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Meet the Lucky Day 18 Winners of the EMILINKS N3,000,000 Giveaway! Be 1 of 10 Nigerians to WIN N10,000 Each Day #Emilinks #MyDoorStory – Day 19

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The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,000,000 Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 18 days, 10 lucky people have gotten N10,000 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 doors in your home, we want to hear about the Good Kitchens (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 11 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 kitchen or a good wardrobe
  • Share a story about the importance of having good kitchens 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

Post on BN:

1) Nnika -Last year was a tough time for us in Nigeria, a whole lot of diseases visited, starting from Ebola to the lassa fever. When the lassa fever came on onboard, my neighbours bore it with the same skeptical outlook with which they view majority of the occurrences around us, till we heard of deaths in Ogun state and some cases of lassa fever in Lagos.
The awareness became very frequent on radio and television, and the next thing I saw was that this fateful morning I woke up to noises of my neighbors, and on coming out I saw them packing out foodstuffs to dispose because they had been contaminated by rats and rodents. I just smiled within me and and thought that if not for my Emilinks doors, kitchen cabinets and wardrobe I would also be in this position at a critical period of economic recession like this.
Some of my neighbors unable to hold it came to meet me to dispose of all my contaminated foodstuffs, because they heard that lassa fever was contagious and were scared of contacting it. I told them non of my stuff was contaminated but they did not believe me, till I ushered them into my kitchen and showed them my foodstuffs neatly arranged and unsoiled, with my cabinet still full to the brim with food materials. They were also surprised when I told them that rats don’t disturb me, and I used the opportunity to preach about Emilinks doors and wardrobe to them. Now three of them have gotten their own Emilinks doors, cabinets and wardrobes, and have no need to fear rats, rodents, insects and lassa fever infection again. They too have turned ambassadors of Emilinks preaching the quality and advantages of its products to all and sundry.
#Emilinks, protecting lives and properties.
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18

Nnika

2) Segzy – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 18

My mom’s sisters paid my wife and i an unexpected visit recently. Since my mom passed on, they had assumed her role to my chagrin. “Ken it’s like you people have changed your wardrobe”, Aunty Vivian said with disappointment, as she came out of our bedroom. I gritted my teeth in annoyance. Whenever they came, they would walk into any of the cupboards and wardrobe, and take whatever they like. The last time I tried to stop them, they had made life miserable for my wife, when we went to the village for Christmas. “Yes ma we changed our wardrobes and doors to Emilinks”. I said politely. No one could open our wardrobes without our permission again. “Our in law we want fisherman’s soup today,” Aunty Mercy said, addressing my wife. My heart sank. After a series of miscarriages, my wife was once again pregnant, and we were trying to keep the news to ourselves. However the smell of fish or strong odours makes her throw up and that would give away our news.

Locking the kitchen door firmly, thank God we changed it to Emilinks, I turned to my wife and asked her to write down how to cook the stew. Against her protests, I made her stand outside the exit door in the kitchen away from the aroma, while she supervised my cooking. My aunties were not even aware that I was the one doing the cooking as the kitchen door blocked out our voices. Once I was done, I left my wife to serve the food, while I took the exit door and went in through the front door, pretending I was at a neighbour’s. Complimenting my wife, they ate the food and left soon after. But the joy on my wife’s face at avoiding another family drama, was worth every penny i spent changing our doors and wardrobes to Emilinks!

Segzy

Twitter:

3) @SanDeniys – A wardrobe is lyk a Vault where ur valuable items ar kept safe #Emilinks @bellanaija @EmilinksNG #MyDoorStory #Day18

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4) ‏@Djohnny22 – Closed 4rm work, 1st point of call is d kitchen door. @bellanaija @EmilinksNG #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

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Facebook:

5) Rukayat O. – #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory#Day19
Children are wonderful blessing from God… Its amazing watching them grow from day one to weeks, weeks to Months and Months to years. Do you know keeping babies can be so provoking, disturbing and stressful if you don’t organize your apartment with reliable Furniture from #Emilinks#.

When I had my first daughter, her growing up was cool, easy and less stressful. I never appreciated the importance of having a good, durable kitchen door, wardrobe and cabinet from a worldwide supplier like #Emilinks# until I had my second son. We call him Soldier, because of how difficult he is to handle.

Most times when he finds his way into the kitchen, there is no doubt that, the kitchen can never be the same. I think, kids like him find pleasure in scattering things for fun. He laughs, jubilates and happy whenever he plays with your valuables. He messes them up, littered the whole places while catching his fun.

Today, the story is no longer the same… I can now sleep and be rest minded even when am sure my boy is already at the kitchen. The only secret behind this, is using beautiful durable products such as doors, beds, kitchen doors and cabinet from global manufacturer of world-class finishing and furnishing like #EMILINKS#

Are your children littering your home? Don’t beat them…USE EMILINKS PRODUCTS TO ORGANIZE YOUR APARTMENT.

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6) Geraldine A. – Day18
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory
As a career woman,a wife and a mother I will say emilinks wardrobe has and is still of great advantage to me and my family.you and I know that is not easy sorting children’s clothes,your husbands clothes not to even talk of yours.But making use of emilinks wardrobe makes it easier,faster and more convenient.
As you can see in the picture I am dressed in a native attire for a function.guess what!!!! I dressed well and fast. I was also punctual for the occasion all thanks to emilinks wardrobe.i was able to achieve this goal cause my clothes are arranged neatly and nicely for all occasions.there are different space and arrangement for it.
That’s how emilinks roll. Thanks

Geraldine

7) Adebola S. – #MyDoorStory
There’s no competition with grandma’s food.
Grandma can do some pretty amazing things like cooking.
Whenever it’s time for eid-el-kabir (salah) am always happy. Can you guess?
Am over excited because of my grandma’s delicious Lafun or White Amala(cassava flour) and Gbure Oloboro (Water leaf soup) garnished with egusi,fish,pomo and meat. I cherished all foods prepared by my grandma because it’s prepared in the best kitchen and behind the best and secured Emilinks door. #Emilinks #bellanaija #Day18 #Emilinks #OmoEgba #OmoLisabi

Adebola

Instagram:

8) @pauleze1 – Last week, my uncle visited me of which i welcome him, we interacted & shard some ideas,
He suddenly changed his view of direction towards my wardrobe, he look at my wardrobe for quit some minuets, at this moment i was like ‘ uncle what’s the problem?
He shake his head & began to narrate his past bad experience about his wardrobe, he bought his wardrobe at a high cost which he thought will last… After 2 weeks his Wardrobe got damaged beyond repair.
After listening to his bad experiences about his wardrobe, i introduced #Emilinks To him, telling him to give Emilinks a try & i won’t regret ever patronising Emilinks because their products are affordable, durable & Confirm.
He later tried #emilinks
& Till date he has never experienced any difficulties. #Mydoorstory @bellanaijaonline

Paul Eze

9) @shuaibabdulmaleek – @bellanaijaonline 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 #Day18

Shuaib

10) @endyoflife – Day 18 #emilinks #mydoorstory , having a nice wardrobe is something one should always put in consideration when moving into a house, some wardrobes are so bad that they can give your cloths bad odour and equally stain your clothes, so when choosing a wardrobe make sure it is neat, I once had a wardrobe that collapses and it will end up either hitting you if you are close to it or when it collapses on your clothes it either stains, tears your clothes or damage your hanger,, so when thinking of a wardrobe, think about one that will give you comfort and you won’t have to suffer, think #emilinks they can provide you with just your desired wardrobe #Emilinks @bellanaijaonline

Endy

**Please note that one of the Facebook winners from Day 18 was disqualified for using someone else’s photo as her own. She has since been replaced by another person.

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111 Comments

  1. Okpis Benjamin

    August 26, 2016 at 11:07 am

    Day 19
    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 “I hope to add my 10,000 I win to the little savings I have to get an Emilinks door
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  2. Anita

    August 26, 2016 at 11:08 am

    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day19

  3. Anita

    August 26, 2016 at 11:09 am

    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day19.

  4. MICHEAL D

    August 26, 2016 at 11:12 am

    Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 19
    I think that the kitchen is the sanctuary of every home. You can be having a bad day and a walk into the right kitchen can just change the story. The kitchen door to my former apartment was a JAM DOOR which can only be opened from the inside because it led to the backyard. One too many times, the door would jam and it was a headache before the carpenter would come to rescue me. On a particular occasion, i invited a friend over for lunch just so i could impress her with my cooking. Fast forward to 20 minutes later, i was about to season my food when i discovered the salt jar was empty, whaaaaat?? I dashed out to send the security. My guest perceived the aroma and decided to go check what was sizzling. On hearing my footstep as i was coming back, she rushed out and accidentally kicked the stopper out of the way. The door clicked shut and there was no way we could open it from outside. My frustration was visible. This Door again?? I had to call a carpenter who helped with breaking the lock and he recommended #Emilinks. I knew i just had to change the door before frustration killed me. I replaced the door and believe, my peace of mind is intact, no more worry about getting stuck inside, no more headaches when i have people over. Emilinks has redefined the importance of good doors.

  5. Mary Dania

    August 26, 2016 at 11:13 am

    #Day 19
    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    In my home, we have changed the Wardrobes to our house for 3 consecutive times. We got so tried and I really felt pity on my parents because they kept on wasting money on wardrobes that are not durable and such money we could have used in doing something much more reasonable.
    With this burden in my heart I paid a visit to my neighbor Maman Aisha one evening without mincing a word to any member of my family.
    “Asalamalaikum” (peace be unto this house) I greeted.
    “Maman Aisha na zo da damuwa” (Maman Aisha I have some worries).
    “Haba mai ya faru“? (Really, what happen?)
    “Wardrobe din mu na bamu matsala, dan Allah Ina kuka siya naku, kuma wanna kampani ne“? (Our Wardrobes is a thing of concern to us, please where did you get yours and from which company?)
    That was how she took me into her room and showed me the new one her husband just bought again, in addition to the previous one.
    My dear readers that was how this nice neighbor of mine told me all I needed to know about #Emilinks product.
    Without hesitation, i ran home, told my Dad about it. He was like which one is #Emilinks again? I told him, its the reigning global manufacturer of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices etc.
    I convinced my Dad, that we should give it a try, we did and we never regretted it.
    No doubt we are now enjoying #Emilinks Wardrobe.
    Thanks to #Emilinks

  6. Abiodun

    August 26, 2016 at 11:14 am

    I was the big boy of the class. Always aloof and talking only to a handful of my classmates. I wore the finest clothes and the coolest shoes. But that was when I lived in my previous hostel. I moved into a different, cheaper, hostel when I got into my final year because I wanted to be close to school.

    There was a time when we had to do a small presentation in class. I read the material thoroughly; I was determined to do well. I got my already ironed shirt and trousers and was all set for the presentation. The presentation started early and it was my turn soon after it started. I talked on and on. I turned my back to the class to point at something on the board at a point and the whole class laughed. I thought they were laughing at the joke I made before turning. But I felt uneasy along the line: There were giggles and muffled laughter every time I turned that I decided I wouldn’t turn my back again. The uneasiness even affected my presentation negatively.

    The presentation ended and I walked up to one of my friends to ask why the whole class was laughing. This was amidst queer gazes from my classmates. “Omo, your rep don spoil o.” My heart almost jumped out of my chest. He took me to a secluded place and showed me, to my utter dismay, different ugly holes made at the back of my trouser. If it were a jean, it would have been passable as ripped, but, no, it was chinos material and I had a shirt and tie on top of it. “Rats!”, I screamed. “How on earth didn’t I see these?” I was deeply embarrassed.

    I got home dejected. I visited the hostel’s caretaker in a lot of fury, complaining about the bad wardrobe responsible for my plight. “I have never been this humiliated in my life!” “This never occurred where I came from and I stayed there for three years. Three months in your hostel and I’m already miserable”, I ranted. “Get an Emilinks wardrobe for my room as soon as possible. Else, be ready to refund my payment!”

    My wardrobe was changed to Emilinks and I was at peace throughout my stay in the hostel afterwards. But the stigma lingered. I learned that when it comes to wardrobes, compromise is deadly. It’s quality or nothing at all.

  7. Kemi

    August 26, 2016 at 11:15 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

  8. Richard C

    August 26, 2016 at 11:15 am

    Day19
    #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.

  9. Abiodun

    August 26, 2016 at 11:16 am

    I was the big boy of the class. Always aloof and talking only to a handful of my classmates. I wore the finest clothes and the coolest shoes. But that was when I lived in my previous hostel. I moved into a different, cheaper, hostel when I got into my final year because I wanted to be close to school.

    There was a time when we had to do a small presentation in class. I read the material thoroughly; I was determined to do well. I got my already ironed shirt and trousers and was all set for the presentation. The presentation started early and it was my turn soon after it started. I talked on and on. I turned my back to the class to point at something on the board at a point and the whole class laughed. I thought they were laughing at the joke I made before turning. But I felt uneasy along the line: There were giggles and muffled laughter every time I turned that I decided I wouldn’t turn my back again. The uneasiness even affected my presentation negatively.

    The presentation ended and I walked up to one of my friends to ask why the whole class was laughing. This was amidst queer gazes from my classmates. “Omo, your rep don spoil o.” My heart almost jumped out of my chest. He took me to a secluded place and showed me, to my utter dismay, different ugly holes made at the back of my trouser. If it were a jean, it would have been passable as ripped, but, no, it was chinos material and I had a shirt and tie on top of it. “Rats!”, I screamed. “How on earth didn’t I see these?” I was deeply embarrassed.

    I got home dejected. I visited the hostel’s caretaker in a lot of fury, complaining about the bad wardrobe responsible for my plight. “I have never been this humiliated in my life!” “This never occurred where I came from and I stayed there for three years. Three months in your hostel and I’m already miserable”, I ranted. “Get an Emilinks wardrobe for my room as soon as possible. Else, be ready to refund my payment!”

    My wardrobe was changed to Emilinks and I was at peace throughout my stay in the hostel afterwards. But the stigma lingered. I learned that when it comes to wardrobes, compromise is deadly. It’s quality or nothing at all.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  10. eniola Kareem

    August 26, 2016 at 11:16 am

    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 flex with Emilinks wardrobe .. You no know wetin you dey miss until you switch to EMILINKS wardrobe … WELCOME TO THE FAMILY OF EMILINKS FURNITURE . #MYDOORSTORY #EMILINKS Day 19

  11. Lawson U

    August 26, 2016 at 11:17 am

    My name is always invisible when they want to choose a winner on this page. I hope luck shines on me today. Fingers Crossed.

  12. Lawson U

    August 26, 2016 at 11:19 am

    I opened the door of my mother’s stand-alone wardrobe and let the smell of her wash over me. I loved having this one unspoiled part of her left just for me. I leaned forward, slipped my face in between the hanging silks and chiffons. Her scent was warm and possessive. If my idea of home had a smell, this would be it. Mother, Oh God, please. My face crumpled, and my knees gave out. I pitched forward into her hanging clothes, grabbing at her blouses and dresses, smelling of gardenias and dusk. I fell to the closet floor, pulling some with me. I toppled amongst her shoes; stinging eyes squeezed shut, mouth frozen open in a silent “O.” She was out there somewhere, her lifeless body, still and cold and she will never be coming home again. I curled my legs inside the wardrobe and pulled the door closed, shutting myself away with her memory. REST IN PEACE MOTHER #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 19

  13. Oluwabukola

    August 26, 2016 at 11:19 am

    A Wardrobe is like a doorway to person’s real self. A disorganized one depicts a disorganized person, a shaky and squirming one depicts an unstable person, however a beautiful and well organized one depicts an organized person. #Emilinks wardrobe depicts d later plus taste. With #Emilinks wardrobe, u r never sending d wrong message
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

  14. Anita

    August 26, 2016 at 11:21 am

    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day19.

  15. Anita

    August 26, 2016 at 11:22 am

    Day 19
    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day19

  16. Zizi

    August 26, 2016 at 11:26 am

    #MyDoorStory-Day 19
    Back then in secondary school we were haunted by giant rats because our wardrobe doors were old and dilapidated and so was an easy portal for rats and other pests. No matter how much we complained to the authority, they were never replaced. one Saturday morning I had a good laugh when Cynthia my close pal then dragged out her box from the wardrobe and found a big hole in it. We traced the hole into the box and found that her brand new untouched beverage has been eaten by the rat. It was funny for all of us but for Cynthia it wasn’t. I got to know how She felt when my own box was also eaten by a rat, and my plans of using my beautiful box up until the university was marred. The good thing is that I recently joined my school alumni and we decided to gift the school with beautiful sets of #Emilinks wardrobe doors and cupboards. This will prevent the current students from experiencing disturbances from rats and all other pest. #Emilinks all the way!

  17. Anita

    August 26, 2016 at 11:28 am

    #Day19

    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day19

  18. Ima

    August 26, 2016 at 11:28 am

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 19
    The importance of good quality kitchen can’t be over emphasised. Growing up I can say I have experienced the good, the bad and the ugly when it comes to kitchens.
    My late grandmother was one wonderful cook, in fact talking about her I can still taste my personal favourite Afang soup which she made with goat meat specially for me whenever I won a prize in Primary school but one thing I clearly remember is that my grand mother was the old school type, she used firewood to cook and insisted the firewood gave the food the secret ingredient lol and as a little girl I believed her so unconsciously I assumed no food was better than my grandma’s coz in my house we used gas and kerosene and our kitchen was indoors. Suddenly my Grandma fell ill and we found out from diagnosis that something called ‘free radicals’ which she inhaled from the smoke of her firewood added to her sickness. I felt bad, I wished there was something I could do to turn back time to ensure she cooked in a safer place. Well now am grown, I have my own kitchen fully furnished with Emilinks doors and finishings and my food is also great, even my goat meat Afang soup!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 19

  19. flames

    August 26, 2016 at 11:29 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day19
    Having a good and strong wardrobe cannot only save your clothes and make your room organised, it can also save your life. I went to visit my aunt who lives at Onitsha last year when armed robbers attacked their area. Apparently, these armed robbers have become notorious in the area for stealing and most of all raping as many young girls as they can find in each house they enter.
    Unfortunately, they came to my aunt’s house the day I was there. As they were banging on the door, I said every prayer I knew as I almost wet myself out of fear. Suddenly, my cousin came and dragged me and his sister who was around 15 years old then into the room and told us to get inside the wardrobe that he was going to lock us in. I didn’t even wait to be told twice and I jumped inside the wardrobe with my cousin and he locked us in.
    Long story short, the armed robbers got in and ransacked the house, took the little money they saw and left without seeing us. That wardrobe saved us from what would have been a lot of torture and pain. #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day19

  20. flames

    August 26, 2016 at 11:31 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day19
    Having a good and strong wardrobe cannot only save your clothes and make your room organised, it can also save your life. I went to visit my aunt who lives in Onitsha last year when armed robbers attacked their area. Apparently, these armed robbers have become notorious in the area for stealing and most of all raping as many young girls as they can find in each house they enter.
    Unfortunately, they came to my aunt’s house the day I was there. As they were banging on the door, I said every prayer I knew as I almost wet myself out of fear. Suddenly, my cousin came and dragged me and his sister who was around 15 years old then into the room and told us to get inside the wardrobe that he was going to lock us in. I didn’t even wait to be told twice and I jumped inside the wardrobe with my cousin and he locked us in.
    Long story short, the armed robbers got in and ransacked the house, took the little money they saw and left without seeing us. That wardrobe saved us from what would have been a lot of torture and pain. #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day19

  21. Anita

    August 26, 2016 at 11:31 am

    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day19 !

  22. Ademola Adelugba

    August 26, 2016 at 11:34 am

    Thank you for this thought on good kitchen. 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

  23. Joy Atuadi

    August 26, 2016 at 11:34 am

    Day19
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Like we all know without the heart the body cannot work so likewise without the kitchen a house is not yet complete.Few months ago I went to visit my aunt,she just came back from mecca and a party was organized for her.So a whole lot of persons came visiting both those that were invited and those that were not..The house was filled to the brim.All kinds of dishes were prepared.. Just think of any dish it was in the kitchen and the foodstuffs that was left were all in d kitchen,so the kitchen was closely monitored and I was in charge.The kitchen was located at the back of the house.I decided to go greet some visitors while coming back to the kitchen I saw a lady trying to open the kitchen door and I asked what she was looking for,she started mumbling and she left.After a while I left again and I locked the kitchen door but on coming back I saw this same woman but with a man this time trying to force my aunt’ kitchen door open..they were struggling. I didn’t go close to them but was smiling from afar..You might think that was silly but NO!I knew the kind of doors in the house,they are all Emilinks doors and I knew they couldn’t force that door open unless they used a bulldozer.I later walked straight to them and warned her critically that if she doesn’t leave the premises as at that very moment she’ll regret the day she was born because I was going to let the world know who she was..a THIEF!All she was saying was madam sorry and she hurriedly left.That was how our good Emilinks kitchen door saved me from hoodlums who called themselves neighbors. If it wasn’t for our good Emilinks kitchen door I would have been in deep trouble since I was placed in charge of the kitchen. All thanks to Emilinks.My Emilinks kitchen door saved the day.Thumbs up to Emilinks household furniture providers.

  24. Berry

    August 26, 2016 at 11:35 am

    I have never been this embarrassed in my life before.

    I stepped out to see a friend on Tuesday rocking a bodycon dress i bought a Month ago. Normally I would stop a cab in front of the house or a bike, but today I thought I looked smashing and felt I could take a walk down the road a bit before mounting one of the means of transport.

    As I walked, I noticed everyone walking ahead of me, turning back to look at me. Some smiled while some gave some frenzy look. I thought I was smashing and my ego just about got swollen as I sashayed down the road.

    More people overtook me, muttering words as they turned back. It was until two girls walked past me, shaking their heads and laughing as they turned back that I was like “nah something is wrong”. I turned to see a lady in a shop and quickly branched to pretend I was getting something. I politely pleaded with her to take a look at my back. She obliged and simply said, “my dear, you’re a mess, go home and change your dress”.

    I felt embarrassed that I couldn’t even stand to ask her how bad it was. She offered me a scarf to tie on my waist while I head back home. Even with the scarf tied to my waist, I felt like my skin is out there and the whole world was on top of me. I got home and immediately stripped off to take a look at the dress; there were about ten termite holes designed like a map right at the ass level. “How did I not notice this?” I asked myself.

    That was how I didn’t go to see my friend again. Later that day, I went back to return the lady’s scarf and told her how I didn’t notice termites had feasted on the dress I only bought a month ago. I noticed she’s into interior designs and materials so she took me inside her shop to show me the latest and best wardrobe in town. She convinced me to change my wardrobe to Emilinks brand and I’d never suffer from termites, ants, cockroaches and their likes again. I was convinced and I wasted no time ordering for it.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

  25. Joy Atuadi

    August 26, 2016 at 11:37 am

    Day19
    #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.

  26. kess kelvin

    August 26, 2016 at 11:38 am

    Day 19
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    It was exactly 6yrs since my mom died and my dad told us he was ready to take a new wife so I and my siblings could have a normal life like other teenagers our age. At first it was difficult but we adjusted, our new mom was lovable, sweet and caring… She provided us everything we needed, we had access to everything, the kitchen, the master bedroom, the store, anything… We figured she was letting us get everything, so we wud easily like her. Trust us na, Nigerian children, Lolzzzzz. We wud wait till she and my dad were asleep, then sneak into the kitchen and of course visit the pot of soup and stew… This continued for a quite a while until one day, my Dad got a new door installed at the kitchen… He was tired of hearing how meat grew legs and walked out of the kitchen! Guess wat, he got an Emilinks door! The door was impenetrable,no matter how much my elder brother tried his lock picking skills, we just couldn’t invade the kitchen.With a good door like Emilinks door, Meat can no longer walk out of the kitchen!

  27. Nnika

    August 26, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Wow, I won!… Guys keep on trying, it wasn’t easy, 9 days, more than 16 stories.
    @EmilinksNG @Bellanaija. Thanks so much, na Alert remain oo.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  28. Patience

    August 26, 2016 at 11:48 am

    #Day19
    #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 celophane. 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 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

  29. Blessing

    August 26, 2016 at 11:48 am

    #Day19
    #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.

  30. Abiodun

    August 26, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Day 19 #EmilinksNG #MyDoorStory
    Wardrobe is a very essential organization unit. Our clothes need storage, the way money is stored in the bank.

  31. Prestige

    August 26, 2016 at 11:50 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory.
    My mother told me a story that will ever remain fresh In my memory. Back then when she was a spinster she used to have a small restaurant in her village where she prepared all types of meals. A certain man in her village as at then was very hungry cos for a number of days he hasn’t tasted any solid or liquid food.
    Almost dying of hunger he searched every nook and cranny of his house gathered all the penny he had and sluggishly walked to a local shop to buy very small quantity of garri.
    After purchasing the garri he prepared it with hot water. My mother usually sold cooked food close to his abode. So he lifted up his eba and went straight to her kitchen that had an open opening where the aroma from her delicious dishes emanates and lowered his height.
    Guess what he did next???. Immediately he got there he sprang into action. What he did was that he would cut the eba in his palm, mould very well, inhaul the sweet aroma escaping from the kitchen and swallow.
    He continued this for a while without minding what would happen if my mom caught him. It was not a long time my mom unexpectedly walked to the rear of her kitchen to recover something and gbam!! She saw the man there.
    Instead of reprimanding him, she felt great pity for him, to him to go sit at her restaurant and served him a good meal.
    That’s the power of my mothers kitchen, good meal and the aroma that comes from her kitchen.

  32. Elochukwu

    August 26, 2016 at 11:55 am

    #Day19 . My name is Elo . Cleanliness
    they said is close to Godliness , one
    thing I cherish most is my appearance
    outside , I try as much as possible to
    keep my cloths in good order , well
    ironed , folded and hanged and in order
    to maintain this and to avoid coach
    roach to mess around with your clothes ,
    you need a better wardrobe especially
    one from Emilinks company . I always
    remember this popular quote from a
    wise man that stated thus ” Dress the
    way you want to be Addressed ” .
    Seriously , I must tell you this … the secret
    behind my success and happiness is the
    way I dress and that is because of the
    way my wardrobe keeps my clothes .
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    @bellanaijaonline

  33. Douglas

    August 26, 2016 at 11:56 am

    I never knew the importance of having a good kitchen door until I witnessed a shocking experience.

    I live in a suburb in Lagos where there are burglary stories of the past.

    Thousands of times, my buddy Emeka had advised me to change the doors to my kitchen that he wasn’t comfortable as it could be easily picked and I never know if armed robbers could come in through my kitchen or even have the door felled. I just always retorted that nothing of such will happen.

    There were several times I notice my pot of soup significantly going down when I am the only one in the house. Other times i go shopping, stock my freezer and in the morning, stuffs are missing and I just keep wondering. There was even a time I left over a very saucy grilled chicken laps I couldn’t finish at night. I woke up in the morning and all I found was a piece of bone. “Must be some rat” I thought.

    It wasn’t until one night I couldn’t sleep but left all the light off as I normally do. At about 3 am, I walked into the kitchen and I thought I saw huge dark figure in the kitchen…”Is that my grandfather’s ghost?” I queried myself as the figure stood still beside the fridge. I switched on the light , lo and behold my neighbour still standing like a statue with some items from my fridge. It was petty and I was shocked. He pleaded with me that it was hunger and I just couldn’t do nothing but let him go.

    I called Emeka in the morning and he personally ordered an Emilinks door and installed promising it is the best out there. Till today, I was unable to tell anyone in the compound and the so called neighbour couldn’t stand seeing my face again and he’s had to relocate.

    #Day 19 – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  34. Anane Josiah

    August 26, 2016 at 11:58 am

    When I was younger, I hated to go back to school
    shopping. Every year, as the calendar pages turned
    and Labor Day approached, I dreaded my mother’s
    announcement that we would be headed to the
    store to buy clothes for school. That always meant
    a trip to the nearest Sears for shirts and corduroy
    pants and then to Hanlon’s shoes for school
    shoes. Inevitably, it also meant stopping for school
    supplies and for every other thing that my Mom felt
    that our household needed. It was an all day affair
    and one that cruelly deprived me of one of the final
    days of summer. Even worse, because I was oddly
    sized for a child (very tall with oddly proportioned
    limbs — picture a giant praying mantis and will not
    be far off the mark), I had little say in what I could
    purchase. We got what the store had in my size.But One thing is that my wardrobe’s door was so bad so rats enter the wardrobe at anytime they want to but over the years I have learnt that a good wardrobe is absolutely essential for success so #Emilinks Doors is absolutely essential for success.. #MyDoorStory #Day19 #Emilinks @bellaNaija @bellaNaijaOnline

  35. Muhammad Adamu

    August 26, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    A Story Behind My WardrobeIt’s interesting how I look into my closet andobjectively all you can see is my ordinary clothes, but not the history behind it. Behindevery shirt, dress, jeans, or shoes there is a history and so much going on. However, these ordinary clothes play a very importantrole in my life. With the combinations that I get out of them, can always help and/or affect me in different situations. The way I use those garments sitting in my closet influence thousands of perspectives as I walk down the street and according to how I use each of them can build different thoughts in many minds that can be true or false about myself.As I looked into my closet and started to pull out the tags, I noticed that most of my clothes was made in China and other countries. Even though we might not have the same traditions and culture, we’re still connected in the sense that my clothes comes from their hands and creations. Also, although some of the countries like India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh follow a certain type of clothing, sometimes they might wear the ordinary outfit of a shirt and pair of jeans, like you can see here in America.Do you think about how people might categorize you before you dress every morning? A few years ago, when I started todress freely with my own style being that my parents didn’t influence so much my decisions, I noticed that it is very important to understand how people perceive you. If you don’t want to send out the wrong message about yourself or you don’t want somebody to think totally the opposite of your goal, then it is important that you knowhow are the people identifying you. That is the reason why so many people have issues trying to deliver a message by physical appearance and giving first impressions.To know how others see you can be very convenient and/or damaging, depending the situation. Therefore, we should all be aware and careful of the image that others have from us because it can affect our present and/or future. As of now, professionals have to always maintain an image about themselves and it must be a positive image. With this being said, having a good reputation can always give you a hand to receive better things. For example, you can be referred by someone to get a better position in a job just because that person sees you with positive eyes. Not only that, but if I ever become a professional, it is important that I maintain my appearance presentable as a neat, responsible and respected professional. Imagine you were a boss at a company anda professional woman with slappy dirty clothes comes in asking for a job. What would be your first impression? Would you give her the job? Does she presents herself as how you expect her to present the job? I don’t think so. . #emilinks #mydoorstory #day19

  36. Rita

    August 26, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    # EMILINKS # mydoorstory # Day 19
    Have you ever planned for something as if your life depended on it and all of a sudden it was about to crash? This was my feeling on 6th August 2016. It was my husbands birthday and the first we will celebrate as a couple. He went to Abuja for a seminar and was to return on the 6th with the evening flight. While we were dating, he told me he have never celebrated his birthday and I swore within me to do that for him. The 6th finally came, I had invited all his close friends for dinner. At around 1pm, I had a bang on the door, to my greatest shock, hubby came home early because the seminar ended earlier than scheduled. I was shocked, everything for the party was in the kitchen, I quickly ran into the kitchen, packed everything into my EMILINKS kitchen cabinet and locked it, hubby came in to meet me and of course I was smiling because EMILINKS just saved me, he didn’t find a trace and I wasn’t scared of rat or cockroach entering my food in the cabinet.
    At 8pm when his friends arrived and I started carrying out lots of things, he marveled and was shouting for joy, he told his friends that he have been at home but saw nothing. Everyone wanted to know how I did it, I took them to my kitchen and showed them my EMILINKS cabinet.
    Thanks EMILINKS for helping me be a good wife and fufiling the surprise party. I will surely use EMILINKS wardrobe when the kids start coming.
    #Emilinks….. The sure help

  37. Bunmi

    August 26, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    I won! I won! Ladies and Gentlemen, it’s for real.
    I don get alert, I don win! Thank you Emilinks.
    It took only two days. I won the second time I posted a story.

  38. Araromi Emmanuel

    August 26, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    It was a day to my matriculation day and all students of Obafemi Awolowo University were all readying themselves to outdo one another all in the name if Matirc.

    I had newly purchased a white blazer suit,a white pair of trousers and a pair of white shoes at the rate of Ten thousand naira with the plan of looking like a typical “Pastor Chris”.

    The D-day finally came and my crush rushed to my room smartly dressed reminding me that we barely had less than an hour before we would be called to append the matriculation oath.
    Elated to soon become a Great Ife student,I unlocked my wardrobe where I had kept my newly purchased clothes but much to my chagrin I met my white outfits stained with rat urine and saturated with faeces.

    Rats had perforated my wardrobe and had found their way to ruin my day of joy.
    I tried like a typical Nigerian to manage the clothes and so I posthaste ran to the venue but I was refused entry into the amphitheater by my dean who said I wasn’t properly dressed.

    I had no choice but to pay #10,000 penal fee since the oath was a criterion to become a bonafide student and I was denied entry .I do really regret seeing my mates in the Law school.
    My misfortune could have been preempted had I got a sturdy wardrobe of superior quality!
    The school management however has become more sensitive to the students pleas and have put in place sophisticated wardrobes to match the glory of the school which everyone believes it to have.
    I am sure emilinks must be a name that rings a bell . isn’t it? Now do you know emilinks scope of production is not limited to production of beautiful doors alone?
    Emilinks company produces beautiful strong doors, wardrobes, cabinets and so on. Exercise proper and judicious use of a limited time offer by purchasing an emilinks wardrobe created to suit your style. #mydoorstory #emilinks day 19

  39. Elis

    August 26, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day 19 #bellanaija
    We all knew Dan likes food especially chicken meat. Dan is my cousin and I invited him for my child’s church dedication. As usual, different delicacies will cooked. Rice, pounded yam, ofe onugbu and Abacha with lots of fried chicken meat and fish. All the foods were prepared and ready before the church service so that immediately we come back from church, the feast will begin. When we were ready to go to church, Dan refused to follow us and claimed he had stomach ache. Immediately, I heard this I asked my wife if they had locked the kitchen door because I know who my cousin Dan was. He can finish a basketful of chicken meat alone if given the opportunity. she immediately went and locked our kitchen door. I knew Dan can not open our new #Emilinks kitchen door no matter how hard he will try. When we came back, I saw and noticed that Dan wasn’t happy and looked at me maliciously. I smiled knowingly within me because I know I have played Dan. Immediately my wife checked the kitchen and all the foods were still intact. We had a memorable Celebration and everyone ate to their satisfaction.
    For peace of mind, go for #Emilinks premium quality door.

  40. Chiebonam Ani

    August 26, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    #Day19 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    To me my Kitchen is my engine room ,
    my mother call it room of life
    while my father call it power house
    and the rest off my siblings call it heart of the family,
    kitchen has become intimate part of me been the only daughter,
    My kitchen is nice place that portray a well tidy arena ,
    An adages said show me your friend and i will tell you the kind of whom you are,
    So therefore my kitchen is save from all kinds that can cause havoc to humans heath,
    It happened then, when my father has not yet completed his house,
    our kitchen then was so shocky with bad door raw food were unsave in the hands of rats and rodents, to an extent that i do feel frustrated each time my mother call me and tell me this what you will cook , But ever since we are now in our own personal house all was built to standard with a super standard door i may say ,my new kitchen door has prevented and saved me a lot from unwanted things and sill preventing and saving me, having a nice kitchen made me love to go to kitchen and prepared food for the family.

  41. Oreoluwa

    August 26, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    A good kitchen makes a woman’s life much easier. A good kitchen is one that has all the necessary cooking and cleaning utensils and if possible food processing machines that can quicken and ease the cooking process. E.g Electric Blender (instead of grinding stone), microwave oven (for fast warming of food). A good kitchen should be well ventilated for the health and well being of the cooks or anyone working in the kitchen. If the kitchen now has a good Emilinks door to keep rodents and pests out inspite of the sweet and inviting aromas emanating from there, that kitchen has gone from good to perfect. A home or even office without a kitchen or kitchenette is incomplete! # Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

  42. Odunayo

    August 26, 2016 at 12:12 pm

    I am a man and I love cooking. Yes, cooking is not the exclusive preserve of women. I will liken the kitchen to the palace of a king- there is the king’s throne- represented by the gas cooker that occupies a central place in the kitchen; there is the queen’s throne represented by the freezer which stores everything the king(gas cooker) creates; there are courtiers represented by the kitchen cupboards, also there are the king’s bodyguards, and palace guards represented by good quality kitchen doors. All kinds of people, great and small visit the palace of a king for various purposes; just like the kitchen which attracts various kinds of visitors from the person who cooks, to the one does the dishes, the one who shops foodstuff and arranges in the kitchen, to the person only interested in getting an early taste of the food that is cooking on the fire, and to the unwelcome visitors like flies and rodents who if allowed, will gain entry to the kitchen and contaminate the food, plus household members who come when no one is watching to eat pieces of meat and food beyond their fair share. The bodyguards and palace guards secure the king and the palace, even so the choice of Emilinks doors will guarantee safety of your food and kitchen valuables becasue Emilinks doors can be locked properly and cannot be penetrated by rodents.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

  43. Segzy

    August 26, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    Thank you Emilinks and bellanaija! I’m so happy to have won. #Emilinks is the best

  44. kelechi ohanu

    August 26, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    I’m really grateful for this one of a kind opportunity to appreciate the Emilinks brand for there commitment to quality. My neighbours son was recently saved by my emilinks wardrobe and I’ll tell u how. Being a very jovial person and playful person all the kids in my compound always come around me. Play in my house and all.. I enjoyed there company always. On this very occasion, my neighbours children were playing hide and seek in my house so I left them to enjoy themselves and took a stroll. On getting back, the whole place was in chaos as people were running out of my kitchen with buckets of water. I asked what happened and was told my neighbours children started a fire in my kitchen while playing. Fortunately the fire was put out after burning some few items. One of the boys got his fingers burnt a little but it wasn’t so severe. After the situation became calm, the mother of the children was running around confused looking for r one more child. Ah ah! In my small house hie could he be missing. Plenty scary thoughts ran through my mind. The thought that the smoke might have suffocated him somewhere he was hiding but where could that be. After thoroughly searching the house, I recalled I left my wardrobe door open but it was now shut on my return. On opening it, voila! There was the little boy smiling at me and shouting “you have caught me”. The wardrobe door had locked him in on closing it from inside. I was very happy and took him to his mum who knelt down in appreciation to God. It was indeed wonderful. Im really grateful to emilinks for their wonderful, strong, and affordable furniture.. Your the best!
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 19

  45. Mary Dania

    August 26, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    #Day 19
    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    In my home, we have changed the Wardrobes to our house for 3 consecutive times. We got so tried and I really felt pity on my parents because they kept on wasting money on wardrobes that are not durable and such money we could have used in doing something much more reasonable.
    With this burden in my heart I paid a visit to my neighbor Maman Aisha one evening without mincing a word to any member of my family.
    “Asalamalaikum” (peace be unto this house) I greeted.
    “Maman Aisha na zo da damuwa” (Maman Aisha I have some worries).
    “Haba mai ya faru“? (Really, what happen?)
    “Wardrobe din mu na bamu matsala, dan Allah Ina kuka siya naku, kuma wanna kampani ne“? (Our Wardrobes is a thing of concern to us, please where did you get yours and from which company?)
    That was how she took me into her room and showed me the new one her husband just bought again, in addition to the previous one.
    My dear readers that was how this nice neighbor of mine told me all I needed to know about #Emilinks product.
    Without hesitation, i ran home, told my Dad about it. He was like which one is #Emilinks again? I told him, its the reigning global manufacturer of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices etc.
    I convinced my Dad, that we should give it a try, we did and we never regretted it.
    No doubt
    Thanks to #Emilinks

  46. Prestige

    August 26, 2016 at 12:37 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory.
    My mother told me a story that will ever remain fresh In my memory. Back then when she was a spinster she used to have a small restaurant in her village where she prepared all types of meals. A certain man in her village as at then was very hungry cos for a number of days he hasn’t tasted any solid or liquid food.
    Almost dying of hunger he searched every nook and cranny of his house gathered all the penny he had and sluggishly walked to a local shop to buy very small quantity of garri.
    After purchasing the garri he prepared it with hot water. My mother usually sold cooked food close to his abode. So he lifted up his eba and went straight to her kitchen that had an open opening where the aroma from her delicious dishes emanates and lowered his height.
    Guess what he did next???. Immediately he got there he sprang into action. What he did was that he would cut the eba in his palm, mould very well, inhaul the sweet aroma escaping from the kitchen and swallow.
    He continued this for a while without minding what would happen if my mom caught him. It was not a long time my mom unexpectedly walked to the rear of her kitchen to recover something and gbam!! She saw the man there.
    Instead of reprimanding him, she felt great pity for him, to him to go sit at her restaurant and served him a good meal.
    That’s the power of my mothers kitchen, good meal and the aroma that comes from her kitchen..

  47. Bukola

    August 26, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    how many hours bfr my comment scales moderation

  48. Daniel O

    August 26, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    Day19
    Wow… .how come I didn’t know about Emilinks competition.A friend just invited me here to participate because she knew of the experience I had with a good wardrobe. About a year ago when I gained admission I decided to move into the school hostel but was afraid. I have been hearing various Theft situations and I didn’t wanted to be a victim. I decided to move in anyway. I was still in the first week when I came To the hostel one day And met my belongings scattered about..i felt angry and insecure at the same time. A friend heard what happened and paid me a visit, we had a conversation where he told me of his own situation and also told me of how he solved it by getting and Emilinks wardrobe installed in his room. Since then his belongings has been secured. I too took his advice and got a good Emilinks wardrobe and since then I haven’t lost even a pin from my belongings. A good wardrobe keeps your belongings secure. It also keeps you save. Secure your belongings now with Emilinks.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  49. Dominic Pius Sign

    August 26, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    When i grew up i discover that wardrobes in our house were looking very old, each time i complained to my parent about it and how the rooms were full of cockroach. My parent will say; call junior and make sure you chase the cockroaches away out of the wardrobes including the ones in the kitchen and tiding up everywhere. We were doing tht at least twice a week, to be precise Wednesday and Saturday.
    One Saturday morning i woke and i decided i was not going to do any domestic job so i took my hand bag and i went out of the house to go meet man who was coming around our house that time helping my dad to fix some of the spoilt things in the house i went and meet this man and told him how we were battling with cockroaches in our house, sometimes even enters our school bags. He insisted he was going to come and and flight the house, the wardrobes, the kitchen including the whole compound, i told him that was not what i came to look for.
    I came back i was very angry… I decided to look for how i could find a solution to that, i took my phone and o began to search the internet for wardrobes, doors etc. The #Emilinkdoors & #wardrobes. Pomp up on my phone with no wasting of time i then went ahead and read about #Emilinksfurniture and then immediately i ran to my dad and showed him insisted i should try and get in touch with #Emilinksfurniture without hesitating with him, and in two days our house that was a shrine cockroaches became a brand new home.
    Today we’re enjoying life in our home wth #Emilinksfurniture and life is becoming tough for cockroaches even Mosquito. I’m preaching to you out there to switch to #Emilinksfurniture and enjoy life today.
    #Emilinks, protecting #lives and #property.
    #Emilinks, #Mydoorstory #Day19

  50. Oladipo

    August 26, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    As a student of a secondary school in Iyana-Offa, Iwo, my wardrobe is my strongroom. In it I store my precious bucket of water during water scarcity, to hide it from borrowers who will beg you for one bowl each till the water is depleted, and also from tappers who will steal both bucket and water together. In my wardrobe, I keep my school uniforms, Sunday and sports wears, house wear, spare bed sheets, my shoes, some books, pocket money, my cutlery and plate, socks, bible, prayer robe, provisions, bathroom bag and much more. I always keep the bottom left corner of my wardrobe empty to use as a hiding place when a wicked senior starts looking for me or when I stab prep and the house master comes to search for defaulters. Lol. After my hook and eye with padlock was jacked a couple of times and my money stolen, I had the school carpenter affix an iron bar of life over my wardrobe door. I lock it with a large padlock and now it can only be opened by a thief that is willing to cut through iron. If school would have allowed me to bring in my private locker/wardrobe, I would have brought in an Emilinks one. A good wardrobe is so important. It will save you from having to be worried about safety of your property and goods. It will disappoint the tappers and can save you from being nabbed by seniors and housemasters.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 19

  51. Angel

    August 26, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    Day 19. My family is a large one, 2 boys and 3 girls. My dad is a well to do business man who do not tolerate indiscipline from his children.
    I am the first daughter though not the eldest in the family. Teen age ushers one into another level as if you just arrived into another world entirely.
    I finished secondary school at the age of 16 and immediately gained admission into the University but despite the fact that am already in the University, my dad still wouldn’t allow me have my ways.
    I met this guy I so much fell in love with in my year 1 in school… “Youthful exorbitance” Then he was in 300 level. We read together, because he’s so brilliant and lectures me in almost all the courses after school hours, most of time, we do lunch together. We were more than close but only in school.
    School has gone on holiday, and it looks like we can’t survive a week without each other; he can’t visit my family house and in my father’s house, no one goes out without good reason, so we only talk on phone during this holiday period.
    After some days, we couldn’t bear it, we planned to meet by 12noon so that whatever my reason of going out is, will not last longer than my dad’s returning time. Unfortunately for me, my kid sister was not feeling too well, so I was left alone to do all the chores and I couldn’t go out till 2pm. Getting there, from one story to another, lots of mutual feelings, so much joy of been together, we never bordered keeping to time. I called my kid sister to cover up for me till I return. I returned home late and daddy was already inside the sitting room watching television. How do I get into the house without facing my daddy. I quietly called my sister to help me open the kitchen exit door. Our kitchen door is EmiLinks door and the best aspect I like about this kitchen door is, it doesn’t make noise at all no matter how hard you push it. The smoothness of the EmiLinks door in our kitchen has always being my saving grace each time I returned late. EmiLinks Doors is not only security guaranteed doors but it’s also noise proof doors #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  52. Oladipo

    August 26, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    As a student of a secondary school in Iyana-Offa, Iwo, Ibadan, my wardrobe is my strongroom. In it I store my precious bucket of water during water scarcity, to hide it from borrowers who will beg you for one bowl each till the water is depleted, and also from tappers who will steal both bucket and water together. In my wardrobe, I keep my school uniforms, Sunday and sports wears, house wear, spare bed sheets, my shoes, some books, pocket money, my cutlery and plate, socks, bible, prayer robe, provisions, bathroom bag and much more. I always keep the bottom left corner of my wardrobe empty to use as a hiding place when a wicked senior starts looking for me or when I stab prep and the house master comes to search for defaulters. Lol. After my hook and eye with padlock was jacked a couple of times and my money stolen, I had the school carpenter affix an iron bar of life over my wardrobe door. I lock it with a large padlock and now it can only be opened by a thief that is willing to cut through iron. If school would have allowed me to bring in my private locker/wardrobe, I would have brought in an Emilinks one. A good wardrobe is so important. It will save you from having to be worried about safety of your property and goods. It will disappoint the tappers and can save you from being nabbed by seniors and housemasters.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 19

  53. Tunde Sanusi (Tuham)

    August 26, 2016 at 1:15 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Bellanaija – Day 19
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    Almost all of my friends knew that i display my *ego* the most when it comes to cooking food and on top of everything, i went ahead to publish a story titled ‘The Male Chef Of Our House’ which Majority of my friends read about it.
    Then one fateful day, my inner circle of friends told me they would love to taste a bit of my cooking prowess by coming to my place. I didn’t object but simply told them in my usual humorous style that they would have to sponsor me. The meal we both agreed on, was “Jollof Rice and Beans Combo” in which we fixed 2 days after for the event since we would have been through with our exams by then.
    The D-day came like a flash and after finishing the last paper, i gathered my friends about just 4 in numbers whom was also the sponsors. Along the way, i was whistling, singing, and boasting of how much they would enjoy my food.
    We did arrived at home and since i’ve already bought the ingredients needed and stocked them in the kitchen drawer. I simply took my friends Straightaway to the Kitchen. Upon opening the door, the first thing that shocked my friends were TWO cockroaches making love to themselves. I stylishing took a broom, killed them and hurriedly went out to throw them away.
    ‘Never mind me, those cockroaches were too stubborn’ I told my friends after coming back
    ‘Haven’t you changed your door to Emilinks product since i’ve already told you its what am also using that made my place very nice?’ Omotoso Samuel, one of my friend said
    ‘Do not worry. I’ve sprayed insecticide day before yesterday, you won’t find any INSECTS again till you leave my house’ i replied him
    The other friends simply shake their heads. I now went to the kitchen drawer in an attempt to bring out the other ingredients AND BEHOLD! Cockroaches, Termites and all species of Bugs was what i FOUND!
    I was so disappointed and didn’t know the time i said to samuel ‘PLEASE, where do you think i can get an Emilinks Products?

    #Emilinks #DoorStory – Day 19

  54. Rachael

    August 26, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    The Merriam webster dictionary tells us that word wardrobe originated from Old French words warderobe, wardereube and garderobe, in which “warder” meant “to keep, to guard” and “robe” meant “garment”. Hence, it is safe to say that the primary purpose of a wardrobe is to secure the clothes and other valuables stored in it, protecting them from damage that could occur as a result of mildew, pests, weather conditions, thieves and stains among others.. A wardrobe that cannot perform this function ought to replaced immediately with an Emilinks wardrobe, which is guaranteed to do the job without stress. Let me give you an example. Before I changed to Emilinks, I had a wooden cupboard that looked nice on the outside. However, I usually had to empty it every three weeks to clean out saw dust left behind by moths/wood insects that had eaten the wood. My outfits especially the ones stored towards the back and sides of the wardrobe would be stained and I would have to wash. A couple of times, rats have chewed my new pair of shoes having entered through holes they bored in the floor of the cupboard. This was such a headache. Now that I have #Emilinks, I experience peace. No more rats, I guess the wood used by Emilinks is too strong for their teeth to penetrate- Dem no go wan use barbed wire brush teeth nauh lol. Most people think that wood is wood, cupboard is cupboard regardless of the maker, but when you experience Emilinks, you will know that khaki nor be leather- the difference is clear, Emilnks is the best. If e no be Emilinks, e no fit be like Emilinks. #MyDoorStory

  55. PeluBaba

    August 26, 2016 at 1:18 pm

    @EmilinksNG #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day19
    I was nailing my door’s hinge that keeps disgracing my beautiful self contain one day last year and mistakenly i hammered my thumb,yeeeeh!,my neighbour Hannah shouted from her room,”pelumi kilosele?”meaning pelumi what is that?,i said i mistakenly hit my finger,she hurriedly rushed out to make mockery of me,unknowly to her,she stepped on the nail i kept on the fall. I and Other neighbours outside that moment really busted to an unstoppable laugh. “That is your own share from repairing my bad door”,i told her.
    Bad doors could really be Dangerous but that day was fun,i still use it to tease her sometimes.

  56. Christiana

    August 26, 2016 at 1:25 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #day19
    It happened on a fateful Sunday morning while I was taking my bath, we have had this bathroom door which has been in a bad shape for some months now due to lack of fund, while I was trying to bring down the towel from where I hung it, a nail from the bad door hooked my towel, as I was struggling to remove it from the nail, lo and behold the bad door fell and hit on top of our WC which was smashed into pieces. We suspended going to church that Sunday as we need to fix the whole mess before someone get hurt! That was how leboo placed a call to #Emilinks for a replacement, having a good door keeps us safe.

  57. Ehinomen Izekor

    August 26, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    Day19
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    There is this particular aunt of mine I always love visiting during the holidays and this is because her home is sooo cozy,from the surroundings to the flowers to the house itself.What impresses me more in her house is her Emilinks wardrobes.They make you feel at home and are beautifully and wonderfully made.Most times when I want to snap a photograph to upload on a social media,I run down to one of the wardrobe and snap. It is sooo beautiful with its various partitions.Something interesting happened One day.A friend of mine came visiting in my aunts house, for a while I was busy so I left her in the room alone.When I was through, I came into the room and later saw my friend off.When she got home she called me and said there’s something she wants to tell me.She said while I was busy in the kitchen, she wanted to take one of my tops she admired(you know we ladies, how we pick each others clothes..close friends though).She said she kept struggling with the wardrobe but couldn’t open it and she wanted to know its make.I laughed and told her it was an Emilinks wardrobe and she said she needed something like that and was going to tell her dad.That she did and they got an Emilinks wardrobe.. Emilinks product sell for themselves,no too much talk is needed.When you see an Emilinks product,you smell quality all around it..Emilinks furniture on point.

  58. Idara Fidelis

    August 26, 2016 at 3:01 pm

    I remembered when my parents and I lived in a rented apartment. My dad bought a big kitchen furniture for kitchen utensils but the door of the kitchen didn’t let it pass through because the door wasn’t wide enough. That was how the furniture stayed outside and both rain and sun spoilt the furniture. Luckily my grandmother was around to turn it into firewood for cooking. Doors will become doors when you use #Emilinks doors. Trusted and tested, just to give everyone satisfaction and peace of mind. #mydoorstory #day19

  59. Kindness Elechi

    August 26, 2016 at 3:18 pm

    Day19
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I am a lady who is currently serving as a youth corp member. I was fortunate to get a space in the corpers lodge but the room needed a lot of retouching. So I cleaned,painted and all.But there was something missing..A WARDROBE!I needed somewhere to arrange my clothes,shoes,bags,scarfs and all.My field requires having a proper dress sense,looking neat and smart and that requires a good wardrobe.I made enquiries and was adviced to get an Emilinks wardrobe..God bless the soul who gave me that advice..Having an Emilinks wardrobe is the best thing that happened to my room.When my friends come visiting, they must make positive comments about my wardrobe.. Two of them eventually got Emilinks wardrobe in their place of residence. Emilinks wardrobe is an essential in every home,it makes arrangement easier.You want that room to be envied by others..GET AN EMILINKS WARDROBE and thank me later.

  60. Falilat

    August 26, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19 @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..

  61. Eddy Carson

    August 26, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #DAY19
    Kitchen…my best part of the house. that place gives me joy only when something is cooking..the kitchen makes the good, the bad and the worse.. a bad cook knows what am talking about..kitchen either big or small, they are very important in the house. i call it the domestic laboratory.. whether your kitchen is smoky or u use gas or probably stove even if its candle as long as it cooks your food, be proud of your kitchen…as i am proud of mine especially when my mum is in it…lolzzzz.

  62. Yemisi

    August 26, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19 @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

  63. Oluwafunke

    August 26, 2016 at 3:30 pm

    MY testimony. It was a Wednesday morning I was cooking and grilling fish.when I got a call from my mom that my aunt gave birth in a private maternity hospital. In this excitement mode I took my car key and drove down to the hospital with my friend,thinking I had put off the gas
    When I got back home I saw my neighbours outside.Seeing smoke coming out of the kitchen, I was scared,remembering I forgot to put off the gas oven.But luckily for me the fire didn’t extend outside the kitchen due to the fact that emilinks door was fix at the entrance to the sitting room which didn’t allow flames passage my house was saved,thanks to emilinks doors.Emilinks doors are Quality and Durable.I give it a bet you have to get one!
    #Emilinks #My DoorStory #Day19.

  64. onoselisha

    August 26, 2016 at 3:41 pm

    Few years back, I travelled to my village to visit my grandmother for the first time. I needed to return the gesture because she always visited my parents during Christmas. Normally, anytime I get home, the kitchen is always my first point of call. The very first day I got to the village, with the same attitude, I went straight to the kitchen. And I could not find any kitchen in the house. Can you imagine I started moving from one room to another looking for the kitchen until my grand mother told me that the kitchen was at the backyard. “Oh!” I exclaimed. On getting to the so called kitchen, the door scared me. With just a glimpse at the door it dawn on me that the quality of the food inside the kitchen will have a negative impact on my health. I lost my appetite immediately. However, I summoned courage within me to go inside the kitchen because my dad has always told me that I should act like a man in all circumstances. As soon as I got in, “Ah!”, I shouted. Behold, the kitchen looked like a consulting room of a witch doctor. Then I knew I was in for a bad Christmas and that was what it turned out to be.

    A kitchen plays a vital role in once dietary habits. And having Emilinks doors and cabinets are icing. Good doors and cabinets like Emilinks’s will guarantee the safety of your food and food stuff in periods like this were Lassa fever and other hemorrhagic fever transmitted by rodents are on rampage.

    Indeed, the importance of a good kitchen and Emilinks doors cannot be overemphasized.
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Day 19

  65. Ogochukwu

    August 26, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    That feeling knowing that I can travel for months without worrying about my clothes ???

  66. Christiana

    August 26, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    If you are not using Emilink door, you are wrong!!! #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day19

  67. Ogochukwu

    August 26, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilink #Day19 That feeling I get when I remember that my wardrobe is emilink product.

  68. Kelechi

    August 26, 2016 at 4:54 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoor story #Day 19

    Growing up as an only child, I had a room to my self and my clothes were always neatly arranged in my wardrobe and this became a part of me. I got married 2 years ago and everything changed, I had to share a room with my wife who is a great wife and a lovely mother, she was everything good but she never arranges our clothes. There was an inbuilt wardrobe in the house when we packed in so she will throw both my clothes and hers inside and close the door, whenever I want to go out, I spend hours till I can lay hold of one half rumpled dress to wear. We started having issues and will always quarrel because of the wardrobe.
    My friend introduced me to EMILINKS multiple shelve wardrobe which I bought immediately, its over 6 months and we have not argued because of messed up wardrobe. My clothes are properly lined out to the left and hers to the right.
    Thanks so much EMILINKS for restoring the peace in my home and making me look classy when going out.
    I love you wiffy and thanks EMILINKS for bringing back our bond.
    # EMILINKS…… Saving Nigerian homes since inception.

  69. Olubunmi

    August 26, 2016 at 5:18 pm

    Day 19 #MyDoorStory

    It had finally happened. After years of moving around and living in rented apartments, we were going to have a whole building and compound to ourselves. What could be cooler? It seemed like a dream come true.

    My joy knew no bounds as I skipped around the almost empty house. My mother’s voice bellowed from one of the rooms.
    “Bunmi, have you packed all your clothes? ”
    ” Hurry up, the vehicle would soon arrive”.

    “Yes Mummy”, I answered dutifully as I lugged a heavy suitcase that must have weighed a tonne outside the door. After heaving a sigh of relief, I noticed that Taiwo and Kenny, the Makinde twins, were looking at me in what I could describe as a mixture of awe and envy. The Makindes were co-tenants.

    Of course I was going to miss them. We played games and did mischief together. I was also going to miss Mama Abayomi whose shouts of “die by fire!” always woke me up in the middle of the night. I would also miss Mr Asamoah, the strict headmaster, whose funny accent got us reeling with laughter.

    Soon, we had all our property in a very big van. My mother’s car too was full of our things. I had to wedge myself in a tiny space. The ride was uncomfortable, but I didn’t mind.

    We arrived at our new house. I was overjoyed. For the first time, I would not be sharing a room with my siblings. There was plenty of space in front of the house to play ball, catch or any other game. I felt exhilarated.

    We settled in quite nicely. It was a peaceful neighbourhood with nice neighbours. It was almost perfect.

    Then something happened. Something started to attack the doors and wardrobes. I couldn’t see what it was, but my mother said they were termites. They were also responsible for felling the pawpaw tree outside, she added.

    I was sad because our once perfect house started coming apart. There was strange brown dust in and around our wardrobes, cupboards and doorways. The doors became safety hazards because they started coming off at the hinges.

    My aunt came visiting one day. She said, “Your problems will be solved if you use #Emilinks doors.” My mother took her advice.

    It turned out she was right. Those doors still remain till today, and they are as beautiful as ever. Thanks to #Emilinks

  70. Kindness Elechi

    August 26, 2016 at 5:22 pm

    Day19
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I am a lady who is currently serving as a youth corp member. I was fortunate to get a space in the corpers lodge but the room needed a lot of retouching. So I cleaned,painted and all.But there was something missing..A WARDROBE!I needed somewhere to arrange my clothes,shoes,bags,scarfs and all.My field requires having a proper dress sense,looking neat and smart and that requires a good wardrobe.I made enquiries and was advice to get an Emilinks wardrobe..God bless the soul who gave me that advice..Having an Emilinks wardrobe is the best thing that happened to my room.When my friends come visiting, they must make positive comments about my wardrobe.. Two of them eventually got Emilinks wardrobe in their place of residence. Emilinks wardrobe is an essential in every home,it makes arrangement easier.You want that room to be envied by others..GET AN EMILINKS WARDROBE and thank me later.

  71. Samuel

    August 26, 2016 at 5:46 pm

    We had a relative Akpos who came to spend holidays with us. He came from the village so he had some tricks up his sleeve. The first meal he had with us, he complained he wasn’t used to eating with 1 meat. We all laughed it off, with my mum telling him he’s in the city now not village. Apparently it was only funny to us but not Akpos, little did we know he had plans.
    The first thing he did that night was to use lighter to open the padlock of our kitchen. He entered and ate half of the meat in the pot. The next morning, my Mum confronted everybody especially Akpos but no one accepted the blame. Though all fingers were pointing at Akpos but my Mum needed proof.
    She changed the door with a bigger, harder padlock but this guy was wiser. Another night came and all he had to do was unscrew the handles holding the padlock and feasted on our meat once again.
    The next morning, after discovering his evil deed, I was ready to go fight him. My Mum calmed me again.
    Some hours later she found an advert of Emilinks doors in the papers and ordered one asap. It was affordable and actually worth it at the end.
    At night, Akpos was at it again. This time lighter didn’t work, unscrewing wasn’t working also. He was struggling with a cutlass looking for loop holes in Emilinks door when I asked him ” why not disappear inside?”. He turned, stunned to find me and Mum he started begging. We were awoken by his noise and had been standing there for a while.
    Thanks to #Emilinks, His reign of terror ended. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day19

  72. Segzy

    August 26, 2016 at 5:47 pm

    @bellanaija team. Still waiting to be contacted. Thanks.

  73. Gemonyi

    August 26, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    Day 19
    At the office last week,i killed a bug on my colleagues suit… he was so Embarrassed because he is one of those guys that can feel fine for Africa.. I didn’t find it funny cos he was my friend but we saw some people giggling.
    Later on, he told how bad is wardrobe was and asked what he could do. I told him about Emilinks and luckily for him, he could get it cheaper at the moment. He quickly ordered one to save him of future embarrassment. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  74. Jerry

    August 26, 2016 at 6:04 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory ever since i heard and saw emilinks furniture, ahh’ i always seen it on my dreams that i was building my house and emilinks been my back-up for my furniture use, its build to last long and restore value and quality in nigeria homes, i even introduce it to my friends and family, one of my friend that i told about it also tell his landlord and later on the landlord partner with them(emilinks), i usually goes to meet my friend and i snap a pic closer to the beautiful emilinks door, am proud of it, check the photo on my facebook profile jerry vicker (wize)… Thanks emilinks, u will receive more millions of customer in jesus name. Amen

  75. Musa Muhammed Nasirudeen

    August 26, 2016 at 6:10 pm

    #Day19 (Entry) EmilinksNG is the Secret to a CLASSIC, EXCELLENT, QUALITY and SUCCESSFUL Wardrobes, doors, Kitchen, Security doors, internal doors etc! Emilinks has always got me covered! Patronize Emilinks produce Today and you will be GLAD you did! Emilinks produce will always and forever be the BEST among the REST! #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

    (I know One day I will WIN the N10,000 Cash also with Emilinks and @bellanaijaonline by GOD ALMIGHTY Grace My PERSISTENCE and PERSEVERANCE will pay one day #TeamNeverGiveUp )

  76. Josh King

    August 26, 2016 at 6:12 pm

    #EMILINKS #MyDoorStory Day 19

    Mama loves cooking. But fortunately for us all – her loving husband (my father) & my siblings, we love to eat. I am yet to see a woman who loves cooking so much but eats less. She ensures that food is ready at the right time and that there are lots to go round. But like every kitchen in a home, it has got to be safe from disease carrying rodents and insects. It was all fun until the day she had an unwanted visitor(rat) crawl into her kitchen like as if he had no fear of her, like he owned the kitchen. Eventually, it was done away with and we found out that it had chewed its way in from underneath the door. Due to the love mama has for us and for the health of her family she decided to protect her kitchen with Emilinks furnitures all through. It has since truly been a pleasurable time all thanks to Emilinks doors. She even gave the secret to her no rat kitchen to her sisters and they too are now enjoying the goodness that comes with using quality and durable furniture – Emilinks.

  77. Josh King

    August 26, 2016 at 6:32 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 19

    It is very vital that all homes are well protected with not just doors but quality and reliable furniture all through. From the living room to the dining room to the bedroom and most especially the kitchen. The kitchen should be well protected because that is where our meals are kept and that is where they are prepared. Protecting the kitchen with Emilinks furniture is the best decision anyone can make. That way we are sure that mostly rats are kept far away from the kitchen. Emilinks is the best.

  78. Josh King

    August 26, 2016 at 6:34 pm

    #EMILINKS #MyDoorStory Day 19

    Mama loves cooking. But fortunately for us all – her loving husband (my father) & my siblings, we love to eat. I am yet to see a woman who loves cooking so much but eats less. She ensures that food is ready at the right time and that there are lots to go round. But like every kitchen in a home, it has got to be safe from disease carrying rodents and insects. It was all fun until the day she had an unwanted visitor(rat) crawl into her kitchen like as if he had no fear of her, like he owned the kitchen. Eventually, it was done away with and we found out that it had chewed its way in from underneath the door. Due to the love mama has for us and for the health of her family she decided to protect her kitchen with Emilinks furnitures all through. It has since truly been a pleasurable time all thanks to Emilinks doors. She even gave the secret to her no rat kitchen to her sisters and they too are now enjoying the goodness that comes with using quality and durable furniture – Emilinks.

  79. Michael

    August 26, 2016 at 6:42 pm

    Good kitchen doors would not only save you from theft but also your health, i got married to a loving husband who unfortunately changed to a monster, sometimes my husband assaults me for no good reason, one Sunday afternoon we got into an argument, most times whenever this starts happening I run into the bathroom and lock myself but this time we were in the sitting room, I had no where to run to and our neighbors were all out, the only place that came to my mind was the kitchen, I quickly ran to the kitchen and locked the door, I was four months pregnant and so I didn’t want any complication cos I’ve had one before as a result of incidents like this, while still inside the kitchen I could hear him pounding on the door from outside asking me to open it, I assumed he was going to find his way in, but I still refused to open it, my only hope was for someone to come.
    He kept banging the door until he got tired, then I knew he wasn’t going to succeed, I happily remained inside the kitchen until our neighbors came back and then I shouted for help, I only came out when I could draw as much crowd as I could, to cut the long story, the issue was later resolved that day but after that particular incident I filed for a divorce and left the house, now I am happy and secured and since then I have always respected Emilinks doors, cos it saved my life and that of my baby, who knows what would have happened if he had his way through. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 19

  80. Davyd

    August 26, 2016 at 7:32 pm

    I live in langtan local government area of plateau state, snake bites are normal cases from where I com from, before we changed our doors to Emilinks, we use to kill snakes even inside our house, our old kitchen door had a little opening which allows rodents and snakes to crawl through, ever since we changed our kitchen door and fixed good wardrobes in our rooms we have never had any incident like that again. A good kitchen door and wardrobe will not only beautify your home but also prevent dangerous creatures from disturbing your peace. Go for Emilinks!! #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 19

  81. Jumoke

    August 26, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day19
    #bellanaija

    I’ve been working with a clothing firm for 3years and on. My first year was pretty tedious being the Junior staff and sometimes PA to our boss, he disciplined me quite a number of times on how to properly place and arranged clothes still I’m always in haste packing cloth into the wardrobe and almost cost me my job.

    My boss on the other hand always makes it his own priority to arrange clothes in the wardrobes as long as his available which also makes pick up the act cos if a man could be so engrossed with his wardrobe, I has a female should do better.

    Well after series of lectures on the importance about our emilinks wardrobe i took alot of admiration for the use of it. #Emilinkswardrobe designs
    #QualitySpeaks

  82. Medinat

    August 26, 2016 at 8:16 pm

    Magic that happens behind our kitchen, as a large family I’ve learnt that the most unique area for girls at home to gist is inside the kitchen, After dinner we literally go drop our plates then we lit up a discussion either about a guy or something going on at home.

    Well most people (boys) most times kitchen is all about preparing the food and cleaning up the utensils, that a big no for me. We as a family always have moment behind which has bought about togetherness, and not forgetting we use an emilinks fittings has the kitchen which makes unique and more like a room. #Emilinks #mydoorstory #bellanaija #day19

  83. Atebodi Mosi Aisoni

    August 26, 2016 at 8:26 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 19
    WHERE MY DOOR.
    They say a stitch in time saves nine. With this raining season where its always raining cats and dogs. I call my door IGWE. A door that needs me carrying it before locks properly. I have become talk of the compound about the dude always carrying the door. I told them the door is my IGWE #unmovable. I talked to the landlady about the repairs but she seem not interested only interested in her rents. My compound people have been advising me to repair the door because they don’t think it will hold during this raining season. I have stubbornly refuse insisting am not suppose to do the repairs since it not house and telling them that infact the door is unmovable. They said the day heavy winds comes I know who get level PASS. Last Sunday after dressing like a fine boy as always, I went to church . During the church service it started to rain heavy and windy my attention started to drift away from the preaher because the wind was just too much it removed one of roofing sheet. That is when it dawned on me that my door will not hold this wind Ooo. I wasn’t comfortable no more. The preacher was on his own. I started praying instead of listening to the sermon. When I got home I couldn’t thinks no more. All I said was WHERE MY DOOR because it wasn’t on the post. I am finish. O my God. My friend showed me a door on the roof of the building. My room wet,my cloths, furniture wet. No prayer will work here. My neighbours started to jeer me. I wouldn’t blame them. I thought prayer will do this one. I blame my stingy landlady who has refused to buy Emilinks door. There is God o cos if I had listened I have not be in this dilemma.

  84. Jemikalajah E

    August 26, 2016 at 8:28 pm

    Day 19
    I can never forget the incident that happened to me and my aunty two years ago. I travelled to spend the holidays with her.That fateful night her husband had travelled out of the country for a business trip and she was left alone with me and her two children.We were about going to bed when we heard gun shots.Robbers where in the neighbourhood and her compound to be precised. She was calling the police when they kicked down the parlour door. Immediately, I remembered she had a strong Emilinks kitchen door.So I took the children together with her ,ran to the kitchen and shut the door.The robbers approached the kitchen door and started trying to kick it down it wouldn’t open, the door was very strong.They were hitting so had for about 20 minutes, the children were afraid but I told them not to worry for our good Emilinks kitchen door had our back. At that moment the police entered the neighborhood. The theives had no choice but to run off. The next morning her husband arrived and thanked me for my bravery. I was so thankful for our superhero Emilinks kitchen door. It saved our lives.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  85. Oluwatobi

    August 26, 2016 at 8:29 pm

    Day 19
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Indeed a good wardrobe, helps make a good fashion statement… Growing up, I never really liked the part where I had to arrange my wardrobe. But that idea changed wen I gained admission into the University, and had a roommate who was a fashionista… I have never met a guy who loves to look gud, Tunde, doesn’t joke wit his appearance! He made sure our wardrobe was well arranged. Wen we moved in at first, he was always complaining about how our wardrobe wasn’t well partitioned. So we contributed and got a gud wardrobe, an Emilinks wardrobe. After the wardrobe was installed, our room took a new turn. I too began to see the importance of a good wardrobe. We had a segment for boxers, another for Denim, another for shoes, another for tie, etc. Every morning after bathing, I wud just open the wardrobe and stare at all the segment and just frm staring, my outfit for the day pops out! Puff! Tunde won the award for best dressed in the hostel and I won the award for best dressed in my department. Thanks to my good wardrobe, thanks to Emilinks wardrobe!

  86. prince roy

    August 26, 2016 at 8:41 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #DAY19 Wardrope is a wooden structure where one can arrange cloths and other valuables .in my own case my wardrope did more than that to me ,there was a time men of the underworld were disturbing,and snatching people of valuables and cash ,on that faithful dead of the night i had a gunshot,i was gripped with fear,my body was shivering as if am going to die ,while my mind was wandering on different thought i came up with the idea of hiding inside my wardrope because is a very large one ,i shifted the cloths entered and cover myself inside ,the heat in there was much ,was really suffocating never knew it was day break and the robbers didnt get to our house but due to fear i went hiding .day break and my mum havent seen me she came knocking at my door ,i didnt respond because i thought it was the robbers not until she shouted my name my prince as she fondly call me i answer and came out was looking weak and suffocating she was scared before i narrated my ordeal with her,she laugh and went out to narrate to my day,it wasnt a funny day at all for me ,so one thing like wardrope can serve many purposes depending on how you want to utilise it .get your today

  87. Ifunanya

    August 26, 2016 at 9:18 pm

    Day 19 #Emilinks #mydoorstory
    You see, as nurse working in a hospital, everybody looks up to me to save their lives with my touch, a smile, a kind word, a gesture even a hug. After the day’s stress and hard work of putting smiles on the faces of strangers, my family is expectant of my magic touch in the Kitchen which saves their lives too. And so I do just that with the sweet smelling aroma of pounded yam and bitterleaf soup garnished with stockfish, cow leg, beef and assorted from my kitchen. If there was nothing in this world called a kitchen, how on earth could I save my family’s life after spending the whole day saving the lives of others? Everyone of us needs saving at some point in our lives and the kitchen is indeed a life saver! If you doubt it, come and take a peek through my Emilinks kitchen door, I bet you will come back to life!
    Thanks for giving hope to our stomach,Emilinks doors,through you countless lives are saved.

  88. Olayemi

    August 26, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    Day 19
    Me and my siblings were so angry when an Emilinks door was erected in our kitchen. My mom and dad didn’t seem to understand why. LolZzzz only us the children knew. Our previous substandard door assisted us in the continuos visitation to the kitchen almost every night.We always had a signal that only the three of us knew. Whenever mom and dad went to bed.We all take our different positions. Dele lock picking,tope watching out for mom and me getting ready to steal the meat. This all changed when an Emilinks arrived at our house. We all where angry until our neighbor got poisoned and the criminal was caught. She confessed that my family was the main target but she later changed her mind when she saw our newly erected inpenetrable Standard Emilinks door. It was then that me and my siblings learn to appreciate our Emilinks door.
    Even though we could no more carry out our night business in the kitchen. Lolzzz#MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎

  89. Chika Lovsy

    August 26, 2016 at 10:32 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day19

    Wardrobes are great, it protects your clothes from dust, bugs and thieves by using a good wardrobe with strong #Doors. I remember those days i use to squat with someone, i had to get a good wardrobe with locks because alot of people come and visit us, as men we don’t bother hiding and locking the door of our room but as things started missing one by one we had to reorganise ourselves and get a good wardrobes to help us protect our nice wears and wristwatches and so on. For a nice wardrobe that will suite and protect your wears, Go for #Emilinks.
    Wardrobes keeps rooms neat and well organised. They bring out the beauty in homes and offices. Emilinks is number One in town with so many good testimonies. #Emilinks

  90. Daniel O. Geraldine

    August 26, 2016 at 10:56 pm

    Day 19
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    A good wardrobe makes it easy for me to pick an outfit! With a well partitioned wardrobe, like my Emilinks wardrobe, say goodbye to dat confusion every morning on what to wear… If you want to make a fashion statement, get Emilinks wardrobe! Be like me!

  91. okpis Benjamin

    August 26, 2016 at 11:07 pm

    Day19
    A good door is one the most feature to attain a beautiful kitchen.The door in the picture is the picture of our good Emilinks door.Whenever that door opens or closes it means good news. Either food is being prepared, food is ready or empty plates are being taken inside to wash after eating a nice meal. When mom is in the kitchen, I always can’t wait for our Emilinks door to open and release the nice, wonderful and intriguing aroma from the kitchen.A good kitchen door like Emilinks crowns up your kitchen and makes the aroma overwhelming .#MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  92. Igbecha

    August 26, 2016 at 11:56 pm

    Day 19 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    The benefits and advantages of a good wardrobe cannot be over emphasized! My wardrobe makes my room tidy and well arranged… You knw the popular saying “cleanliness is next to Godliness” with my Emilinks wardrobe, I’m feeling on top of the world… The days of dirtiness is over, choose Emilinks door for Cleanliness!

  93. Eniola Akin

    August 27, 2016 at 1:09 am

    You’ve seen those movies where people sneak into their parents’ houses late at night because they went to attend a party or something, only to see their dad waiting with a very stern look on his face? Well that’s been my life for the past two months. I mean, wetin man go do? I just finished my tertiary education, waiting for NYSC call-up, so man gas dey flex every once in a while at least now that I’m young.
    But the problem with this kind of lifestyle is the hunger mehn. By the time you’re back from enjoyment my hungry family members would’ve finished everything in the pot. And I mean, everything, so my best bet would be to cook something up before going to bed. Now that’s not a problem in itself, except that the same people that finished the food previously would perceive the aroma of my food, miraculously wake up hungry and request for some.
    Well I’m writing this with so much gladness in my heart because all this is about to stop as Father just recently replaced our worn out kitchen door with a new super door from Emilinks. Let me see who will smell my food again and come and beg. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

  94. Eniola Akin

    August 27, 2016 at 1:10 am

    If there’s any three things I love in this life, they would be food, Game of Thrones and my family. Actually make that food, food, and my family.
    I love food, I cannot lie.
    Food is life, I can’t deny. (See rhyme scheme lmao)
    So it gets very annoying when I’m cooking my food jejely and someone will now perceive the aroma and come to beg for some. Iro o! My fellow foodies would know that this is a very unwanted situation, so I try to prevent such ‘occurrences’ as much as I can.
    Now this is where my kitchen door comes in. Oh my faithful, beautiful door. Always saving me from horror and ruin. And starvation. My Emilinks door does a good job of shielding the aroma of my cooking from the greedy noses of any passerby neighbours. Y’all should get some Emilinks doors in your lives. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

  95. Oyewole Emmanuel

    August 27, 2016 at 2:11 am

    @bellanaijaonline #emilinks #mydoorstory
    Evolution is something quite funny. Remembering the early men’s with no clothes, in which leaves from tree were what they use to cover selected parts of their body.
    Now it’s from that same leaves that evolution took place and cotton was found then used to make fabrics which is used to make clothes. These clothes has no place to call home as there were just pilled up together in a bundle as a result, the clothes were all rough.
    Then evolution took its course again in that same trend. The stem of a trees was used to make wood which are used to manufacture furniture.
    Now a wardrobe was formed, then humans were now more organized in the arrangements of their clothes.
    #emilinks practically happens to be part of this life changing evolution with the production of elegant and quality wardrobes to make humans more organized. And am a living example of that which a wardrobe has done to humans simply because am more organized in the arrangement of my clothes.

  96. Onyia Vivian

    August 27, 2016 at 3:47 am

    Day 20
    Ok, so in a few minutes you will understand how a single Emilinks door changed the life of my family for the better.
    It was my very first semester in UNN, I came back home for the long vacation but catching my friends attention wasn’t easy anymore. I would sit in the veranda all day waiting for my parents to come home admiring That house opposite our building, it had just been completed and tenants troop in in numbers every day, How I wished we would pack into that new house I thought, I couldn’t see the interior, my friend said the apartments had very nice wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, she would sneak in there to take selfies for facebook, Lol. She didn’t need to sweat to tell me how nice the interior of the house looked; mere gazing at the kitchen door that linked its veranda right opposite my veranda gave me a feel of the apartment. I fantasized having one of the rooms to myself.
    One day, I braved it. I called a family meeting, usually meetings were fixed when I misbehaved and needed whooping, literally of course*chuckles*. I gave them reasons why we had to move: 1st (in my words) Mummy remember how you always complained about rodents and roaches coming in through the kitchen door? Good news is with the new apartment comes a cool kitchen door to prevent those.
    2nd (in my words still) Mummy do you also remember how you cried when Chioma poured water on the kitchen floor and it soaked your bags of rice, garri, crayfish and semolina? Well this new apartment has a really nice kitchen cabinet that could contain just about all our food items, and neatly tucked in of course.
    3rd Daddy do you realize how awful you sound every Saturday morning when you look for your tool kit? If only you had a furnished wardrobe with divisions you could tuck stuff like that into. But praise God this apartment has got it.
    4th Chioma your own is too fight with me over our only surviving mirror, FYI; this apartment comes with inbuilt mirror on every wardrobe door. Plus you can now pack those your long list of novels in your room cabinet
    I also reminded them of uncle Ejike whose furnishings were also done by Emilinks at an affordable price, so it wasn’t like we would be charged outrageous bills for enjoying such privileges. My father was already exhausted and saw that I was ready to keep listing the benefits and how more organized our lives would be with the new apartment.
    Long story short, we moved into the apartment in exactly one week, and now my friends come around to take selfies all day long, my family chaos has tremendously reduced. Thanks to that kitchen door. Thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  97. Onyia Vivian

    August 27, 2016 at 3:56 am

    Ok, so in a few minutes you will understand how a single Emilinks door changed the life of my family for the better.
    Day 20
    It was my very first semester in UNN, I came back home for the long vacation but catching my friends attention wasn’t easy anymore. I would sit in the veranda all day waiting for my parents to come home admiring That house opposite our building, it had just been completed and tenants troop in in numbers every day, How I wished we would pack into that new house I thought, I couldn’t see the interior, my friend said the apartments had very nice wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, she would sneak in there to take selfies for Facebook, *lols*. She didn’t need to sweat to tell me how nice the interior of the house looked; mere gazing at the kitchen door that linked its veranda right opposite my veranda gave me a feel of the apartment. I fantasized having one of the rooms to myself.
    One day, I braved it. I called a family meeting, usually meetings were fixed when I misbehaved and needed whooping, literally of course*chuckles*. I gave them reasons why we had to move: 1st (in my words) Mummy remember how you always complained about rodents and roaches coming in through the kitchen door? Good news is with the new apartment comes a cool kitchen door to prevent those.
    2nd (in my words still) Mummy do you also remember how you cried when Chioma poured water on the kitchen floor and it soaked your bags of rice, garri, crayfish and semolina? Well this new apartment has a really nice kitchen cabinet that could contain just about all our food items, and neatly tucked in of course.
    3rd Daddy do you realize how awful you sound every Saturday morning when you look for your tool kit? If only you had a furnished wardrobe with divisions you could tuck stuff like that into. But praise God this apartment has got it.
    4th Chioma your own is too fight with me over our only surviving mirror, FYI; this apartment comes with inbuilt mirror on every wardrobe door. Plus you can now pack those your long list of novels in your room cabinet
    I also reminded them of uncle Ejike whose furnishings were also done by Emilinks at an affordable price, so it wasn’t like we would be charged outrageous bills for enjoying such privileges. My father was already exhausted and saw that I was ready to keep listing the benefits and how more organized our lives would be with the new apartment.
    Long story short, we moved into the apartment in exactly one week, and now my friends come around to take selfies all day long*lols*, my family chaos has tremendously reduced. Thanks to that kitchen door. Thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  98. Onyia Vivian

    August 27, 2016 at 6:38 am

    Day 20
    Ok, so in a few minutes you will understand how a single Emilinks door changed the life of my family for the better.
    It was my very first semester in UNN, I came back home for the long vacation but catching my friends attention wasn’t easy anymore. I would sit in the veranda all day waiting for my parents to come home admiring That house opposite our building, it had just been completed and tenants troop in in numbers every day, How I wished we would pack into that new house I thought, I couldn’t see the interior, my friend said the apartments had very nice wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, she would sneak in there to take selfies for facebook, Lol. She didn’t need to sweat to tell me how nice the interior of the house looked; mere gazing at the kitchen door that linked its veranda right opposite my veranda gave me a feel of the apartment. I fantasized having one of the rooms to myself.
    One day, I braved it. I called a family meeting, usually meetings were fixed when I misbehaved and needed whooping, literally of course*chuckles*. I gave them reasons why we had to move: 1st (in my words) Mummy remember how you always complained about rodents and roaches coming in through the kitchen door? Good news is with the new apartment comes a cool kitchen door to prevent those.
    2nd (in my words still) Mummy do you also remember how you cried when Chioma poured water on the kitchen floor and it soaked your bags of rice, garri, crayfish and semolina? Well this new apartment has a really nice kitchen cabinet that could contain just about all our food items, and neatly tucked in of course.
    3rd Daddy do you realize how awful you sound every Saturday morning when you look for your tool kit? If only you had a furnished wardrobe with divisions you could tuck stuff like that into. But praise God this apartment has got it.
    4th Chioma your own is too fight with me over our only surviving mirror, FYI; this apartment comes with inbuilt mirror on every wardrobe door. Plus you can now pack those your long list of novels in your room cabinet
    I also reminded them of uncle Ejike whose furnishings were also done by Emilinks at an affordable price, so it wasn’t like we would be charged outrageous bills for enjoying such privileges. My father was already exhausted and saw that I was ready to keep listing the benefits and how more organized our lives would be with the new apartment.
    Long story short, we moved into the apartment in exactly one week, and now my friends come around to take selfies all day long, my family chaos has tremendously reduced. Thanks to that kitchen door. Thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  99. Onyinyechi E.

    August 27, 2016 at 8:04 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19

    Having a good wardrope such as that of #Emilinks as a household item should not be taken for granted.

    During my NYSC days in Ibadan, i made an impromtu visit to a cousin of mine. I eventually long stayed till weekend & he recalled having a friend’s wedding to attend; and that it’s meant to be a big one. Ofcourse, i’ve got to join him at least for “AWOOF sake ie eat & drink”, but then i got to borrow his clothes to look good cos i never knew i was over-staying. We visited the wardrope (his old/former) to checkout some of his outfits for body-check but then i saw few cockroaches scampering everywhere, equally hidden underneath the shirts/trousers. But due to time factor – we felt i got to quickly try anyhow. As that one has been tackled & we were about stepping out – another WAHALA, i noticed white patches, fungal growths etc as worn. He saddenly said – what’s all these everynow & then, which means he do encounter such often.
    With much time wasting, we quickly had to partial-wash/dry the clothes thus to be able to wear them, i’ve got no option, and must not miss the AWOOF chops (wetin man go do). Though we had a good outing but we missed the wedding photo-shots at church. Equally i noticed he was really a bit troubled all day – he quoted “my bad wardrope causes more harm than good”

    I suggested, advised & recommended the quality, affordable, spacious, well-built wardrope of #Emilinks brand. He quickly grabbed the idea & did the needful before i left for my primary assignment.

    Ofcourse, what do one expect – he’s full of high regards for #EMILINKS
    That he can now be away for weeks, return and the clothes/outfits smells fresh & good/well-hung and that he can now view his room & see his wardrope as a quality pure work of art.

    #EMILINKS #DoorStory #Day19

  100. vivian onyia

    August 27, 2016 at 10:20 am

    Day 19
    Ok, so in a few minutes you will understand how a single Emilinks door changed the life of my family for the better.
    It was my very first semester in UNN, I came back home for the long vacation but catching my friends attention wasn’t easy anymore. I would sit in the veranda all day waiting for my parents to come home admiring That house opposite our building, it had just been completed and tenants troop in in numbers every day, How I wished we would pack into that new house I thought, I couldn’t see the interior, my friend said the apartments had very nice wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, she would sneak in there to take selfies for facebook, Lol. She didn’t need to sweat to tell me how nice the interior of the house looked; mere gazing at the kitchen door that linked its veranda right opposite my veranda gave me a feel of the apartment. I fantasized having one of the rooms to myself.
    One day, I braved it. I called a family meeting, usually meetings were fixed when I misbehaved and needed whooping, literally of course*chuckles*. I gave them reasons why we had to move: 1st (in my words) Mummy remember how you always complained about rodents and roaches coming in through the kitchen door? Good news is with the new apartment comes a cool kitchen door to prevent those.
    2nd (in my words still) Mummy do you also remember how you cried when Chioma poured water on the kitchen floor and it soaked your bags of rice, garri, crayfish and semolina? Well this new apartment has a really nice kitchen cabinet that could contain just about all our food items, and neatly tucked in of course.
    3rd Daddy do you realize how awful you sound every Saturday morning when you look for your tool kit? If only you had a furnished wardrobe with divisions you could tuck stuff like that into. But praise God this apartment has got it.
    4th Chioma your own is too fight with me over our only surviving mirror, FYI; this apartment comes with inbuilt mirror on every wardrobe door. Plus you can now pack those your long list of novels in your room cabinet
    I also reminded them of uncle Ejike whose furnishings were also done by Emilinks at an affordable price, so it wasn’t like we would be charged outrageous bills for enjoying such privileges. My father was already exhausted and saw that I was ready to keep listing the benefits and how more organized our lives would be with the new apartment.
    Long story short, we moved into the apartment in exactly one week, and now my friends come around to take selfies all day long, my family chaos has tremendously reduced. Thanks to that kitchen door. Thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  101. Cobham Peter

    August 27, 2016 at 10:40 am

    just a regular friday afternoon,I’m sipping my coffee,trying to write the next scene of my book,my dad walks by and puts a kettle on the fire,I write that down”…. my dad…, puts a kettle ….on the fire,I ask myself how is that relevant to the plot,I start pacing the room,as I ask my self what’s wrong with this picture,I walk to my room open the door and it falls flat on top of me.
    I wake up;oh its just a dream,I get up from my bed heading to the bedroom door and wam..!!! It falls flat.,I rush to my dads room, get a nail and a hammer,I hit the problem hammering till it becomes a solution,….A job well done;could almost pat myself on the back,that’s if I was “Goro in mortal kombat”.
    It was quite hot so I decide to take a nap in the living room,and suddenly I hear SRCEAMS;UP NEPA…!!!!,I jump up in joy and remember the deadline for my book is tomorrow and need to power up my laptop,I dash to my room and Wam..!!! I knock the off,…..
    UP NEPA..!!!!!….I jump excited and ask myself didn’t that just happen,I run excitedly to my room to finish my Article and power up my laptop,I halt suddenly and remember this is where I knock bedroom door down in the dream;so I walk gently instead and grab the doorknob, and open the door gently smiling that it didn’t; Wam….!!!! The door falls down.

    I stare down @ the door for a couple seconds,I take a deep breath,pick the door up,lean it against the wall,I see flashes of flickering light in the living room,I remember a scene from;scream movie;as the black gets kill on going to discover why the lights flickered,so I say to my self that’s why I’m black;we don’t investigate,we run..,NEPA seizes the lights…okay now I have to discover why those lights are still flickering,we I peep into the living room,I see and Arrow point to exit the house,okay I exit the house,at the stares I see another Arrow pointing to exit the building,I do so,I see another Arrow pointing to exit the compound I do so,the I see an arrow pointing up”.I look up and there’s a Door in the sky,I levitate to the door,open it and a Bright light beamed at me,I hear a Commanding voice yet Cut..!!!!,and the lights go off,the Boom mic is lowered,the Director tells me well done,the Continuity lady say;Director for the scene we no put hashtag Emilinks my doorstory on top of the Door..Director grumbles and says everyone back on set lights, camera, Action..!!!!
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory

  102. Agbadahun Hope

    August 28, 2016 at 10:33 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day21

    EMILINKS IN MATHEMATICS

    what gives your foods maximum security – “S”?
    What gives your foods maximum safety – “S”?
    What gives your foods maximum protection – “P”

    . 2 S + P
    . . ———– = EPKD ( Emilinks Professional Kitchen Doors)
    F

  103. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    NURA – #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory#Day22
    Children are wonderful blessing from God… Its amazing watching them grow from day one to weeks, weeks to Months and Months to years. Do you know keeping babies can be so provoking, disturbing and stressful if you don’t organize your apartment with reliable Furniture from #Emilinks#.

    When I had my first daughter, her growing up was cool, easy and less stressful. I never appreciated the importance of having a good, durable kitchen door, wardrobe and cabinet from a worldwide supplier like #Emilinks# until I had my second son. We call him Soldier, because of how difficult he is to handle.

    Most times when he finds his way into the kitchen, there is no doubt that, the kitchen can never be the same. I think, kids like him find pleasure in scattering things for fun. He laughs, jubilates and happy whenever he plays with your valuables. He messes them up, littered the whole places while catching his fun.

    Today, the story is no longer the same… I can now sleep and be rest minded even when am sure my boy is already at the kitchen. The only secret behind this, is using beautiful durable products such as doors, beds, kitchen doors and cabinet from global manufacturer of world-class finishing and furnishing like #EMILINKS#

    Are your children littering your home? Don’t beat them…USE EMILINKS PRODUCTS TO ORGANIZE YOUR APARTMENT.

  104. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    LILBABZ #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day19 @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

  105. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 3:59 pm

    I have never been this embarrassed in my life before.

    I stepped out to see a friend on Tuesday rocking a bodycon dress i bought a Month ago. Normally I would stop a cab in front of the house or a bike, but today I thought I looked smashing and felt I could take a walk down the road a bit before mounting one of the means of transport.

    As I walked, I noticed everyone walking ahead of me, turning back to look at me. Some smiled while some gave some frenzy look. I thought I was smashing and my ego just about got swollen as I sashayed down the road.

    More people overtook me, muttering words as they turned back. It was until two girls walked past me, shaking their heads and laughing as they turned back that I was like “nah something is wrong”. I turned to see a lady in a shop and quickly branched to pretend I was getting something. I politely pleaded with her to take a look at my back. She obliged and simply said, “my dear, you’re a mess, go home and change your dress”.

    I felt embarrassed that I couldn’t even stand to ask her how bad it was. She offered me a scarf to tie on my waist while I head back home. Even with the scarf tied to my waist, I felt like my skin is out there and the whole world was on top of me. I got home and immediately stripped off to take a look at the dress; there were about ten termite holes designed like a map right at the ass level. “How did I not notice this?” I asked myself.

    That was how I didn’t go to see my friend again. Later that day, I went back to return the lady’s scarf and told her how I didn’t notice termites had feasted on the dress I only bought a month ago. I noticed she’s into interior designs and materials so she took me inside her shop to show me the latest and best wardrobe in town. She convinced me to change my wardrobe to Emilinks brand and I’d never suffer from termites, ants, cockroaches and their likes again. I was convinced and I wasted no time ordering for it.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day21

  106. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    #Day 22
    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    In my home, we have changed the Wardrobes to our house for 3 consecutive times. We got so tried and I really felt pity on my parents because they kept on wasting money on wardrobes that are not durable and such money we could have used in doing something much more reasonable.
    With this burden in my heart I paid a visit to my neighbor Maman Aisha one evening without mincing a word to any member of my family.
    “Asalamalaikum” (peace be unto this house) I greeted.
    “Maman Aisha na zo da damuwa” (Maman Aisha I have some worries).
    “Haba mai ya faru“? (Really, what happen?)
    “Wardrobe din mu na bamu matsala, dan Allah Ina kuka siya naku, kuma wanna kampani ne“? (Our Wardrobes is a thing of concern to us, please where did you get yours and from which company?)
    That was how she took me into her room and showed me the new one her husband just bought again, in addition to the previous one.
    My dear readers that was how this nice neighbor of mine told me all I needed to know about #Emilinks product.
    Without hesitation, i ran home, told my Dad about it. He was like which one is #Emilinks again? I told him, its the reigning global manufacturer of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices etc.
    I convinced my Dad, that we should give it a try, we did and we never regretted it.
    No doubt we are now enjoying #Emilinks Wardrobe.
    Thanks to #Emilinks

  107. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 4:01 pm

    When i grew up i discover that wardrobes in our house were looking very old, each time i complained to my parent about it and how the rooms were full of cockroach. My parent will say; call junior and make sure you chase the cockroaches away out of the wardrobes including the ones in the kitchen and tiding up everywhere. We were doing tht at least twice a week, to be precise Wednesday and Saturday.
    One Saturday morning i woke and i decided i was not going to do any domestic job so i took my hand bag and i went out of the house to go meet man who was coming around our house that time helping my dad to fix some of the spoilt things in the house i went and meet this man and told him how we were battling with cockroaches in our house, sometimes even enters our school bags. He insisted he was going to come and and flight the house, the wardrobes, the kitchen including the whole compound, i told him that was not what i came to look for.
    I came back i was very angry… I decided to look for how i could find a solution to that, i took my phone and o began to search the internet for wardrobes, doors etc. The #Emilinkdoors & #wardrobes. Pomp up on my phone with no wasting of time i then went ahead and read about #Emilinksfurniture and then immediately i ran to my dad and showed him insisted i should try and get in touch with #Emilinksfurniture without hesitating with him, and in two days our house that was a shrine cockroaches became a brand new home.
    Today we’re enjoying life in our home wth #Emilinksfurniture and life is becoming tough for cockroaches even Mosquito. I’m preaching to you out there to switch to #Emilinksfurniture and enjoy life today.
    #Emilinks, protecting #lives and #property.
    #Emilinks, #Mydoorstory #Day21

  108. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 4:02 pm

    I was the big boy of the class. Always aloof and talking only to a handful of my classmates. I wore the finest clothes and the coolest shoes. But that was when I lived in my previous hostel. I moved into a different, cheaper, hostel when I got into my final year because I wanted to be close to school.

    There was a time when we had to do a small presentation in class. I read the material thoroughly; I was determined to do well. I got my already ironed shirt and trousers and was all set for the presentation. The presentation started early and it was my turn soon after it started. I talked on and on. I turned my back to the class to point at something on the board at a point and the whole class laughed. I thought they were laughing at the joke I made before turning. But I felt uneasy along the line: There were giggles and muffled laughter every time I turned that I decided I wouldn’t turn my back again. The uneasiness even affected my presentation negatively.

    The presentation ended and I walked up to one of my friends to ask why the whole class was laughing. This was amidst queer gazes from my classmates. “Omo, your rep don spoil o.” My heart almost jumped out of my chest. He took me to a secluded place and showed me, to my utter dismay, different ugly holes made at the back of my trouser. If it were a jean, it would have been passable as ripped, but, no, it was chinos material and I had a shirt and tie on top of it. “Rats!”, I screamed. “How on earth didn’t I see these?” I was deeply embarrassed.

    I got home dejected. I visited the hostel’s caretaker in a lot of fury, complaining about the bad wardrobe responsible for my plight. “I have never been this humiliated in my life!” “This never occurred where I came from and I stayed there for three years. Three months in your hostel and I’m already miserable”, I ranted. “Get an Emilinks wardrobe for my room as soon as possible. Else, be ready to refund my payment!”

    My wardrobe was changed to Emilinks and I was at peace throughout my stay in the hostel afterwards. But the stigma lingered. I learned that when it comes to wardrobes, compromise is deadly. It’s quality or nothing at all.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory DAY22

  109. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 4:03 pm

    It was examination period in school and this period was always known for one thing: stealing! Stealing that ranged from pots of food to stoves and gas cookers. I stay in a self contain apartment with two friends so altogether we are 3 girls in an apartment. They always go for night class so, most of the time i sleep alone in the whole house till they’re back from class.
    One morning, i woke up to a text at 6:30am informing me of a course registration that wld commence at exactly 9am. I hurriedly jumped out of the bed and went straight to the kitchen, i was in so much haste, (because the lecturer in charge was a mean old man) i had to make something to eat so i wldnt battle with hunger later. I planned to make pasta and eggs. Immediately i put the pasta on the gas to parboil, i went into the bathroom to take a shower and i discovered there was no single drop of water :(. I quickly went outside through the kitchen door to fetch water from the next compound because our pumping machine has a major fault. I closed the kitchen door and left. After fetching the water, i hurried bk to the house and met a shocker!! My pot of pasta on the ground, my corned beef gone!! My gas gone! At first i didn’t believe my eyes and i didn’t even realise i had let out a long loud scream that attracted two of my neighbours. I had just been robbed under how many minutes? How will i finish my cooking? How will i feed for the coming weeks? I was so sad and HUNGRY!!!!!.
    When i finally realised i cldnt remedy the situation by crying and lamenting, i just went to the bathroom, had my bath and headed up school. I announced my ordeal in school and my course mate told me about the door his father compulsorily fixed in his apartment. I asked for the price and even though i could not afford it at that time, he gave me a loan and i had my door changed the following day. My old termite infested kitchen door must have given the thieves easy access but no more! This is exam period and no one , including me wants to spend money buying gas and pot, we’ld rather buy materials and handout :). Anyways, we all need strong and intimidating kitchen doors..my kitchen is my second bedroom and i love it just as i love my bedroom. Therefore, we must get good doors for maximum security and which other brand wl gv us that? EMILINKS! Their doors are worth every penny you hv budgeted..
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day21

  110. NURA

    August 29, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    2) Segzy – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 21

    My mom’s sisters paid my wife and i an unexpected visit recently. Since my mom passed on, they had assumed her role to my chagrin. “Ken it’s like you people have changed your wardrobe”, Aunty Vivian said with disappointment, as she came out of our bedroom. I gritted my teeth in annoyance. Whenever they came, they would walk into any of the cupboards and wardrobe, and take whatever they like. The last time I tried to stop them, they had made life miserable for my wife, when we went to the village for Christmas. “Yes ma we changed our wardrobes and doors to Emilinks”. I said politely. No one could open our wardrobes without our permission again. “Our in law we want fisherman’s soup today,” Aunty Mercy said, addressing my wife. My heart sank. After a series of miscarriages, my wife was once again pregnant, and we were trying to keep the news to ourselves. However the smell of fish or strong odours makes her throw up and that would give away our news.

    Locking the kitchen door firmly, thank God we changed it to Emilinks, I turned to my wife and asked her to write down how to cook the stew. Against her protests, I made her stand outside the exit door in the kitchen away from the aroma, while she supervised my cooking. My aunties were not even aware that I was the one doing the cooking as the kitchen door blocked out our voices. Once I was done, I left my wife to serve the food, while I took the exit door and went in through the front door, pretending I was at a neighbour’s. Complimenting my wife, they ate the food and left soon after. But the joy on my wife’s face at avoiding another family drama, was worth every penny i spent changing our doors and wardrobes to Emilinks

    • NURA

      August 29, 2016 at 4:06 pm

      ALL THE BEST

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