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The #EMILINKS N3,000,000 Giveaway is Still on! Meet the Lucky Day 17 Winners & be 1 of 10 Nigerians to WIN N10,000 in Day 18 #MyDoorStory

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The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,000,000 Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 17 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 12 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

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1) Nnedimma – @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
A wardrobe can make or mar someone. My old wardrobe is cockroach infested. I have phobia for cockroaches, even in deep slumber, I can sense the presence of one perched on a wall. And because of this I normally keep a broom beside my bed which I use to kill it. I knew where those cockroaches were coming out from but I kept procrastinating, telling myself that at the end of the month, that I would change my old wooden wardrobe made by the carpenter living within my area. The wardrobe is heavily infested with wood worm, termites and cockroaches that most times, I have to fling any cloth brought out from there a couple of times before wearing it to rid them of any insect.
On this particular day, I went to the office, Audu my colleague has been making passes at me, but men, I kept telling him that he has nothing to offer me other than the same amount that we are being paid every month. So I cat-walked into my office I share with Audu and three other persons. One look at me from Audu, he asked me
‘Babe, you decided to come to the office today with your kinsmen?’
‘Have your people already decided to collect your bride price without telling me again?’

At first I was lost, I didn’t know what he meant by that. It was even when he came and took out the dangling cockroach at the collar of my shirt and the whole office erupted into laughter that everything made sense to me.
I was so ashamed of myself that I could not go to lunch that day again. I didn’t need anyone to tell me the root of my problem. So on my way back I went to the market to get a better wardrobe. And after much supervision, I settled for #Emilinks wardrobe, a good, accommodating and quality wardrobe with fine finishing.

Now I don’t have to worry about wood worms, cockroaches and pest.
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 17

Nnedinma

2) Philmara – Come babe, have you noticed how Jane is always shining? See her attire, as if it just came from the laundry. Yes oo, am telling you, replied Aisha to Mimi. I admire her oo. Chai, I do wonder what’s her secret. Hmm, you can’t believe it. Aisha laments! I went to the market the other day, with the new clothes I just bought, Trust me na, I hanged it in my wardrobe. I was walking with my shoulder’s high and head up, showing off my new pick. I never cared to check the clothes since it was new and it’s been in the wardrobe since I bought it. When I was leaving the mall everyone was staring at me, some were even pointing at me as if I had shit on my body. I thought they were admiring my outfit but their faces said otherwise. I became uneasy, a lady now called me, thank God for her, she took me into the restroom and showed me the back of my white and blue dress, a heavy zig-zag line left by the legs of moths. I couldn’t believe, babe. I almost wished i could just disappear from there. I had to use the backdoor oo. When I went home, almost all my clothes had signatures of moths and spiders on it, my black suits oo. But wait first oo, said Mimi, is it not the same thing that Jane uses in her house? Abi no be the same wardrobe all of us get? So in order to know why Jane’s clothes, shoes and clothings are always top notched and aired, they decided to visit their friend. When they got to her house. Aisha asked Jane casually what the secret of her latest grace is. Jane smile and kept quiet, being the type that doesn’t talk too much, she took them to her room, and they were like wow, all agape at the brilliance of her wardrobe. And sure there was a clear stark difference. There is no way under the heavens that moths and spiders can scale through Jane’s wardrobe. Talk more of peeing on her clothes. So Jane, with a sigh of triumph, narrated that all credit goes to Emilinks doors, you can order for it and it will be delivered. Emilinks doors is just what every woman with a taste needs in her house. Same goes for my kitchen, solid and impregnable. Aisha looked at her friend and said, babe, waiting we dey wait na, make we ma up our game, ehen, Jane girl, how far na, how can we get it, like sharp, sharp? It’s very simple, just visit http://www.emilinks.com, or you can even ask Bellanaija, or Twitter @emilinksng, Facebook at EmilinksNG. Hey, just like that? I didn’t know. Oya, make we dey go, with Emilinks, no more disgrace, Get Emilinks doors, and up your game! Thanks in advance Emilinks #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day17

Philmara

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3) @dopefreeze- #Emilinks #mydoorstory @EmilinksNG
D kitchen really is d heart of d home where family gathers$where d magic happens☺

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4) @Helenaloveth- @bellanaija Good wardrobe keeps your clothes neat and protect them from rats and cockroaches #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

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5) Opeyemi O. – Day17
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory
I am guy that loves looking good and more so I work in a sector whose main criteria was a good and properly arranged appearance. But I had a problem of proper organization and the fact that I barely had time for myself made it worse.I was struggling with this battle and I decided to talk to my fiancee about it and she said why didn’t I tell her all this while.She said there was something that could solve that problem. I wondered what that will be and she said there’s a wardrobe we will buy and its produced by Emilinks.I said I needed a wardrobe that was spacious and that had partitions to put my shoes,belt,wears and the rest.She said I shouldn’t bother much about it that she’ll help me go about it and i gave some money.My fiancee was true to her words,the wardrobe was breathtaking. I appreciated her the more.My Emilinks wardrobe was installed and ever since then my clothes remain properly arranged,all I need do is keep my shoes where they are supposed to be,my belts and wears and they remain the way I kept them even if I have to travel for a long while unlike how it used to be before.Thank you Emilinks for this wonderful product…Wish you more blessings and patronage.

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6) Alao I.– ‪#Emilinks‬ ‪#MyDoorStory‬ Day 17 After returning home last session,I discovered much of my wears both English and traditional were missing,how?;I thought.Immediately my elder brother got back home I questioned him and he told me he gave out some of my wears mostly traditional thinking I wouldn’t wear them again..Aww I was sorrowful.Can’t someone go to a university and come back home and still meet their things inplace in?.Most painful was the traditional wears I mostly rock during the yam festival in my village.Not wanting to miss the festival,I quickly made preparation for my favorite traditional wear,”Agbada”. On the festival day,I clothed myself with my Agbada ready to jollycate with my mates.I so much had fun,Thank goodness I wasn’t left out.After the festival I decided on having a wardrobe in our room with different locks for us.Now I can easily go to school and still meet my clothes.For quality,durability,strength and price wise,I went for Emilinks wardrobe for myself safekeeping of my traditional wears.Am now the new kabiyesi of my home…… Now I have my wears intact..Thanks to Emilinks wardrobe

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7) Badamasi S. #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory#Day17 To most of us, the idea of using a kitchen door is a waste of money. The wrong assumption is that, kitchen is an integral part of the building that only leads to the dinning and no stranger can come through it from outside. We often forget that, kitchen is the most important part of the house. That’s where we keep our food and if not properly locked, enemies can get into it and steal or poison our food stuff. You just said God Forbid? OK… God Forbid but use Emilinks door and always lock it for SAFETY.

Am sure, after reading my story, you will learn the habit of locking your kitchen door as much as you lock others whenever you are going out.

Just last month, my roommate and I went to night class in preparation for our final year exam. Robbers broke into our kitchen through the back ceiling with the intention of going to the main room through the kitchen door to take our laptops and electronics.

Unfortunately for them, early hour on that day before we left to school. We locked all the doors, including that of the kitchen. So, they were so surprised to meet it locked because their prediction is that, most houses do leave their kitchen doors unlocked. They attempted breaking the door with knife but all to no avail.

Thereafter, they searched seriously for anything they can steal from the kitchen but nothing, because as a matter of fact, we cooked the remaining rice at home before we left to night class. The burglars decided to compensate their effort by casting away our cooking gas, and utensils.

To us, our cooking gas was a lost, but the pain would have been terrible if they got access to our room where they would have gone away with our laptops and electronics which were their main targets. This would have seriously drawn me back, because my final year project is in the system and no back up for it anywhere.

Can you now believe that, its not only good to get a strong, durable and secured kitchen doors from #Emilinks, but it is also important to always get it locked all the time.

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8) @jomi_black- #Day17. I’m a student, 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. A wise man once said and I quote ” Dress the way you want to be Addressed”. Arguably ; a lady will go out with a guy who’s appearance is ok and superb than one who’s appearance is bad. #MyDoorStory # Emilinks @bellanaijaonline

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9) @amaranwakire- Wardrobe simple put is a closet used in storing valuables and clothes ,years back when I was single I use to liter my cloths anyhow wherever I pull it.fast forward when I started dating my them fiancé now hubby ,he was so organized that I got jealous of him,I started learning from him on how to arrange cloths and keep it safe ,now am a pro in wardrobe arrangement and it makes my room so neat and free because u will not see any of my clothes liters anyhow ,if you don’t have one you can get yours from Emilinks shop ranging from stable and movable which you can carry about even when you are changing apartment #myDoorStory #Emilinks #day17

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10) @sexyblessing86- My Wardrobe is the Castle that house my Clothes, Bags, Shoes, Jewelries. Last year, I was preparing for a job interview and I didn’t know which cloth to put on for the interview. I decided that a suit would do but I had no money to buy a new good suit as an applicant that I was then. I was very troubled, because I needed to have an edge over the rest. I kept thinking what to do, I decided to go through my Wardrobe, I was checking out all the clothes in it. Alas, I found one of my suit that I haven’t wore over a year and was surprised it was still looking all new. It wouldn’t have be possible seeing that suit still good if not for the wardrobe that shielded it from Dust and Cobwebs. Above all, it saved me from buying another suit even as I didn’t have the money to get a new money. I wore the suit to the interview looking great in it and Glory Be to God, I got the job. ?????? That’s one of the numerous advantage of a good Wardrobe that has a good door synonymous to the Emilinks Door. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks @bellanaijaonline

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104 Comments

  1. Geraldine Anulika

    August 25, 2016 at 11:06 am

    Day18
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Without a good wardrobe your clothes are sure to be scattered
    One good reason I love traveling to my aunts place it’s because the wardrobe.while traveling I will pack my clothes anyhow in my traveling bag knowing fully well that when I get to my aunts place and get in contact with the wardrobe I would be force to arrange it because of its structure and settings.
    This wardrobe has a very unique and innovative design,its built in a way that you don’t have to stress yourself while trying to sort out your clothes.its unique balance will make a rumpled clothes iron.
    Secondly it has this nice fragrance that will leave ur clothes smelling nice with out bothering to use a perfume.
    I noticed that anytime I pick a clothe out of the wardrobe to wear I feel comfortable,look neater,smell nice and I am always admired..with all this special qualities of this wardrobe I was forced to ask about it… Guess what???!!! It’s Emilinks wardrobe. I couldn’t wait to get home this time around to tell my parents about it.
    Now we have an Emilinks wardrobe in all the rooms in our house.I don’t need to travel to my aunts place to use her wardrobe cause I have mine now.
    “dress the way you want to be addressed”….emilinks wardrobe helps in my appearance and I’m addressed well. Thanks

    • JACK jACK

      August 25, 2016 at 1:47 pm

      hmmmmmmm…

  2. Henry

    August 25, 2016 at 11:07 am

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Day 18.
    I just remembered an experience I had about Emilinks wardrobes when I was in the third year at the University. I had moved in newly into a new apartment with my friend, and had already bought most of the things I need in the room, including the wardrobe. However, the first day I visited my neighbour’s room, I got attracted to his own wardrobe because of its lush design and premium appearance, (meanwhile, I didn’t even know that Emilinks produces wardrobes then). So upon Inquiry from the guy, he told me that the wardrobe was one of the Emilinks’ finishing products that his father bought for his room, but that he loves it so much and had to bring it along to his school apartment. I quickly called my mother that evening to buy Emilinks products for my new room, because we were about to move into a new home then. Emilinks is just the best !

  3. eniola Kareem

    August 25, 2016 at 11:09 am

    It’s gonna be my first day at school. Even if it’s freezing I had no choice than to had my bath in no time I was out of the bathroom Chai I couldn’t use half of the water in the bucket. I managed to had a good bath despite the cold weather and rushed out. Checking out my new hostel Emilinks wardrobe gives me joy. I brought out one of my best shirts with a nice skirt and a black shoe I heard one of my roommate asking me if I don’t need to iron them I told them my clothes were well arranged inside my Emilinks wardrobe so I don’t need to iron my clothes twice before putting it on… Thanks to Emilinks wardrobe for saving me from daily stress.. Am always able to dress to my taste since Emilinks wardrobe got me covered
    Having a gud kitchen door will save external burglar from entering D kitchen#Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 18

  4. anita

    August 25, 2016 at 11:09 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18
    Security is not an option but a necessity. A kitchen door has to be a reliable door used in the home.As a strong door is planned & fixed at the entrance of a home to prevent robbers, a kichen door must be a strong door to prevent burglars from entering through the kichen door.These took me back on the memory lane of how i was in need of an apartment, all the houses i saw was beautiful with good entrance door but the kitchen door where normal doors. With a kick, the door is open for burglars to enter.I wasn’t satisfied , i kept on searching until the agent showed me another one, Seeing the quality of the entrance & kitchen door, Smiles light up my faces seeing #Emilinks door. I made payment immediately cos the door assures me of maximum security.Each time i open the door to kitchen, either a sweet aroma welcomes me in or am sure of getting to eat something as my Belle drums for hunger.

  5. Blessing

    August 25, 2016 at 11:10 am

    #Day18
    #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.

  6. okpis Benjamin

    August 25, 2016 at 11:10 am

    Day 18
    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 went to the bank and withdrew my last kobo to order for an Emilinks door.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  7. Richard C

    August 25, 2016 at 11:10 am

    Day18
    #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.

  8. Abiodun

    August 25, 2016 at 11:10 am

    Day 18 — Wardrobes are safes for our clothes, the way banks are safes for our money #EmilinksNG #MyWardrobeStory

  9. Kelvin kess

    August 25, 2016 at 11:11 am

    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!
    Day 18
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  10. anita

    August 25, 2016 at 11:11 am

    My Wardrobe story happened one faithful morning around 6:00am, i was sleeping when I received a call about a job interview , i hurriedly rushed out of my bed and get a cold shower as I could not afford to miss the chance of getting the job. I checked what wear to put open, on getting to my bag all my iron shirts were all squeeze and unfit for job interview , i ran to the new Emilinks Wardrobe I bought some days back, i was fortunate to have hang some few dress to which I pick up and went for the interview. That day I understand apart from the main reason to which I bought the Wardrobe ( for decoration and beautification as it is the best In town. ) they perform alot of useful function. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #day18

  11. Nnika

    August 25, 2016 at 11:12 am

    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

  12. Ayo

    August 25, 2016 at 11:13 am

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

  13. Douglas

    August 25, 2016 at 11:14 am

    If you’re a woman, one of the most important part of your house you wanna have a good door would easily be your kitchen.

    My husband is one funny man who could be a bit annoying at times..
    There are days we quarrel and I sort out means to get at him and absolutely I don’t find any. The only way I could think of most times is letting him starve till he comes to that bed and apologise and give me those good feelings. But whenever I try that, he ends up getting his way because of the stupid doors in the kitchen.

    How he gets in after I lock the kitchen doors, I absolutely do not know and do care cos I was much interested in how he doesn’t get in. So a friend suggested I secretly changed the doors to our kitchen to Emilinks doors, telling me a lot about the strength and agility of the brand.

    So one weekend he was on a business trip, I ordered the Emilinks doors online and they swiftly delivered and installed one for me.

    He returned home one night and gives me all those squeaky attitudes – I hate them and he just doesn’t apologise.

    I simply went into the kitchen, left the doors ajar, cooked his favourites making sure all the seasonings were available and I made sure to let the ventilation system circulate the aroma all to the sitting room through to his room. When the meal was almost ready, I could hear him going up and down the house from the sitting room to his bedroom upstairs. I gave out several wicked giggles he could hear and i sang my favourite songs and even the ones he hates to piss him off.

    I stayed awake in the living room watching Africa Magic till it was about 11pm and I retired to bed locking my Emilinks doors and confidently knowing I was at the peak of getting at this hubby of mine.

    I was deeply asleep when someone woke me up by 3am. “Darling, are you sleeping?” he asked. “No! I was meditating”..I muttered..”What is it?”

    I could see how pale he looked after draining his mouth of saliva. He went on to tell me how he can’t sleep, saying he didn’t realise I had changed the door in the kitchen. He was surprised when he realised I did changed the door cos of him and I made him beg and promise never to neglect or shout at me again before I could stand up and go microwave his meal.

    After eating, he gave me the best night on that bed ever and not only has he been well behaved, he changed all the doors in the house to Emilinks including our wardrobes.

    #Day18, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  14. anita

    August 25, 2016 at 11:14 am

    On February 16 2015, I woke up with so much joy because I just got a job after waiting ten years to get a good one. so I quickly got out of bed, took my bath and got back into my room to bring out my well ironed blue fitted shirt, black skirt and a blazer from my wardrobe. well I tried to open the wardrobe with little or no strength as I used to do but it no, my wardrobe wasn’t gonna open easily that day. I then tried harder because I was already beginning to feel uneasy but it still didn’t open. Oh no! why today of all days. I have to get my cloth out of here so I called my brother who also tried to no avail. By then I had started crying because I was beginning to run late. In the end, my brother had to break the wardrobe because I could not afford to loose a job I just got because of a bad wardrobe. So I got my cloth, dressed up and went to work. Unfortunately, I got to work late on my first day of resumption and I was told that day’s salary will be deducted from my salary as it is contained in their rules that was after I had been tongue lashed by the HR manager. I felt bad but I was still excited that I didn’t loose my job. By the time my salary came in at the end of the month, I had to replace my wardrobe with Emilinks wardrobe. Meanwhile, I had to leave my wardrobe open with a big table placed in front of the wardrobe door so it wont close till the end of the month. Thanks Emilinks because i’ve not had any torture from my wardrobe since I changed it. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 18

  15. Segzy

    August 25, 2016 at 11:14 am

    #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!

  16. Berry

    August 25, 2016 at 11:16 am

    I am the notorious rat in the village everyone has been wary about. I hear them calling me a funny name ‘eku’ as I terrorise their kitchens and devour their food stuffs.

    Many of them wonder how I make it into their kitchen after sealing everywhere. Little did they know I simply bore a hole just at the edge of their weak wooden door below close to the floor and shrink myself as I pass through.

    At times I eat enough and I am too fat to leave, I wait till they open the door in the morning and I sneak out easily. They buy all manner of rat gums and rat poison but hey, I am the greatest rat that ever liveth, I find my away around them.

    There this particular house I love so much. I love the pot of soup this woman cooks for me every night with loads of meats and fish. I know the days she cooked her soup and those days, I do not miss visiting her kitchen to dine.

    Last night was hell for me. I visited this woman’s kitchen and I couldn’t find my secret entrance. I wasn’t going to starve this night and i decided to create a new entrance through the door. I lost all my teeth trying to bore a hole and now I feel sore. I missed my pot of soup last night but I do not even have the teeth to eat any food right now.

    Before leaving, I looked up to see the name of the door and I could read Emilinks branded on it. I will be sure to avoid any house with such name on their kitchen door when my teeth are back and I am ready to continue terrorizing every kitchen in the community.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory – Day 18

  17. anita

    August 25, 2016 at 11:16 am

    #Emilinks#bellanaija#my door story #day18
    A good wardrobe saves you from the embarrasment of cockroach eggs.
    I went on a date with my new boyfriend in one of the most expensive restraunts in lagos.it was the first time we met after a long while of communicating through the mobile phone.
    I wore my best gown, a heely sandals and a purse, looking as beautiful as alwys to entice my boyfriend, sure he did compliment on seeing me.
    We became more excited and chatty,sipping our drinks too.
    Few minutes later he said “bae whats that on your dress?” Pointing towards my shoulder.I lookedd to see what was there, Behold a “dark brown cockroach egg” was on my Cinderella dress ,i excused my self, went into the ladys to clean off d mess.I felt so shy and embarassed to face him, what will he think of me now, being the first time we met and he noticed that.
    If only my wadrobe could close properly or made of well polished materials like that of emilinks, This silly cockroach wouldnt have gained acess to my wadrobe to the extent of laying eggs on my cloth and I could have been saved from this embarassment.
    I changed my wadrobe to that of emilinks, which closed properly leaving no space or holes for cockroaches and that was the end of cockroaches and its eggs in my wadrobe.All tnks to Emilink wadrobes.

  18. Joy Atuadi

    August 25, 2016 at 11:18 am

    Day18
    #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.

  19. anita

    August 25, 2016 at 11:19 am

    I personally did not care about my wardrobe.it was simply an insignificant structure to me.l was the scattered type who only arranged her wardrobe when my bestie came visiting because it irritated her.l only cared about my wardrobe because it hide all my messy stuff and gave my room a clean look once closed.my wardrobe can be so hard to open but that didn’t bother me at all because it could close.l devised a means of living with the fault by selecting and bringing out all my work cloths and any other cloth l might need within the week.being that l was a journalist,l had the opportunity to interview a model and thats when my wardrobe story took a different turn.she showed my crew and l,her bedroom and when l saw her wardrobe and the way her cloths were all hung and neatly arranged.l wanted that wardrobe right away.she told me it was an emilinks,affordable and accessible to all class of people.she made a remark which still stuck till today,the emilinks brand,the people’s choice….with comfort in mind.throughout the duration of the interview,all l thought of was ditching my wardrobe and getting an emilinks asap.
    And guess what!l did just that and its been comfort all the way.No more tussel with opening my wardrobe.with emilinks my room became more beautiful and presentable.emilinks,the best brand for a happy home.#day18 #emilinks #mydoorstory.

  20. chidinma

    August 25, 2016 at 11:19 am

    @ Emilinks NG @Bellanaija
    Great food is like Great sex. The more you have it the more you want. My Emilinks kitchen door gives me great access to occupy the great tender heart of my SPOUSE. thanks to Emilinks door.
    # Emilinks#My Door Story #Day 18

  21. Adejumobi Oluwafunke

    August 25, 2016 at 11:27 am

    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 smoke or fire passage I was saved,thanks to emilinks doors because emilinks doors are durable and saved it my home.
    #Emilinks #My door story#Day18

  22. Mahka

    August 25, 2016 at 11:29 am

    #Emilinks My door story Day 18.
    My cousin brother is an Engineer,at the moment he has so much time on his hands-not employed.Dude is a Jack of all trades.
    I come back from work daily and there he was bragging about the day’s fixes. I didn’t want to burst his bubble by complaining about how the door he fixed still has wires n metals poking out,so I cheered him on.
    Everyday is one new fixes;bathroom door,kitchen bolts with all the junk wires n metal scraps still poking out. One faithful Saturday morning,after I had just launched my new Asoebi attire,on getting to the front door the dreaded scraps I thought I avoided pokes me and reaps through my dress. It stopped my day and immediately called my carpenter to change all the bad doors. Anger wasn’t enough to describe my mood,was so pissed at my cousin and at the door.
    We woke up on Sunday morning to the sounds of Emilinks doors being replaced in the living room. My face beamed with smiles cos I knew’beta don come’. Even my poor cousin who was expressionless knew;it was about time for a change. Now we get to dance n prance around the house without the fear of a tear. Emilinks doors to the rescue all day everyday.

  23. Gemonyi

    August 25, 2016 at 11:31 am

    Day 18
    To get a Man’s heart is truly from his belly.
    Little did I know how true this was. My fiance and I had a disagreement and it was about two months to our engagement, I had promised to see his Parents on that fateful day. Prior to then I told his sister that I would assist in cooking that afternoon. So I ignored our little fight, headed to the Market, bought some items and still went to the Family House. He was there, I chatted with the family a bit and left for the kitchen. Even before I had finished, his dad was complementing me of the Aroma of the food. He said nothing and kept quiet. I just continued with my cooking. I finished cooking and made Fruit punch alongside and dished the food immediately as I had to leave for home. I asked if he wanted, he said he wasn’t sure he was hungry. I just took my beg and greeted the family and left. He barely spoke a word as I left. On getting home, see missed calls….. they were so many as my phone was on silent.
    Apparently, he said he couldn’t resist the Aroma as everyone kept gushing about the food. He dished himself and he felt sorry instantly. He talked about how sorry he was for not talking to me and for being immature about the fight we had. I was smiling because a Meal changed and Ended our fight. When we finished chatting. I quickly Googled for new recipes I would cook for us when we move to our home. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  24. Ruhamah

    August 25, 2016 at 11:40 am

    As young girls and budding mothers, we all know the importance of a kitchen in a house. Even, the men are not left out when it is from this same room that delicious meals wafts out from. It will be a plus when the kitchen has got beautiful, strong doors to boost its divine beauty. None other fits this description than Emilinks doors. #Emilinks#My door story#Day18.

  25. ONYINYECHI E.

    August 25, 2016 at 11:41 am

    #EMILINKS
    #MyDoorStory #Day18

    The significance of a good wardrope applies on all facets of our daily endeavour. I had an unforgettable, but equally life-changing learning experience as regards my former old tiny wardrope (and using a portion of my bed for my cloth/outfits – stocking); before a friend introduced me to the better door fitted, spacious & quality #Emilinks brand.

    On this very day, as i wore an outfit to a wedding – about 2 huge fierce looking cockroaches suddenly escaped swiftly/jumped out of my pockets, cloth linings, everywhere…OMG (it’s obvious they were long stuck under my outfits, credit to the not-good wardrope in my room then…CHAI, SEE ME SEE WAHALA; the scene mockery i got from pals (people around) was quite disheartening – they were even clapping for me & even stated, suggesting getting drinks for our incredible strange fellow guests. Lol! Equally i encountered those tiny (quite invicible) ANTS hit-biting my buttocks (a k a my bum bum) on transit via my worn trousers (earlier kept in my former wardrope), thus i swerved ran off the road, ran into the bush, pulled off & threw away the damn trousers & my brief (cos of the eventual discomfort)…my pals thought i’m on nollywood movie shoot-out without a producer/camera/fellow actors’ crew. We call those ant species the CHIMCHIM ant (in the southeast); chai, which kind thing be all these…i don enter & dey always enter yawa for not having a good wardrope at home).

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

    Quite a while just now, i do enjoy the ffg benefits of having a quality wardrope, thus

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

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

    – I can travel, stay away for months, return & still grab an outfit & step out without qualms (cos of #Emilinks proper ventilated state of art wardrope

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

    – my clothing hangs better & when worn, i love what i own cos appearance matters & those my pals even kept following suit for tested & trusted doors/wardrope household fittings/fixtures of #EMILINKS brand!!!

  26. kelechi ohanu

    August 25, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Iv never been the type to pay attention to detail. I was always a carefree person till one incident changed my life forever. Being a young bachelor, I lived alone and barely entertained visitors. But in the midst of my smooth going life, I noticed I was always a victim of Loss of items. From clothes to shoes down to even my briefs. I never really payed attention, I just concluded I was been careless, but being careless in my small room? I simply waves off the thought of an intruder. On this very occasion, my company arranged for me to travel to south Africa for a training. I was quite excited cos iv neva left the shores of this country. My boss wanted to come to my house for some last minute review before I leave in 2 days. Being a very meticulous man, the first thing he noticed in my house was my wardrobe cos I stay in a self contained apartment. He commented on how funny it looked and adviced I got a new one. I jokingly told him I couldn’t afford one right now and to my shocking surprise her called a company and made an order for a wardrobe and it was delivered in no time. Wow it was amazing. He later explained it was emilinks, that that are the best in town in household furniture. I was grateful for the change cos it also gave my room a new look. Weeks later I came bk from my training only to discover my house had been burgled. Things like my television had been taken. The first thing I did was check the wardrobe cos that was were i kept all my documents and certificates. Luckily everything was intact. Iv never been happier. Thank you emilinks for the quality you make. Ill spread the news abroad.
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 18

  27. abimbola

    August 25, 2016 at 11:45 am

    as a student in a female hostel, I used to have this roommate who had no clue about what it means to keep the room tidy. as a neat freak that I am, I always took care of that part..but it got to a point, I got frustrated, because the one wardrobe we shared had turned into a cockroach’s den all thanks to her

    so one day, I bought a new emilinks wardrobe…I must confess it was perfect and far better than the cockroach’s den… it was spacious, had a big mirror in front and two layers below for arranging shoes….things became a lot better…

    few weeks later, I noticed a change in my roommate’s attitude towards being tidy, her cockroach’s den wardrobe was well arranged..when I asked her why she suddenly becomes st.neat, she confessed to being jealous of my new wardrobe and wanted to have d same…..I just laughed it off cos nothing compares to my emilinks wardrobe but deep down I was glad my wardrobe changed her in a way because keeping clothes and belongings in a orderly manner matters, thats d main essence of getting a wardrobe in the first place…#day 18# #emilinks# #my door story#.

  28. Annie

    August 25, 2016 at 11:48 am

    I have never been this embarrased 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, muterring words as they turned back. It was until two girls walked past me, shakng 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 ontop 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 wardrobd in town. She convinced me to change my wardrobe to Emilinks brand and I’d never suffer from termites, ants, cockcroaches and their likes again. I was convinced and I wasted no time odering for it.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18

  29. Abiodun

    August 25, 2016 at 11:51 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.

  30. Prestige

    August 25, 2016 at 11:55 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day18.
    When we have a bad or non quality wardrobe there could also be some disadvantages to it.
    Last year December, during Christmas my neighbor lost her daughter. Her daughter usually loved playing hide and seek game. That faithful day the girl was playing hide and seek inside the house with her cousins. She always had a knack for finding unusual hiding spots.
    This time she picked one a little too good. It was a wardrobe located in her mothers room. She quickly jumped and closed the wardrobe doors. After about 1 hour of her cousins searching to catch her, they could not find her. They went around the house calling out for her and even deceived her that her mom is back from the market with lots of chocolates, but still she did not come out. Unknown to them she was already dead from suffocating.
    At 1pm that day when the mother returned from the market the cousins complained that they have not seen the little girl. The mother always knew her hiding spot and immediately went to her wardrobe. She struggled and struggled to open the wardrobe but it did not open, until she had to force it very well, then she saw her dead child there.
    The wardrobe did not have a lock from inside so there was no way the daughter would have locked herself up. The wardrobe got stuck because it wasn’t a good one.
    We should not trust all wardrobe because it can either bring smile to our faces or sorrows. BUT with #Emilinks we are save and secured from harms.

  31. Busolammy

    August 25, 2016 at 11:55 am

    #Day 17 #my door story #Emilinks
    I am an undergraduate in a Nigeria University and Unfortunately, I Live in an off Campus Hostel with some really wild guys, These guys are Involved in all forms of Internet Fraud and spend their money Lavishly on Anything except food, Yes! you read that right, they take expensive alcoholic drinks, Ride in Nice and expensive Cars, wear the best of the best Clothes but never spend Money on food, The task of feeding them fell on me, whether I was willing or not, They would all come in Numbers to knock at my door begging for food, poor me would have to let go of the delicious foods prepared for My friends and I. When I could not cope anymore, i decided to always lock my kitchen door and lie to them that I have no food, I prepared a delicious stew with Rice rice on a fateful day, placed it on a table in the kitchen then locked the kitchen door while I went to get a soft drink in the next street, i walked with a spring in my steps, confident in the knowledge that I have my food locked up and will not be sharing with the guys, I was shell shocked when i got back home and met the kitchen door wide ajar, I rushed inside to check my pots of food but they were nowhere to be found, Furiously I marched to the guys apartment and i met them eating my rice and stew directly from the pot, one of them laughed and said you think you don lock up hey? you no know say your kitchen door no good at all, all we did was peep through the hole in it and we saw the pots of food on the table, Na only one kick of my leg I gave that thingyou called door before it to opened Yakata, I felt like giving him a hot slap right then but I didn’t dare! I furiously marched to our Landlord”s apartment and told him I have had it with the bad kitchen with no cabinets and no door, it is either he replaces the door and have cabinets fixed or refund my money, he told me how sorry he is and promised to change the door the coming week, he also gave me money for my loss, As promised, he bought Emilinks kitchen cabinets and door the next week and had it fitted to my kitchen, Now I cook my delicious meal and lock them safely in the cabinet then lock my dependable Emilinks door, the guys no longer have access to my food. they only smell the aroma of my delicious foods, they do not get to taste out of it against my will, Thank you Emilinks!
    #Day 18 #My door story #Emilinks

  32. Busolammy

    August 25, 2016 at 11:56 am

    #Day 18 #my door story #Emilinks
    I am an undergraduate in a Nigeria University and Unfortunately, I Live in an off Campus Hostel with some really wild guys, These guys are Involved in all forms of Internet Fraud and spend their money Lavishly on Anything except food, Yes! you read that right, they take expensive alcoholic drinks, Ride in Nice and expensive Cars, wear the best of the best Clothes but never spend Money on food, The task of feeding them fell on me, whether I was willing or not, They would all come in Numbers to knock at my door begging for food, poor me would have to let go of the delicious foods prepared for My friends and I. When I could not cope anymore, i decided to always lock my kitchen door and lie to them that I have no food, I prepared a delicious stew with Rice rice on a fateful day, placed it on a table in the kitchen then locked the kitchen door while I went to get a soft drink in the next street, i walked with a spring in my steps, confident in the knowledge that I have my food locked up and will not be sharing with the guys, I was shell shocked when i got back home and met the kitchen door wide ajar, I rushed inside to check my pots of food but they were nowhere to be found, Furiously I marched to the guys apartment and i met them eating my rice and stew directly from the pot, one of them laughed and said you think you don lock up hey? you no know say your kitchen door no good at all, all we did was peep through the hole in it and we saw the pots of food on the table, Na only one kick of my leg I gave that thingyou called door before it to opened Yakata, I felt like giving him a hot slap right then but I didn’t dare! I furiously marched to our Landlord”s apartment and told him I have had it with the bad kitchen with no cabinets and no door, it is either he replaces the door and have cabinets fixed or refund my money, he told me how sorry he is and promised to change the door the coming week, he also gave me money for my loss, As promised, he bought Emilinks kitchen cabinets and door the next week and had it fitted to my kitchen, Now I cook my delicious meal and lock them safely in the cabinet then lock my dependable Emilinks door, the guys no longer have access to my food. they only smell the aroma of my delicious foods, they do not get to taste out of it against my will, Thank you Emilinks!
    #Day 18 #My door story #Emilinks

  33. Kemi

    August 25, 2016 at 11:56 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

  34. Tonye

    August 25, 2016 at 11:57 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    My short story starts with its end which is I’m surely getting a door from Emilinks, a front door another for my kitchen and then my room, but let’s rewind to why? The door into my house jams so you always need a key to open it, trick is, you turn the handle and the key at the same time. Safest way to stop yourself from getting trapped inside is to remember never remove the key from the key hole unless you need to lock the door from outside.

    So this faithful day I returned from work and it was about to rain, I told myself “I better leave the gate open so whoever wants to come in won’t have to knock or wait a while and then get wet”. I also didn’t want to go out in the rain to open the gate (you know now, my hair), so I removed the key from the the key hole and headed towards the gate (I didn’t obey my own rule right? Well, I needed to open the padlock on the gate, same bunch holds both keys) afterwards I walked into the house feeling like the greatest and smartest achiever of the evening when it started to rain.

    Fast forward to when someone returned home and knocked, I asked myself why the person was still knocking the gate when I opened it already, so I walked to the door and then it hit me, the key was on the other side of the door!!!. Sigh, so I had taken it out, opened the padlock, walked with it to the door, opened the door with it but forgot to remove it from the keyhole on the other side of the door, I also didn’t open the gate, all I did was open the padlock. So it was in that one day I knew I had all the technical skills, I became a carpenter, I got a screwdriver, screwed the entire handle of the door out and tampered with everything I saw until I pushed one that finally opened the door, you can trust that this didn’t happen as fast as I typed it, I went on for long minutes before I was finally able to open the door. I learnt a lesson,the importanceof good doors, I could imagine getting jammed inside my kitchen or my room especially when I’m all alone in the house.

    At the end, I still got wet, my friend got wet and then I said to myself “I’m surely getting a door from Emilinks, a front door, another for my kitchen and then my room”.

  35. flames

    August 25, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day18
    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, that day 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 #day18

  36. flames

    August 25, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day18
    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 #day18

  37. Alonge Oluwabukola

    August 25, 2016 at 12:17 pm

    #Emilinks #bellanaija
    #MyDoorStory # Day18
    I remember the event that made me a proud owner of an #Emilinks wardrobe.
    My paternal grandmother just passed on, Dad being the first son was busy making burial plans.Before my granny’s demise, My Dad had told Mom in a subtle manner to c to it dt our wardrobe ws changed as it was fast becoming rodents abode. Three days to d big day, d cooking, frying, souvenir n stickers everyone was busy. As for me, I kept day dreaming about WAT I was gonna look like in my attire, d aso-oke, d accessories etc. Unknown to me, my kid sister who loves chocolate had wrapped some up with my clothing.The D-day came,Uncle Tayo was behind d wheel waiting for us to put our luggage’s in the car. On opening my wardrobe, I let out a fearsome scream, I saw a big rat jump out wit what looms like pieces of my cloth at its heels d scream invited everyone into d room my mom held d cloth and her face turned red. Meanwhile, my kid sister apologetically said she kept bars of chocolate wt my clothes. Mom sighed and said Tnk God it’s Jxt the gele. While in d car, she told uncle tayo that come next Saturday, they were going to purchase some sets of furniture.While I was away at Tonye’s house, my new wardrobe was moved in. When I arrived, I was surprised and held in awe with what I saw,an #Emilinks polished wardrobe.Ever since, my room has been more neater, inviting my friends into my room whenever the opportunity presented itself.My friends pressured their parents to get them Emilinks wardrobe. Emilinks has been the new signature for our friendship.
    Mom said I quickly changed the wardrobe bfr a costlier incident occurred. Emilinks is alife saver,a home saver, with my savings kept in my wardrobe,an expense saver. My Emilinks experience

  38. Elochukwu

    August 25, 2016 at 12:22 pm

    #Day18. 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

  39. Tonye

    August 25, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    My short story starts with its end which is I’m surely getting a door from Emilinks, a front door another for my kitchen and then my room, but let’s rewind to why? The door into my house jams so you always need a key to open it, trick is, you turn the handle and the key at the same time. Safest way to stop yourself from getting trapped inside is to remember never remove the key from the key hole unless you need to lock the door from outside.
    So this faithful day I returned from work and it was about to rain, I told myself “I better leave the gate open so whoever wants to come in won’t have to knock or wait a while and then get wet”. I also didn’t want to go out in the rain to open the gate (you know now, my hair), so I removed the key from the the key hole and headed towards the gate (I didn’t obey my own rule right? Well, I needed to open the padlock on the gate, same bunch holds both keys) afterwards I walked into the house feeling like the greatest and smartest achiever of the evening when it started to rain.

    Fast forward to when someone returned home and knocked, I asked myself why the person was still knocking the gate when I opened it already, so I walked to the door and then it hit me, the key was on the other side of the door!!!. Sigh, so I had taken it out, opened the padlock, walked with it to the door, opened the door with it but forgot to remove it from the keyhole on the other side of the door, I also didn’t open the gate, all I did was open the padlock. So it was in that one day I knew I had all the technical skills, see me now, I became a carpenter, I got a screwdriver, screwed the entire handle of the door out and tampered with everything I saw until I pushed one that finally opened the door, you can trust that this didn’t happen as fast as I typed it, I went on for long minutes before I was finally able to open the door. I could imagine if I had been trapped inside my kitchen or my room and I learned how important it was to have a good door.
    At the end, I still got wet,(the hair, remember?, it got wet too), my friend got wet and then I decided I’m surely getting a door from Emilinks, a front door, another for my kitchen and then my room.

  40. onoselisha

    August 25, 2016 at 12:27 pm

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

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

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

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

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day 18

  41. Elis

    August 25, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    Day 18 #mydoorstory
    Finally, I have decided to settle down (marry) after much pestering from mama. Firstly, I had to rent a two bedroom apartment to be able to accommodate my new family to come.When I moved in, the wardrobe in my bedroom was barely non existent. It was just an empty space where a wardrobe have been with an iron rod for hanging of clothes. I noticed that each time I pick my clothes to wear, I would see rat droppings or cockroaches excreta on them. Then I would simply dust them and wear. One day I got the shock of our life when I pulled out my trousers to wear only to see one of legs already eaten by rats. This was one of my best trousers, a Mai Atafo designer trouser.. This broke the last straw. There and then I decided I will buy an #Emilinks wardrobe. ‘Let me come and see the rat that will come again’ I called and ordered for an #Emilinks door and it was installed the next day. Since then I have not had any issues. I hang my clothes in the wardrobe and they stay that way until when I want to use them. No dust, no stains, no rat droppings again. This is the beauty of a quality wardrobe. Look smart, choose #Emilinks door.

  42. Olisaemeka

    August 25, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    A wardrobe is a very important item in a bedroom where clothes are arranged, protected and documents secured properly. But having a bad or inferior wardrobe is worst than not having any at all.
    I once had this wardrobe I thought was the best, it housed my important documents and clothes. During the rainy season when the sun hardly shines in a week i travelled out of town and came back after two weeks. On that fateful Monday morning, in preparing for work, i opened my wardrobe to get my suit and shirt but to my greatest surprise termites and other wardrobe pests have destroyed 80% of my clothes in the wardrobe, i immediately checked on my documents, lo and behold they have already started eating them up. I was devastated and took all the clothes out to dry them in the sun, majority of the cloth moth did not go even after washing them. I had to condemn many of my clothes.
    After this incident i started doing my research and discovered that incident was made possible by an inferior wardrobe. I decided to stop a reoccurrence of such ugly incident by seeking for a superior wardrobe. My quest and search for a better wardrobe came to a halt after siting Emilinks Wardrobe online. I got an emilinks wardrobe to replace the one i had and i have no regrets whatsoever because whether during the dry or wet weather my clothes, documents and other valuables are perfectly safe inside my Emilinks wardrobe #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  43. Alaba

    August 25, 2016 at 12:48 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    There was this reunion party planned for the Lagos chapter of my old school mates last December. That was the third edition of the reunion party. I had failed to attend the previous two due to my incapacitation financially. Eager to meet old school mates and at the same time impress them, I bought this fine white linen packing shirt from katangua market and gave to a dry cleaner to help dry clean it in other to remove the katangua smell. Two days later, the dry cleaner delivered and I hanged it in my wardrobe eagerly awaiting the d-day. Lost in my anxiety, I forgot that my wardrobe was infested with cockroaches and that I shouldn’t have removed the nylon the dry cleaner used to pack the shirt. Not till the d-day that terror fell. I had taken my bath, ready to put on my fine shirt, then I saw different stained spots. I was so annoyed, thinking the dry cleaner didn’t do his job well. In my rage, I picked up my phone, called him and started lambasting him. He insisted he did a good job. To justify his innocence, he came by. By then I was outside with a few of my neighbours. He took the shirt and was at first confused. Then he smelled it and exclaimed that it was the urine from cockroaches. Few of my neighbours outside with us too took it and said same thing. I was so embarrassed and ashamed. Unarguably, my fine shirt has been the playing field for the cockroaches. I summoned courage and apologized to the dry cleaner, took my shirt and ran inside. I was so annoyed and disappointed. I missed the reunion party. By the following payday, nobody told me before I ran to Emilinks shop to get the movable wardrobe which has been a safe haven for my wears.

  44. Basma

    August 25, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    @EmilinksNG Everyone has a story,I tell mine from my kitchen. Mere opening of my kitchen door explains the taste of my food
    #teamaroma. #teamwifematerial.
    Thanks #EmilinksNG
    #mydoorstory
    #day18
    @Bellanaija

  45. Agbor Christy

    August 25, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    #Emilinks
    #mydoorstory
    #day18
    From my kitchen emanates sweet aroma like chives, Thai basil, curry etc from signature dishes prepared by me which transforms my home into a welcoming retreat. The aroma is perceived at the opening of my kitchen door.
    @bellanaija

  46. chidinma

    August 25, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    @ Emilinks NG @ Bellanaija
    One of the nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating. The aroma that comes when I open my Emilinks kitchen door when am done with my cooking not only makes my family excited, salivating and expectant of what they are going to see on the dinning table but also creates an unending joy in my heart and it makes me to always give them the best and healthiest food ever. Thank to Emilinks quality door that always help me to give surprise aromas to me family. # Emilinks# My Door Story # Day 18

  47. Paul Eze

    August 25, 2016 at 12:57 pm

    Day 18. 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 #Emilinks

  48. Abas

    August 25, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    @EmilinksNG Everyone has a story,I tell mine from my kitchen. Mere opening of my kitchen door explains the taste of my food
    #teamaroma. #teamwifematerial.
    Thanks #EmilinksNG
    #mydoorstory
    #day18
    @Bellanaija

  49. Elis

    August 25, 2016 at 1:00 pm

    Day 18 #mydoorstory #Emilinks #bellanaija
    Last year, I visited my elder brother at Warri and I stayed for 2 weeks.
    One day, he hurriedly left for work only for him to call me an hour later that he had forgotten some of his documents. He asked me to bring them to his office from inside the Wardrobe in his room where he kept them. immediately I entered his room, I was amazed at the beautiful door of the wardrobe. My brother had always had good taste.I opened the door to bring out his documents and saw that he also kept other valuables there. Inside the wardrobe was also superbly made of fine and strong materials. I immediately took the documents to his office and I complimented him on his wardrobe and most especially the door.Then he bragged on about the wardrobe . He told me he needed a wardrobe that can protect his clothes and also his valuables from damage and household pests and that was why he installed #Emilinks wardrobe. He said he had used that wardrobe for some years now and he had not any issues with dusty clothes or rats eating his documents.
    I was very impressed with this and I would definitely go for an #Emilinks wardrobe once I have my own apartment.

  50. Taiwo E.

    August 25, 2016 at 1:10 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day18
    Am in d room contesting for N10000 cash price, d entrance is fitted with emilinks door. would have been discouraged to walk out but the beauty of emilinks door wont let me. Am in this to d end.

  51. Shodamola Taiwo

    August 25, 2016 at 1:21 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day18
    oh noo… d roofs are leaking, d smoke from the fire wood is just too much… yea, i dont mind if my kitchen is made of wood and sti cook with fire wood, i think what i need as a compliment is a strong wooden emilink door, then my kitchen would be perfect.

  52. Angel

    August 25, 2016 at 1:24 pm

    #Day18 Before the Lassa fever outbreak, rats use to feast in our house freely. My big brother who I live with became a regular customer to the hawkers of rat medicine yet it did not solve the problem. The rat killer medicine will kill some, and leave some alive.
    At a point we were used to rats companion and disturbance until the breaking news on lassa-fever. This news about the deadly diseases (Lassa-fever) made my big Bros to start searching for lasting solution to rats frequent access to our house.
    He called a roof maker (carpenter) to fix every openings on the roof and ceiling. After all the work, our mind was relaxed that we are going to have a sound sleep from that day onward. Before 6pm same day, the rats noise & disturbance became worst, one will think there’s football match going on on top of our ceiling. We became more confused than ever and thinking of lassa-fever made me unable to sleep well. As early as 5am, I decided to go to the kitchen to start preparing break-fast. Suddenly I felt a touch on my leg and before I could see what’s on my leg, it was rat and it ran out through a tiny opening on my kitchen door, woaoooo! So this is the rats express way into the house I shouted.
    I couldn’t even wait for big Bros to wake up before jisting him what transpired that morning. He did not wait to hear the story finish before his decision to change the kitchen door to EmiLinks door.
    Up till date we have not had any form of disturbance from rat or any other because the EmiLinks door closes very tight that even breeze cannot be able to pass through it. See how EmiLinks door gave rat red card & sign ACCESS DENIED to rats into our house. We can now sleep peacefully and we are no longer afraid of contracting lassa-fever or any other diseases from rat. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  53. Tunde Adewumi

    August 25, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    Day18 #Emilinks #Bellanaija #MydoorStory Wardrobe is the facility availed for dressing to be placed,they say, but I call it a place where clothings including shoes,toiletries and emergency money are placed,that’s why my wardrobe is always locked#sharpguy#wink. A good wardrobe facilitate convenience and make your room neat. Emilinks is here to make that works and eradicate fake funiture products! Patronize Emilinks today and get quality! #Emilinksfamforlife

  54. Remmy

    August 25, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    #Day18 #EMILINKS #BELLANAIJA #MYDOORSTORY

    My Kitchen story happened one day in the middle of the night when i was about to use the Toilet, i stay alone in a self contained, my kitchen is outside my room but i always keep it locked when cooking or not. So this particular night i saw one of my neighbour through my window sneaking outside going towards my kitchen! i watched closer because my door was locked and i was wondering what will happen, she looked around and gently brought out a key and unlocked my kitchen door, i was alarmed and surprised! she went inside and came back outside i couldnt sleep that night, the first thing i did in morning i went straight to my kitchen brought out the vegetable soup i cooked and feed it to her dog, the dog ate it and died! i was so scared! when she came outside and saw what happened, she started shouting that i have killed her dog blah blah, i told her i caught her entering my kitchen. she couldn’t speak the case was reported to the police……. that same day i changed my kitchen door to Emilinks doors kiakia! Bad doors can lead to death that is why Emilinks are standing against fake doors.!

  55. Moyo Olusoji

    August 25, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    #Day18 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Bellanaija @bellanaija

    Having a good wardrobe can make you and having a bad wardrobe can mar you.
    This happened to me last December when I traveled to the village with my family. When we got there, I was given my own room..the room had a bad door, some of the furnitures in it were bad and even the wardrobe was very faulty…
    you know every Christmas, I always had a new dress which I put on and go out with my family. When it was two days to Christmas, I brought out that special Christmas dress from my traveling bag, ironed it well and kept it in that faulty wardrobe. I kept it in the wardrobe cos I thought it would be easier taking the dress from the wardrobe already ironed and putting it on than search for it in my traveling bag and ironing it again cos it would have been wrinkled…so it was Christmas day, my sister came to tell me that I should get ready, we were about to go out…I took my bath, went to the wardrobe to get my dress but when I opened it, I almost fainted…
    My dress in the wardrobe had already turned into a rag. The dress already had some holes in it, when I took the dress I found out that the holes were made by rats and some insects were on the dress. Right from the spot I was standing I screamed hard, my mum ran into my room and said ”Moyo, what happened”, I explained to her and she begged me, then my granny came into my room and also begged me so I could stop crying because I was really hurt and was crying bitterly. My special Christmas dress was ruined, I kept on saying that…I wasn’t able to go for the family outing, I stayed in my room, after crying I slept off. So some days later we came back to Lagos and I made up my mind that I will never go to the village for Christmas holidays again.
    Just last week, my granny called me and said my room in the village has been fixed and also she said I now have a good Emilinks wardrobe in my room…I was very happy when said that and I promised her that I will come to the village in the next Christmas holiday because with Emilinks wardrobe in my room, my clothes are 100% secured from pest and I don’t have anything to be scared of.
    So a good wardrobe is very important in a room because it protects the things you put in it and your mind will always be at rest.

  56. Agbor Christy

    August 25, 2016 at 1:39 pm

    #day18 #emilinks #bellanaija #mydoorstory From my kitchen emanates AROMA ( like chives, thai basil, curry, etc) from signature dishes prepared by my humble self which transforms my home into a welcoming retreat. That sweet AROMA is only perceived at the opening of my kitchen door.

  57. chidinma

    August 25, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    One of the nicest things about life is the way we must regularly stop whatever it is we are doing and devote our attention to eating. The aroma that comes when I open my Emilinks kitchen door when am done with my cooking not only makes my family excited, salivating and expectant of what they are going to see on the dinning table but also creates an unending joy in my heart and it makes me to always give them the best and healthiest food ever. Thanks to Emilinks quality door that always help me to give surprise aromas to my family. #Emilinks #My Door Story# Day18

  58. Agbor Christy

    August 25, 2016 at 2:01 pm

    #emilinks #day18 #mydoorstory #bellanaijaonline from my kitchen emanates sweet AROMA (like chives, thai basil, curry e.t.c) from signature dishes prepared by my humble self which transforms my home into a welcoming retreat. That Sweet Smelling Savor (Aroma) is only percieved at the opening of my kitchen door.

  59. Olubunmi

    August 25, 2016 at 2:02 pm

    Day 18 #MyDoorStory

    I like my wardrobes big and roomy. When I was a kid, during a game of hide-and-seek, I hid inside one and my friends couldn’t find me. They thought I had gone across the street! I really gave them all a fright that day.

    When a wardrobe is big, you can arrange your things in a way that you wouldn’t have to scatter them every time you look for something. However, this is not always the case.

    There was a time that a relative gave me foreign currency which would have amounted to a lot of money when converted to the local denomination. In a bid to keep the money safe, I hid it. One day when I was broke, I remembered my hidden stash. The funniest thing was that I forgot the exact place where I hid it.

    Franctically, I began to remove things from the wardrobe. Lo and behold, I found the money wedged in a crevice in the corner of my wardrobe. Termites had started to attack the wood so there was a space between the wall of my wardrobe and the adjoining wood. That was were my money was wedged.

    Emilinks wardrobes are not like that. They are built to last and you will always find your properties wherever you keep them.

  60. Wisdom chukz

    August 25, 2016 at 2:20 pm

    #EMILINKS #MYDOORSTORY# DAY18 I Remembered last year December when we traveled for our Christmas vacation it fun and lovely. So after the holiday the family decided to come, so dat very day we came back opened the door and entered we where shock by what we saw. The whole room was filled with water becos our ceiling was leaking, so i had to rush to my bedroom too it was filled with water every item in my room was soaked so immediately i had to rush to my wardrobe were i had kept my school certificate, my clothes and shoes opened it, it was still the way i kept it all thanks to EMILINKS door for protecting my certificate and other valuable items for me

  61. Mosun

    August 25, 2016 at 2:29 pm

    #Emilinks #My door story#Day18
    My door! My door!!
    This door means a new beginning for me. When i step out, i am out to achieve something and when i am back, its a new beginning to spend quality time in my comfort zone with my loved ones. Imagine a life without a door that leads you out and ushers you in everyday, can’t imagine life without my door.
    Without a door, anybody can access the comfort that is dear to me. My door is ushers me daily into peace and joy from within.
    My door signifies comfort and security for me. It gives me peace.
    That is my door story.

  62. Chika Lovsy

    August 25, 2016 at 2:36 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day18

    Last year December, i went to the village to celebrate christmas. It was one of my best moments in life because i saw people i least expected, an uncle from the states came in and was making everyone happy with his little surprises, gift and money inparticular. He loves eating bush meat and we went out one day to cruise as usual after we had enjoyed for the day, we came back home only for my uncle to enter his room and he started screaming! I rushed inside his room only to see his wardrobe has been violated “he has been robbed”. The door of the wadrobe has been broken. They went away with his cloths, shoes and money, my uncles face tured red and he start stammering due to the rage of anger in his heart. I realised that moment that if he have had a strong #Door and a safe wardrobe this won’t have happened, his wardrobe was weak and too flexible, i learnt a lesson from what happened to him. After the christmas holidays i went back to enugu and my number one project and new year resolution was to change my wardrobe to a strong one, i asked people around and i was directed to go to #Emilinks. I was told their funitures are superb, i checked and it was true. I am a living withness! #Emilinks welldone!

  63. Emmanuel Bayo

    August 25, 2016 at 2:39 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Who says only women are good for the kitchen.I am a man&i love being in the kitchen.I make mouth watering Local&Continental dishes.My nickname is Personal Assistant of Kitchen Affairs.Emilinks doors&kitchen cabinet doors helps me secure my food safe from theives who cant stop but come back for more.Secondly in this era of LASA FEVER&different virus.Emilinks doors helps keeps my food from rats,pest&cockroaches.Thnks to Emilinks.I am not afraid of sickness infested pests.Lol

  64. Michael

    August 25, 2016 at 2:42 pm

    We have this dogs in our house, whenever they got loose the first place they run to is our kitchen, that’s because they are used to getting things thrown at them from there, they got so used to that act to the point that sometimes if no one is in the kitchen they use their legs to push and open the door to find what they can get, because of their acts we were forced to keep all edible items in the kitchen on the shelve in the kitchen or lock the kitchen door with key when we are not around.
    On this day we were all in a hurry to go to church so I forgot to lock the kitchen door, while in church I remembered and immediately my heart sunk, the pot of meat to be used to cook lunch (Sunday rice) was on the stove, I started preparing my mind for the query I would get when we got home, after service we drove home, as soon as we got home I decided to go through the kitchen so I could see the worst, on getting there I saw the kitchen door still closed then immediately I remembered that three days back our dad decided to change the all the exit doors in the house to that of Emilinks due to incessant cases of theft, when I got to the door I opened it and saw the pot on the stove still intact, I kissed and hugged the door, my younger ones were wondering why, they only saw an ordinary Emilinks door but I saw more, they didn’t understand what the door made me escape, a good kitchen door would not only secure you, it would save you a lot of trouble, thanks to Emilinks.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 18

  65. Adetunji Kayode

    August 25, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    #Emilinks #My door story#Day18
    That lovely wardrobe is not always what you think it is! I remember vividly three months ago. I had a friend called Samuel who has this charming smile and flirts around ladies. The normal routine then was to hide in the WARDROBE anytime he brings a Lady to the house and peep through an opening in the WARDROBE to catch a glimpse of the “action”. On this faithful day Samuel brought a Lady home and as usual I hid in the WARDROBE to watch his “stunt” with her. The room was pitch dark so I couldn’t see the duo in action even with the WARDROBE door now opened. 7 minutes into the action, Samuel’s dad got back unexpectedly!!! and Samuel had no choice than to hide the girl in the wardrobe I was inside! Out of curiosity he forgot am inside and the girl out of fear hid in d same wardrobe with me! “she’s naked” I said to myself. What can I do here? I had to endure the longest hour of my life with a naked girl beside me “even though I couldn’t see her due to the darkness in the wardrobe” I had to remain calm as a gentle man would. 2hours later Samuel’s dad left the house and the girl had to come out of the wardrobe and lo and behold the girl i was hiding in the closet with is my girlfriend “Adeola”. If not for the WARDROBE in Samuel’s room how will I know Adeola is cheating. This is a girl I bought Samsung S6 for with my hard earned money just last week. Anyway, me I “jejely” collected my phone back from her and it is with that same phone I’m typing this story.

  66. Bee

    August 25, 2016 at 2:45 pm

    My kitchen my everything. The pathway to my stomach. Good aroma! Good taste!
    Thanks #emilinks
    #mydoorstory
    #day18
    @bellanaija

  67. callista

    August 25, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    #EMILINK #doorstory #day18

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

  68. chioma

    August 25, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    #my door story#emilinks #day 18
    As a fashion designer I know a lot about clothes and their value because clothes and shoes keep me in business, been exposed to clothes and shoes on a reg has taugt me a lot about rodents and termites that feast on clothes, shoes and bags even when they are hung up and enclosed in a tightly shut wardrobe the items could still be eaten up by these creatures after they might have destroyed the door of your wardrobe by feeding on it.. That is why whenever my customers ask me how I manage to stay organized and neat always I smile and tell them to go for quality wardrobes as quality deserves quality, I sell quality products and I’ve discovered that the best way to keep termites and rodents away from your valuables is by using a standard and proven wardrobe which could only be emilinks, that way I am happy, my customers are happy and the clothing items are safe…#testimony#emilinks all the way

  69. Falilat

    August 25, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18 @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..

  70. Yemisi

    August 25, 2016 at 3:16 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18 @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

  71. Eze Joshua N.

    August 25, 2016 at 3:21 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day18

    While in school, If there is one thing I hated doing, it is sharing my clothes with people. I’m the kind of person that has a body type that quickly picks the smell of others. It mostly happens when I share clothes with them and vice versa. Furthermore, the way I would treat my clothes wouldn’t be the same way the other person will treat them if worn. But these guys just wouldnt take my explanation as serious. Moreover, things were beginning to get heated. And I did not want to find myself in any confrontation cause I am a lover and not a fighter. So I knew I had to go for a better option. I enquired from a friend who encouraged me to get Emilinks furniture because of it’s durability and reliability. I can say today that that “better option” was not better at all but the BEST option and decision I chose and took. My wardrobe was no longer easy to break into like the former one and more to it was that with EMILINKS, I got more space in my wardrobe for my clothings. It was an all rounder for me.

    Never doubt Emilinks. Think furniture Think Emilinks.

    I made the right choice. It’s your turn now.

  72. MICHEAL

    August 25, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 18
    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.

  73. Lawson U

    August 25, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    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 18

  74. David

    August 25, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Our neighbor’s children are fond of coming to our house, either to watch cartoons or play games, we are so used to them that sometimes we allow them go into our rooms, one Tuesday afternoon they came with some of their friends to play game as usual, when they came myself and my brother were about going out, since it wasn’t their first time of coming we asked them to stay in the sitting room and after playing they should switch off the socket from the wall, then close the door on their way out since the door was a jam lock. When we came back from where we went, we both entered our different rooms, after a while I heard my brother complaining that the money he kept in his bag was stolen, I had a very good Emilinks wardrobe in my room, it helps me neatly keep my clothes and other valuables in it, and I always lock it whenever I’m leaving the house, my brother didn’t see the need of having a wardrobe instead he uses his bag to keep his clothes and money. Though the money stolen wasn’t much but it was still important, after the incident we all saw the importance of a wardrobe after it houses clothes, I praised my Emilinks wardrobe for not making me fall a victim. #Emilikns #MyDooStory # Day 18

  75. Nyitamen Iveren

    August 25, 2016 at 4:18 pm

    I don’t have a wardrobe so I think I no what it means not to have. No matter how I try to keep my room organized it always looks tartared. It always give me no choice than to avoid visitors. But one thing is sure that am getting an Emilinks wardrobe soon. #Emilinks #Mydoorstory

  76. Mary

    August 25, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    Day 18
    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    In my home, we have changed the doors 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 doors 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?)

    “Kofar mu na bamu matsala, dan Allah Ina kuka siya naku ne kuma wanna kampani ne“? (Our door is giving us problem, please where did you get yours and from which company?)

    My dear readers that was how this nice neighbor of mine introduced us to #Emilinks doors product.
    Without hesitation, we changed all our doors for good *smiles*
    Thanks to #Emilinks

  77. ify.o

    August 25, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    #Emilinks#Bellanaija#mydoorstory day18.
    if you really love slaying, then Emilinks wadrobe is specially designed for you.it keeps evry cloth well arranged and in its place.
    #emilinks#

  78. Kehinde Onyemaechi

    August 25, 2016 at 6:30 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day18

    I will say kitchen is the life wire of every human been, Having a good kitchen door translates to wanting to live a better secured life. kitchen means where what will took to survive on a daily bases is kept, which must not be recklessly handled and if not having a standard door that means my foods are not secure from all saute of domestic kinds which can contaminate them with poisonous drops either by body or touching them by there mouth. We all hard about Lassa fever, the cause and it effects, but within my habitat rats are many because its a new site we are surrounded mostly with undeveloped sites, But with a good door in my kitchen none of
    them were able to make there way into my kitchen, Moreover, have had some people saying rats chop some parts of either there Kitchen door or there wardrobe, that is they pinched holes on them which enable those rats to make there way in, in which they destroy either their documents or there food stuffs but thank God that i chosed the best door with great standard
    which has disallowed unwanted things from gaining access into my kitchen.
    Thanks goes to makers and sellers of standard doors. I once visited my uncle who is still a bachelor and am to prepared food for lunch, It happened that after have cooked finish i then took little from the food and i place it on the dinning table, What surprises me is that i never new there was a young boy in the house because my brother house is 2 flat the way it was built the kitchens were beside each other, after have eat my food , i stood up going to the kitchen to drop plates, there i caught this boy trying to make is way into the my uncle kitchen, then he begins to beg. Had it been its just an any how door only God knows what will have happened to the raw food ,cooked food and even the utensils in there.
    To people out there be it Friends or family if you know you don’t have well secure
    door either for your kitchen or your wardrobe i urged you to go for #Emilinks door
    they have it in different styles in which you people will surely get those you people
    will like to fixed either to kitchen or wardrobe.

  79. Chiebonam Ani

    August 25, 2016 at 7:02 pm

    #Day18 #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 female 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 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 door to prevent wanted things, having nice kitchen made me love to go to kitchen and prepared food for the family.

  80. Paul

    August 25, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    Old new
    New old
    Toss out
    old clothes
    New clothes
    I need clothes
    Swag out
    My old clothes
    I wear these
    Old clothes
    Precede
    My new clothes
    I need money
    For a
    Brand new wardrobe
    DAY 18. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  81. Adejumoke

    August 25, 2016 at 7:17 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day18 #bellanaija

    I’ve been working with a clothing firm for 3years and on. My furst year was pretty teduius being the Junior tailor and sometimes PA to our boss, he haf disciplined quute 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 coat 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 and the manner in which customers sees their cloth packed and kept in a wardrobe attract them to patronize again and a plus for the organization.

  82. Nnedimma

    August 25, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    i am so so so happy that i won today and not just winning but rank no 1 in day17. All thanks to @EmilinksNG and @Bellanaija for providing this rare opportunity. Although i am yet to be contacted. still waiting.
    Glory be to God
    Thank to #Emilinks and Bellanaija

  83. Okpanachi Benjamin

    August 25, 2016 at 7:46 pm

    #Mydoorstory DAY18
    Food is a
    wonderful way to help and reach out to
    others and bless them in a meaningful
    way.
    In order to be able to meet this
    challenge and bless your family and
    others it requires being prepared and
    that requires good planning and
    thought to keep the kitchen running
    smoothly.#MyDoorStory #BellaNaija #EMILINKS

  84. onoselisha

    August 25, 2016 at 7:59 pm

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

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

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day 18

  85. Ademola Adelugba

    August 25, 2016 at 8:25 pm

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

  86. Titilope Akinsola

    August 25, 2016 at 8:35 pm

    Hmmmm….it had been a very annoying day and on my way back from school, I met one of my distant uncles. I was so delighted to see him. He told me he came for business in Lagos and he gave me N10,000. That was enough to wash away all the troubles of the day!!!?
    Because it was late, I had to keep the money in my wardrobe, hoping to deposit it in the bank the next day.
    While my roommates and I slept, someone came into the room to steal.
    In the morning, everyone found their wardrobes open!!! I was already in tears. But, my wardrobe was still locked and intact, although there where marks on it showing that someone had tried to open it.
    I was so delighted and also grateful to my dad because he was the one that personally paid a carpenter to make sure my wardrobe was properly fortified and could not be easily broken into.
    Thank God for good wardrobes.

    #day18 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  87. Kelvin Odum Lisbon

    August 25, 2016 at 9:27 pm

    Day 18

    The tenants of No. 7 okwor lane have always been complaining of how rats and cockroaches destroy the wears. This is due to the fact that the compound is more or less like a den of rats.
    One incident was when Ben unknowingly wore a shirt that have been redesigned by rats.
    “Kelvin, Good morning.” Ben greeted. “Good morning Ben” I replied.
    “Where are you going this morning” I asked.
    “Am on my way to a friend’s wedding ceremony. How do I look” he asked turning around.
    “Great… But how come this tears on different parts of your shirt” I asked.
    “What?” He exclaimed. “Where is it” he added trying to reach his back with his left hand.
    “My Goodness. Not again” he exclaimed. I just collected this shirt from the dry cleaner two days ago and I hanged it in my hanger right inside my room” Ben said almost crying.
    “But wait o. Kelvin, everyone in this compound has been complaining of rats destroying their clothes. But you’ve never for once complained. What’s the secret?” Ben asked.
    “Just go and get a wardrobe. A good wardrobe for that matter. I once had the same problem until a friend introduced me to Emilinks. And ever since I got my wardrobe from Emilinks, my wears have been good, sound and safe. As you can see, it speaks for itself.” I said to him.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  88. Joy Atuadi

    August 25, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    Day18
    #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.

  89. Patience

    August 25, 2016 at 11:05 pm

    #Day18
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    It was the holidays,so I decided spend the holidays with my aunt in Lagos.The holiday was going well and I was enjoying myself until a fateful afternoon,i was in my parlour watching a movie when I started hearing screams outside. I was so eager to know what was happening so I rushed out. I saw a woman on the floor with a black cellphone.The woman was caught trying to break into the kitchen of the opposite house and poison the food of a man and his family. Unfortunately for her the man had Emilinks door erected in every part of his house including the kitchen.The kitchen door was so strong that the woman couldn’t gain access.She was caught trying to run out. I Was so dumbfounded,scared and shocked. If not for the firm quality of the Emilinks door,the man and his family would have been poisoned.I was so inlove with the strong Emilinks kitchen door that I decided to convince my dad to get one erected in our kitchen. Emilinks rocks!

  90. Patience

    August 25, 2016 at 11:10 pm

    #Day18
    #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 every part of his house including the kitchen.The kitchen door was so strong that the woman couldn’t gain access.She was caught trying to run out. I Was so dumbfounded,scared and shocked. If not for the firm quality of the Emilinks door,the man and his family would have been poisoned.I was so inlove with the strong Emilinks kitchen door that I decided to convince my dad to get one erected in our kitchenI. Emilinks rocks!

  91. David

    August 25, 2016 at 11:53 pm

    #EMILINKS #MYDOORSTORY
    DAY18
    This is a conversation between Felix and cephas.
    FELIX:Guy!..why your shirts dey always dey ironed this period way light no dey??
    CEPHAS:Hahaha…so you never hear?
    FELIX:Ah!!..hear wetin?..no be wetin I ask you be that I wan know how me ma go take de keep my shirts ironed for this kind time wey NEPA no de try?
    CEPHAS:Oya na, since you wan know I go yarn you…but first of all’ where you de put your clothes when you wash am?
    FELIX:I de put am inside my “GHANA MUST GO” bag na
    CEPHAS:Ahh, na the problem be that…follow me make I go show you how I de do am….(FELIX FOLLOWS CEPHAS TO HIS HOUSE)
    FELIX:Oya show me now wey you don make me waka all this waka…where de charcoal iron dey?
    CEPHAS:Hahaha….see my charcoal iron wey stand for wall there…na that wardrobe wey you de see so na Im the automatically iron my clothes for me…since NEPA begin do anyhow na im I enta market to go buy the same charcoal iron wey you de call so…one man tell me say him get iron wey go keep my clothes upright’ fresh, and cockroach free….as I follow am him come land for wan shop wey all types of #emilinks wardrobe, door, table and other furnitures dey….I see the design of the wardrobe ehn, I nearly commot the whole money wey I get for my account to buy am….as I just buy am carry enter my house…he he he…even cockroaches de fear to near am sef…..na so since then all my clothes dey stay as e be, so straight, fresh and clean….(before cephas could finish narrating the story Felix was already on the run)
    CEPHAS: Where you de go??…
    FELIX:See you ohh I de go collect my adashi to buy my own #EMILINKS wardrobe oo….NA ONLY YOU LIKE BETTER THING???…..hahahah

  92. Abiodun

    August 26, 2016 at 3:54 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

  93. Muhammad Adamu

    August 26, 2016 at 7:47 am

    My Kitchen Story,,,Me and My Boss…………I who was a house boy usually sneaks into my Master’sroom, drinks his wine andadds water to top it up. Oneday my Master bought a new wine called Lambrusco, it was afrench wine that changescolor if water is added on to it. I am unaware of this,sneaks into my Master’s room,drank the new wine andadded water on it.Immediately it startedchanging color.me: I am in trouble, big trouble i ran to the kitchen.Meanwhile, The Master and madamwere sited in the parlor,while i was in the kitchen….Master: started calling my name MasterMaster: who drank my Lambrusco?.No answer!Master: called my name again, who drank mylambrusco?.No answer. Master walked tothe kitchen and saw me there.Master: Are you insane or what?. Why when i call, you say”Master”but when i ask you a question you don’t answer me.me: Master,when you are in the kitchen you don’t understand anything, except your name.Master: Is that so?. Okay go tothe parlor, stand beside madam and ask me aquestion while i stand here.i went and did what Mastersaid.me: MasterMaster: Yes my houseboy: Who goes into themaid’s bedroom when madamis not at home?.No answer.me: Master!!! Do you hear me, i say who sneaks into the house girlroom when madam is not at home.No answer. Master runs out of the kitchen.Master: Wonders shall never end. Me it is true o, when one is in the kitchen, one does not hear anything,except one’s name.MADAM: That’s not true. It’s a lie me: Madam, do you want to be tested?.MADAM: Yes our house boy: Ok enter the kitchenShe enters.me: MadamMADAM: Yes our house boy: Who is Junior’s biological Father?. Me or OgaMadam rushed out of the kitchenMADAM: This kitchen needs to be fumigated o, i can’tunderstand anything at all. #emilinks #mydoorstory #day18

  94. Adediji Taiwo

    August 26, 2016 at 8:24 am

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

  95. Oreoluwa

    August 26, 2016 at 9:01 am

    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. A home or even office without a kitchen or kitchenette is incomplete!

  96. Oreoluwa

    August 26, 2016 at 9:04 am

    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

  97. Elis

    August 26, 2016 at 9:21 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day 18 #bellanaija
    We all knew Dan likes food especially chicken meat. Dan is my cousin and I invited him for baby’s church dedication. As usual, we cooked different delicacies. 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.

  98. Odunayo

    August 26, 2016 at 9:39 am

    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 #Day18

  99. Adejumobi Oluwafunke

    August 26, 2016 at 11:06 am

    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 emilink door was fix at the entrance to the sitting room which didn’t allow smoke or fire passage I was saved,thanks to emilinks doors because emilinks doors are durable and it saved my home.
    #Emilinks #My door story #Day18

  100. Oladipo

    August 26, 2016 at 11:28 am

    As a secondary school student at Iyana-Offa, Ibadan, my wardrobe in the hostel is my strong room. Inside it I store my bucket of water – to secure it from tappers and borrowers who upon sighting a bucket of water near you will beg for one bowl till the water is finished, or even steal the bucket itself with the water. In that same cupboard, I keep my provisions, my pocket money, my school uniforms, socks, sandals and other wears, pictures of my family are pasted on the panels of the wardrobe. My cosmetics are there, my bible, spare bed sheets, plate, cutlery, few of my books, and much more. I also keep the bottom left corner empty for hiding from over-demanding seniors who can send you on errands till you faint or punish you for nothing. I just love my wardrobe. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18

  101. Oladipo

    August 26, 2016 at 11:31 am

    As a secondary school student at Iyana-Offa, Ibadan, my wardrobe in the hostel is my strong room. Inside it I store my bucket of water – to secure it from tappers and borrowers who upon sighting a bucket of water near you will beg for one bowl till the water is finished, or even steal the bucket itself with the water. In that same cupboard, I keep my provisions, my pocket money, my school uniforms, socks, sandals and other wears, pictures of my family are pasted on the panels of the wardrobe. My cosmetics are there, my bible, spare bed sheets, plate, cutlery, few of my books, and much more. I also keep the bottom left corner empty for hiding from over-demanding seniors who can send you on errands till you faint or punish you for nothing. I just love my wardrobe. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18

  102. Rachael

    August 26, 2016 at 11:53 am

    The word ‘wardrobe’ is derived from the words warder, meaning “to protect”, and robe, meaning a “piece of clothing,” Hence we can say that the primary purpose of a wardrobe is to protect one’s garments and belongings stored therein. All wardrobes which cannot perform this function of protection adequately, ought to be replaced with Emilinks wardrobes which are proven to be made from high quality materials which will protect the contents of the wardrobes from damage that could otherwise be induced by mildew, weather, pests and insecure locks among others. With my old wardrobe, I used to have to empty it every two weeks to clean out sawdust left behind by wood moths/insects; the wood quality used was not good at all. Since I changed to Emilinks, I have not seen the insects and sawdust again. My clothes are protected. Also, I have not found any hole created in the wardrobe by rats, unlike my old wardrobe; I guess the wood used by Emilinks is too strong for the rats’ teeth to penetrate. I have peace of mind because no longer are my clothes ruined or my shoes chewed by rats. You would think that wardrobe is wardrobe, wood is wood no matter the maker; until you come in contact with and experience Emilinks wardrobes for yourself. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18
    If e nor be Emilinks, e nor fit be like Emilinks :0)

  103. funke

    August 27, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    @bellanaija
    You won’t believe this! Last week I was preparing for an interview as a public relation officer in a telecommunications company,then the night before i ironed my clothes, a navy blue suit and a white shirt. After ironing I hanged the clothes back to the wardrobe,waiting for the next day to come.
    Then the next morning I woke up,did a little reversal,and took my bathe. When I was done with that I opened the wardrobe I took my suit seeing it shining as ever then I took the white shirt only to discover a stain…God! It was rat urine, as if that was not enough,they ate the chest side of the cloth leaving a hole and I was like what a mess. I rinsed the urine part of the cloth and decided to wear it like that since the suit was covering the hole. I hurried up and left home for the interview.
    I got to the interview on time then I sat and waited for my turn. At exactly 8.45 the receptionist called me to enter but I was ask to sign a paper by her. Then I bent down to sign after I was done I said thank you,going in for the screening then she called me back and told someone else to come and sign and enter. I was embarrassed then I asked her why? then she said there is a rat hole in my shirt. I said I know and I explained everything to her and she told me I should have changed my wardrobe and get emilinks wardrobe. I was like what is that?she said is a wardrobe that is quality and potable. enen! I will make sure I get that.She offered me a new white shirt from her lock room I was grateful. The interview was great. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day20

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