the next year, With strong and Beautiful Emilinks Doors fitted to all Doorways of course!
    #Emilinks #My door story #Day 16

  35. Benjamin Okpanachi

    August 23, 2016 at 11:20 am

    I remember my youth services days where we were given a lodge to stay. The lodge is in a sorry state, (some corpers can attest to that) from bad ceiling to broken floor, from bad mattresses to bad environment. But that is not really the problem because we at least have a place to lie our head and we were grateful for that ,the really problem is with the door and the windows of the lodge ,they are so bad that that we just can’t imagine where to start from , infact is it as good as sleeping in the open ,for the windows we have to close it permanently with ply wood but for the door we can’t close that permanently so what we decide is for us to take turn to stand guard each night so we can at least be safe while sleeping. So you can imagine we doing this for about Nine to ten months.We have a time table we called doorMan on duty for that. As for the kitchen we have none but our meal is always prepared no matter what. That’s one experience I will never forget in a hurry. But thank God we finished our services safely. I will advice the Federal Govt.
    to contact EMILINKS to help fix the Doors problem in NYSC camps and the places the lodge the corpers after camp for their safety. That’s my Door story. #MydoorStory #EMILINKS

  36. Nwaka Uche

    August 23, 2016 at 11:21 am

    With a good door in my wardrope my cloths are always well arranged,my door prevents rats and other bad pest from entering inside my wardrope .one of the qualities of a good is”wardrope” and wardrope is made up of door . imagine a wardrope without a door, is like hanging your cloths in the rope.
    Wardrobes helps in keeping our items like cloths shoes and other things so it needs a door so to keep it well.one funny thing about wardrope doors is that it does not occupies much space in the room
    So go and get your wardrope door from emilinks.
    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day16

  37. Oluwaseun

    August 23, 2016 at 11:27 am

    Just not to close my eyes, it’s all about nightmares, seeing witches and wizard, fighting and terrifying me in my dreams.
    Not until my pastor told me that “I need to barricade the door of my heart before this mystery can end and before that can happen, I need to change my defenseless and thatched door in my house”. I googled out the best door to use, Hey! It was Emilinks door. I got my house door changed to Emilinks door.
    Ever since I changed the door of my house with Emilinks door all my nightmares has been barricaded in the supernatural. No more witches and wizards in dreams.
    My yesterday mystery has become today history. All thanks to #Emilinks door!
    #mydoorstory #day16

  38. Olisaemeka

    August 23, 2016 at 11:33 am

    They say the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Personally i don’t joke with my stomach that was why when my wife complained about the back kitchen door which she says gives rats easy access and passage into the kitchen, i decided to change it into the most reliable and durable door (Emilinks). And ever since then, the food coming out from that kitchen is always super delicious with tantalising aroma.
    What is a bedroom without a good and quality wardrobe? For me my super quality Emilinks wardrobe serves multiple purposes of making my clothes to be neatly arranged, protecting it from rodents attack, giving it a pleasant fragrance and it also serves as a safe where my valuable properties and documents are kept.
    Think quality, Think Emilinks .
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16

  39. Damilola A

    August 23, 2016 at 11:41 am

    Even if you have the best clothes and all sort. A bad word robe diminisheso the quality.
    I remember my Christmas cloth one year. I was the talk of the street that day. I got compliments and all. I kept the cloth in my cupboard for important events since it was very fine.
    Months later I picked it out as I had an event. The cloth has spoilt. It was damp and had faded. I was so confused. It was later I realists due to my bad cupboard majority of my clothes had spoilt.
    now I know the importance of a cupboard and I have #Emilinks cupboard.
    My clothes are safe and secure.
    Quality clothes without a quality cupboard is just a disaster waiting to happen.
    #Mydoorstory #Emilinksdoors

  40. Ngwu Stanley chimezie

    August 23, 2016 at 11:41 am

    #mydoorstory #day16
    Oedipus went up to the sacred grooves of Artemis to pay homage and attempt to ask a question which had been bugging his mind. He was taught since childhood about the wisdom and the cleverness of Artemis, the god of knowledge. So he set out on this adventure to cure his doubt. He said to the god, “Sacred Knowledge, how is it that we earthly beings see the lights of the firmament?”. “Because the True One sets the doors of the world ajar”, said Artemis.
    In the rhythm of the pre-Copernican concept of Astronomy, the earth is flat. If the earth were so, we could begin to ponder that the earth has doors through which whatever is within and without can turn and become without and within. That kind of earth was what Oedipus was made to believe existed for the lights of the solar luminosities to enter into the earth. If anything, the Physics of his time forgave him and his god.
    It will only be natural to think that whatever has a door is flat, at least on one side, that side which has the door. A house has a door, so too a car, a plane, a cabin on a ship, a train, anything vehicular! And these doors apportioned on strategic places on these constructs serve as portals and apertures through which the fluid of mobility is continuous. And in the language of Relativity, I would like to say that these diaphragms of the sort are relative to whatever moves between them.
    A door is usually an opening; there can be no door without an opening. So too does it follow to say that all openings are some kind of doors. The potency of nature makes it such that every enclosure has some form of portal or “door”, as it were, unless it was an enclosed vacuum. And enclosed vacuums are hard to come by.
    Apart from the entrance-exit routine of a door, the concept of a door is also that it can limit motion. When a door is closed, motion is stalled unless its closure is reversed. The door may also be an instrument of security for if all structures were without doors, the world may yet be akin to the proverbial state of nature and such communal free-spiritedness is a criminal’s fancy though it could only be likened to the reality of the good old days when, as those who were before us say, the world was not what it is now.
    A door leads to a doorway or a gateway or perhaps a road as we may choose. This may be the reason why the Igbo call it “Uzo” meaning “Road”. In tandem, doors open into passageways however small they may be. Thanks to #EmilinksNg for availing us the opportunity to posses doors at affordable rates. #mydoorstory #day16

  41. Oladipo Opeyemi

    August 23, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Day 16
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I gained admission into the university and decided to stay off campus in a one room self contain.It was a new site,so there was still a lot of bushes around. My hostel was a new one and everywhere was beautiful.After some months, the land opposite my hostel was bought and the bushes there had to be burnt.A few days later I started seeing little rats in the premises of my hostel (I dislike rats).I was sitted in my room one evening, a rat ran into my room,my kitchen door was closed but I realized that the rat was able to pass,I was shocked. When I checked I saw that rats had created a hole below my kitchen door.It was a frustrating semester.The rat were the type that could eat even plastics,they eat anything and the more I kept hiding my foodstuffs, the more they adapted.I blocked the hole with a piece of cloth,they tore it to shreds.It was frightening.I didn’t know what to do and I had to bear this till the end of 100level.After that I went in search of another hostel and this time I had to see the type of doors they had most especially the kitchen door because the kitchen is the heart of my house.The hostel I decided to rent had an Emilinks door,immediately I googled it and I saw good commendations, I also saw for myself that this kind of door can’t be eaten by a rat and so I payed for the hostel and that was were I stayed until I graduated.My kitchen door was intact, nothing affected it,not termites or rats.My Emilinks door is the best thing that happened to my kitchen. Every landlord should try get an Emilinks door especially in the kitchen where foodstuffs are kept and come and thank me later. Thank you Emilinks for saving me in school.

  42. Uche

    August 23, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    #Emilinks#MyDoorstory-Day 16
    What an unforgettable day. I woke up that fateful Saturday morning with a severe banging headache possibly from going to bed late the previous night. I had spent greater part of the night marking my pupils’ promotional examination questions. As i was about coming out of my bedroom, i heard my landlord shouting and calling my husband’s name. I opened the door and he was there ranting at the top of his voice” Where is that useless man? Today, today we will know who owns this house was the response I got when I greeted him. Where is that your stubborn husband, he asked with a wicked and angry look on his face. Baba he has gone to work i answered calmly. “Ok we shall see”, he thundered as he left.
    Two weeks before, the landlord gave us a quit notice that we should vacate the house because some developers want to renovate the house. We thought he was joking because the rent we paid has not expired moreover, two weeks was too short a time relocate. My husband tossed the letter aside and assured me that the landlord was only bluffing and won’t do anything.
    So you can imagine how i felt when the landlord came back twenty minutes later with some group of men threatening to throw our belonging out in the rain if we fail to vacate his house that day. I was shivering; hot tears began to flow down my cheeks. I quickly called my husband who had travelled to Port Harcourt for an official assignment and gave him the situation report. He told me to calm down that he will call the landlord and also send his brother over to our house to handle the situation
    He (my hubby) called me back five minutes later to tell me the landlord wasn’t picking his calls but his brother is on his way. Before i knew what was happening, the landlord had given the men order to start moving our things outside under the heavy down pour. It was as if i was in a dream, our Electronics, Mattress, Sofa …everything was being thrown out. In midst of the chaos, I ran into the bedroom and quickly dashed to the wardrobe where we keep aside our clothes and shoes, our important documents. It was in a bid to save the documents which include our School results and certificates that the wardrobe door (which has been shaking before now) pulled off and landed on my right legs shattering my bones. I was admitted for over 6 weeks in an orthopedic hospital.
    Though it was an awful experience, it moved us to a next and better level. We vowed never to live in a rented apartment and never to buy substandard furniture again. Today i am a proud owner of a house a.k.a landlady and i have this beautiful #Emilinks wardrobe in my room.

  43. steph

    August 23, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    I personally did not care about my wardrobe.it was simply an insignificant structure to me.l was the scattered type who only arranged her wardrobe when my bestie came visiting because it irritated her.l only cared about my wardrobe because it hide all my messy stuff and gave my room a clean look once closed.my wardrobe can be so hard to open but that didn’t bother me at all because it could close.l devised a means of living with the fault by selecting and bringing out all my work cloths and any other cloth l might need within the week.being that l was a journalist,l had the opportunity to interview a model and thats when my wardrobe story took a different turn.she showed my crew and l,her bedroom and when l saw her wardrobe and the way her cloths were all hung and neatly arranged.l wanted that wardrobe right away.she told me it was an emilinks,affordable and accessible to all class of people.she made a remark which still stuck till today,the emilinks brand,the people’s choice….with comfort in mind.throughout the duration of the interview,all l thought of was ditching my wardrobe and getting an emilinks asap.
    And guess what!l did just that and its been comfort all the way.No more tussel with opening my wardrobe.with emilinks my room became more beautiful and presentable.emilinks,the best brand for a happy home.#day16 #emilinks #mydoorstory.

  44. Biodun

    August 23, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    DAY 15 — A while ago, we had guests in the house. I was boiling yam and making pepperstew. I was concentrating on the stew and soon forgot about the yam. Before I could say Jack Robinson, the whole pot of yam had burnt very badly but thank God the kitchen door was shut, so the guests could not perceive the smell. I quickly boiled rice for them to save face #MyDoorStory #EmilinksNG

  45. Remmy

    August 23, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    #Day 16 #MyDoorStory #Bella

    Home is where the heart is. And the kitchen with its delicious aromas is the heart of many a home.

    Through the kitchen door comes great aromas, I still remember the aromas of my Grandmother’s kitchen, it wasn’t that big. It wasn’t big as the bedroom or the living room, but it was big enough with a beautiful door. What made it fabulous was all that came out of it, good things to eat like Amala and Ewedu+Gbegiri, Jollof rice and Chicken, Efo riro, meat pies and apple pies, stuffed turkeys, stuffed chickens, stuffed eggplant, and hams stuffed with chickens ! yummy oh how i love foods!
    Granny was the best cook in the world.
    If Granny was the best cook in the world, I must have been the girl with the biggest appetite and I was very lucky, because not every girl has a grand-mother who can cook like an angel. (That is, if angels do any cooking). lol #Emilinksdoors

  46. Biodun

    August 23, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    DAY 16 — A while ago, we had guests in the house. I was boiling yam and making pepperstew. I was concentrating on the stew and soon forgot about the yam. Before I could say Jack Robinson, the whole pot of yam had burnt very badly but thank God the kitchen door was shut, so the guests could not perceive the smell. I quickly boiled rice for them to save face. Emilinks doors too can save you from such embarrassment. #MyDoorStory #EmilinksNG

  47. Didi

    August 23, 2016 at 12:26 pm

    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory#[email protected] online

    THE CHRISTMAS GIFT

    During one of the Christmas eve, my uncle had surprised us with a door; he had said it was mainly to be put in the kitchen. He had described the door to be an Emilink product and that qualities as such were safe and protective. Little did we understand the importance of the door we fixed into the kitchen until the day thieves had entered our house the following year.
    I vividly remembered it was on a Tuesday, that fate day we had all left the house while my brother and I had gone to school, and my parent went to work. On our returned, we found out that the zinc in my parent’s toilet was broken down. No doubt, we knew it was the handiwork of thieves. Though, we were frighten a bit but we took out time to walk round the rooms to ensure that our valuable were safe. As we entered the rooms, we saw the bed had been turned upside down, “they had tried breaking into our wardrobe”, I told my daddy as I saw marks on it. Unfortunately for them, they couldn’t, as my dad had ordered for a wardrobe for all the rooms where our valuable were put inside and it could only be opened with a key which we safely take it along with us. As I made to unlock it, I heaved in satisfaction, seeing that things inside were untouched, “Our clothes, shoes and books are safe”, I said. We opened the kitchen door, we saw everything neatly kept as we left them. The jellof rice we cooked and the soft drinks were all preserved in the fridge. Daddy had whispered to us, “their operation has failed and they wouldn’t want to come again, knowing the types of kitchen door and wardrobe we have”, causing us all to smile. It was then we realized that truly the Christmas door that uncle Ken bought for us was good and worth valuable to be maintained, “extremely good” mummy had quickly added.

  48. Adejumoke

    August 23, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day16 #bellanaija

    Working with a clothing firm(McCoy Clothings) had taught me alot about the use of wardrobes. Despite the competent hands on desk, my boss always makes it his own priority to arraigned clothes in the wardrobes also the one for showcase.

    I’ve being disciplined several times because of my non challant attitude towards arranging cloth properly in the wardrobe, well after series of lectures on the importance and the manner in which customers sees their cloth peaked and kept in a wardrobe attract them to patronize again and a plus for the organization.

  49. Kehinde Onyemaechi

    August 23, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day15
    Having a good kitchen door translates to wanting to live a better secured
    life. kitchen means where what will took to survive on a daily bases is kept, which
    must not be recklessly handled and if not having a standard door that mean
    my foods are not secure from all saute of domestic kinds which can
    contaminate them with poisonous drops either by body or touching them
    by there mouth. We all hard about Lassa fever, the cause and it effects, but
    within my habitat rats are many, But with a good door in my kitchen none of
    them were able to make there way into my kitchen,
    Moreover, have had some people saying rats chop some parts of either
    there Kitchen door or there wardrobe, that is they pinched holes on them which
    enable those rats to make there way in, in which they destroy either their documents or
    there food stuffs but thank God that i chosed the best door with great standard
    which has disallowed unwanted things from gaining access into my kitchen.
    Thanks goes to makers and sellers of standard doors.
    To people out there be it Friends or family if you know you don’t have well secure
    door either for your kitchen or your wardrobe i urged you to go for #Emilinks door
    they have it in different styles in which you people will surely get those you people
    will like to fixed either to kitchen or wardrobe.

  50. Kehinde Onyemaechi

    August 23, 2016 at 12:38 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day16
    Having a good kitchen door translates to wanting to live a better secured
    life. kitchen means where what will took to survive on a daily bases is kept, which
    must not be recklessly handled and if not having a standard door that mean
    my foods are not secure from all saute of domestic kinds which can
    contaminate them with poisonous drops either by body or touching them
    by there mouth. We all hard about Lassa fever, the cause and it effects, but
    within my habitat rats are many, But with a good door in my kitchen none of
    them were able to make there way into my kitchen,
    Moreover, have had some people saying rats chop some parts of either
    there Kitchen door or there wardrobe, that is they pinched holes on them which
    enable those rats to make there way in, in which they destroy either their documents
    or there food stuffs but thank God that i chosed the best door with great standard
    which has disallowed unwanted things from gaining access into my kitchen.
    Thanks goes to makers and sellers of standard doors.
    To people out there be it Friends or family if you know you don’t have well secure
    door either for your kitchen or your wardrobe i urged you to go for #Emilinks door
    they have it in different styles in which you people will surely get those you people
    will like to fixed either to kitchen or wardrobe.

  51. Abuja Bored Girl

    August 23, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    My wardrobe is my sanctuary, the place I call my safe. Not only do I keep and arrange my clothes there, but it houses everything I call mine; from my box, my groceries, my certificates everything. Even the top of it houses my shoes. I love my wardrobe and I wonder what I would have done without it; how my room would have looked without it, and where I would be able to hide the things I don’t want others to see.
    Thank you for letting me share my wardrobe story.

  52. Okpis Benjamin

    August 23, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    Day 16
    As a guy, I have never been the arranging type,my clothes were always scattered around.My mom, sisters and female friends have scolded me but to no avail. It was like an habit,I myself really wanted to form the habit of arranging and organizing my clothes but it never exceeds four days with me back to my normal habit of scattering my clothes.Everythng changed when I visited a distant friend in Lagos. When I arrived they were visitors in his parlour, so he took me to his room. Immediately I stepped into his room, I couldn’t help but notice the Beautiful wardrobe with his clothes neatly hanged inside the wardrobe.The room looked like a room in heaven,the beauty of the wardrobe elevated the appearance of the room. I immediately ran to the wardrobe and looked for the brand name and there it was “Emilinks ” I saw the name “Emilinks for the first time. I asked him immediately how he got the wardrobe he told me. Immediately I got home it was like I was a new being, I went to my room and arranged my clothes.But it was still missing something “an Emilinks wardrobe “.with the little savings I have together with the 10,000 I hope to win I will get an Emilinks wardrobe
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  53. Paul Echezona

    August 23, 2016 at 12:53 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day15
    My body was moving in slow motion, trying to
    get out of a warm bath and into my night
    gown. The day had been filled with yard work.
    Digging in the flower beds and planting seeds
    had left every muscle sore, aching, and stiff.
    The bed was a welcome sight did I forget to
    mention the “Emilink’s Wardrobe” that made
    the room a better sight. As a lay down, after
    shutting and locking the “Emilink’s Door”,
    Peace enveloped me, and sleep crept quietly
    and joyously upon me, because I know with
    Emilink products, your safe.

  54. Paul Echezona

    August 23, 2016 at 12:53 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16
    My body was moving in slow motion, trying to
    get out of a warm bath and into my night
    gown. The day had been filled with yard work.
    Digging in the flower beds and planting seeds
    had left every muscle sore, aching, and stiff.
    The bed was a welcome sight did I forget to
    mention the “Emilink’s Wardrobe” that made
    the room a better sight. As a lay down, after
    shutting and locking the “Emilink’s Door”,
    Peace enveloped me, and sleep crept quietly
    and joyously upon me, because I know with
    Emilink products, your safe.

  55. eniola Kareem

    August 23, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    Before Before na so so COCKROACH wahala until I come switch to EMILIKNS Wardrobe . Dem just dey give me durable keys, and nice varieties of interiors,, so much easy with EMILIKNS wardrobe MAKE UNA COME MAKE UNA SEE na you know wetin you dey wait for. IF YOU GET EAR MAKE YOU HEAR,, see as I dey enjoy with Emilinks wardrobe You no know wetin you dey miss until you switch to EMILINKS wardrobe …. WELCOME TO THE FAMILY OF EMILINKS .. #MYDOORSTORY #EMILINKS Day 16

  56. Yemisi

    August 23, 2016 at 1:01 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16 @bellanaija, My Door Story is one that will continue to linger in my memory. 4 years ago, I finished university as a graduate awaiting Nysc and i carefully arranged all my certificates in a file well kept in my wardrobe. One day, the whole family decided to go on vacation for 2 weeks and we locked all the rooms and the gates that leads to the compound. The holiday was really fun but on returning something happened. guess what it was ( it rained heavily during our absence) The whole house was flooded upon seeing that i was shocked. Quickly, i rushed to my room but it was a different scenario. The roof in my room was removed by the heavy rain and my room turned to swimming pool. i started shivering not because the room turned swimming pool but because part of my life was in the room. I quickly open my wardrobe but to my utmost surprise my clothes were intact not only my clothes my precious certificates that i spent so much years to acquire were also intact too. It was so amazing that emilinks wardrobes could serve as a protector. Having a good door can never be over emphasized. Thank you #Emilinks. It could only be Emilinks

  57. Annabel

    August 23, 2016 at 1:03 pm

    Egg sauce and yam
    Mama chinedu is my good neighbor, most times we prepare the same meal for our different homes. So as usual, we prepared yam and egg sauce three days back but the end of it all became a story with a lesson.
    6:30pm that day
    Mama Chinedu: (knocks on the door) knock! knock!! Knock!!!
    Me: (walks out)Eee!mama Edu,what is it?
    Mama chinedu: (worried) the pot of sauce and yam I prepared is not in my kitchen again and my husband wants to eat now.
    Me: (rushes to her kitchen) Hmmm! How manage? (Rushes to my kitchen) Haa! my own kitchen is still locked, thank God oo!
    Mama Chinedu: Who on earth did this wicked act, took my sauce and the boiled yam, God will never forgive that person
    Me: Amen O! I thank God for my door oh! if not for it, where will I start from, my husband will pull this roof down, if I tell him such a story, thanks to God your husband can understand
    Mama Chinedu : (moody) I know it will be those boys that were walking around while we were cooking, I don’t even know any of them
    Me: Mama Edu, it will be them, after they perceive the aroma of the food, it became thier target. No problem sha! if you need sauce I can give you a little but the yam I boiled isn’t much
    Mama Edu: oh! that’s kind of you, but dont worry I will talk to my husband so that we will take tea and bread for the night. (She goes)
    Me: (Touches her at her back)Mama Edu, you know as a friend, I have been telling you to get a new and better door, so that this act won’t occur, and I will advice you go for my type, it is Emilinks premium quality door, it is over durable, relieable and capable to scare away food thieves. Remember this change has made criminals to start stealing even pot of food.
    Mama Chinedu: Thank you a lot I will talk to my husband. We need a good door, seriously.
    We were about to go inside when we heard the noise of her pot of sauce and yam, it was empty and was thrown over the fence into the compound and we heard them saying, “Madam no vex we perceive the aroma of your food so we say make we confirm weda e sweet or not, thank you ma! But next time put enough pepper (hahaha) and tell your neighbour say na her door save her,Mama Chinedu rained insult on them but they didn’t reply because they were gone. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  58. chidinma Henrietta

    August 23, 2016 at 1:16 pm

    #Emilinks #my door story #day16
    There are different women in my closest, hanging on the hangers, a different woman for each suit, each dress, each pair of shoe . A different woman for different makeups. But my closest cannot produce an organised and a perfect woman if not for #Emilinks wardrobe # thanks to #Emilinks#Bellanaija#

  59. Blessing E

    August 23, 2016 at 1:22 pm

    A wardrobe is one of the necessary furniture a lady should have in her house. It is like another home in the house because it is where you store things needed for you to put on. Clothes put in a wardrobe differ a frm that put in a Ghana-must-Go or a box. The fact that you hang clothes vertically in a wardrobe straightens it and it could be worn without ironing unlike those placed in a box. When I was in school, I always loved looking good with neatly placed clothes. We know how hostel off campus are, most times there’s no light but, I wasn’t affected because my wardrobe helped keep my clothes arranged not rumbling them. We all know looking good is good business and that sold for me. I was nominated for best dressed female, all thanks to my wardrobe. I had two friends in school, they couldn’t take it anymore and we’re moved to ask me. Babe, how far? Abeg give us gist. How come ur clothes dey be like wetin you starch com iron everyday? I smiled and told them my secret. I told them it was my Emilinks wardrobe that helped keep my clothes intact. It has different partitions, and was spacious, it had whr to hang my clothes, shoes, scarfs and all. Few days later, they ordered theirs, one of them had to disturb her so much. We all used Emilinks wardrobe until we graduated and my little sister even inherited mine, and dats wat she’s presently using. With Emilinks wardrobe you have no fear of insects festering on the wood, or even fear of water affecting it. It remains the way it is frm the very first day it is bought. Kudos to the brain behind this wonderful design… Day 16
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  60. Adelugba Ademola

    August 23, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    Thank you for this thought on kitchen doors, it reminds me of what happened during the outbreak of lassa fever. I hope people can learn one or two things from this story.
    It happened that my friend came to visit me on a Saturday during that lassa fever outbreak and met me refreshing myself with garri, cold water and fried meat to go with it. I called him to join me and he was like lailai, that did i want to give him lassa fever. I laughed him off and said, “ore, because rats & cockroaches dey disturb you for your house no mean say na so e be for other people’s house too”. My wife proudly took him to the kitchen and showed him the kitchen & food store, well equipped & protected with #Emilinks doors. When he came back, I said, “ore (friend), with #Emilinks doors, gbagbe (forget) lassa fever, ti lassa ba ri #Emilinks gan, o ma sare (if lassa fever sees #Emilinks, it will run). We all laughed and by the time he cared to join, I had almost finished my garri & fried meat.
    When next I went to visit him, I saw my friend drinking garri with pleasure. I said, “ore, lassa ma wa n’ita” (there is still lassa fever out). He replied, “Emilinks doors ti le lassa lo joo” (Emilinks doors had sent lassa fever away joo). He had also replaced his kitchen door with Emilinks doors. We both laughed out loud. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  61. Michael

    August 23, 2016 at 1:26 pm

    When I came to visit my sister I she used gas to cook in her kitchen and I wasn’t used to cooking with gas, so on this particular day I had some old classmates who came to visit me, they were females so I decided to fry little chips for them, as I put it on fire I went out to do other things, with the initial timing I had when cooking with stove as soon as I got into the kitchen I almost choked with smoke, the chips had already gotten burnt, I quickly removed it and decided to cook indomie sharp sharp, to my surprise it got burnt again as the timing I gave was too much, I was so ashamed to go to meet them but I had to, so after washing the burnt pots I summoned courage and went in, lo and behold the sitting room was still odorless, the Emilinks kitchen door saved me from gross embarrassment as it didn’t allow any smoke to pass through while it was closed, and thank God I didn’t tell them I was cooking so I kept quiet and just offered them drinks, we all had s nice time and the left. Always go for Emilinks doors. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 16

  62. David

    August 23, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    My mum doesn’t tell us what she would cook before she cooks, all the doors in our house are Emilinks doors including that of the kitchen, anytime she enters the kitchen she closes the door only to open it few seconds before she finishes so as to allow the aroma sink in our heads before the dish is served, the Emilinks kitchen door always supports my mum’s plan as it doesn’t allow any aroma pass through it as long as the door is closed, my mum would always tell us “the kitchen is a woman’s territory and so she needs all the privacy she can get” I guess she was right as the kitchen door always confirms that. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory # Day 16

  63. sane

    August 23, 2016 at 1:51 pm

    #Day16#MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    We were asleep in the sitting room at about 2am when we heard noise from the kitchen. I stood up to investigate and saw a man sawing outside kitchen window sawing the burglary proof. I screamed and my sisters woke up and i pointed out same to them. All this while the man was unfazed and had succeeded in cutting open the burglary and was climbing into the kitchen. We all ran outside to the corridor and just managed to slam the connecting Emilinks door in the face of the burglar before proceeding to scream our lungs out. He kicked very hard at the door and sprained his ankle in the process and was still on the floor rolling in pains when the local vigilante who reacted fast for once came and apprehended him. The following day we had a meeting with other tenants and recounted the story to them which made them change their doors to Emilinks doors. Thanks #Emilinks for the strong quality door,

  64. Ifeoluwa

    August 23, 2016 at 2:04 pm

    I’m not an organised person especially on Monday mornings when I have to prepare for classes.My clothes are always scattered and littered all over the bed.I change and change clothes until I come to conclusion on what to wear but since I came in contact with EMILINKS product especially the wardrobe my life
    has been different,I’m now a changed person,I just need to wake up and select the dress I need.Everything is organised in layers,colours and categories.I don’t go late to classes anymore,whenever anyone comes to my room the first thing they notice is my wardrobe and I’m proud to tell them I use an Emilink wardrobe and I advise them to do so also.I love EMILINKS because they are the best.#Emilinks#MyDoorStory#bellanaija#Day16#

  65. David

    August 23, 2016 at 2:16 pm

    My sister often go to school late, not because she wakes up late or anything, but because after taking her bath, she would use another one hour to search for the cloth she would wear that day, I used to think it was peculiar with all girls to waste a lot of time while dressing up, not until I heard from some of my female friends that they don’t, so what then could be my sister’s problem, her cloths were not always scattered, she had a box where she keeps some of them, but accord into her finding the right cloth is always an issue every morning so I advised her to go for a wardrobe and she took the advice, i specifically told her to go for Emilinks which she did. Now she has a nice wardrobe with her clothes neatly arrange in it, she goes to school a lot earlier now, she doesn’t have an issue searching for a cloth to wear any morning as the wardrobe has many sections for different items, she has since come to thank me for the advice, but I just gave an advice Emilinks solved the problem. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 16

  66. Toluwalope

    August 23, 2016 at 2:17 pm

    It’s so funny how everybody suddenly becomes naija based pursuing our tattered naira up and down including those ones always blowing American/British grammar for us here or have you all relocated to naija ni

  67. Philmara

    August 23, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    Come babe, have you noticed how Jane is always shining. See her attire, as if it just came from the laundry. Yes oo, am telling you. replied Aisha to Mimi. I admire her oo. chai, i do wonder what’s her secret. Hmm, you can’t believe it. Aisha laments! I went to the market the other day, with the new clothes i just bought, Trust me na, i hanged it in my wardrobe. I was walking with my shoulder’s high and head up, showing off my new pick. I never cared to check the clothes since it was new and it’s been in the wardrobe since i bought it. When i was leaving the mall everyone was staring at me, some were even pointing at me as if i had shit on my body. I thought they were admiring my outfit but their faces said otherwise. I became uneasy, a lady now called me, thank God for her, she took me into the restroom and showed me the back of my white and blue dress, a heavy zig-zag line left by the legs of moths. I couldn’t believe, babe. I almost wished i could just disappear from there. I had to use the backdoor oo. When I went home, almost all my clothes had signatures of moths and spiders on it, my black suits oo. But wait first oo, said Mimi, is it not the same thing that Jane uses in her house? Abi no be the same wardrobe all of us get? So in order to know why Jane’s clothes, shoes and clothings are always top notched and aired, they decided to visit their friend. When they got to her house. Aisha asked Jane casually what’s her secret of her latest grace. Jane smile and kept quiet, being the type that doesn’t talk too much, she took them to her room, and they were like wow, all agape at the brilliance of her wardrobe. sure their was a clear stark difference. There is no way under the heavens that moths and spiders can scale through Jane’s wardrobe. Talk more of peeing on her clothes. So Jane, with a sigh of triumph, narrated that all credit goes to Emilinks doors, you can order for it and it will be delivered. Emilinks doors is just what every woman with a taste needs in her house. Same goes for my kitchen, solid and impregnable. Aisha looked at her friend and said, babe, waiting we dey wait na, make we ma up our game, ehen, Jane girl, how far na, how can we get it, like sharp, sharp? It’s very simple, just visit http://www.emilinks.com, or you can even ask Bellanaija, or Twitter @emilinksng, Facebook at EmilinksNG. Hey, just like that? I didn’t know. Oya, make we dey go, with Emilinks, no more disgrace, Get Emilinks doors, and up your game! Thanks in advance Emilinks #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16

  68. Donpretty chiamaka

    August 23, 2016 at 2:28 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #bellanaijaonline To some people, it’s a waste of money to put a good and “expensive” door in the kitchen. I will be the highest pretender if I try to count myself out because I was once a victim.
    I can remember how I use to be upset with my dad for putting a door that looks stronger and better in the kitchen than the door in my bedroom, Until i grew older, I came to realize the importance of not only having a kitchen door but a good and quality one.
    I noticed that:
    #Firstly : good kitchen doors serves as a sound proof as it prevents the kitchen noise from getting into the house, You might not understand how embarrassing this is until you have a visitor the day you are preparing pounded yam ???… you will then understand.
    #Secondly:, I was thinking our kitchen door is the best, finest and a quality one until I came across an #Emilinks doors and Furniture, it was very surprising because they had Better and Classier ones than I have ever seen….
    The coolest thing ever is Where the kitchen doors shot on its own in order to prevent fire in the kitchen from entering into the living room. Therefore, good kitchen doors can actually serve as a fire extinguisher. .surprised ??????….ok.
    #Finally: Apart from concrete help from the doors, good looking doors beautify the house, not only does your house view look Charming, it surprisingly attract visitors more often, you will be asking yourself why all these people keep coming, my dear, who doesn’t like fine things??? #bellanaija

  69. Amos Mercy

    August 23, 2016 at 2:31 pm

    After SSCE examination, I came to Abuja to stay with my uncle before gaining admission into the University.
    They are members of RCCG (Redeemed Christian Church of God) and Every January, the RCCG nation wide observes fasting & prayer for couple of months. It’s compulsory for everyone in the house to participate on this fasting and we usually break the fast after evening service that ends 7.30pm.
    On the first day, when I couldn’t bear it, I went and drank some water as there’s no cooked food in the kitchen. I managed to survive the first day but prepare myself against the next day fasting & prayer.
    As early as 4am, I went to the kitchen, locked the door from inside. Because the kitchen door is EmiLinks door, very thick and it doesn’t make noise for anyone to know when I sneacked into the kitchen to help myself. The door is so correct that not even the aroma of the food will sneak out of that kitchen until I finished cooking my breakfast & lunch, package it inside food flask and head for my room… Fasting continues. For that fasting period, the EmiLinks kitchen door was a life saver to me until I learn to fast.
    Even where there’s no food at home, my first target for cash is my uncle but that’s before his briefcase enters his wardrobe… His wardrobe is also EmiLinks product and no matter how hard you try to open it without his concept, is always mission impossible except the day he forgot to lock up his wardrobe.
    There’s maximum security over your life and property with the EmiLinks Doors #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 16

  70. Philmara

    August 23, 2016 at 2:32 pm

    Come babe, have you noticed how Jane is always shining? See her attire, as if it just came from the laundry. Yes oo, am telling you, replied Aisha to Mimi. I admire her oo. Chai, I do wonder what’s her secret. Hmm, you can’t believe it. Aisha laments! I went to the market the other day, with the new clothes I just bought, Trust me na, I hanged it in my wardrobe. I was walking with my shoulder’s high and head up, showing off my new pick. I never cared to check the clothes since it was new and it’s been in the wardrobe since I bought it. When I was leaving the mall everyone was staring at me, some were even pointing at me as if I had shit on my body. I thought they were admiring my outfit but their faces said otherwise. I became uneasy, a lady now called me, thank God for her, she took me into the restroom and showed me the back of my white and blue dress, a heavy zig-zag line left by the legs of moths. I couldn’t believe, babe. I almost wished i could just disappear from there. I had to use the backdoor oo. When I went home, almost all my clothes had signatures of moths and spiders on it, my black suits oo. But wait first oo, said Mimi, is it not the same thing that Jane uses in her house? Abi no be the same wardrobe all of us get? So in order to know why Jane’s clothes, shoes and clothings are always top notched and aired, they decided to visit their friend. When they got to her house. Aisha asked Jane casually what the secret of her latest grace is. Jane smile and kept quiet, being the type that doesn’t talk too much, she took them to her room, and they were like wow, all agape at the brilliance of her wardrobe. And sure there was a clear stark difference. There is no way under the heavens that moths and spiders can scale through Jane’s wardrobe. Talk more of peeing on her clothes. So Jane, with a sigh of triumph, narrated that all credit goes to Emilinks doors, you can order for it and it will be delivered. Emilinks doors is just what every woman with a taste needs in her house. Same goes for my kitchen, solid and impregnable. Aisha looked at her friend and said, babe, waiting we dey wait na, make we ma up our game, ehen, Jane girl, how far na, how can we get it, like sharp, sharp? It’s very simple, just visit http://www.emilinks.com, or you can even ask Bellanaija, or Twitter @emilinksng, Facebook at EmilinksNG. Hey, just like that? I didn’t know. Oya, make we dey go, with Emilinks, no more disgrace, Get Emilinks doors, and up your game! Thanks in advance Emilinks #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16

  71. Michael

    August 23, 2016 at 2:35 pm

    My room used to be very scanty and scattered, with my cloth either neat or dirty loitering all over the room, I hardly invite female friends to my room because that would mean I’ll have to sign a contract to get the room tidy, that’s not to say I’m lazy but I felt it wasn’t necessary, one of my friends advised me to get a wardrobe for my room, I saw sense in it and decided to get one, the day I went, wow! I saw all sorts of wardrobes most of the beautiful ones were that of Emilinks, I chose a very beautiful Emilinks wardrobe that blended with my room carpet, now I don’t have to do much work to arrange my room but it’s always tidy, and I can now invite either Rihanna or Genevieve to my room, if for nothing at least to come see my wardrobe, it is beautiful, thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 16

  72. Donpretty chiamaka

    August 23, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #bellanaijaonline To some people, it’s a waste of money to put a good and “expensive” door in the kitchen. I will be the highest pretender if I try to count myself out because I was once a victim.
    I can remember how I use to be upset with my dad for putting a door that looks stronger and better in the kitchen than the door in my bedroom, Until i grew older, I came to realize the importance of not only having a kitchen door but a good and quality one.
    I noticed that:
    #Firstly : good kitchen doors serves as a sound proof as it prevents the kitchen noise from getting into the house, You might not understand how embarrassing this is until you have a visitor the day you are preparing pounded yam ???… you will then understand.
    #Secondly:, I was thinking our kitchen door is the best, finest and a quality one until I came across an #Emilinks doors and Furniture, it was very surprising because they had Better and Classier ones than I have ever seen….
    The coolest thing ever is Where the kitchen doors shot on its own in order to prevent fire in the kitchen from entering into the living room. Therefore, good kitchen doors can actually serve as a fire extinguisher. .surprised ??????….ok.
    #Finally: Apart from concrete help from the doors, good looking doors beautify the house, not only does your house view look Charming, it surprisingly attract visitors more often, you will be asking yourself why all these people keep coming, my dear, who doesn’t like fine things???

  73. Christiana

    August 23, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #day16
    It happened exactly while i was on maternity leave, as i was in the sitting room, watching Jenifer Diary, we had this door that was really bad and we kept managing it due to lack of money as at that time, my First son wanted to pee because usually i always help him, so he couldn’t wait for me to, he decided to open the door by himself, i heard a heavy sound, i quickly rushed to him, only to find him running away as the door fell and smashed our WC into pieces. There and then i placed a call to #Emilinks door for a replacement. So everyone can be safe in the house again.

  74. Bigson J Nnodim

    August 23, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    Day16
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I am a lady married into a polygamous home, I happen to be the second wife.When I came into the house, the first wife wasn’t so happy with me but she wasn’t making any trouble but her kids had no issue with me.Months went by,my senior wife started causing trouble,she always wanted us to engage in quarrels but I always avoided it.Her children started following her trends,I feel she instructed them to start avoiding me as well.I didn’t let all the this get to me because I understood what was happening.No woman wants to share her husbands love with anyone but I believe we could still have lived together in peace.Things started getting out of hand so I decided to put a hidden camera in my room.One has to be careful these days.As if I knew my senior wife had plans for me.One day I went shopping,I forgot to lock my room door.On coming back,I went directly into my room but I perceived someone else’ perfume, I have a very sensitive nose.I wasn’t at ease,I showered then decided to watch my hidden camera. Lo and Behold what I saw..My senior wife happened to have entered my room with a small content in her hand.She walked directly to my wardrobe and tried to open it but my Emilinks wardrobe lock is not the regular type, it has its uniqueness of opening in an anticlockwise direction and not clockwise.She kept forcing when she realized she couldn’t open my wardrobe, she left angrily.I personally begged my husband to install this wardrobe in my room because it was the same type I used while in school and it was a total protection.To shorten the story, I never forgot to lock my door after that even though I knew I had a safe wardrobe. All thanks to the producer of Emilinks wardrobe, may God continue to provide more to fill your purse so as to continue producing life saving furnitures.

  75. Donpretty chiamaka

    August 23, 2016 at 2:52 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #bellanaijaonline To some people, it’s a waste of money to put a good and “expensive” door in the kitchen. I will be the highest pretender if I try to count myself out because I was once a victim.
    I can remember how I use to be upset with my dad for putting a door that looks stronger and better in the kitchen than the door in my bedroom, Until i grew older, I came to realize the importance of not only having a kitchen door but a good and quality one.
    I noticed that:
    #Firstly : good kitchen doors serves as a sound proof as it prevents the kitchen noise from getting into the house, You might not understand how embarrassing this is until you have a visitor the day you are preparing pounded yam ???… you will then understand.
    #Secondly:, I was thinking our kitchen door is the best, finest and a quality one until I came across an #Emilinks doors and Furniture, it was very surprising because they had Better and Classier ones than I have ever seen….
    The coolest thing ever is Where the kitchen doors shot on its own in order to prevent fire in the kitchen from entering into the living room. Therefore, good kitchen doors can actually serve as a fire extinguisher. .surprised ??????….ok.
    #Finally: Apart from concrete help from the doors, good looking doors beautify the house, not only does your house view look Charming, it surprisingly attract visitors more often, you will be asking yourself why all these people keep coming, my dear, who doesn’t like fine things??? #day16

  76. Donpretty chiamaka

    August 23, 2016 at 2:54 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #bellanaijaonline To some people, it’s a waste of money to put a good and “expensive” door in the kitchen. I will be the highest pretender if I try to count myself out because I was once a victim.
    I can remember how I use to be upset with my dad for putting a door that looks stronger and better in the kitchen than the door in my bedroom, Until i grew older, I came to realize the importance of not only having a kitchen door but a good and quality one.
    I noticed that:
    #Firstly : good kitchen doors serves as a sound proof as it prevents the kitchen noise from getting into the house, You might not understand how embarrassing this is until you have a visitor the day you are preparing pounded yam .. you will then understand.
    #Secondly:, I was thinking our kitchen door is the best, finest and a quality one until I came across an #Emilinks doors and Furniture, it was very surprising because they had Better and Classier ones than I have ever seen….
    The coolest thing ever is Where the kitchen doors shot on its own in order to prevent fire in the kitchen from entering into the living room. Therefore, good kitchen doors can actually serve as a fire extinguisher. .surprised ???..ok.
    #Finally: Apart from concrete help from the doors, good looking doors beautify the house, not only does your house view look Charming, it surprisingly attract visitors more often, you will be asking yourself why all these people keep coming, my dear, who doesn’t like fine things??? #bellanaija

  77. Donpretty chiamaka

    August 23, 2016 at 3:24 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #bellanaijaonline To some people, it’s a waste of money to put a good and “expensive” door in the kitchen. I will be the highest pretender if I try to count myself out because I was once a victim.
    I can remember how I use to be upset with my dad for putting a door that looks stronger and better in the kitchen than the door in my bedroom, Until i grew older, I came to realize the importance of not only having a kitchen door but a good and quality one.
    I noticed that:
    #Firstly : good kitchen doors serves as a sound proof as it prevents the kitchen noise from getting into the house, You might not understand how embarrassing this is until you have a visitor the day you are preparing pounded yam … you will then understand.
    #Secondly:, I was thinking our kitchen door is the best, finest and a quality one until I came across an #Emilinks doors and Furniture, it was very surprising because they had Better and Classier ones than I have ever seen….
    The coolest thing ever is Where the kitchen doors shot on its own in order to prevent fire in the kitchen from entering into the living room. Therefore, good kitchen doors can actually serve as a fire extinguisher. .surprised ???..ok.
    #Finally: Apart from concrete help from the doors, good looking doors beautify the house, not only does your house view look Charming, it surprisingly attract visitors more often, you will be asking yourself why all these people keep coming, my dear, who doesn’t like fine things??? #bellanaija

  78. Ifunanya

    August 23, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    Day 16 #emilinks #mydoorstory. If the saying is true that a lady’s wardrobe is her sanctuary,then the wardrobe is her altar! It accommodates everything she holds sacred within. A lady’s wardrobe is a total reflection of who she is, from the magnificent, exquisite exterior to the breath taking beauty within. Ladies,do all you can within your might to get an Emilinks wardrobe, it totally redefines your personality with class. Thank you Emilinks for making me stand out in the crowd. Emilinks magnifique!

  79. Chidinma Adaobi

    August 23, 2016 at 3:40 pm

    During my youth service year, I lived in a one room apartment in Enugu. The area was prone to flooding, however that was all I could afford at that moment. A friend of mine who was passing out had a wardrobe for sale. It was an Emilinks wardrobe. When I told him I had no money, he assured me that buying that wardrobe would be the best decision I will make in my service year. I used my last savings to pay and get the wardrobe. One Thursday,when I went for CDS, I got a call from my landlord asking me to rush home. That the GEEPEE tank had over flown and everywhere was flooded. I was scared. All my certificates were in that room. I quickly took a Keke and rushed back home. On getting there, evryone was carrying out their valuables. I quickly rushed and opened my door. Water was gushing out of every corner. Oh my, My Certificates !!! I started panicking as I got close to the wardrobe. On opening it, I fell on my knees and started crying with joy. They were safe, my certificates were safe !!! Emilinks had saved my life. I am tearing up right now just sharing this with you. Emilinks wardrobes are the best. To keep your clothes and other valuables safe. They are designed with the best quality of materials. Thank you #Emilinks #Day16 #Mydoorstory #Bellanaija

  80. Lulu

    August 23, 2016 at 3:50 pm

    When I was young, my little sister and I loved to play hide and seek. It was also a competition to see which of us would find the most creative hiding place. On a rainy evening after school, we were both home alone and bored. Our parents had gone for a family meeting leaving us with the house help who had also gone out, no doubt visiting with her friends down the road. We had been watching TV but as the rain intensified the power went out. “Let’s play hide and seek!” my little sister suggested, “I’m sure you won’t be able to find me” she added sneakily knowing the challenge would make me want to play. I agreed and started to count to ten while she ran off to hide. After counting, I began to hunt. I checked her usual hiding places; under the table, behind the chairs, in the toilet but there was no sign of her. I went into our bedroom to check under the bed and as I passed by the wardrobe, I heard a low chuckle. “I’ve got you now” I thought, smiling to myself. I went to the wardrobe door and pulled hard on it but to my dismay it wouldn’t budge. The door had been faulty and known to have issues with the lock. I pushed, pulled and banged but it didn’t open. My sister who was trapped inside realized her predicament and began to cry and scream, I was crying too because there was no grown up to help us open the jammed door. After trying in vain for a few minutes, I ran out onto the street in the pouring rain to look for our house help. She called a guy who lived down the street and he was able to break down the door and free my sister. She came out all sweaty and scared, I’ll never forget how frightened she looked. When our parents got home and heard the story, they quickly arranged for the door to be fixed the next day. I’m very sure if we had an #emilinks door, my sister would have been spared the scary experience. Make sure you get an #emilinks door for your wardrobes because you don’t know what your kids could get up to. Be safe. #mydoorstory #day16 #emilinks

  81. Onoselisha

    August 23, 2016 at 3:57 pm

    Once upon a time, I had door that led to the kitchen in the apartment I was residing when I was still a kid. Although the door does not have a lock, I can’t just go into the kitchen without obtaining a licence from my mother. “Why?”, You may ask. This door, despite it’s poor quality and it’s loathsomeness, had an alarm system! While opening or closing the door, it makes a very loud creaking, and groaning sound that can wake the whole neighborhood from sleep. Due to the nature of this door I never had a chance of going for a second round of food when I’m not satisfied. And now as an adult, I don’t have a testimony of having a successful invasive attack on my mother’s pot of soup which could have led to the automatic dismissal of some pieces of meat. Please don’t give me that look. You tried doing the same to your mother’s pot of soup too. If you didn’t, it means your mother is not a good cook.

    To me, the door was very bad. But to my mother the door was her saviour. If it’s now, I will tell how to go and get Emilinks alarm doors it could have been better.

    The identity of a house is on its on the door. I don’t care if you have a house plated with gold and laid on silver. I don’t care if you say the house is comfort personified. If you don’t have a door you can’t live inside it and if you don’t have Emilinks doors it means the gold and silver are counterfeit and the comfort is still in it’s subconscious state waiting for physical manifestation.

    Lastly, if you want to know a man that has value on his property, check the man’s door and if you have seen a man with a stylish and well designed door, look closely the door must be Emilink’s.

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day 16

  82. JOY

    August 23, 2016 at 4:13 pm

    My boss was in my neighborhood and stopped by my house. I have been praying for a promotion at work for months now so imagine how excited I was to host him and leave an indelible impression. He is an Urhobo man who loves food, thankfully I had spicy Banga soup with lots of periwinkle accompanied with starch…as I walked down to the kitchen to get the meal, I remembered we didn’t have gas. My sister had taken the cylinder for a refill but there was light so I quickly utilized the microwave oven to reheat the meal.
    My kitchen door is good but not great, we always had to use a carton of noodles or a grinding stone to get it firmly shut especially when my little nephew is around: he is at the curious stage where he touches anything and everything. Fully convinced that the door was shut whilst the microwave worked, I settled in on the couch with my oga gisting. About 10 minutes later, In true Nigerian fashion, the power went out I wasn’t perturbed cos I knew by that time my Banga soup will be steamy and ready though I wondered why the aroma had not filled the house yet. Getting to the kitchen, I saw the unexpected: the door was open, the carton of noodles lying defeated on the ground and my nephew standing by the microwave switch with an excited glint in his eyes…he had forced the door open and turned off the switch, so all this time my meal was wasn’t getting warm. I couldn’t scream! I rushed to the microwave, opened it and my precious banga soup was still cold. My oga was disappointed, he left without touching the orobo pepsi I presented to compensate him. I hope I still get the promotion because I need all the money I can get to buy a really good #Emilinks door and keep my wandering nephew at bay. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day16

  83. chioma

    August 23, 2016 at 4:14 pm

    2014 was the year, we had only lived in this house for like 5 months, like you know how fresh everything usually is, the paint, the mirrors, doors, everything was just lush and on point, Dad had spent a good amount of money paying the vendors who carried out the furnishing of the house, this was our very first house, finally our own house, our joy knew no bound. I for one i’m very particular about my room, cause for me its kind of like my own little sanctuary. Now on first sighting, the room looked really nice to me, and I loved everything and absolutely couldn’t wait to put in my stuff and upload pictures online for my friends to see. Now on this particular day I was taking a picture before church as we were about to leave for church and BOOM! the wardrobe door comes crashing alongside the mirror on it; like till this day I absolutely cant believe it, for heaven’s sake everything in this house was new. Dad was devastated, for the first time ever in my life, I witnessed firsthand how catastrophic Inferior goods can be. A colleague of my dad’s at work suggested we try the Nigerian Brand door #Emilinks ( my first time hearing that), after much persistence, my dad who is usually skeptical about Nigerian Brands however went ahead and replaced our wardrobe with #Emilinks. it has been 2 yrs of this wonderful journey with #Emilinks and I have absolutely no regrets, like looking at it everyday just gives me so much joy.
    Thank God Dad currently plans on changing all the doors in the house to #Emilinks some tome next year, of course on my insistence.
    Thank You #Emilinks for defying all odds and producing real quality doors and furniture, may you continue to soar higher. Oshe oooo!!!!!!
    #MYDOORSTORY #EMILINKS #DAY 15

  84. Chidinma Nwosu

    August 23, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    # Emilinks ‪#‎My‬ Door Story # Day 16
    One of the nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating. The Aroma that comes when I open my kitchen door when am done with my cooking not only makes my family excited, salivating and expectant of what they are going to see on the dinning table but also creates an unending joy in my heart and it makes me to always give them the best and healthiest food ever. Thanks#‎Emilinks‬ #Bellanaija#

  85. Emebo Stephanie

    August 23, 2016 at 5:35 pm

    Awake in a place bereft of recognition i frantically search for a way out Where is the exit?How did i get here? The darkness grips me instilling fear, what figure is that i see? With aid of my hands i vigorously search through the darkness hitting only brick walls until I locate a handle. Could this be it? I turn the handle in anticipation of either good or bad. Light illuminates through the door, the door my way out, the door my escape route.Amidst this i am struck by the beautiful design and finish work, a smile slowly forms on my lips, a door by emilinks has paved the way for me. #mydoorstory #emilinks #Day 16

  86. Onyechi E.

    August 23, 2016 at 5:50 pm

    #EMILINKS
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day16

    My #ThrowBackStory goes to an unforgettable & equally learning expereience as regards my old wardrope(&using a portion of my bed for my cloth/outfits – stocking); before a friend introduced me to the better door fitted, spacious & quality #Emilinks brand.

    On this very day, as i wore an outfit to a wedding – about four fierce looking heavy cockroaches suddenly escaped swiftly/jumped out of my shirt pocket&suit (it’s obvious they’re all hidden under my outfits&equally joined me from my bad wardrope in my room to the wedding)…CHAI, SEE ME SEE WAHALA; the mockery i got from pals (people around) was quite disheartening – they were even clapping for me & even stated to get drinks for our incredible guests – Lol!

    Secondly, the other episode (within same period then) was those tiny ant-cloth hit-biting my buttocks (a k a my bum bum) via my worn trousers, thus i swerved ran off the road, ran into the bush, pulled off & threw away the damn trousers & my brief, cos of the pain & target (hope you got that?)…my pals thought i’m on nollywood movie shooting without a producer/camera & fellow crew. We call those ant-cloth the CHIMCHIM ant (in the southeast); pls don’t ever wish to encounter such tiny invicible creatures. Furthermore, do you even know i unknowingly wore a cloth with white patches/fungal linings one late evening to a date; well – with very first impression into cognizance, no further comment – my lips sealed (chai, which kind thing be all these…i don enter yawa).

    Afterwards & quickly, with getting to know the very good #Emilinks wardrope brand i never hesitated to proclaim –
    “WHERE AT THOU #EMILINKS….NO RETREAT, I SURRENDER”
    (Trust me, i no fit carry last, i bought & grabbed my own quickly replaced the former joor – who no like better thing)

    Quite a while just now, i do enjoy benefits as listed below of having a quality wardrope, thus

    – creating space & equally beautifing MY DEAR MINI ROOM

    – changing my entire perspective, have more options/versatile to create, stock outfits with it & have numerous advantages of an organized spacious wardrope

    – my clothes, all fabrics smells, feels/looks better anytime/whenever, with elegance & fits my body so well (when worn). I’m now incharge during meetings & dates quite unlike before (winks)

    – I can travel, stay away for months, return & still grab an outfit & step out without qualms

    – making me love actually what i own (no matter the qty); looking in my room, my closet & see my wardrope as an investment, a work of art & simply an expression of who i am (just because of proudly #EMILINKS)

    – my clothing hangs better & when worn, i love what i own cos appearance matters & those my pals even followed suit for #EMILINKS brand & now call me “IGWE”!!!

  87. callista

    August 23, 2016 at 5:52 pm

    #EMILINK #doorstory #day16
    Living in a two room with 5 sibling sharing a room. Mum is a pretty trader. I Just gained admission into the tertiary institution . Dad just lost his JOB, he use to work in a construction in ph; his lost of job is due to the that he developed PROSTATE ENLARGEMENT and couldn’t make use of the toilet. times where hard no dOubt, the work of a breadwinner lies squarely on mum the expensEs where more the income was less. I was able to secure a space in the school hostel and made new friends. During a short semester break I went to visit my friends family house their live in a duplex. Sometime caught my eyes in her bedroom it was her well polished wardrobe even since then it has been on my mind earlier this year things changed for my family .dad went for SURGERY and it was SUCCESSFUL he has been called back by this company btw a space of two years we have move to a fourbedroom FLAT. With me and my younger sister sharing a room. My birthday was may and I was asked to make by my dad what I wanted for birthday actually this was the firsttime I have been asked to make a wish with the wardrobe still on my mind I called my friend to ask ha the name of ha wardrobe she said EMILINK and I told dad. After my birthday I went back to school not long my eldest brother called to me my dad have gotten the wardrobe for me that was the happiest day of my life as far as I can remember I couldn’t just wait to go home few day later mum fell ill when I visited home .lo my room has change it was just perfect with my room being the most attractive.I also overheard my mum telling my dad to get her one. Its just EMILINK# I wish I can a picture of me and my wardrobe ryt now so bad am in school. Thanks EMILINK#

  88. MICHEAL

    August 23, 2016 at 5:52 pm

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks Day 15
    For my NYSC I was posted away from home and so i had to get an apartment. Initially, i was staying with a friend pending the time i found a place. A couple of blocks down was a major bakery that sold freshly baked pastries. the bakery was on the ground floor of a 2 storey building& the floor right above was a club. i had never been to the bakery but every time i passed by, the aroma of the bread and the croissants were just out of this world. i would usually wonder, how the bakery would fare at night with all the noise from the club. One Friday evening, they were going to make porridge beans for dinner so i was sent to get bread from the bakery. there was a queue and i joined. the club was launching a new drink as the poster at the entrance stated. it was about time the program started so i was expecting to hear loud music and noise of people having a good time but to my dismay i heard nothing. i got to the counter and i had to doublecheck with the cashier if the club right above was the one on the poster. She then told me the doors were SOUNDPROOF and were from #Emilinks so the noise never disturbed them. I was really impressed. i made sure i got emilinks doors for my apartment too.

  89. callista

    August 23, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    Emilink #door story #day16
    GOOD KITCHEN DOOR “lessen hOme accident” PROMOTE GOOD HEALTH ;;;HEALTH IS WEALTH::
    Lets go for emilink let go for wealth.

  90. callista

    August 23, 2016 at 6:29 pm

    Emilink #door story #day16
    I wish above all that you PROSPER and be in GOOD HEALTH.
    HEALTH BEGINS iN THE kITCHEN
    Let use #emilinks and promote health avoiding injuries for our BABIES and boost their IMMUNE SYSTEM.

  91. ify.o

    August 23, 2016 at 6:35 pm

    #Emilinks#bellanaija#my door story day 16.
    A good wardrobe saves you from the embarrasment of cockroach eggs.
    I went on a date with my new boyfriend in one of the most expensive restraunts in lagos.it was the first time we met after a long while of communicating through the mobile phone.
    I wore my best gown, a heely sandals and a purse, looking as beautiful as alwys to entice my boyfriend, sure he did compliment on seeing me.
    We became more excited and chatty,sipping our drinks too.
    Few minutes later he said “bae whats that on your dress?” Pointing towards my shoulder.I lookedd to see what was there, Behold a “dark brown cockroach egg” was on my Cinderella dress ,i excused my self, went into the ladys to clean off d mess.I felt so shy and embarassed to face him, what will he think of me now, being the first time we met and he noticed that.
    If only my wadrobe could close properly or made of well polished materials like that of emilinks, This silly cockroach wouldnt have gained acess to my wadrobe to the extent of laying eggs on my cloth and I could have been saved from this embarassment.
    I changed my wadrobe to that of emilinks, which closed properly leaving no space or holes for cockroaches and that was the end of cockroaches and its eggs in my wadrobe.All tnks to Emilink wadrobes.

  92. callista

    August 23, 2016 at 6:36 pm

    If no be emilinks kitchen door e no if be like emilinks
    #emilinks#door story#day16
    Na you be baba

  93. Olateju Ifeoluwa

    August 23, 2016 at 7:03 pm

    On February 16 2015, I woke up with so much joy because I just got a job after waiting ten years to get a good one. so I quickly got out of bed, took my bath and got back into my room to bring out my well ironed blue fitted shirt, black skirt and a blazer from my wardrobe. well I tried to open the wardrobe with little or no strength as I used to do but it no, my wardrobe wasn’t gonna open easily that day. I then tried harder because I was already beginning to feel uneasy but it still didn’t open. Oh no! why today of all days. I have to get my cloth out of here so I called my brother who also tried to no avail. By then I had started crying because I was beginning to run late. In the end, my brother had to break the wardrobe because I could not afford to loose a job I just got because of a bad wardrobe. So I got my cloth, dressed up and went to work. Unfortunately, I got to work late on my first day of resumption and I was told that day’s salary will be deducted from my salary as it is contained in their rules that was after I had been tongue lashed by the HR manager. I felt bad but I was still excited that I didn’t loose my job. By the time my salary came in at the end of the month, I had to replace my wardrobe with Emilinks wardrobe. Meanwhile, I had to leave my wardrobe open with a big table placed in front of the wardrobe door so it wont close till the end of the month. Thanks Emilinks because i’ve not had any torture from my wardrobe since I changed it. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 16

  94. Vicky

    August 23, 2016 at 8:24 pm

    Day 16
    #Emlinks #My Door Story
    Back then,we had this concept of ‘house’ and ‘home’. It was ‘house’ whenever mum was not around. Whenever she was around, it automatically transformed to a ‘home’- the best part being the kitchen. She always had something for everyone to eat,even those who made impromptu visits.
    I recall those days when I came visiting from the University,I would pause before the emlinks door that leads to the kitchen,a smile playing on my lips,for I knew it held a lot of goodies for me on the other side. Mum never disappointed. “Food first”, she would always say. Those were some of the best moments of my life – happy moments with loved ones and good food.
    Today,everyone is all gone- marriage,school,youth service-and mum has relocated to the Village.
    I visit,and what I meet is the ‘house’. Silence all around me.
    As I pause by the kitchen door, I lean against it. The good old kitchen door. Memories flood my mind. Indeed, the ‘home’ has become a ‘house’ and for the very first time, I turn away without opening the door.
    As I walk away, my phone rings. Its Mum..
    I smile and just then I realize that home is where my heart is.

  95. Ifunanya

    August 23, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    Day 16 #emilinks #mydoorstory. If the saying is true that a lady’s bedroom is her sanctuary,then the wardrobe is her altar! It accommodates everything she holds sacred within. A lady’s wardrobe is a total reflection of who she is, from the magnificent, exquisite exterior to the breath taking beauty within. Ladies,do all you can within your might to get an Emilinks wardrobe, it totally redefines your personality with class. Thank you Emilinks for making me stand out in the crowd. Emilinks magnifique!

  96. Owameyeh

    August 23, 2016 at 8:58 pm

    Miss un-organized was my nick-name in school because of how my clothings and stuff were always scattered. You cannot blame me though afterall i never had a fancy cubicle or wardrobe as my friends had. My un-organization continued for a very long time until i was able to get a wardrobe.
    I was really excited about this afterall I could be like my friends who had fancy cubicles and wardrobes. Well, mine was so beautiful and cheeky with different compactments and it made me more organized. Emilinks wardrobe is the way!
    Day 16
    Emilinks
    My doorstory

  97. Adesanya Ahmed

    August 23, 2016 at 9:06 pm

    My version of the song “READY” by Adekunle Gold for “EMILINKS DOORS”
    #Day 16
    E bami wa door mi o
    emi naa fe buy o
    mofé buy o
    I want to buy o
    Am looking & searching
    I want to pay o
    mo ti ready o o
    I need a door oh

    Wan ni kin shi website
    to Emilinks Doors
    mo n bawòn soro
    them say make I come warehouse
    Bella naija e calm down
    I hear say you know Emilinks
    na so so post post
    on your wall everyday o

    There is a door for every house
    a finish for every home
    sebi naso naso dem talk e o
    nibo ni temí wa o

    There is a door for every house (ah ah ah)
    a finish for every home (ah ah ah)
    naso naso dem talk e o
    nibo ni temí wa o

    E bami wa door mi o
    emi naa fe buy o
    mofé buy o
    I want to buy o
    Am looking & searching
    I want to pay o
    mo ti ready o o
    I need a door o
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  98. Skinnybrownie

    August 23, 2016 at 10:55 pm

    Good job

  99. Onyechi E.

    August 24, 2016 at 1:03 am

    #EMILINKS
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day16

    My story of about couple of years back was an unforgettable & equally learning experience as regards my old wardrope(&using a portion of my bed for my cloth/outfits – stocking); before a friend introduced me to the better door fitted, spacious & quality #Emilinks brand.

    On this very day, as i wore an outfit to a wedding – about four fierce looking heavy cockroaches suddenly escaped swiftly/jumped out of my shirt pocket&suit, everywhere, OMG (it’s obvious they were all hidden & stuck under my outfits&equally joined me from my bad wardrope (in my room) to the wedding…CHAI, SEE ME SEE WAHALA; the scene mockery i got from pals (people around) was quite disheartening – they were even clapping for me & even stated, suggesting gettinh drinks for our incredible new guests – Lol!

    Afterwards, i equally encountered those tiny (quite invicible) ANT-cloth hit-biting my buttocks (a k a my bum bum) on transit via my worn trousers, thus i swerved ran off the road, ran into the bush, pulled off & threw away the damn trousers & my brief, cos of the pain & target (hope you got that?)…my pals thought i’m on nollywood movie shooting without a producer/camera & fellow actors’ crew. We call those ant-cloth the CHIMCHIM ant (in the southeast); pls don’t ever wish to encounter such tiny invicible creatures. Furthermore, do you even know i unknowingly wore a cloth with white patches/fungal linings one late evening to a date; well – with very first impression into cognizance, no further comments – my lips sealed (chai, which kind thing be all these…i don enter & dey always enter yawa for not having a good wardrope at home).

    Afterwards & quickly, i resolved with getting to know the very good #Emilinks wardrope brand i never hesitated to proclaim –
    “WHERE AT THOU #EMILINKS….NO RETREAT, I SURRENDER”
    (Trust me, i no fit carry last, i bought & grabbed my own quickly replaced the former joor – who no like better thing)

    Quite a while just now, i do enjoy benefits as listed below of having a quality wardrope, thus

    – creating space & equally beautying MY DEAR MINI ROOM

    – changing my entire perspective, have more options/versatile to create, stock outfits with it & have numerous advantages of an organized spacious wardrope with proper ventilation for my garments/clothes

    – my clothes, all fabrics smells, feels/looks better anytime/whenever, with elegance & fits my body so well (when worn). I’m now incharge (with style) during meetings, outings & dates quite unlike before (winks)

    – I can travel, stay away for months, return & still grab an outfit & step out without qualms

    – making me love actually what i own (no matter the qty); looking in my room, my closet & see my wardrope as an investment, a work of art & simply an expression of who i am (in terms of nature of super authentic wood & elements used in production, spacious & quality make, robust & solid door fittings associated with the #EMILINKS brand

    – my clothing hangs better & when worn, i love what i own cos appearance matters & those my pals even kept following suit for the #EMILINKS brand & now call me “IGWE”!!!

    Thus i keep saying
    #EMILINKS carry go!!!

  100. Madza simon

    August 24, 2016 at 3:29 am

    My door, my route, I pass there everyday to to go and to return, I shut my door to feel protected, if only my door is shut forever at me, then I will feel jailed, isolated, the opening and closing of my door has been a routine that as well has brought me favours, and disappointments. My security attached partially to how solid my door is, it is said, knock and it shall be open unto you. My door atimes it’s the only thing standing between time and where I desire to be.
    But it will pass that #Emilinks doors will someday be part of my journey,#mydoorstory.

  101. Adesanya Ahmed

    August 24, 2016 at 6:59 am

    E bami wa door mi o
    emi naa fe buy o
    mofé buy o
    I want to buy o
    Am looking & searching
    I want to pay o
    I don ready o o
    I need a door oh

    Dem say make I open website
    to Emilinks Doors
    I dey follow them talk
    them say make I come warehouse
    Bella naija e calm down
    I hear say you know Emilinks
    na so so post post on your wall everyday o

    There is a door for every house
    a finish for every home
    sebi naso naso dem talk e o
    nibo ni temí wa o

    There is a door for every house (ah ah ah)
    a finish for every home (ah ah ah)
    naso naso dem talk e o
    nibo ni temí wa o

    E bami wa door mi o
    emi naa fe buy o
    mofé buy o
    I want to buy o
    Am looking & searching
    I want to pay o
    mo ti ready o o
    I need a door o
    #Day 16 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  102. osumah silas

    August 24, 2016 at 10:51 am

    my #emilink door story#
    wow….#emilink door has been a revelation to both me,my entire family and neighbourhoods.
    I live in a swampy area where the depth and durability of your quality property are always tested during the rainy season and so it was a normal routine that we would always moved all our valuables and important properties to a different neighbourhood (my uncle’s place) so that the water droplets from our roof and door doesn’t destroy them.
    wow!!….but this year we received a miracle! all thanks to #emilink door# and roofing sheets, it has proven it’s functionality and durability by resisting and providing a good coverage from water and no more packing necessary and my parents waisted little time in recommending it to her friends and near by neighbours to door away with their bad door and go for emilink door to erase every fear of packing whenever it rains…wow
    go for #emilink door# it’s the best and worry no more.#day 16 emilink door story

  103. Basma

    August 25, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    @EmilinksNG Everyone has a story,I tell mine from my kitchen.
    Just opening the kitchen door explains the taste of the food..
    Thanks #EmilinksNG
    Thanks#bellanaija
    #day18

  104. Akpevwe A.

    August 28, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day-21

    In Nigeria of today, things are hard o !
    There is serious hunger and poverty!!
    Just imagine!!!
    A guy called Linus slept very hungry and saw bread in his dream, he took it and ate it while still in his dream.
    After he finished eating it, he saw coconut and decided to eat it too, but, he didn’t see a knife to cut it.
    So, he decided to use his teeth, only for him to receive a dirty slap from his elder brother, called Edward.
    Edward screamed at Linus, saying – ” u don finish pillow…., now, na my head u dey chew.., Linus u be witch?”
    immediately, Edward dashed into the kitchen and locked the door. That was where he spent the remaining part of the night.
    Thanks to Emilinks door! it did the protection work!!

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