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The Lucky Day 20 Winners are Here! Be 1 of 10 Nigerians to WIN N10,000 Today in the EMILINKS N3,000,000 Giveaway! #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 21

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Emilinks Week 3

The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,000,000 Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 20 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 9 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) Mary – #Day 20

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

mary

2) Anita – Having wasted soo much money in cooking soups at least three times in a week, I wondered the reason why the soup I cook get sour in less than 24hours.
I love my home made soup and can’t imagine not having any in my kitchen. So, I had to run to my neighbour who lives a flat away from mine. I complained to her and she laughed out loud. She told me how she experienced the same issue until she caught one of the neighbour’s kids stealing meats from her pot. “I never wanted to make an issue out of it, so I had to keep quiet about it” she said.
“I had to take a drastic step. I had to change my door immediately.” I didn’t wait for her to say more, I thanked her and headed straight to the nearest emilinks shop. I got a new door for my kitchen and protected my food.
This time around, “I am the only way through which anyone can enter my kitchen” I said when I open my kitchen and confirmed my soup was still in good condition after two day of making it.
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day20.

Anita

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3) @ErnestChinedu9 – Day20 Our kitchen door help to prevent visitors from knowing what is happening in our kitchen #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

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4) @nikkyfash1 – @bellanaija #MyDoorStory The joy of having a good wardrobe means your clothes are safe @EmilinksNG #Emilinks

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5) Chioma E. – IMPORTANCE Of A GOOD KITCHEN TO THE SOCIETY.
Felt flaggerbasted about how people treat their kitchen especially mothers and young youth. Most family care about home sitting room more than the kitchen probably because visitor don’t enter there ..
As a microbiologist I know the importance of this part of the apartment knowing full well that the kitchen can make or man you. For Christ sake this is where food are being prepare and if not well taken care of can attract microbes causing disease like balatidiasis ,Gandiasia or even amobiasis just to mention a few thereby risking our children health and reducing their immune system which may in some case death. However most parent don’t know their are the primary cause of this.
W.H.O should take noted of this and control this dilemma which is silently reducing our population.
CONTROL MEASURES :A seminar should be organized in most society and our parents tutored this will go a long way in helping to reduce flea . Most of the kitchens lacks door and food are being exposed for contamination using a good kitchen door like emilinks will also go a longway, social media is also a platform where this info can also be shared since most youth are alway online. Let’s put our hands together to fight this fight.
#emilink #mydoorstory #day20

Chioma Emeali

6) Ibidun I. -Day 20
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Bellanaija
I live in a two room self contain with my little brother. on a Friday evening i was resting on my bed while chatting with my friends when suddenly i heard a rattling sound in the room at first i thought it was the air but then again i heard it so i stepped down to see what it was only to find two rats running and playing around in the room.
As a girl in fear i ran into the kitchen and locked myself in.shortly after this my brother came in,he saw the rats, pick up the broom and killed them.After killing them he called out to me and i answered from the kitchen. Moments later he asked why i was hiding away from rats in the kitchen i replied with a smile that the kitchen is the only place in the house where rats has no access to because it is secured with emilinks door.

ibidun iretiayo

7) Kelvin A. – Day 20
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory
It was exactly 6yrs since my mom died and my dad told us he was ready to take a new wife so I and my siblings could have a normal life like other teenagers our age. At first it was difficult but we adjusted, our new mom was lovable, sweet and caring… She provided us everything we needed, we had access to everything, the kitchen, the master bedroom, the store, anything… We figured she was letting us get everything, so we wud easily like her. Trust us na, Nigerian children, Lolzzzzz. We wud wait till she and my dad were asleep, then sneak into the kitchen and of course visit the pot of soup and stew… This continued for a quite a while until one day, my Dad got a new door installed at the kitchen… He was tired of hearing how meat grew legs and walked out of the kitchen! Guess wat, he got an Emilinks door! The door was impenetrable,no matter how much my elder brother tried his lock picking skills, we just couldn’t invade the kitchen.With a good door like Emilinks door, Meat can no longer walk out of the kitchen!

Kelvin Kess

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8) @pieso22 – #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #bellanaija
Chirp! Chirp!chirp! Am sure some of us has one way or another heard this high pitch annoying sound before.
I was at a friends house last week for the weekend,after going out,having fun and playing all sorts of games we decided to go home since its already so late to rest for the day. On getting home i offed my clothes and slip into my pyjamas,saying good night to each other we both laid down quietly. Moments before i close my eyes fully to sleep this annoying sound started chirp! chirp! chirp!. It was so loud that My eyes became wide open,i was sobered,my friend on the other hand has slept off. I hurriedly woke him up and asked “what is that sound” he replied with a word “crickets” from where i asked he replied again “wardrobe” and slept off i couldnt sleep with this chirping sound till it was daybreak. My friend waking up in the morning and saw how agonized i was apologized and complained to me that he didnt know what to do about the wardrobe so he just got used to the sound. I told him i couldnt get use to this so he opted to change the wardrobe only confused who to patronize as to there are many fake brands out there this days. Proudly i suggested emilinks wardrobe because this is what i use in my room and crickets has no way in not to talk of rats or termites. Being a computer literate we searched online through emilinks website and select the one of our choice and paid for it. The following day i slept like a baby he even mentioned that i was snoring that he thought his new wardrobe now house a pig. Smiles [email protected] @bellanaijaonline

Pelumi

9) @busayooyewole5 – @bellanaijaonline#mydoorstory#emilinks Day 20
Words can’t be really use to qualify my beloved kitchen, but I will give it a try,my kitchen is where I prepare delicious meals,you know food is the essence of life .Therefore it is important that where my food items are stored is with the best fittings especially a good door to prevent rats from spoiling the food items, but unfortunately my kitchen door lack that,it had being easily chopped off by rats at the lower part creating an entrance for easy access to my food items, until my nagging was on bearable ,my husband decided to get Emilinks door. A sure way to peace of mind.

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10) @shollycutie – @bellanaijaonline #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #BellaNaija
I remember the day mummy packed all of my Owambe native clothes and give to people that do exchange clothes for big cooler, laundry basket etc just because they were all scattered in the room. She thought I don’t need them again. After work that day, on getting home, my mummy said to me that shola your native clothes which you scattered in room as been exchanged for this big cooler. I scream and was mad. I said to her that just because I scattered them in the room does not mean I don’t need them any more. I cried and cried and blamed myself for not getting a wardrobe.
The next day which was Saturday, I went out to visit a friend and told her everything that happened. She also blamed me as well and introduce her Emilinks Wardrobe to me. All her clothes are well arranged and neat. The Emilinks Wardrobe also beautify her room and make me fall in love for it.
I did not allow that day she introduced her Emilinks Wardrobe to me to pass me by. I quickly make more enquiries on the Emilinks Wardrobe by Google it and order for one immediately.
I sowed new Owambe clothes and keep them in my Emilinks Wardrobe for safety. The Emilinks Wardrobe keeps all my casual and Owambe party clothes neat and secure.
Now I’m ready for this Saturday Owambe party.

Sholly sutie

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113 Comments

  1. okpis Benjamin

    August 28, 2016 at 10:27 am

    Day 21
    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 something was still missing “an Emilinks wardrobe “hope to get ome when I win
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  2. Olayemi

    August 28, 2016 at 10:30 am

    Day 20
    Me and my siblings were so angry when an Emilinks door was erected in our kitchen. My mom and dad didn’t seem to understand why. LolZzzz only us the children knew. Our previous substandard door assisted us in the continuos visitation to the kitchen almost every night.We always had a signal that only the three of us knew. Whenever mom and dad went to bed.We all take our different positions. Dele lock picking,tope watching out for mom and me getting ready to steal the meat. This all changed when an Emilinks arrived at our house. We all where angry until our neighbor got poisoned and the criminal was caught. She confessed that my family was the main target but she later changed her mind when she saw our newly erected inpenetrable Standard Emilinks door. It was then that me and my siblings learn to appreciate our Emilinks door.
    Even though we could no more carry out our night business in the kitchen. Lolzzz#MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎‎‎.
    Really hope to win

  3. Richard C

    August 28, 2016 at 10:31 am

    Day21
    #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.

  4. eniola Kareem

    August 28, 2016 at 10:34 am

    Having a roommate is one of the nicest thing but not having a wardrobe is the problem. Bunmi seems to be a good girl but the problem she has is that she is fond of wearing my clothes and using my jewelries all in the name of being my friend, the main reason why she was she has the opportunity to use them was because I had no wardrobe to keep them safe, my belongings were always in a GHANA – MUST – GO bag, But it was really getting out of hand for me, one of the bad sceneriao I had was when I was planning of wearing a necklace to a dinner party I was already dressed before I noticed my necklace was nowhere to be found. I had no choice than to go like that. I decided to seek an advice from a friend on how to keep my belongings she told me not to worry that I should go for an Emilinks wardrobe since Dat was what she is also using in her room at first I was thinking if I could afford such not until she told me Emilinks is giving 50% discount on all their furniture I didn’t believe it not until she gave me their site to log on… I was very happy when I saw the range of quality and affordable products they had. Ever since have bought an Emilinks wardrobe have not been having issues with Bunmi anymore. Thanks to EMILINKS for coming to my aid when I needed them. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 21

  5. Daniel Geraldine

    August 28, 2016 at 10:39 am

    Day 20
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    A good wardrobe makes it easy for me to pick an outfit! With a well partitioned wardrobe, like my Emilinks wardrobe, say goodbye to dat confusion every morning on what to wear… If you want to make a fashion statement, get Emilinks wardrobe! Be like me!

  6. Prestige

    August 28, 2016 at 10:40 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day21
    Whenever someone asks me what my favorite room is, I always say it’s the kitchen. Not just for the way it’s decorated, but for what it means on a daily basis. The kitchen is where you provide nourishment for your family. It’s where loved ones come together during the holidays and special gatherings. And of course you remember the saying, “the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach.” The kitchen provides our sustenance through food, but it’s also where special connections are made.
    My kitchen is simple and a little old-fashioned. I love baking cookies and making homemade meals for my family in my kitchen. Some people don’t like cooking, but I enjoy putting a little creativity and passion into what I make. Food brings people together and more often than not, people flock to the kitchen when they get together for celebrations.

  7. Igbecha

    August 28, 2016 at 10:41 am

    Day 20
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    The benefits and advantages of a good wardrobe cannot be over emphasized! My wardrobe makes my room tidy and well arranged… You knw the popular saying “cleanliness is next to Godliness” with my Emilinks wardrobe, I’m feeling on top of the world… The days of dirtiness is over, choose Emilinks door for Cleanliness!

  8. Mahka

    August 28, 2016 at 10:46 am

    #Emilinks My Door Story Day 21
    My cousin brother is an Engineer,at the moment he has so much time on his hands;no employment. I come back from work daily and there he was bragging about the day s fixes, bathroom door,kitchen bolts all of them with the scrap metals and wires still poking out. I didn’t want the burst his joy so I cheered him on.

    One faithful Saturday morning after I had launched my very new Asoebi attire. Excitedly I was dancing around the room,the dreadful scraps I thought I avoided pokes me and reaps through my dress. I was so pissed at my cousin and even more pissed at the freaking bad door. There n then I called my carpenter to change all the bad doors.

    We woke up on Sunday morning to the sounds of Emilinks doors being replaced in the living room. My face beamed with smile cos I knew ‘beta don land’ even my poor cousin who was expressionless knew it was about time. Emilinks doors came through to our reduce,now we can dance n prance around the whole house without fear of a tear.

  9. medinat.s

    August 28, 2016 at 10:49 am

    #Emilinks #Bellanaija #Day21 #mystorydoor
    Behind our Emilinks kitchen door alot of Magic comes out right after, as a large family I’ve learnt that the most unique area for girls at home to gist is inside the kitchen, my sisters after dinner we literally go drop there plates then lit up a discussion either about a guy or something going on at home.

    Well, I don’t get to gossip with them but I’m a big fan of my mother’s food, so waiting by the kitchen door is more like a routine whenever I’m hungry and they’re pretty slow about it.

    My family always have moment behind the door which has bought about togetherness.

  10. jumzy

    August 28, 2016 at 10:52 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day21 #bellanaija

    My parents went away on vacation for the weekend, and I
    had the place to myself. I decided I’d cook a buttload of spaghetti, since I’m good at doing that and just eat leftovers all
    weekend.
    My mom buys frozen chicken, and
    normally I’d boil them out in a pot of water for a couple
    Minutes, but I couldn’t concentrate on the timing since I’m distracted watching TV, I got my bottle of oil and put in the poorly defrosted
    chicken, and immediately the pan blew up in flames. I stood there for a millisecond looking terribly confused and amazed at what just
    happened, I was able to grab the flaming pan and throwing it into the sink. Immediately I locked up the kitchen door to contain the smoke and avoid bad smell around the house. After catching my breath, I realized all the white cabinets next to the
    stove, as well as the ceiling above, were covered in soot.
    I spent the next hour and a half scrubbing but my kitchen door saves me a lot of trouble of explaining any bad smell.#BuyQuality #BuyEmilinks

  11. Vivian

    August 28, 2016 at 10:52 am

    Day 21
    Ok, so in a few minutes you will understand how a single Emilinks door changed the life of my family for the better.
    It was my very first semester in UNN, I came back home for the long vacation but catching my friends attention wasn’t easy anymore. I would sit in the veranda all day waiting for my parents to come home admiring That house opposite our building, it had just been completed and tenants troop in in numbers every day, How I wished we would pack into that new house I thought, I couldn’t see the interior, my friend said the apartments had very nice wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, she would sneak in there to take selfies for facebook, Lol. She didn’t need to sweat to tell me how nice the interior of the house looked; mere gazing at the kitchen door that linked its veranda right opposite my veranda gave me a feel of the apartment. I fantasized having one of the rooms to myself.
    One day, I braved it. I called a family meeting, usually meetings were fixed when I misbehaved and needed whooping, literally of course*chuckles*. I gave them reasons why we had to move: 1st (in my words) Mummy remember how you always complained about rodents and roaches coming in through the kitchen door? Good news is with the new apartment comes a cool kitchen door to prevent those.
    2nd (in my words still) Mummy do you also remember how you cried when Chioma poured water on the kitchen floor and it soaked your bags of rice, garri, crayfish and semolina? Well this new apartment has a really nice kitchen cabinet that could contain just about all our food items, and neatly tucked in of course.
    3rd Daddy do you realize how awful you sound every Saturday morning when you look for your tool kit? If only you had a furnished wardrobe with divisions you could tuck stuff like that into. But praise God this apartment has got it.
    4th Chioma your own is too fight with me over our only surviving mirror, FYI; this apartment comes with inbuilt mirror on every wardrobe door. Plus you can now pack those your long list of novels in your room cabinet
    I also reminded them of uncle Ejike whose furnishings were also done by Emilinks at an affordable price, so it wasn’t like we would be charged outrageous bills for enjoying such privileges. My father was already exhausted and saw that I was ready to keep listing the benefits and how more organized our lives would be with the new apartment.
    Long story short, we moved into the apartment in exactly one week, and now my friends come around to take selfies all day long, my family chaos has tremendously reduced. Thanks to that kitchen door. Thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  12. Boluwatife

    August 28, 2016 at 11:06 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory
    This is a story i would never forget.
    There was a case of theft in my house, and it caused a lot of problems, distrust and broke hearts. Someone stole #50,000 from my mum’s wardrobe.It was very disturbing. Everyone in the house became a suspect except the house boy, because he doesn’t enter her room.My sister cried because she did not believe my mum suspected her even with her good behavious.The house was in disarray, no one smiled to anyone for a whole week.It affected everything, school, work, name it. And then a miracle happened. #emilinks happened. My mum told her friend the story and she was advised to change all the wardrobes and kitchen door in the house to #emilinks furnitures because of what they are known for, a world class global manufacturer of durable furnitures and fittings such as beds, wardrobes, kitchen fittings, shelves for home and offices etc, because meat had started developing legs. She did so when we all were not around. 2 days after she changed the wardrobe and kitchen doors, we caught the thief trying to pick the wardrobe lock but he couldn’t, behold it was the house boy. My mum apologised and we became a family again. Now they call us the #emilinks family. Thank you for helping me share this intriguing story. Thank you and God bless #emilinksng

  13. Boluwatife

    August 28, 2016 at 11:09 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory
    This is a story i would never forget.
    There was a case of theft in my house, and it caused a lot of problems, distrust and broke hearts. Someone stole #50,000 from my mum’s wardrobe.It was very disturbing. Everyone in the house became a suspect except the house boy, because he doesn’t enter her room.My sister cried because she did not believe my mum suspected her even with her good behavious.The house was in disarray, no one smiled to anyone for a whole week.It affected everything, school, work, name it. And then a miracle happened. #emilinks happened. My mum told her friend the story and she was advised to change all the wardrobes and kitchen door in the house to #emilinks furnitures because of what they are known for, a world class global manufacturer of durable furnitures and fittings such as beds, wardrobes, kitchen fittings, shelves for home and offices etc, because meat had started developing legs. She did so when we all were not around. 2 days after she changed the wardrobe and kitchen doors, we caught the thief trying to pick the wardrobe lock but he couldn’t, behold it was the house boy. My mum apologised and we became a family again. Now they call us the #emilinks family. Thank you for helping me share this intriguing story. Thank you and God bless #emilinksng #day21

  14. Adesanya Ahmed

    August 28, 2016 at 11:10 am

    #Day 21 My wardrobe which once brought shame on me, now is my pride. I am now being envied by some of my friends. I have never been this happy before. Before my room, was a total mess, everything was always in disarray. I didn’t have the time to arrange anything. I had this cloth like wardrobe, it had little or no room for my things. My mum always complained about how my room was so unkempt, when my friends came to the house, I wouldn’t let them into my room. I always found one excuse or the other. Then one day, a friend of my dad came to the house and advised him to change our doors to Emilinks doors, for safety and maximum security. My dad told his friend, he would think about it. Then when his friend left. I went to my dad, and told him, ” Daddy, what your friend said is true o, I have heard a lot of good things about Emilinks myself” “Emilinks is now the rave in town” Everyone, young and old is talking about Emilinks. My dad said, ” Really, a colleague just yesterday told me about Emilinks, I think, it’s time I changed the doors. And I quickly chipped it in that I wanted an Emilinks wardrobe. My dad changed the doors and wardrobes. My wardrobe was state of the art, it gave a perfect finish to my room. I now have a wardrobe with plenty of room for my clothes, books, shoes and all my valuables. Now, I am the one who invites my friends to my room, anytime they come around. If one of my friends come around and does not compliment my wardrobe. I will go to my wardrobe and stand at it, as if to pick something from it, so my friend will notice my wardrobe’s uniqueness. My Emilinks Wardrobe, My Pride.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  15. Jaymez

    August 28, 2016 at 11:14 am

    As a proud Nigerian, it breaks my heart to see substandard Nigerian products littered everywhere. Thankfully, #Emilinks are in existence. I come from a less than privileged background, so affording high quality appliances and furnitures has mostly been a problem for us. One evening, I came back from a friend’s place just to realize we had a new kitchen door. The door was of high quality, so I asked my dad how he could afford it. He told me, “My son, I have realized that not all private corporations and enterprises in Nigeria are exploitative capitalists. This is a Pure Solid Wood door from Emilinks, and it is affordable enough for those who arent financially upright.” I was surprised, but also pleased that Emilinks let us enjoy their harmonious mix of timeless sophistication and modern appeal. Things like this are usually enjoyed by the high and mighty in Nigeria. Till today, the durability of the Pure Solid Wood door still amazes me. Rodents and geckos have drastically reduced in our kitchen, ultimately making food and property safer. Later that night, we were eating dinner as a family when my dad proposed a toast. “To what?,” my mum asked. My dad smiled and said, “To the gift of life and the quality therein.”

    #MyDoorStory

  16. Douglas

    August 28, 2016 at 11:15 am

    I have the most wonderful wife one could wish for, the most beautiful an awesome being.
    She’s got everything a man wants in a woman – she is beautiful, responsible, loving, caring …just what can you think of. To crown it all, she is the best cook one can ever dream of. I always look forward to her delicacy whenever I close from work and she never disappoints.

    But that very day, before I left home, she promised to cook my favourite and I just couldn’t wait to get to return from work even when I was just on my way to work. The thought of her meal even made me a bit less 100% at work and if you saw me that day, you would think I had a mistress I was eager to see.

    I got back home and I was excited only to be met with a bit disappointment. My wife was distraught. “What had gone wrong?” I wondered. She explained that she had made my delicacy several hours ago before stepping out for a business appointment. She hurried home to come microwave it ready for me, only to find my bejewelled delicacy had been feasted on by rodents. I looked her in the eyes and marveled at how God provided me with such a beauty who cared so much. I should be very sad about missing out on my meal but here she was taking the brunt of it.

    I was moved ot replace my kitchen doors with Emilinks door after discovering a hole beneath my old door where the rodents had made their way.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day21

  17. Muhammad Adamu

    August 28, 2016 at 11:17 am

    My wadrope prevent my clothes from squeezing. #emilinks #mydoorstory #day21

  18. Berry

    August 28, 2016 at 11:17 am

    I have never been this embarrassed in my life before.

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

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

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

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

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

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day21

  19. Oluwafunke

    August 28, 2016 at 11:21 am

    @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 #Day21

  20. Douglas

    August 28, 2016 at 11:22 am

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

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

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

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

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

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

    #Day 19 – #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  21. Oluwafunke

    August 28, 2016 at 11:23 am

    @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

  22. Oluwafunke

    August 28, 2016 at 11:25 am

    @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 #Day 21

  23. Rachel

    August 28, 2016 at 11:30 am

    #DAY21 #MYDOORSTORY #EMILINKS
    When I moved into my new house strange things started to happen in my kitchen. I am a very good cook. Very good puts it mildly, I don’t eat out, I take my time to cook whatever my stomach hungers for. When I first moved to my new compound, my new neighbours were not the best people. They were very unkind, rude and unnecessarily unfriendly. When I cooked for the first time in the compound, I could feel their regret. I know that they wished they could have had a bite of my aromatic food.
    Two weeks after I moved, I would cook all the time and whenever they saw me, they will look at me with so many pleas in their eyes. They wanted to eat my food, but NO. That’s what they get for hostility. The worse things started happening less than two months after I moved to the compound. Someone was opening my kitchen door and scrapping whatever I left in my pot. It was very embarrassing. Anytime I left anything in the pot, I would come back and the pot would be empty. It was a smooth robbery because it left no traces. This went on for 67 days. Yes, I counted.
    On the 68th day, I cooked nothing and I called the carpenter to check my door. He showed me how easy it was for the thief to open my kitchen door. Someone was using a knife through the latch to get into the kitchen and then locked it after eating everything. What a door! I told the carpenter to do something, so the next day; he arrived with an #Emilinks door. The door was of good quality, I feared the price but I found out it was very affordable.
    Three days after he fixed the door, I started my well-cooked home meals afresh. One Tuesday, I cooked in the morning and left, I came back home unexpectedly and I found three people by my door struggling, Mama Nkechi, Biola and Hauwa, my hostile neighbours. I caught the thieves that had been stealing my food. Unfortunately for them on that day, my #Emilinks kitchen door had replaced the door that had been helping them steal. I had the last laugh.

  24. Precious O.

    August 28, 2016 at 11:36 am

    Day21
    #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

  25. Douglas

    August 28, 2016 at 11:39 am

    I was invited to a Workshop on Food Safety, Personal and Kitchen Hygiene as one of the speakers.

    While having a discussion with the people who attended from various parts of the country, I realized most of them face the same the problems. Kitchen thefts, attacks from rats, insects like cockroaches and various stories. Some of the stories where quite hilarious. I recall one told me how she found cockroach inside her pot of soup after serving her husband, another said how she jumped out of the kitchen after a rat jumped on her from her bag of rice when she was about to cook. Lots of funny stories that everywhere was lively.

    They all wanted to know what the solution was, the best rat killers, insecticide and all that. I told them that all that would contribute to poor kitchen hygiene and could even be poisonous to the foods. I gave them a simple solution, change your kitchen door, kitchen windows and cabinets all to Emilinks. Many wondered what Emilinks while others have heard in the past but ignored. I assured them with the Emilinks brand of doors, windows, and cabinets, it was goodbye to rodents, insects and it will ensure a good food safety and kitchen hygiene in the society. They were all impressed and thanked me after.

    #Emilinks, #MyDoorStory – Day21

  26. Douglas

    August 28, 2016 at 11:41 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.

    #Day21, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    • Fred

      August 28, 2016 at 12:15 pm

      wait this man still hasn’t won? Bellanaija pity this guys na lol. Keep trying harder man, you have 9 days left

  27. okpis Benjamin

    August 28, 2016 at 11:43 am

    Day 20
    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

  28. Daniel O

    August 28, 2016 at 11:45 am

    Day20
    Wow… .how come I didn’t know about Emilinks competition.A friend just invited me here to participate because she knew of the experience I had with a good wardrobe. About a year ago when I gained admission I decided to move into the school hostel but was afraid. I have been hearing various Theft situations and I didn’t wanted to be a victim. I decided to move in anyway. I was still in the first week when I came To the hostel one day And met my belongings scattered about..i felt angry and insecure at the same time. A friend heard what happened and paid me a visit, we had a conversation where he told me of his own situation and also told me of how he solved it by getting and Emilinks wardrobe installed in his room. Since then his belongings has been secured. I too took his advice and got a good Emilinks wardrobe and since then I haven’t lost even a pin from my belongings. A good wardrobe keeps your belongings secure. It also keeps you save. Secure your belongings now with Emilinks.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎‎

  29. Olayemi

    August 28, 2016 at 11:46 am

    Day 21
    Me and my siblings were so angry when an Emilinks door was erected in our kitchen. My mom and dad didn’t seem to understand why. LolZzzz only us the children knew. Our previous substandard door assisted us in the continuos visitation to the kitchen almost every night.We always had a signal that only the three of us knew. Whenever mom and dad went to bed.We all take our different positions. Dele lock picking,tope watching out for mom and me getting ready to steal the meat. This all changed when an Emilinks arrived at our house. We all where angry until our neighbor got poisoned and the criminal was caught. She confessed that my family was the main target but she later changed her mind when she saw our newly erected inpenetrable Standard Emilinks door. It was then that me and my siblings learn to appreciate our Emilinks door.
    Even though we could no more carry out our night business in the kitchen. Lolzzz#MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎‎‎‎…

  30. Patience

    August 28, 2016 at 11:48 am

    #Day21
    #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 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

  31. Jemikalajah E

    August 28, 2016 at 11:48 am

    Day 21
    I can never forget the incident that happened to me and my aunty two years ago. I travelled to spend the holidays with her.That fateful night her husband had travelled out of the country for a business trip and she was left alone with me and her two children.We were about going to bed when we heard gun shots.Robbers where in the neighbourhood and her compound to be precised. She was calling the police when they kicked down the parlour door. Immediately, I remembered she had a strong Emilinks kitchen door.So I took the children together with her ,ran to the kitchen and shut the door.The robbers approached the kitchen door and started trying to kick it down it wouldn’t open, the door was very strong.They were hitting so had for about 20 minutes, the children were afraid but I told them not to worry for our good Emilinks kitchen door had our back. At that moment the police entered the neighborhood. The theives had no choice but to run off. The next morning her husband arrived and thanked me for my bravery. I was so thankful for our superhero Emilinks kitchen door. It saved our lives….
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎..‎

  32. Okpis Benjamin

    August 28, 2016 at 11:49 am

    Day 21
    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 wardrobe
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎

  33. Omolara Atoyebi

    August 28, 2016 at 11:50 am

    Experience they say is the best teacher. It pays to heed to advice. I live in a bungalow. Our kitchen and courtyard are demarcated by an Emilinks door. We always keep our generator in the courtyard. My mom has always complained about cooking and refilling the generator with diesel at the same time but we never obeyed. On this fateful day, we did the same thing. Luckily for my brother, he had already refilled the generator with fuel when I lit the gas cooker. Boom! We heard. It was an explosion from the courtyard. It was a huge one. We had mixed thoughts and was scared to open the door but we later summoned courage. We opened our Emilinks kitchen door leading to the courtyard and to our utmost surprise our courtyard was as black as a coal house. This was due to the fuel odour which was later ignited by the matches I lit. Only one thing saved me from the explosion…the Emilinks door that was closed. Now, we pay huge and special attention to our gen and our door as well.
    One advice from me…Never underrate the durability of an Emilinks door! #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day18

  34. Onyinyechi E.

    August 28, 2016 at 11:51 am

    #Day21

    Having a good wardrope as a household item should not be taken for granted.

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

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

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

    Bravo to tested and trusted #Emilinks

    @EmilinksNG @BellaNaija

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    #Day21

  35. hamed

    August 28, 2016 at 11:52 am

    Day 21
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Last year some unknown people entered our compound when we were out for work.They entered all the rooms,break our wardrobe and they took everything in the wardrobe away except for one guy…After the incident I went to the guy to ask what happened because I thought we were all using the same wardrobe but to my surprise he’s wardrobe was different and he told me he was using emilink wardrobe.Now I don port to EMILINK ooo and am 100% confident that nothing will happen to my stuff again ooo…Thanks to Emilink oo

  36. flames

    August 28, 2016 at 11:57 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day21
    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 #day21

  37. jumzy

    August 28, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day21 #bellanaija

    My parents went away on vacation for the weekend, and I
    had the place to myself. I decided I’d cook a buttload of spaghetti, since I’m good at doing that and just eat leftovers all
    weekend.
    My mom buys frozen chicken, and
    normally I’d boil them out in a pot of water for a couple
    Minutes, but I couldn’t concentrate on the timing since I’m distracted watching TV, I got my bottle of oil and put in the poorly defrosted
    chicken, and immediately the pan blew up in flames. I stood there for a millisecond looking terribly confused and amazed at what just
    happened, I was able to grab the flaming pan and throwing it into the sink. Immediately I locked up the kitchen door to contain the smoke and avoid bad smeel around the house. After catching my breath, I realized all the white cabinets next to the
    stove, as well as the ceiling above, were covered in soot.
    I spent the next hour and a half scrubbing but my kitchen door saves me a lot of trouble of explaining any bad smell.#BuyQuality #BuyEmilinks

  38. Boluwatife

    August 28, 2016 at 12:03 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory
    This is a story i would never forget.
    There was a case of theft in my house, and it caused a lot of problems, distrust and broke hearts. Someone stole #50,000 from my mum’s wardrobe.It was very disturbing. Everyone in the house became a suspect except the house boy, because he doesn’t enter her room.My sister cried because she did not believe my mum suspected her even with her good behavious.The house was in disarray, no one smiled to anyone for a whole week.It affected everything, school, work, name it. And then a miracle happened. #emilinks happened. My mum told her friend the story and she was advised to change all the wardrobes and kitchen door in the house to #emilinks furnitures because of what they are known for, a world class global manufacturer of durable furnitures and fittings such as beds, wardrobes, kitchen fittings, shelves for home and offices etc, because meat had started developing legs. She did so when we all were not around. 2 days after she changed the wardrobe and kitchen doors, we caught the thief trying to pick the wardrobe lock but he couldn’t, behold it was the house boy. My mum apologised and we became a family again. Now they call us the #emilinks family. Thank you for helping me share this intriguing story. Thank you and God bless #emilinksng #day20 #day20

  39. Ruhamah

    August 28, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    #Emilinks#My door story#Day 21. “What to wear?” This question pops into the mind of a person that has got his/her clothes strewn all over the place. This can be avoided succinctly put when you have got a Good quality wardrobe with different sections for your clothe, undies and the rest. The “question what to wear?” will be a thing of the past. None other fits this description than Emilinks Wardrobe. Emilinks wardrobe has got all the qualities a wardrobe needs.Go get yours now.

  40. Obot Sarah

    August 28, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    As a psychologist and a marriage counsellor, I’d always said”The way a woman keeps her ward rope is the way she keeps her man. ”What destroys the family union ain’t the major misunderstandings but minor problems occurring within the home.
    Early this month a couple was referred to me for counseling by a friend of theirs whom I’d once counselled. I asked to inquire what the problem was and why they decided to separate with their kids apart. The wife says her husbands always complain of stains on his clothing which embarrass him when he goes out to work, she felt he was nagging and complaining that she couldn’t wash his clothes properly. In addition she said she suspects her husband is having an affair and is insisting on a way to drive her out of the home.
    On interviewing the husband, he explained what happened, he said ”On this faithful day, he looked fully prepared for his presentation at the office, picked his favorite navy blue and silver colored suit,dusted it and didn’t notice the appearance, confident that he was at his best. Reaching out for his suitcase,he headed for the office. During the period of the presentation, little nymphs(young cockroaches)came out from the inner pocket of his suit. His presentation was successful yet he lost his self esteem and the thought of been disgraced among his colleagues. Which wasn’t enough, dipping his hand into the inner pocket he found more eggs been played by the mother cockroach”
    Arriving home, he poured his aggression to his lovely wife and then a heated argument occurred and the wife said she’s so fed up with these issues.”
    I asked to know the condition of the ward rope, and was informed that the ward rope was in bad shape and there isn’t any door more so, the dust from the spoilt part of the woods were affecting his clothings. I suggested they get an emilinks wardrope and rearrange it. after much counseling i left them alone to settle their differences.
    They went for shopping and got an Emilinks ward rope, Then they realised it was the ward rope that had the problem.
    The war was over!!!!!
    Thanks to Emilinks for averting a separation or future divorce#

  41. Joy Atuadi

    August 28, 2016 at 12:27 pm

    Day21
    #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.

  42. Ehinomen Izekor

    August 28, 2016 at 12:29 pm

    Day21
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    There is this particular aunt of mine I always love visiting during the holidays and this is because her home is sooo cozy,from the surroundings to the flowers to the house itself.What impresses me more in her house is her Emilinks wardrobes.They make you feel at home and are beautifully and wonderfully made.Most times when I want to snap a photograph to upload on a social media,I run down to one of the wardrobe and snap. It is sooo beautiful with its various partitions.Something interesting happened One day.A friend of mine came visiting in my aunts house, for a while I was busy so I left her in the room alone.When I was through, I came into the room and later saw my friend off.When she got home she called me and said there’s something she wants to tell me.She said while I was busy in the kitchen, she wanted to take one of my tops she admired(you know we ladies, how we pick each others clothes..close friends though).She said she kept struggling with the wardrobe but couldn’t open it and she wanted to know its make.I laughed and told her it was an Emilinks wardrobe and she said she needed something like that and was going to tell her dad.That she did and they got an Emilinks wardrobe.. Emilinks product sell for themselves,no too much talk is needed.When you see an Emilinks product,you smell quality all around it..Emilinks furniture on point.

  43. ruhamah

    August 28, 2016 at 12:30 pm

    I have always admired tailors. The idea of sitting on a chair and tapping my feet on the machine and a beautiful clothe comes out thrills me. It is kinda msgical. Now, I am not a tailor though. In my former place of residence, I had this tailor friend who works so hard yet no reward. Customers comes out of her shop grumbling, she looking frazzled and looking for ways to pacify them. I decided to enquire and see if a solution can be proffered. I asked some of the customers and found out that most of them receive their clothes rumpled with an odd smell and some dont get theirs brcause it has not been found. It hit me immediately. she has got no eardrobe just Old ghans must go bags. I informed her of Emilinks products. its beauty, durability and affordability. Alsovthe peace and ease of accessing customer clothes easily. She heeded my advice and is grateful till date. She even saved my name on her phone as Emilinks ruhamah to remind her of the help. #Emilinks#My door story#Day 21.

  44. Elechi Kindness

    August 28, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    Day21
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I am a lady who is currently serving as a youth corp member. I was fortunate to get a space in the corpers lodge but the room needed a lot of retouching. So I cleaned,painted and all.But there was something missing..A WARDROBE!I needed somewhere to arrange my clothes,shoes,bags,scarfs and all.My field requires having a proper dress sense,looking neat and smart and that requires a good wardrobe.I made enquiries and was advice to get an Emilinks wardrobe..God bless the soul who gave me that advice..Having an Emilinks wardrobe is the best thing that happened to my room.When my friends come visiting, they must make positive comments about my wardrobe.. Two of them eventually got Emilinks wardrobe in their place of residence. Emilinks wardrobe is an essential in every home,it makes arrangement easier.You want that room to be envied by others..GET AN EMILINKS WARDROBE and thank me later.

  45. Joy Atuadi

    August 28, 2016 at 12:38 pm

    Day21
    #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.

  46. Experience

    August 28, 2016 at 12:39 pm

    Day 21
    My Wardrobe Story is funny and romantic at the same time.I was in my final year in school when my sister gained admission into the same university I was. So I decided to visit her on her first day in order to help her arrange her things. She had earlier met a 300 level student who decided to share her self-con with her so that they can both pay the rent equally.On getting there I entered the apartment.it was a one Sitting room and a one bedroom apartment so I was invited into the room.Immediately I entered that room my life changed. I saw a very beautiful wardrobe which I knew belonged to her room mate.Oh My God,it was so beautiful. The clothes in it were folded separately. It was partitioned in such a way that there were different segments. Skirts were hanged differently. Trousers were hanged separately, Gowns were hanged separately, lingeries were arranged separately.There was even a segment for shoes. I immediately fell inlove with Sophie(the roommate)i was amazed by her neat nature through the wardrobe.Her tidiness made me fall in love with her. I couldn’t hide it and had to tell her how impressed I was. I asked her the name of the wardrobe and she told me Emilinks. I decided to get one for my sister too. I needed the best for her. Me and Sophie are still together till date. It’s funny how a good wardrobe can breed love.. LolZzzz. An advice to the ladies in here please go and get an Emilinks wardrobe.A good wardrobe makes you appear neat and tidy. It also protects your clothes from termites. Go and get yours oooo
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎

  47. Experience

    August 28, 2016 at 12:40 pm

    MyDoorStory story is funny and romantic at the same time.I was on final year in school when my sister gained admission into the same university in school. So I decided to visit her on her first day in order to help her arrange her things. She had earlier met a 300 level student who decided to share her self-con with her so that they can both pay the rent equally.On getting there I entered the apartment.it was a one room apartment so I was invited into the room.Immediately I entered that room my life changed. I saw a very beautiful wardrobe which I knew belonged to her room mate.Oh My God,it was so beautiful. The clothes in it were folded separately. It was partitioned in such a way that there were different segments. Skirts were hanged differently. Trousers were hanged separately, Gowns were hanged separately, lingeries were arranged separately.There was even a segment for shoes. I immediately fell inlove with Sophie(the roommate)i was amazed by her neat nature through the wardrobe.Her tidiness made me fall in love with her. I couldn’t hide it and had to tell her how impressed I was. I asked her the name of the wardrobe and she told me Emilinks. I decided to get one for my sister too. I needed the best for her. Me and Sophie are still together till date. It’s funny how a good wardrobe can breed love.. LolZzzz. An advice to the ladies in here please go and get an Emilinks wardrobe.A good wardrobe makes you appear neat and tidy. It also protects your clothes from termites. Go and get yours oooo
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎..

  48. Lizzy

    August 28, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    Day 21
    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    ‘You look so nice and takeaway’. ‘Hello babe may I have your contact?’. I never received those complements nor wear smiles before until a friend introduced Me to Emilinks wardrobe. I always noticed tears and scratches on my clothes before I got Emilinks wardrobe. You can imagine how embarrassing it is that you went for an occasion only for someone to tap you and whisper to you ‘your cloth is torn at the back’ hahahah… oops. It once happened to me. But with Emilinks wardrobe My clothes are safe and tear and dust free. My Emilinks wardrobe is bae. Emilinks wardrobe is the best. Go for Emilinks and always appear great.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  49. cynthia

    August 28, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    @EmilinksNG #MyDoorStory #day21 Looking good they say is good business, this saying rings very true for me, as a fashion designer my 1st duty is to look good to stay in business, and i do not joke with my appearance, i had a good wardrobe and it had been serving me well or so i used to think, it kept my clothes neat and Straight and although it was a little tight in there it didnt matter until a few weeks ago when i had a 7am appointment, in my usual way i had my bath about an hour before the appointment, and it was time to get dressed , i had planned on putting on my white blazers and grey pants but no matter how hard i looked i couldn’t find either one of them, i was running late i decided to opt for another cloth, luckily i spotted a green gown i hadnt worn in a while and decided to go for it but when i lifted it from the hanger it was full of some whitish substance, on closer look i found it to be wood dust, it was no longer funny i was running late so i began to pull out all my clothes and to my surprise i found most of them in the same condition. I had to make do with a black gown that seemed unaffected but when i got to the appointment my partner called me aside and pointed out to me that my gown was dirty, i felt really embarrassed, i had to borrow her jacket but thank God the meeting went well, when i got home i found out that termites had gotten to the wood of my wardrobe and it had began to crumble that explained the wood dust on my clothes, i got a better wardrobe an emilinks wardrobe, and it has taught me the true meaning of perfect even my clothes that used to fill up the other wardrobe are now well stated, it has various cabinets for everything and the wood cannot be affect by anything, its simply awesome .. And just in case you’re wondering, my younger sister ‘borrowed’ my white blazers and pants that’s why i couldn’t find it, now i have an emilinks wardrobe i can effectively lock it to avoid such ‘borrows’ in the future
    Thank you emilinks..

  50. Chukwukere Timothy

    August 28, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    Day 21
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Doors; a very legitimate paths. My wardrobe; All my precious belongings are more than just safe, because they are all saved within these doors. Thanks to #Emilink my the well furnished door presents a mouth-watering background for my pictures.
    Joshua, my roommates countless times has been held spellbound “Eminence, if your wardrobe was human, I will keep all my secret therein.” That’s his unending remarks.
    If you can find anything more secure than my wardrobe, I will eat my hat.

  51. taiwo

    August 28, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    A wardrobe without a door us just like a body without a heart. emilinks doors; bringing life…

  52. Jemikalajah E

    August 28, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    I can’t find my comment

  53. Daniel o

    August 28, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    Please I can’t see my comment

  54. Glory

    August 28, 2016 at 1:35 pm

    Day 21 @Emilinks @ bellanaija
    I love colours! However, what to wear and how to match outfits has always been a problem for me. Until my friend nicknamed me ‘glorywhatowear’. .lol. The issue is, I always ended up with a scattered wardrobe (a tiny wardrobe with zero partitions) by the time I’m done trying this with that, and that. I know someone will say can you rearrange? I can’t because im lazy…hahaha scratch that. Its because I’m usually late after all the wahala, and this makes it even harder on me the next day because I now have to sort through the piles of clothes before starting my matching procedure all over. hehehe. But guess what? With my new Emilinks wardrobe and its partitions I can now arrange my clothes very easily. E.g, Tops on one partition, jeans on the other then skirts etc, Making it easy for me to see everything and pick easily for my mix and match. Emilinks has made it so oooo much easier for me by saving me time and stress! #Emilinks #mydoorstory

  55. kelechi

    August 28, 2016 at 1:46 pm

    #EMILINKS #MyDoorStory #Bellanaija #Day21

    I am a house agent, in my over 6 years of experience, I have come to realize that women consider the kitchen cabinet and kitchen doors most when choosing a house.
    I have been out of jobs for over 8 months till a friend introduced me to EMILINKS. I started going round to speak to some landlords on the need for EMILINKS door and cabinets and most of them agreed because of the unique door designs and cheap prices EMILINKS offer and changed theirs, in the space of 3 months, I rented out more houses than I have ever done in the past and my commission was very high. Other landlords came running to me and I told them the EMILINKS secret and they too changed theirs and today I have more demands from other landlords to rent out their houses.
    Thank you EMILINKS, I have moved from no jobs to selecting jobs.
    # EMILINKS…. The builders secret.

  56. JosephO

    August 28, 2016 at 2:04 pm

    Truth be told, whether we like it or not, we can’t do without doors in our lives. We all need to go through doors. Check this out;

    When we crave for security and safety we crave for doors.
    When you want to ”feel free” at home or desire privacy in our offices we need doors.
    When we yearn for success, all we seek is opening of doors.

    We all want happiness in life but if you don’t have security, peace, freedom and privacy you won’t be happy. See why you can’t do without doors?

    Friends, if opportunities aren’t knocking its because you don’t have doors. Go to #Emilinks and get some cure.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  57. Angel

    August 28, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    Day 20 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    Some years back before I got married,
    My parents left for the Redeemed Christian Church annual convention in Lagos and won’t be back till a week after. They are to stay away for a whole 13 days though they made provisions for our feedings and other needs because mummy usually buy food stuff in bulk on monthly basis.

    Barely 5days they left, we already ran out of cash, gas and even kerosene but we kept managing with what we have at home and resorted to using charcoal stove, popularly known as Abacha Stove.
    On thursday afternoon, I received a call from my fiancé who said he just returned from Abuja and would want to see me first before going home, meanwhile he has not eating since morning so I should prepare some food for him and his friend.
    I was very happy hearing from him but thought of cash to prepare the food instantly killed my joy.
    I ran to a friend who borrowed me the little amount she has but the money was unable to buy all that I need for the food not to think of buying kerosene. As usual, I loaded charcoal on the charcoal stove and started cooking.
    They arrived some minutes after I started cooking and everywhere around my kitchen was filled with smoke smell and I was ashamed to go out to receive them, I rather sent my kid sister to usher them into the sitting room and tell him I will see him immediately I drop what am doing. Meanwhile I wasn’t too busy to go out to receive them but the shame of smoke smell wouldn’t let me.
    The kitchen door that linked the sitting room is EmiLinks door and I locked the door from behind until I finished cooking, so he won’t find his way to the kitchen to meet me in that pool of smoke and it’s smell. All my efforts to make the kitchen area smell better did not work. I rushed into the bathroom to clean up myself before going to see him. I have already arranged better lies on how smoke entered our house through our neighbors kitchen if he asked, but to my greatest surprise when I got to the sitting room, it was still smelling very very sweet and fresh. No atom of smoke smell anywhere around the sitting room. EmiLinks door save me the embarrassment I would have received especially from my fiance friend. That’s where I respect EmiLinks door big time! I serve them food and his first comment as they eat the food was “The aroma of this food is superb, likewise the taste. Are you sure you did not buy this meal from restaurant because I never perceived any food aroma since I entered this house” I pointed at the EmiLinks kitchen door and said; the secret is that door, it’s smell proof, we started Laughing. Until they left, I did not open the kitchen door so that the smoke smell will not penetrate into the sitting room #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  58. Rita

    August 28, 2016 at 2:33 pm

    # EMILINKS #MyDoorStory #Day 21
    I have a very dear roommate turned friend who is blind. She got a job in Radio Nigeria and came over to Owerri to stay with me. Gradually my boss started complaining that I now come late to work and gave me the last warning. One Monday morning I came late for meeting and he issued me a query, I went to his office crying and explained that I had to select my friends cloth every morning before coming to work. The next day, he gave me EMILINKS multiple shelve wardrobe and I took it home, arranged my friends cloth in the wardrobe, all she needs to do is pick up a pack and wear since I have matched the right colours while arranging them. With the help of EMILINKS multiple shelve wardrobe, we dress up at the same time and we both have never been late to work since then.
    With EMILINKS wardrobe, my blind friend who love doing things for her self have regained her confidence back.
    #Emilinks, restoring happiness and creating bonds among friends.

  59. Omolara Atoyebi

    August 28, 2016 at 3:02 pm

    Experience they say is the best teacher. It pays to heed to advice.
    I live in a bungalow. Our kitchen and courtyard are demarcated by an Emilinks door. We always keep our generator in the courtyard. My mom has always complained about cooking and refilling the generator with diesel at the same time but we never obeyed.
    On this fateful day, we did the same thing. Luckily for my brother, he had already refilled the generator with fuel when I lit the gas cooker. Boom! We heard. It was an explosion from the courtyard. It was a huge one. We had mixed thoughts and was scared to open the door but we later summoned courage. We opened our Emilinks kitchen door leading to the courtyard and to our utmost surprise our courtyard was as black as a coal house. This was due to the fuel odour which was later ignited by the matches I lit. Only one thing saved me from the explosion…the Emilinks door that was closed. Now, we pay huge and special attention to our gen and our door as well.
    One advice from me…Never underrate the durability of an Emilinks door! #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day21

  60. ajayi tosin

    August 28, 2016 at 3:23 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory
    it has always been a difficult process for me over the past years.i have this crazy wardrobe that no matter how wise i think i was,after locking the wardrobe with paper used in blocking holes on it,i woke up each day to find coackroach and rat stain on my cloth.i was so frustrated that i had to leave my valuable cloths on spread line both in sun and rain just to prevent it from rodents attack.at a point i decided to. eliminate the wardrobe because a leaking pocket is worst than none.but the joy that. lasted my story was #Emilinks.Since i patronize emilinks for a new wardrobe,i use my monthly gain to buy cloth as am totally cinvinced that my wears are secured with #Emilinks product
    thsnks to #emilinks

  61. Experience

    August 28, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    Day19
    My Wardrobe story is funny and romantic at the same time.I was on final year in school when my sister gained admission into the same university I was. So I decided to visit her on her first day in order to help her arrange her things. She had earlier met a 300 level student who decided to share her self-con with her so that they can both pay the rent equally.On getting there I entered the apartment.it was a one room apartment so I was invited into the room.Immediately I entered that room my life changed. I saw a very beautiful wardrobe which I knew belonged to her room mate.Oh My God,it was so beautiful,. The clothes in it were folded separately. It was partitioned in such a way that there were different segments. Skirts were hanged differently. Trousers were hanged separately, Gowns were hanged separately, lingeries were arranged separately.There was even a segment for shoes. I immediately fell inlove with Sophie(the roommate)i was amazed by her neat nature through the wardrobe.Her tidiness made me fall in love with her. I couldn’t hide it and had to tell her how impressed I was. I asked her the name of the wardrobe and she told me Emilinks. I decided to get one for my sister too. I needed the best for her. Me and Sophie are still together till date. It’s funny how a good wardrobe can breed love.. LolZzzz. An advice to the ladies in here please go and get an Emilinks wardrobe.A good wardrobe makes you appear neat and tidy. It also protects your clothes from termites. Go and get yours oooo
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎

  62. Jemikalajah E

    August 28, 2016 at 3:38 pm

    Day21
    Wow… .how come I didn’t know about Emilinks competition.A friend just invited me here to participate because she knew of the experience I had with a good wardrobe. About a year ago when I gained admission I decided to move into the school hostel but was afraid. I have been hearing various Theft situations and I didn’t wanted to be a victim. I decided to move in anyway. I was still in the first week when I came To the hostel one day And met my belongings scattered about..i felt angry and insecure at the same time. A friend heard what happened and paid me a visit, we had a conversation where he told me of his own situation and also told me of how he solved it by getting and Emilinks wardrobe installed in his room. Since then his belongings has been secured. I too took his advice and got a good Emilinks wardrobe and since then I haven’t lost even a pin from my belongings. A good wardrobe keeps your belongings secure. It also keeps you save. Secure your belongings now with Emilinks…
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎‎

  63. Jemikalajah E

    August 28, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Day 21
    I can never forget the incident that happened to me and my aunty two years ago. I travelled to spend the holidays with her.That fateful night her husband had travelled out of the country for a business trip and she was left alone with me and her two children.We were about going to bed when we heard gun shots.Robbers where in the neighbourhood and her compound to be precised. She was calling the police when they kicked down the parlour door. Immediately, I remembered she had a strong Emilinks kitchen door.So I took the children together with her ,ran to the kitchen and shut the door.The robbers approached the kitchen door and started trying to kick it down it wouldn’t open, the door was very strong…They were hitting so had for about 20 minutes, the children were afraid but I told them not to worry for our good Emilinks kitchen door had our back. At that moment the police entered the neighborhood. The theives had no choice but to run off. The next morning her husband arrived and thanked me for my bravery. I was so thankful for our superhero Emilinks kitchen door. It saved our lives.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎..‎

  64. Sanda Adeola Samuel

    August 28, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    Imagine you waking up with this burning hunger for food. You only drank garri last night and your tummy is telling you it wasn’t enough. Opening the plates and pots expecting a miracle yielded nothing as they were sparkling clean as they were when you checked yesterday. After a lot of “Fine bara” around luckily for you, you got money enough for some ingredients and foodstuff.
    You put all your effort into cooking a very colourful, tasty jollof rice. You even managed to buy 1 fried fish. Just for you to clean up, you got back and found your pot without the rice, only a handful of garri. What would you do?
    To avoid this kind of situation, a good kitchen door such as #Emilinks door is adviced and a must have for all homes. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day21

  65. Mikay

    August 28, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    My door story is one I would never forget. It happened when I was in my freshman year. My friend and I rented an apartment off campus but different rooms in the same building.Actually, his room was two rooms away from mine.The landlord adviced us to get Emilinks wardrobes for security because of incessant robbery in the environment but my friend was a miser.I got Emilinks doors at a very affordable amount that didnt even affect my allowance at all. My friend’s miserly attitude turn him to a biochemical carpenter ( we are studying biochemistry) because he was always repairing his wardrobe even termites and cockroach had a duplex in his wardrobe.
    Then our greatest fear came, robbers came to our apartments.I hid my phone and laptop in my Emilinks wardrobe and when the thieves tried to break the wardrobe and they couldn’t, they decided to beat me but my phone and laptop was safe. Unluckily for my miserly guy, the noise of the thieves alone was making d locker to shiver and he was robbed of his laptop and phone.my clothes and gadgets are protected by the “quality of #Emilinks wardrobe”.
    #MyDoorStory #Day21

  66. Olubunmi

    August 28, 2016 at 4:24 pm

    Day 21 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #BellaNaija

    “The garri is finished”.

    “What do you mean? I just bought garri three days ago”.

    I turned away and sighed resignedly. Sometimes, it was just pointless arguing with these kids. I wasn’t against them eating well and inviting their friends over. My problem with them was that they were always wasting food. They couldn’t understand how hard it was becoming for me to buy basic foodstuffs. Prices were rising but my salary wasn’t. They continued to consume food like a rugby team.

    I proceeded to get some cooking oil to fry some eggs. The thought of a nice meal of yam and spicy scrambled eggs got my tummy rumbling. I went to the pantry where the foodstuffs were kept.

    I wasn’t prepared for what I saw. Someone had left the bottle of cooking oil loosely covered and it had poured away. My heart sank. I couldn’t go on like this.

    “Tolani! Debola! Bayonle! Subomi! Come downstairs this minute!”

    They scampered down the stairs. Shaping with anger, I held up the empty bottle of oil. “What happened?”

    They gave each other guilty glances and started to argue.

    “It wasn’t me”, said Bayonle.

    Tolani asked her, “Didn’t you say that you wanted to prepare fried Indomie?”

    Bayonle retorted, “Why are you lying?”

    Debola, my only son, began to look bored.

    Subomi, who was the baby of the house said; “Mummy, Debola has been frying eggs everyday. Even yesterday when you were out, his friends came and they cooked jollof rice with fried eggs. He told me not to tell you.”

    “If I slap the senses out of you…. ” Debola was already giving Subomi a menacing glare.

    “Enough!” I screamed. “Do you think I pluck money from trees?”

    “Instead of yam and eggs, you will all eat beans. That would teach you not to waste food. What kind of meal is rice and fried egg? Are you from Mars? You should eat to live, not live to eat. I will not allow any child of mine to be a glutton”.

    They groaned. I knew how much they hated beans, but I did what had to be done.

    The next day, I had an idea. My husband and I went to look at kitchen furnishings and fittings in a showroom. The dealer showed me around.

    I stopped at a very beautiful kitchen cabinet. The finishing was perfect. As I ran my fingers along the woodwork, I smiled and said, “This is just what I need”. The dealer told me, “You couldn’t have made a better choice. There is no better brand in the market than Emilinks. Come and check out our doors.”

    That was how we bought a kitchen cabinet and a couple of doors, all made by Emilinks. I have never regretted my action.

    Food is always kept in the cupboards and my children have to ask for my permission before they cook anything. They don’t waste food anymore. When their friends are around, they don’t go into the kitchen because of the door which I keep locked when it isn’t in use. Every penny spent on Emilinks fittings has been worth it.

    Thank you #Emilinks

  67. orekoya babatunde samuel

    August 28, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day21
    On a beautiful Monday morning, i woke up with the thought of what to do with my life. As a graduate in telecommunication there is job scarcity. With my phone battery down to just few percent i switched it on and to my surprise i got a message from MTN to come for an interview that day by 10:am. I was filled with joy at the sight of the message, with smiles on my face i rushed to the bathroom and cleaned up.. Heading to my room i started thinking about what to wear because there was power shortage in my area so i couldnt iron my clothes. All hope was lost at going to the interview at this time i opened my wardrobe, opened suitcase and found out that my suit is clean, well ironed and not a speck of dust on it. My dead spirit arose again, with smiles on my face i dressed up and went for the interview.
    Two days later i got a message to resume to the nearest office ASAP. On my resumption my boss asked me how i landed the job that so many people were disqualified due to their untidiness.. I smiled and said my wardrobe came to the rescue if not i would have missed a life changing opportunity. Thank God, Thank Emilinks wardrobe. 100%trusthworthy and [email protected] @Emilinksng

  68. Tunde Sanusi (Tuham)

    August 28, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 21

    Having good clothes are totally cute but without good wardrobes like that of Emilinks to accomodate, those clothes might be spoiled by Nuisance Insects. Just like a particular door incidence that happened.

    It was friday evening, a day that opens door to weekend. Mama had cooked a good egusi soup to enjoy through the weekend and even though i haven’t enter the house (just coming from a friend’s house), i could smell the sweet aroma of the soup.
    Mama told us we would have to wait till Saturday morning before we enjoy her soup and that we are having Jollof Rice as the evening meal. I waited, and waited till the morning came but turns out, Mama’s sweet aroma good soup had been finished by Rats. We later detects those rodents pass through the Weak door to the kitchen.
    Now having heard of good reviews about Emilinks Doors from 4 of our neighbours, we are going to get Emilinks Door soonest to prevents another incidence like this.

    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  69. Ojoachele

    August 28, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    Apart from feeling my food is secure, I’m practically always in the kitchen because I love to cook; this hasn’t always been my story because I hated my kitchen until #emilinks happened. I’m a sucker for beautiful kitchens and only them have put my likes into consideration, they do not only make quality doors but their aesthetics is top notch. I totally recommend #emilinks for anyone with great taste. I mean what’s a great kitchen without emilinks#mydoorstory

  70. onye

    August 28, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    In the past, my clothes were always rough only because am not the type of person that fancy using wardrobe because it looks so stressful to me whenever i am in hurry to search for something in there, purposely because of it little space without chefs , nearly everything in there will get scattered , I have to be iron my cloth on a daily bases before going to work,
    Fortunately, i pay a visit to a friend of my,it was on Friday in fact it was indeed a grate fun day, so till we did not check the time, before could knew it, it was late already, then my friend said to me you will sleep here to night since it”s late already so by tomorrow you will go back to your house and i agreed to his suggestion, few minutes later as i entered his bedroom to undress and go for shower , his wardrobe was my point of contact, immediately i developed interest in having such a nice wardrobe, after a little discussion i asked him, this wardrobe of yours where did you buy it and what maker? Then he replied, i bought it at #Emilinks shop some metres away from here and i told him you will the place, following morning been Saturday, we went to the place and i priced it, the price in which i said then its cheap. Then i included it to my following month budget, 3 months ago. Right now the new wardrobe acquired by me has made me a stress free going area whenever i went to pick up things inside it. It has more space in stages unlike before.

  71. onye

    August 28, 2016 at 4:51 pm

    In the past, my clothes were always rough only because am not the type of person that fancy using wardrobe because it looks so stressful to me whenever i am in hurry to search for something in there, purposely because of it little space without chefs , nearly everything in there will get scattered , I have to iron my cloth on a daily bases before going to work,
    Fortunately, i pay a visit to a friend of my,it was on Friday in fact it was indeed a grate fun day, so till we did not check the time, before we could knew it, it was late already, then my friend said to me you will sleep here to night since it”s late already so by tomorrow you will go back to your house and i agreed to his suggestion, few minutes later as i entered his bedroom to undress and go for shower , his wardrobe was my point of contact, immediately i developed interest in having such a nice wardrobe, after a little discussion i asked him, this wardrobe of yours where did you buy it and what maker? Then he replied, i bought it at #Emilinks shop some metres away from here and i told him you will the place, following morning been Saturday, we went to the place and i priced it, the price in which i said then its cheap. Then i included it to my following month budget, 3 months ago. Right now the new wardrobe acquired by me has made me a stress free going area whenever i went to pick up things inside it. It has more space in stages unlike before.

  72. onye

    August 28, 2016 at 4:53 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day21
    In the past, my clothes were always rough only because am not the type of person that fancy using wardrobe because it looks so stressful to me whenever i am in hurry to search for something in there, purposely because of it little space without chefs , nearly everything in there will get scattered , I have to iron my cloth on a daily bases before going to work,
    Fortunately, i pay a visit to a friend of my,it was on Friday in fact it was indeed a grate fun day, so till we did not check the time, before we could knew it, it was late already, then my friend said to me you will sleep here to night since it”s late already so by tomorrow you will go back to your house and i agreed to his suggestion, few minutes later as i entered his bedroom to undress and go for shower , his wardrobe was my point of contact, immediately i developed interest in having such a nice wardrobe, after a little discussion i asked him, this wardrobe of yours where did you buy it and what maker? Then he replied, i bought it at #Emilinks shop some metres away from here and i told him you will the place, following morning been Saturday, we went to the place and i priced it, the price in which i said then its cheap. Then i included it to my following month budget, 3 months ago. Right now the new wardrobe acquired by me has made me a stress free going area whenever i went to pick up things inside it. It has more space in stages unlike before.

  73. Mary

    August 28, 2016 at 4:58 pm

    Wow Wow, i just saw my name as the first winner. Thanks to Emilinks looking forward to hearing from you.
    Guys keep trying and never give up, i did same and behold i was declared as one of the winners.

    If its not Emilinks, i ca never be like Emilinks

  74. Bryan

    August 28, 2016 at 5:02 pm

    Day 21 #mydoorstory #emilinks @bellanqija. Months ago I can never forget what my wardrobe used to be like, sorry did I say wardrobe, nah nah. I meant ghana must go bag. I remember back then that my clothes were the ones competing for space in the bag with rats and cockroaches occupying a larger space. It was so frustrating that I used to dread even going into the bag to pick out a cloth to wear. As much as I dreaded this style of keeping my clothes, I usually dreamt of the day that I would have a wardrobe of my own and not just any kind. I visited a friend recently and we went gisting to his awesome room but what really caught my attention was his very quality classy and beautiful wardrobe, and when I asked him about the wardrobe which I thought would be very costly, He laughed and happily told me that it wasn’t expensive at all. she got it from #emilinks. I quickly went for #emilinks wardrobe the first opportunity I had, and since then I feel like my dreams have come true, no more fear to go into my wardrobe(fomerly Ghana must go) to get my clothes and other stuff because they are neatly arranged and kept safety away from rodent .I can pick out what I want without stress. Thanks to #emilinks for making my dream come true ?

  75. tchidi

    August 28, 2016 at 5:10 pm

    one day i will win thats if God said i will i will keep trying 10 days to go

  76. tchidi

    August 28, 2016 at 5:15 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day21
    My eyes have seen,
    my ear have had all about the happenings about my kitchen
    and
    now my hand will write about pasts and present condition of my kitchen,

    Now here them,
    To my own understanding i taught my kitchen is a personal place for me, not knowing its otherwise,
    on a daily basis i keep seeing strange things like,
    1. My gas cooker knobs is not switch off and i begin to ask myself is it that i only off it on the cylinder and forgot to off it on gas cooker,

    2. At times i will met the gas cooker plate hot,
    it was then i begin to do a sorvey, then it came to my mind that have never hard my neighbor saying i wants to go and refill my gas cylinder talk less of her buy a #PARAFFIN ,
    It was then i begin to suspect her, just one day that i didn’t go to work, she came around calling me as usual engineer t, engineer t, which i pretended am not at home, 40 minutes later i went toward the kitchen, there i saw her boiling water on my gas cooker even with my own kettle, there she begin to beg, it was then i blame myself for the door type am using, this then made me to decide on which type of door to use in replacing it, there comes a friend, i told him all have went through, he then told me i should buy door from #EmilinksFurniture store which i did. Till this very moment my things there in my kitchen remain the same way i left them behind. The door has help reduced my monthly cost on kitchen since my kitchen is now secured.

  77. Gabriel benny

    August 28, 2016 at 5:24 pm

    Day 21
    The wardrobe is one appliance and piece of wood work that makes a room look incomplete without its presence.
    Living without a wardrobe could be likened to a Nigerian munching down a place of jollof rice without meat or fish.
    Most wardrobes in Nigeria, if not all, are made of the commonest material in West African zone, wood. Most designers prefer using wood in designing a wardrobe. It not only stands the test of time, but the rest is a radiant beauty that is exuded when beautifully designed wood wardrobe is sitting nicely at a corner of the room.
    When the texture of the wood used in making your wardrobe matches well with the bed in your room, it makes a dull room liven up.
    What can make a contemporary bedroom lovely is a wardrobe with enough storage space.

    When I was younger, I loved playing with the wardrobe in my room that was also shared with my younger siblings. The wardrobe, or closet, as some other humans in other parts of the world call it, was my safe place, a place where I could stand and dream of a new and different world like the movie, ‘Narnia’.

    After watching that movie as a child, I always entered into my room’s wardrobe, waiting to be airlifted into another world, one that could be likened to the fictitious tale of Narnia.
    As an adult, my definition of the usage of a wardrobe had long left the Narnia stage of life. My view has finally aligned with the normal and dictionary definition of what a wardrobe was, and the functions it was meant to carry out.

    As my teenage years reaches its peak, I realize that my wardrobe might be made up of only casual wears, while the formal wears of tie, suits could always go to hell.
    I took a leaf from my dad, who was an engineer, whose basic uniform was trousers and a t-shirt.
    He never wore a tie and I could count in one hand the number of times he had ever even adorned on a suit.
    I grew up in such light, never liking the idea of wearing a formal wear, and in college, my wardrobe suffered for it.

    Wardrobe here is not only the structure that houses the pile of clothes, it also involved star clothes themselves that are housed in the piece of wood work.

    Wardrobe, as clothes could make or mar you. People tend to trust those who always appear on formal outfits.
    In taking care of your wardrobe, do not focus only on the wood work but focus on the content of the wood work.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    #bellanaija
    #EmilinksNG
    @bellanaija

  78. oriola

    August 28, 2016 at 5:25 pm

    As a 200 level student of the University of Lagos, getting a school accommodation would prove to be a daunting task. And since I could not be coming from home everyday, I needed to find away to stay on campus. Therefore I had to stay “illegally” with one of my friends in the hostel, and become a “squatter”.
    As a squatter, my belongings and possession in the room were not guaranteed to be safe. Since I was not a bonafide occupant of that room, all my stuffs inspite of my best efforts of protecting them were always getting misplaced or stolen.
    Out of frustration, desperation, and sheer luck, I came up with a marvelous idea. Why don’t me and my roommates repair our wardrobe in our room. Little did we know what was in store for us. Our Carpenter recommended to us a product, one “emilinks” wardrobe. Initially, we were put off by fancy name and the “supposedly” high price”. You know now that dollar is high. But to our utmost suprise, the Emilinks door was nice , it was quality, and best of all, affordable.
    Now, not only are Me and my roommates proud owners of our beautiful Emilinks wardrobe. I have moved up being a squatter, to becoming a bonafide. Best of all, we are even earning income from it. Thanks to the good quality of our wardrobe, we rent out some of our wardrobe space to other roommates. Thank you Emilinks. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  79. oriola

    August 28, 2016 at 5:32 pm

    As a 200 level student of the University of Lagos, getting a school accommodation would prove to be a daunting task. And since I could not be coming from home everyday, I needed to find away to stay on campus. Therefore I had to stay “illegally” with one of my friends in the hostel, and become a “squatter”.
    As a squatter, my belongings and possession in the room were not guaranteed to be safe. Since I was not a bonafide occupant of that room, all my stuffs inspite of my best efforts of protecting them were always getting misplaced or stolen.
    Out of frustration, desperation, and sheer luck, I came up with a marvelous idea. Why don’t me and my roommates repair our wardrobe in our room. Little did we know what was in store for us. Our Carpenter recommended to us a product, one “emilinks” wardrobe. Initially, we were put off by fancy name and the “supposedly” high price”. You know now that dollar is high. But to our utmost suprise, the Emilinks door was nice , it was quality, and best of all, affordable.
    Now, not only are Me and my roommates proud owners of our beautiful Emilinks wardrobe. I have moved up being a squatter, to becoming a bonafide. Best of all, we are even earning income from it. Thanks to the good quality of our wardrobe, we rent out some of our wardrobe space to other roommates. Thank you Emilinks. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  80. Gabriel benny

    August 28, 2016 at 5:41 pm

    Day 21
    When the word ‘kitchen’ is read or spoken out, what comes to mind is a room where food is prepared. In an African setting, where patriarchy is practised, the kitchen is connoted with the female folks. There is a popular adage that says a woman’s education ends in the kitchen. It has been passed down by humans who believed that the softer sex was created to slave it out for the male folks.

    According to Wikipedia, ‘A kitchen is a room or a part of a room used for cooking and food preparation in a dwelling or in a commercial establishment.’
    In most modernized kitchens, there are stove, a sink with hot and cold running water, a refrigerator counters and kitchen cabinets arranged in modular design. Many households have a microwave oven, a dishwasher and other electric appliances. Those stuck with the very traditional African settings still make use of firewood.
    Using firewood can be very stressful, but some die hard earthlings will still feel that giving up on firewood is throwing our culture and tradition to molten magma.
    Who are we to say otherwise?

    Commercial kitchens are found in restaurants, and other big establishments. These kitchens are larger and more equipped than the typical residential kitchen. A large restaurant that caters to a lot of hungry mouths may likely have a huge walk-in refrigerator and a large commercial dishwasher.
    They are periodically inspected by public health workers and failure to meet a standard could end to their closure.

    It would make no sense to eat in a restaurant whose kitchen bears resemblance to a toilet.
    The home kitchen usage is very simple for residential owners, especially bachelors or spinsters or those who love the idea of living alone. You cook when you need to eat or you could eat out.
    To those who culinary skills are far below that of a toddler’s, all they have to do when they enter the kitchen is cause mayhem or make up concoction that would surely have the effect of killing the nerves in one’s taste buds. Those in this category usually just get their food burnt up on mix up a food whose smell is so pungent enough that it could invoke the spirit of vomiting in any human.

    Imagine living in Ancient Greece, where an open patio served as the kitchen. In the Roman Empire during the same epoch, cooking was done in large public kitchens, while the Wealthy Romans were blessed with relatively well-equipped kitchens.
    In the Middle Ages, European homes had their kitchen areas between the entrance and fireplace.
    The Colonial American Society had their kitchens as a separate room, which was located behind the parlor and keeping room or dining room.
    Fats forward to the 21st century, different types of kitchen like the singular file kitchen, double file kitchen, L-kitchen, U-kitchen, G-kitchen and block kitchen exist.

    Anytime you take a step into that cute kitchen of yours, be thankful that we don’t have to rely on firewood or other archaic methods to prepare our special dishes.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    #EmilinksNG #bellanaija
    @bellanaija

  81. Bethel

    August 28, 2016 at 5:50 pm

    Day 21
    That faithful day I didn’t know her to console my aunty or what to tell her.The previous week my aunty who was a sells clothes locked up her store and travelled to the village to see her mother in-law.A week later she returned to see her clothes infested by both termites and rats. She didn’t even know what to do. She didn’t even know if she could call it a spiritual attack. But deep now I knew the problem. I had previously adviced her to get a good Emilinks wardrobe to protect her goods but she refused.It was after this incident that she ordered for one and she didn’t know Emilinks wardrobe will change her life to an higher level. Immediately the wardrobe was erected and goods arranged properly, customers began to troop in. Her store almost looked like shoprite. The beauty of the wardrobe and how it presented the clothes attracted customers. It also protected it from termites and rats. This made my aunty really happy and she thanked me. Thanks to Emilinks for such a wonderful idea and creativity. You guys are life savers #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎

  82. Didi

    August 28, 2016 at 5:51 pm

    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory#Day [email protected] naija online

    I remember back then whenever we had conventions or retreats in my church, we hardly had any place to cook food for the congregations. After such programmes, the plates,spoons, basins, and other kitchen utensils and ingredients were left in an open place, thus making the arena unkempt and most times, we had to buy those utensils again in another upcoming programme since some went missing.
    After much negotiations, the church finally agreed and built a kitchen where all these utensils and ingredients will be kept after use. This was accompanied with a good door as my mother told me it was an Emilinks door, “of course we deserve the best”, I told my mother, remembering that she had an Emilinks door in her office and she testified how strong it was and how lasting it is too.
    Now, we can lock up our kitchen door where the plates, spoons, basins and cooking ingredients like Maggi, salt, pepper, rice, beans are kept, and we can equally cook there too. Everybody is happy now, because we have a good kitchen and a strong kitchen door too and we are sure to find our utensils and ingredients safe for the next convention.

  83. Araromi Emmanuel

    August 28, 2016 at 5:53 pm

    Rats taught me a bitter lesson to always pack my clothes home anytime we are on holidays,the last break lasted up to three weeks and when we resumed I found my clothes eaten and my into pieces by rats which had borne a deep hole in my wardrobe. Unfortunately I brought no clothes along from home because I believed my clothes were sufficient.
    Ever since then I started packing my clothes home even if it were a day’s holiday but it caused me a lot of inconvenience and extra amount of money due to “Owo -Eru”(a parlance for money charged on extra load).
    The last time I complained to a bus conductor to reduce the 2k he charged for my bag of clothes explaining that rats were the cause,he advised me to get Emilinks wardrobe.
    I laughed at the way he pronounced it with a reflected Yoruba accent and didn’t take him serious.
    I decided to give it a trial when fellow students in the bus testified to its durability.
    I got one from the nearest shop when we resumed and I make bold to tell you that we just resumed from a six month strike yet my clothes are still as intact as ever. Thanks to Emilinks and the bus conductor who made me know authenticity from counterfeit #mydoorstory day 21

  84. Odion

    August 28, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    DAY 21 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Please stay away from my kitchen,
    From my dishwashing, cooking and such.
    You were kind to have offered to help me,
    And I do want to thank you so much.

    I hope you won’t think me ungracious
    When I ask that you leave me alone,
    For my kitchen is not very spacious
    And my system is strictly my own.

    So please stay out of my kitchen,
    It may well prevent a few wars,
    And when I am invited to your house,
    I promise to stay out of yours.

  85. Caro

    August 28, 2016 at 6:06 pm

    DAY 21 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I don’t know why she’s done it,
    She normally is quite sane,
    Mum said she bought a new gorilla,
    It really is a pain.

    She said she put it in the kitchen,
    Not far from the sink,
    What if I want to go to the tap
    And get myself a drink.

    I wonder how large it is?
    If it will sit with us to eat?
    I wonder what we’ll name it?
    And where it’s going to sleep?

    But when I tip-toed to the kitchen
    A large animal I didn’t see,
    It was just an electric griller
    And mum cooking lunch for me.

  86. Victorious

    August 28, 2016 at 6:25 pm

    Day 21
    See one!, see another!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh I shouted jumping up and down like a chicken.Tomi shouted again kill am!!!!!!!.Everyone at home was tired. Rats had taken over everything in our house. They ate almost everything, foodstuffs, pepper, fish everything in the kitchen including Maggi.My mom was so fed up that the rats were invading her kitchen. So was my dad because he needed his quiet time and he couldn’t have it when we all was always jumping around killing rats. The rats bore holes on our kitchen door regularly.The Kitchen door was made of poor quality Wood. My dad got tired and decided to get an Emilinks door. The erection of the Emilinks door was the end rats in our kitchen. The door De kampe..The rats had no choice but to relocate to another territory. A good kitchen door guards your kitchen from rats.Emilinks is simply the best #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎

  87. ojochenemi

    August 28, 2016 at 6:41 pm

    Apart from feeling my food is secure, I’m practically always in the kitchen because I love to cook; this hasn’t always been my story because I hated my kitchen until #emilinks happened. I’m a sucker for beautiful kitchens and only them have put my likes into consideration, they do not only make quality doors but their aesthetics is top notch. I totally recommend #emilinks for anyone with great taste. I mean what’s a great kitchen without emilinks#mydoorstory

  88. Olisaemeka

    August 28, 2016 at 6:53 pm

    I moved into an apartment with a very beautiful wardrobe, i thought the inside is as beautiful as the outside but it made me understand the saying that “All that glitters is not gold” i packed my clothes and some valuables there but to my greatest surprise wood moth and pests nearly destroyed my properties. I quickly searched for another wardrobe and got an emilinks wardrobe. I so love it because of its beauty, quality, durability, affordability and above i can easily carry it out whenever am moving out of the house. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day21

  89. kaycee

    August 28, 2016 at 6:55 pm

    The way to a mans heart is through his stomach “. This saying is entirely true for me cause I dnt joke with my food. You can play with my clothes and everything but not my food. Usually my friends come around my house and it seems they timing is always when am about cooking or just finished cooking and they ended up eating everything cause they had complete access to my kitchen and it was annoying. I always cried silently cause I never got to eat enough. The door to my kitchen was this squeaky old door so everybody could help themselves in and out of my kitchen. Being a marketer, I was always online looking for opportunities. I was indeed grateful when I saw the Emilinks price slash offer, it was really the change i needed. I dint wait a second I rushed and changed my kitchen door and of course it wasn’t only beautiful, it was strong, thick and had good locks. Goodbye to my friends shortening my ration. Lol. Whenever they come around, my kitchen door is always locked and am in charge of how I want the food to be distributed. Thank you emilinks for saving me.
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 21

  90. Hope A.

    August 28, 2016 at 7:01 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day-21
    In Nigeria of today, times are hard o !
    There is serious hunger and poverty!!
    Just imagine!!!
    A guy called Linus slept very hungry and saw bread in his dream, he took it and ate it, while still in his dream.
    After eating it, he saw a coconut and decided to eat it too but, he didn’t see a knife to cut it.
    So, he decided to use his teeth, only for him to receive a dirty slap from his elder brother called Edward.
    Edward screamed at Linus saying, ” u don finish pillow…, now, na my head u dey chew, Linus u be witch?”
    Immediately, Edward dashed into the kitchen and locked the door behind him. That was where he spent the rest of the night.
    Thanks to Emilinks standard door. It did the protection task!

  91. Vivian

    August 28, 2016 at 7:10 pm

    Day 21.
    Last semester was the craziest for me, it was dry season again and the doors wouldn’t completely shut again. Well it would if I assisted with folded paper, *Lols*. I lived on the topmost floor and the cold was much, my door made it worse even because even as it was closed heavy breeze would still find its way through the visibly cracked parts.
    One day, one of my neighbors had her door changed and I thought it wise to do same, at least even if it lasts for a year till I change again. So I took the address from her and it read Emilinks, cool, I haven’t heard of them so decided to give them a try.
    Two days later there was an invasion *Soldier ants* I heard noises from many rooms but couldn’t quite figure what was wrong. Well I found it hard to understand how those things climbed all the way to the last floor, and in search of what? I asked. There was spilled red oil in my along the passage of our floor right in front of my room, oh my! And I had earlier pour some red oil out in a plate without covering it. Glory to God I was exempted from this hazardous raid. Thanks to that Emilinks door, I have been here for four and a half years now and my door still *standa kakara*, come rain come sunshine…..
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  92. ojoachele

    August 28, 2016 at 7:25 pm

    Apart from feeling my food is secure, I’m practically always in the kitchen because I love to cook; this hasn’t always been my story because I hated my kitchen until #emilinks happened. I’m a sucker for beautiful kitchens and only them have put my likes into consideration, they do not only make quality doors but their aesthetics is top notch. I totally recommend #emilinks for anyone with great taste. I mean what’s a great kitchen without emilinks#mydoorstory #day21 @bellanaija

  93. ojoachele

    August 28, 2016 at 7:35 pm

    Apart from feeling my food is secure, I’m practically always in the kitchen because I love to cook; this hasn’t always been my story because I hated my kitchen until #emilinks happened. I’m a sucker for beautiful kitchens and only them have put my likes into consideration, they do not only make quality doors but their aesthetics is top notch. I totally recommend #emilinks for anyone with great taste. I mean what’s a great kitchen without emilinks
    #day21
    #emilinks
    #mydoorstory
    @bellanaija

  94. Vivian

    August 28, 2016 at 7:45 pm

    Please I need you to choose me, Please………………………..I have really been spending on data and fuel for days now, Trying to follow up.

  95. Dimma

    August 28, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    Day 21 #emilinks #mydoorstory.
    This is the story of my life as a spoiled brat. I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth. A wealthy family,hence I never learned the first lesson about prudence. I had everything I wanted and even the ones I did not want found their way to me. Because of this,i never knew anything called struggle or hardship or priorities nor did I know or care about quality over quantity. Everything and I mean everything money could buy was at my disposal,but unfortunately money cannot buy wisdom. I wouldn’t blame my parents because every parent wants the best for their children. I grew up with that mind set until I got married. We were living comfortably in a rented 2 bedroom apartment in Port Harcourt. Everybody in PH knows that houses are crazily expensive here,the best thing that could happen to any family in PH is to own their own house. And so we started building. Few months to the completion of our house,the landlord of our rented apartment gave us quit notice, not even putting into consideration that I was heavily pregnant. We were at a loss of what to do and renting another apartment in such a short notice was not an option. in as much as we could manage an uncompleted building, our new house had no doors or windows and the economy at that time was so tight. Family they say,is everything. So I called my mum and confided in her hoping to get some money from her. Wise woman,she told me,” mma nwa m, your father and I did not give you the best things in life because we had money. You had the best because we made wise and prudent choices. I’m going to show you people where your father buys all the furniture we use in the house.” Talk about teaching me how to fish instead of giving me the fish. She drove over the next day and took my husband to Emilinks show room,where they had assortments of doors,wardrobes and furniture. My husband thought the cash we had was never going to be enough because of how beautiful and exquisite the doors and wardrobes were,but he was wrong! He even had some change left after all the purchases. We had always thought that quality things must be bought with so much money. It’s 5 years now, and looking back,I must confess that, that was one of the wisest choices we made because the doors and wardrobes have passed the test of time! Thanks to my prudent mum and Emilinks for teaching us that the best things in life do not cost much!

  96. Onoriode

    August 28, 2016 at 8:56 pm

    Day 21
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    A beautiful shop indeed attracts costomers!
    My aunt is a fashionista… She owns a boutique, she deals on both local and foreign materials…Think of any kind of material, she has it… But, she was always complaining about how sampling her goods can be very stressful. It was really weighing her down, it was so bad, to the extent that her customers wud request for a particular pattern of material, she wud tell them she doesn’t have it only to find out later that she has it… She didn’t like it at all.
    Few months ago, she travelled to buy goods and, her husband wanted to surprise her because their marriage anniversary was close and he wanted to give her the PERFECT GIFT! He made calls and one of his friend’s wife told him that he should help his wife out with a nice wardrobe in her boutique and explained how my aunt had been complaining bitterly. The husband concurred just like Timaya, and got her the best wardrobe, Emilinks wardrobe. My aunt came back and met her boutique having a new and beautiful look… She hasn’t stopped talking about it since then! She goes on and on advertising Emilinks and suggesting it to her friends… Her shop is now one of the busiest boutiques ever! Thanks to Emilinks!

  97. Hilary Amara

    August 28, 2016 at 10:08 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 21

    Getting married was one of the best decisions I took. Even amidst all the negativity I got from people that marriage brought, all I know was that I loved her so much to be ready to speak her love language and keep her love tank filled for as long as we can be until death do us part. It’s been very few years into our marriage and I started to notice that overtime, she’s become low in spirit. And the charming, beautiful princess I made my Queen was fast becoming unhappy. I tried to find out what was wrong and got the feedback that she was not so happy with the furniture in her office – her kitchen. Furthermore, her closet was fast destroying her clothings. You know we men most times do not take these things as anything so I just waved them away. But the problem only got worse for her and for me too because she got even more sad. I talked to few friends and they suggested that we go for therapy cos she is about to give up on our marriage. That worried me so much not until a friend of mine suggested I truly listen to her and change the furnitures. I told her that I am planning towards it but confused on where to get the best. That was when she suggested Emilinks. She told me how Emilinks furniture saved her headache in her room and kitchen. In fact, she and her husband changed all wardrobes to Emilinks. Wow! I rushed and placed my order and in no time, it all came and was installed. You need to see my lady now. She is back to the princess I made my Queen; so happy and radiant. It is as if she has won a lottery. My friends were also happy for me. Do you know why? They had thought we went to therapy. Well, I do not blame them. It was the best healing that I, no, that we got from Emilinks. They were shocked when I gave them the secret and they started making plans on upgrading theirs to Emilinks. One of them would be using it as a gift to his wife on their anniversary in two weeks time. Oh Emilinks! I recommend to everyone willing to hear.

    Never settle for less. If its bad, Never manage. Choose Emilinks Now and Upgrade.

  98. Bethel

    August 28, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    Day 21
    That faithful day I didn’t know her to console my aunty or what to tell her.The previous week my aunty who was a sells clothes locked up her store and travelled to the village to see her mother in-law.A week later she returned to see her clothes infested by both termites and rats. She didn’t even know what to do. She didn’t even know if she could call it a spiritual attack. But deep now I knew the problem. I had previously adviced her to get a good Emilinks wardrobe to protect her goods but she refused.It was after this incident that she ordered for one and she didn’t know Emilinks wardrobe will change her life to an higher level. Immediately the wardrobe was erected and goods arranged properly, customers began to troop in. Her store almost looked like shoprite. The beauty of the wardrobe and how it presented the clothes attracted customers. It also protected it from termites and rats. This made my aunty really happy and she thanked me.. Thanks to Emilinks for such a wonderful idea and creativity. You guys are life savers #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎‎

  99. Victorious

    August 28, 2016 at 10:28 pm

    See one!, see another!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh I shouted jumping up and down like a chicken.Tomi shouted again kill am!!!!!!!.Everyone at home was tired. Rats had taken over everything in our house. They ate almost everything, foodstuffs, pepper, fish everything in the kitchen including Maggi.My mom was so fed up that the rats were invading her kitchen. So was my dad because he needed his quiet time and he couldn’t have it when we all was always jumping around killing rats. The rats bore holes on our kitchen door regularly.The kitchen door was made of poor wood quality. My dad got tired and decided to get an Emilinks door. The erection of the Emilinks door was the end rats in our kitchen. The door De kampe..The rats had no choice but to relocate to another territory. A good kitchen door guards your kitchen from rats.Emilinks is simply the best #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎.

  100. Samuel shodiya

    August 28, 2016 at 11:37 pm

    #Day21 #Emilinks #BellaNaija #MyDoorStory A door is an essential thing in out home but we all have one behind out kitchen just in case of the Naughties trying to steal meat n fish from the pot of soup and other rodent like rat, cockroach and every unwanted guest ‘you know what am saying’ the door actually allows to gain access in and out outta the kitchen but my sister kinda locks her self behind the door when cooking but my mum warned her bout it because it may serve as an indrance from escape when there is a fire out break or the key may get stock or hang therefore may leave one stranded behind the door but ever since i moved to my own apartment i have never closed the door to my kitchen which serve as a room for rodents… U wuld ask me why? My kitchen so small that i hang my frypan, waterbottle and some other kitchen utensils. I am suppose to talk about my wardrobe but i dont have one but i would like to purchase from Emilinks some day… Nevertheless my mum have 1 but its like 25years of age.

  101. bukola

    August 29, 2016 at 12:46 am

    I don’t remember what a good door means because I regarded kitchen door as punishment doors when I was much younger, we paste our food roaster and daily duty roaster with its punishment on the kitchen door. We always knew what to eat and who to do what and when. I remember once I did not do my daily duty my mum will tell me to go to the kitchen door and read out my punishment. not until one day when the door was changed to an emilinks door, where rosters weren’t pasted anymore and I didn’t do my duty my mum just told me to go and read out my punishment on the kitchen door, on getting there, she asked what did you see, I said emilinks. ‘What!!!’ She said. My mum furiously walked towards me gazed at me for seconds and said thank God for emilinks if not you would have served your punishment. That’s how emilinks brought an end to my punishment.
    #day21 #emilinks #mydoorstory

  102. Victorious

    August 29, 2016 at 1:44 am

    Day 20
    See one!, see another!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh I shouted jumping up and down like a chicken.Tomi shouted again kill am!!!!!!!.Everyone at home was tired. Rats had taken over everything in our house.. They ate almost everything, foodstuffs, pepper, fish everything in the kitchen including Maggi.My mom was so fed up that the rats were invading her kitchen. So was my dad because he needed his quiet time and he couldn’t have it when we all was always jumping around killing rats. The rats bore holes on our kitchen door regularly.The kitchen door was made of poor wood quality. My dad got tired and decided to get an Emilinks door. The erection of the Emilinks door was the end rats in our kitchen. The door De kampe..The rats had no choice but to relocate to another territory. A good kitchen door guards your kitchen from rats.Emilinks is simply the best #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎

  103. Bethel

    August 29, 2016 at 1:47 am

    Day 21
    That faithful day I didn’t know her to console my aunty or what to tell her.The previous week my aunty who was a sells clothes locked up her store and travelled to the village to see her mother in-law.A week later she returned to see her clothes infested by both termites and rats. She didn’t even know what to do. She didn’t even know if she could call it a spiritual attack. But deep now I knew the problem. I had previously adviced her to get a good Emilinks wardrobe to protect her goods but she refused.It was after this incident that she ordered for one and she didn’t know Emilinks wardrobe will change her life to an higher level. Immediately the wardrobe was erected and goods arranged properly, customers began to troop in. Her store almost looked like shoprite. The beauty of the wardrobe and how it presented the clothes attracted customers. It also protected it from termites and rats. This made my aunty really happy and she thanked me. Thanks to Emilinks for such a wonderful idea and creativity. You guys are life savers #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎‎…

  104. victorious

    August 29, 2016 at 1:48 am

    Day 21
    See one!, see another!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh I shouted jumping up and down like a chicken.Tomi shouted again kill am!!!!!!!.Everyone at home was tired. Rats had taken over everything in our house.. They ate almost everything, foodstuffs, pepper, fish everything in the kitchen including Maggi.My mom was so fed up that the rats were invading her kitchen. So was my dad because he needed his quiet time and he couldn’t have it when we all was always jumping around killing rats. The rats bore holes on our kitchen door regularly.The kitchen door was made of poor wood quality. My dad got tired and decided to get an Emilinks door. The erection of the Emilinks door was the end rats in our kitchen. The door De kampe..The rats had no choice but to relocate to another territory. A good kitchen door guards your kitchen from rats.Emilinks is simply the best #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎

  105. Twinimanda

    August 29, 2016 at 6:10 am

    #emilinks#mydoorstory#day21
    As a psychologist and a marriage counsellor, I’d always said”The way a woman keeps her ward rope is the way she keeps her man. ”What destroys the family union ain’t the major misunderstandings but minor problems occurring within the home.
    Early this month a couple was referred to me for counseling by a friend of theirs whom I’d once counselled. I asked to inquire what the problem was and why they decided to separate with their kids apart. The wife says her husbands always complain of stains on his clothing which embarrass him when he goes out to work, she felt he was nagging and complaining that she couldn’t wash his clothes properly. In addition she said she suspects her husband is having an affair and is insisting on a way to drive her out of the home.
    On interviewing the husband, he explained what happened, he said ”On this faithful day, he looked fully prepared for his presentation at the office, picked his favorite navy blue and silver colored suit,dusted it and didn’t notice the appearance, confident that he was at his best. Reaching out for his suitcase,he headed for the office. During the period of the presentation, little nymphs(young cockroaches)came out from the inner pocket of his suit. His presentation was successful yet he lost his self esteem and the thought of been disgraced among his colleagues. Which wasn’t enough, dipping his hand into the inner pocket he found more eggs been played by the mother cockroach”
    Arriving home, he poured his aggression to his lovely wife and then a heated argument occurred and the wife said she’s so fed up with these issues.”
    I asked to know the condition of the ward rope, and was informed that the ward rope was in bad shape and there isn’t any door more so, the dust from the spoilt part of the woods were affecting his clothings. I suggested they get an emilinks wardrope and rearrange it. after much counseling i left them alone to settle their differences.
    They went for shopping and got an Emilinks ward rope, Then they realised it was the ward rope that had the problem.
    thanks to emilinks ward rope for averting a separation and giving me a head on my job.

  106. Twinimanda

    August 29, 2016 at 6:12 am

    As a psychologist and a marriage counsellor, I’d always said”The way a woman keeps her ward rope is the way she keeps her man. ”What destroys the family union ain’t the major misunderstandings but minor problems occurring within the home.
    Early this month a couple was referred to me for counseling by a friend of theirs whom I’d once counselled. I asked to inquire what the problem was and why they decided to separate with their kids apart. The wife says her husbands always complain of stains on his clothing which embarrass him when he goes out to work, she felt he was nagging and complaining that she couldn’t wash his clothes properly. In addition she said she suspects her husband is having an affair and is insisting on a way to drive her out of the home.
    On interviewing the husband, he explained what happened, he said ”On this faithful day, he looked fully prepared for his presentation at the office, picked his favorite navy blue and silver colored suit,dusted it and didn’t notice the appearance, confident that he was at his best. Reaching out for his suitcase,he headed for the office. During the period of the presentation, little nymphs(young cockroaches)came out from the inner pocket of his suit. His presentation was successful yet he lost his self esteem and the thought of been disgraced among his colleagues. Which wasn’t enough, dipping his hand into the inner pocket he found more eggs been played by the mother cockroach”
    Arriving home, he poured his aggression to his lovely wife and then a heated argument occurred and the wife said she’s so fed up with these issues.”
    I asked to know the condition of the ward rope, and was informed that the ward rope was in bad shape and there isn’t any door more so, the dust from the spoilt part of the woods were affecting his clothings. I suggested they get an emilinks wardrope and rearrange it. after much counseling i left them alone to settle their differences.
    They went for shopping and got an Emilinks ward rope, Then they realised it was the ward rope that had the problem.
    thanks to emilinks ward rope for averting a separation and giving me a head on my job.

  107. Falilat

    August 29, 2016 at 7:31 am

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day21
    @bellanaija, My door story is one that has given me 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 number. It was almost time for the party so I changed to a lovely dress as the celebrant sister and I had my make up done which took me about 30minutes. 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 had been done (my scar). If only we had our kitchen door changed to Emilinks done earlier, my day wouldn’t have been spoilt. Thank you Emilinks for providing the best. It’s either Emilinks door or no door at all.

  108. Yemisi

    August 29, 2016 at 7:38 am

    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 my certificates in a file well kept in my wardrobe. One day, the whole family decided to go on vacation for 2weeks and we locked all the rooms and 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 swimming pool. I started shivering not because the room turned swimming pool but because part of my life was in the wardrobe. I quickly open my wardrobe but to my utmost surprise my clothes were intact not only my clothes my precious certificate that I spent so much years to acquire were also intact too. It was so amazing that emilinks wardrobe could serve as a protector.
    Having a good wardrobe such as Emilinks can never be over emphasized. Thank you Emilinks. It could only be Emilinks.
    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #bellanaija #Day21

  109. Joy Atuadi

    August 29, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Day21
    #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.

  110. Chukwukere Timothy

    August 29, 2016 at 10:22 am

    Day 22
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    I have to pen down my injury, someone might learn to avoid such. Few years ago, I gained admission into Lagos State university, a wardrobe was assigned to me in my hostel, just looking at the door I could see it has aged out of security. “Well, I’ll manage it, it’s just four years” I said to myself. All my precious belongings including my laptop lived happily together inside my wardrobe until one night. Our hostel was robbed, these robbers hurried to Joshua’s wardrobe first, he wasn’t at home. The robber gave his wardrobe a very heavy beating, with iron rods they brutally beat the wardrobe yet the wardrobe never opened it mouth. It endurance surprised everyone, but I was shocked to my marrows, my own wardrobe gladly opened at just a kick. How disappointing “just a kick”. The most painful thing that bled my heart that night was my new HP laptop they filched that night.
    Joshua arrived the next morning he ran inside, it was obvious he heard what happened. He saw me bathing in tears lying beside my wardrobe’s miserable doors. “I told you #Emilinks doors are the best” he said as he tried to console me. “Take a look at my wardrobe, with #Emilinks safety is guaranteed” he added.
    Bitter memories of what happened two years ago, now my wardrobe doors are so strong, thanks to #Emilinks.

  111. Mary

    August 30, 2016 at 7:57 pm

    #My success story #Gotten alert of N10,000

    I came across this giveaway on the 24th of this month when it was on day 17, since then i have been putting my entries. I stated with twitter, but all to no avail, i left twitter and stated posing my stories on this portal. I posted on day 17, 18, 19, and 20.

    On Sunday afternoon after Church Service, i decided to check and see if i made it, but before i did, i told myself, if i open the portal and my name is not among those that won, i wont be disappointed. but will keep on trying, Lolz * i was trying encourage myself even before seeing the outcome* so i logged in and lo and behold, I was among day 20 lucky winners.

    Am happy to announce to you, that i have just received an alert of N10,000,. This is indeed real, thanks to #Emilinks, thank you to #Bellanaija my God continue to bless the works of your hands, AMEN.

  112. Mary

    August 30, 2016 at 8:06 pm

    #My success story #Gotten alert of N10,000

    I came across this giveaway on the 24th of this month when it was on day 17, since then i have been putting my entries. I started with twitter, but all to no avail, i left twitter and started posing my stories on this portal. I posted on day 17, 18, 19, and 20.

    On Sunday afternoon after Church Service, i decided to check and see if i made it, but before i did, i told myself, if i open the portal and my name is not among those that won, i wont be disappointed. but will keep on trying, Lolz * i was trying encourage myself even before seeing the outcome* so i logged in and lo and behold, I was among day 20 lucky winners.

    Am happy to announce to you, that i have just received an alert of N10,000,. This is indeed real, thanks to #Emilinks, thank you to #Bellanaija my God continue to bless the works of your hands, AMEN.

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