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The Lucky Day 6 Winners are Here! Be 1 of 10 Nigerians to WIN N10,000 Each Day for the Next 30 Days in the EMILINKS N3,000,000 Giveaway! #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 7

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The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,ooo,ooo Giveaway is still on! Each day for the last six days, 10 lucky people have gotten N10,ooo and more will be picked for the next 30 days. 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!

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

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

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

Enter the Emilinks #MyDoorStory giveaway

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

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

How to participate

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

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

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

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

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1) Mary D. – Day6 , Doors are of great importance, they open opportunities and offer security to lives and properties. On a fateful day, while we were busy with our office works, we heard noise and gun shots not far away from the office, we rushed out to see what was going on, lol n behold, a mob was been chased after by police officers, we quickly jumped back to office , shut and looked the door to take cover, before we cld say jackrobin, the mob entered our compound and dashed to the door to come in, they tried all they could to open it but the door stood still like rock of gibrater, while we were inside shivering, they were there until the police got there and rounded them up. We were extremely happy and we gave kudos to the quality, resilient and reliable door just like #Emilinks doors. Don’t joke with your security, go for #Emilinks doors….you will be glad you did. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

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2) Osas F. – #MyDoorStory #Emilinks It was a Friday, A day I will never forget, at about 11pm, I was awoken from sleep when I heard footsteps at the window. There is a curfew at 7pm and at that late hour, it is expected that people are in their various houses. This is not the fist time robbers have attempted to break into my house but this was intense. I quietly got up from the sitting room floor I was laying on and moved to the bedroom to join my mother and baby cousin on the bed.

Gradually, the footsteps heightened and from the room window I could see men standing. My heart sank and I suddenly, I had a hard time breathing. My mom tried to calm me down and it seemed to worsen. They started to spread out. A number of them moved the front and some went far out to the background. The ones at our window kept talking in whispers. I really couldn’t fathom what they were saying as my heart was racing faster than I could ever
imagine and suddenly I heard these words ‘pass me my gun.’ I think I died! Immediately I turned into a prayer warrior, mumbling incoherently in whatever tongues I could speak. I asked God to forgive my sins, I thought of hiding under the bed or inside my mother’s wardrobe. But what about her and my cousin of 4years? I tapped mom to tell her what I just heard and she assured me to keep calm, my cousin on the other hand was very much asleep. I instantly wished I could turn into a child and be unaware of what was going on in my surrounding. Taking a pillow I covered my head and put a finger in each ear. Their voices grew louder and just then, a dog started to bark. I heard a gun short “gbosaaa”, I couldn’t hear the dog again.
When they got to my door outside, they pushed the door with force, one of them said ” this door strong o”.
Another replied ” na true o”
Another one said ” which kind door be dis self”

My heart silently whispered ” NA EMILINK PRODUCT O”. Something passed through my legs, I hurriedly woke up and then I realised that it was just a dream. Aww

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3) Linda K. – Day 6 BABA MOKU I never knew him for anything than being a begger that always sits on the road side, lying his back to an electric pole along the street where I live. You might know him if you are conversant with “Eri street North bank Makurdi” because he stays in that position from morning till evening. I was returning home after getting akara for breakfast and I saw him in his usual point. He smiled at me and I reciprocated. He beckoned on me to come closer, I did. He pointed at my leather of akara saying, “I want to eat akara.” I was touched by his request, so I gave him the leather of my akara. He was so happy and I knew, this is the right time to ask him, the single question running in mind any time I see him. So I stooped down and said, “Sir what of your wife or children? ” he paused and as if his eyes were waiting for that question, tears rolled down his cheek. I immediately apologize for asking such question, but he looked at me and said “life was fair to me until, last three years December. It was actually a “black december” for me, I lost my two sons… “How did it happened?”, I interrupted,” and he continued, “As a tradition, they came to visit me during the Christmas celebration. On the eve of Christmas, we were sleeping and I suddenly heard voices from my sons room telling them to lie down, I peeped into their room from mine and i saw to men pointing guns at my sons. I couldn’t help but remained quiet for safety inside my room, I heard two simultaneous gun shot and I never knew who shot who. I locked myself inside praying that my sons should not be killed but the door was flunged open by a kick from one of the men and without hesitation, they both shot me on my legs, I fell to the ground and they both left, leaving me in pains on the pool of my blood. I was taken to the hospital but my wound persisted because, I am diabetic. My sons were gone and I spent my money on treatment until I saw myself here. If my sons hearkened to my plea of getting a standard door like Emilinks premium quality doors for our house, it wouldn’t have been easy for the hoodlums to break in that night. And I wouldn’t have being sitting here. His eyes were flooding with tears, passer by were wondering why. Today, Baba Moku is dead but his story taught me a great lesson: TO BE SECURITY CONCIOUS! And as you read hearken to the advice of Baba Moku, so that you will have a different door story to tell. Go for Emilinks premium quality doors, go for the best. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

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3) @Therealzeez77 – @bellanaija #Emilinks doors are not Made 4 privacy alone,taking pics in front of them is also lovely #mydoorstory

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‏4) @asajapheth – @EmilinksNG When you hear you can get up to 50% off any #Emilinks door you buy, you’ll be like oya dab ?#MyDoorStory

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6) diane – I never invited people to my place. The door was always bad, no matter how many times I changed it. The rain did a good job at making my door smell. The smell ruined the whole house. I did not visit anybody. I did not keep friends, I didn’t want anyone to get tempted to offer me a visit. My door caused me enough shame. Even the harmattan made it peel off.
When our new boss arrived, he wanted to change our perception of him. We heard really bad things about the man. He invited us for dinner. There I saw Emilinks door. At first, I thought it was for the rich but his wife assured me that it was not only affordable but the best. I tried my luck again and I will tell you, the rain has enjoyed two seasons and I have organized seven dinner parties here. The rain does not cause my door any irritation. My door forms an equal resistance. I have a dinner party next week. I am more comfortable having people come in because I have a welcoming entrance. #emilinks #bellanaija #day6

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7) Oyinkansola – Do you know that a burglary occurs every 15 seconds? People usually underestimate the importance of doors in our homes. I see doors like the mouth of the home. I know that sounds funny but that’s just how I see it! As you wouldn’t put just anything in your mouth, the door helps you filter the energy that comes into your home. The door plays an essential role in the home by shielding us from things as little as harmful insects to playing a major role in saving our lives and that of our loved ones. That is why when installing doors in our homes, you should make an extra effort in ensuring that you install the the right kinds of doors that not only gives you security but also gives you rest of mind. That is why you should choose #Emilink as they not only provide you with doors that guaranty security and rest of mind, these doors also beautifies the home. #Emilink is the best in the field!!!! #Emilink #MyDoorStory

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8) lilianadjarho – Sometime in the 90’s, we woke up to the sound of someone trying to tear down our front door. Mum was so brave and started calling out for help, the civil defence people who were on duty that night from afar responded to mum’s plea and asked for address, mum said it. We were at rest thinking they will come to our aid. Umfortunately they actually asked for the address so they will know which direction to run through. We kept hearing the heavy sound of trying to tear down the door, we were just there in mum’s arms while she prayed. After a while we didn’t hear it again. In the morning we went with mum to check and saw that there was a tear on it but because of how strong it was, they could not break in. Only place to get such strong and protective doors these days is at Emilinks. Stay safe and protected with Emilinks Doors. #emilinks #mydoorstory cc @bellanaijaonline

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9) mzz_favvy -Day6 #emilinks #MyDoorStory…my door has been a protection from day1 especially my front and back door…my door protected me from criminals one quiet morning,it happened that I was home alone that morning in my room when I heard a noise from my neighbours apartment I was scared at first but then I didn’t panic becus both my front and back door were locked and they are very strong…minutes later my neighbour came out crying saying she was robbed of her things and said they would ve succeeded in my ous if my door wasn’t strong and locked..I was shocked because if then we had an older poorly constructed wooden door no matter what lock we have on the door the intruders would have easily kicked the door to circumvent the lock and succeeded….
A door is a protection to the home.
A door acts as the primary barriers against the unwanted intruders.
A door sure enhances the uniqueness and elegance of the home.
….Go for a strong and durable door go for emilinks….Try emilinks and tell a friend too #MyDoorStory @bellanaijaonline #day6

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10) frenchcola1 – While apartment hunting, told myself I wanted a place where I can take beautiful selfies. Lo and behold, I come across this apartment with a beautiful door. The way the sun reflects on the door, gives my selfies a beautiful background. What got me attracted to my apartment was the DOOR (my secret is out lolzzzz). Friends always ask where the beautiful door on my dp is? My door is posh, hehehehehhe! I love pictures a lot so what better background for my selfies… I love my DOOR selfies. #MySelfieDoor #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day 6 @bellanaijaonline‎

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111 Comments

  1. helen

    August 14, 2016 at 10:33 am

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day7
    My Prison Door Experience:

    When I gained admission into the college of health to study Medical Social Works, I never knew it will be a wide door open to great experiences.

    On that fateful day 8/8/2016 when I embarked on a visit to the prison as part of my requirements as a student social worker, I approached the huge prison #door with mixed feelings. I saw how thick and tight the security door was which can only be likened to the security of #Emilinks world class doors. I realized how expensive freedom is.

    As I looked at the faces of the inmates staring at the door through which I entered and hoping it will be opened for them to go out, as I interacted with them individually and personally…
    I saw an intense desire for freedom.
    I saw regret and remorse.
    I saw repentance and resolutions.

    A door can either grant you freedom or bondage depending on what you choose.
    I choose freedom, I choose Emilinks. What about you?

    #Emilinks #Bellanaija #Mydoorstory #Day 7

    • Cinderellaman

      August 14, 2016 at 4:37 pm

      I recall that unfaithful night of the harmattan season of 2014. It’s normally quiet on my street in Magodo Phase 1, GRA, Lagos. I was awake and a little glance at the wall clock, I could see it’s 10 mins past the hour mark and I was wondering why I was finding it hard to sleep. Within a split second, I was on my feet.

      I picked up my laptop and set out to see some movies or just surf the internet. Then I heard some cringing noise in the neighborhood. “What could that be?” I quizzed myself looking rather unworried as I set out to punch the keyboards on my PC.

      The door to my room opened and in came my mum. “Don’t make noise, robbers are in the neighborhood” she said whispering. I reminded her the sort of house we lived in, even though we lived in this wealthy estate, we had about the ugliest house and we aren’t as rich as the other. My mum was unfazed and kept pressing me to put off my laptop and be alert.

      The noise grew closer – the robbers were apparently robbing from house to house, door to doors. – We all stayed awake eagerly waiting for when they’d approach our house.

      I could hear the scream of “ole, ole, ole” so close. It was our neighbour screaming for help. Next it was a gunshot…”Was he dead? Did they kill him for screaming?” We all quizzed each other. By this time, my mum had already hit the toilet more than 5 times to urinate as she almost wet her pants. My sister was already in tears. I looked at my dad but the old man remained unfazed. He knew the door he had installed and I was determined to be a man just like my father.

      I walked into my room as I could hear them climbing the outside stair to the apartment just at my window in the next compound. I peeked slowly watching how the fell a door protected with a burglary proof with simple instruments as woods. “Leave the window, they will see you”…my mum startled me as my heart left for my bosom for a second. I shrinked and told my mum I was fine. Then a touch flashed through our window. “They have seen us, you see what you caused, my mum cried” I told we’re fine, but she won’t take it. She started out making calls… to her elder brothers I could guess.

      “DUM! DUM!! DUM!!!”…We heard three hefty mean landing in the compound as they scaled the fence to our compound. My mum was already reciting all the bible passages she knows as she prayed the host of heaven to save us. I went to the kitchen, picked a cutlass and was ready to fall anyone who made it through that door.

      My dad was yet unfazed, relaxed in the sitting room. My sister cried uncontrollably beside him. I was scared but I was determined to bring anyone down who dare hurt my family.

      “Gbam! Gbam!! Gbam!!!” the knocks kept coming on the door. Open this door before we break in. By this time I was by the door, my eyes fixated at the window encase anyone tries to come in magically. They kept knocking and shooting at the door knob. I was already fidgeting like a man left out in the cold for a year, sweating profusely that I couldn’t even tell if I had peed on myself.

      After much toiling, it was calm, we remained scared but they were gone…to the next compound maybe? I asked my old man who remained unfazed with wry smile on his face. “Go to bed all of you”..he muttered. My mum kept praising her God and I was able to comfort my kid sis.

      I woke up in the morning to meet the neighborhood all out talking about the night. They were all amazed we were the only one on our line that wasn’t robbed. My dad simply led them to the door entrance. There were visible damages but it remained firm, frustrating the robbers who were force to accept we weren’t going to be counted as their victims.

      My proud dad let everyone know why he trusts his #Emilinks door and urged others to change their doors to #Emilinks if they want better security. Then it dawn on my mum, I and my kid sis just why the old man remained unfazed.

      Day 7-#MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  2. eniola Kareem

    August 14, 2016 at 10:35 am

    When you open doors, it admit people, ventilation or light.
    The door is used to control the physical atmosphere within a
    space by enclosing the air drafts, so that interiors may be
    more effectively heated or cooled. Doors are significant in
    preventing the spread of fire. They also act as a barrier to
    noise. Many doors such as Emilink Doors are equipped with
    locking mechanisms to allow entrance to certain people and
    keep out others. Doors leads to the inside of a house, so no
    matter how beautiful the interior is, the door is the first point
    of attraction and beauty, so make your home classy using
    the Emilinks range of doors # Emilinks # MyDoorStory Day 7

  3. Favour

    August 14, 2016 at 10:43 am

    #Emilink #mydoorstory #day_7
    It’s not just about the name…it’s all about the safety guaranteed, security guaranteed, reliability guaranteed, comfort guaranteed, undefined happiness guaranteed,dependability guaranteed, well-fortified and it gives optimum satisfaction. With EMILINK DOORS,you can be sure the world is yours. As the saying goes,…”give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world”.
    With Emilink door your safety is sure 24/7

  4. Favour

    August 14, 2016 at 10:44 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day6
    It’s not just about the name…it’s all about the safety guaranteed, security guaranteed, reliability guaranteed, comfort guaranteed, undefined happiness guaranteed,dependability guaranteed, well-fortified and it gives optimum satisfaction. With EMILINKs DOOR,you can be sure the world is yours. As the saying goes,…”give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world”.
    With Emilinks door your safety is sure 24/7

  5. Favour

    August 14, 2016 at 10:45 am

    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day7
    It’s not just about the name…it’s all about the safety guaranteed, security guaranteed, reliability guaranteed, comfort guaranteed, undefined happiness guaranteed,dependability guaranteed, well-fortified and it gives optimum satisfaction. With EMILINKs DOOR you can be sure the world is yours. As the saying goes,…”give a girl the right shoes and she can conquer the world”.
    With Emilinks door your safety is sure 24/7

  6. Rachel

    August 14, 2016 at 10:45 am

    #DAY7 #EMILINKS #MYDOORSTORY #BELLANAIJA
    I hate gossips and mama Nkechi my neighbour is just that, a gossip. Different women, of different background troop in here all the time to gossip with mama Nkechi. She seems to hold a special session every evening with different categories of women- the rich, the average, the poor and the very rich.
    I am new to the compound, I don’t know how long this has been going on but every time they are around the door is locked. We don’t see them or really hear them but their organized laughter always fills the compound. I find it annoying. I want to confront mama Nkechi but I will wait.
    ***
    This Tuesday is one of my worse days. I was late for my job interview, the clumsy driver splashed water on me from the pothole and he did not even stop to say sorry. The nasty woman at the market said nasty things to me because she thought my skirt was too tight and it said a lot about me.
    The rain beat me mercilessly and now I don’t know where I dropped my purse, my ATM and a little money was in the purse. The frustration I feel today can get me to devour even the most innocent person.
    I returned home, the frustration was all over my face. I felt deep shame that I left home happy and I was back really sad. Mama Nkechi’s door was open for the very first time since I moved in. I was about to step into my room when I smelt something. Mama Nkechi was cooking. My frustration was slowly fading. The aroma filled the compound, my door was open, one leg was inside and the other was out. My stomach moved uncomfortably with anxiety and the ambrosial steam attacked again in a wave, I took it in and closed back my door. I walked very slowly to Mama Nkechi’s door. It seemed she knew I was there; she offered me a wide smile and let me in. I sat in her sitting room and there I had a first-hand experience, the intricately mixed spices in her jollof were taking over my senses, if I could I would walk right into the kitchen and serve myself but I had to wait. She smiled at me again and said,” it will soon be ready”. Soon her women joined us and I was ready to hear what they always gossiped about. Mama Nkechi served us all and soon I heard them share ideas of how to be better women and grow their businesses. Mama Nkechi was never a gossip and I felt ashamed. Her hospitality and her blessed kitchen hands made all the women converge there and I had judged before I understood.

  7. Ocho Cecilia

    August 14, 2016 at 10:51 am

    I could see them from a distance. I couldn’t hear what they were saying but their gestures showed they had evil intentions.
    Immediately, my mind flashed back at how 3men robbed mama shola at her shop on gun point and in broad day light.
    Mama shola had always believed that her local iron burglary which was constructed by her husband was the best. “Madam Sisi” as she always addressed me, “this your glass door no better pass my iron protector o. Person fit just open your door come thief your thing o” she would always say in her Yoruba accent. But I never agreed to what she said. My glass door always let me see who is coming to my shop without the person seeing me.
    The men were now coming towards my shop. I hurried to my door and bolted it from inside. The three dreaded men were now trying to open the door but noticed it was locked from inside.
    “Madam Sisi we want buy something open door naa”, one of them called from outside. I remained silent and calm. After about 10minutes of persistent knocking on my door, a police van loaded with armed police men parked in front of my shop. The three men tried to escape but it was too late as the whole place was already surrounded by police men. They were searched and disarmed of 2 guns and daggers. That was when I now came out of my shop.
    “Thank You madam Cecilia” officer Ben said walking towards me. “You called us right on time. I promise you, these criminals won’t go free”. He added. “I trust what you can do officer Ben”. I replied. “But come to think of it, how did you get to know they were robbers even as they were yet to enter your shop” officer Ben asked.
    “That’s the handwork of Emilinks”. I replied and headed back to my shop to attend to a customer.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  8. Lyop

    August 14, 2016 at 10:54 am

    #mydoorstory #emilinks #day7
    The breeze came with a vengeance. It was midnight and I needed to sleep. The rain was about to fall really heavily, which should make for a great night for everyone else but not me. I have a very unstable door, if I lock my door and the breeze blows, the door moves very slowly and at night the sound creates different images in my mind. I feel somebody walking, I hear voices, I see images, These things are not happening but my door makes me see them.
    I sleep really late and I continue my sleep at the office. I have been warned severally. My door has caused me deep fear.
    I was at Elsie’s place when the breeze started again. Her door was wide open but the breeze did not push it, it did not make uncomfortable,wild sounds. The rain came heavily and her door remained steady.
    “Where did you get your door”.
    “oh, its emilinks”.
    We went immediately the rain stopped. I got one and had it fixed. I don’t hear voices at night when the breeze blows. I don’t see people. I have been fine since I got my emilinks fixed
    #mydoorstory #emilinks #day7

  9. Diane

    August 14, 2016 at 10:59 am

    And I won. Thank you Emilinks. Yes! Yes! Emilinks. Let me go and tell my facebook friends to come here.

  10. Ivie

    August 14, 2016 at 11:12 am

    #Emilinksdoor #mydoorstory day 7
    Selecting and installing the right door can go a long way when it comes to enhancing the appearance of your home and making it a much better place to live in.
    I used to be ashamed of bringing my friends back to my house because of my door. We have all visited each others house except mine. Each day they asked to visit my house, I always bring up one excuse or the other. Deep down in my heart, I knew that that of all the things i have in my house, my door ‘carried’ last. I had always wanted a strong, durable and beautiful door that will meet up my taste and style. You can then imagine my happiness when I heard and saw a display of Emilink doors . I immediately called up and ordered for a brand new Emilink door at a very affordable price. Now I have my Emilink door installed, my confidence has been boosted, I can now sleep with my eyes closed. This weekend I will be hosting my friends and of course my #Emilinks door will be waiting for them.. #smiles @bellanaija @EmilinksNG

  11. Okon Emmanuel

    August 14, 2016 at 11:14 am

    as a Day 5 winner, i sent my account details but i haven’t seen a credit alert so am going to send my account details again
    Okon Emmanuel
    0049080361
    Union Bank. but if that doesn’t work,which I’ll assume is why i haven’t seen a credit alert, you can try this one:
    Emmanuel Okon
    0051384578
    Diamond bank. Thank You!

  12. Ivie

    August 14, 2016 at 11:16 am

    In the centre of my village is an old house. It is said to be first concrete house there and had stayed for more than 150 years. The blocks has of course worn out, the windows almost non-existent and what was left of the roof is a patch of red coloured flakings but the most amazing sight is the door, a black door. Made of the finest iron, it stood there almost like a guard warding off any unpleasant visitor. day and night,year after year the door remained strong and standing. Whenever I visit my village I always look at this door and marvel at its ‘faithfulness’ and of course one day I would want a door as faithful as this door. Just like me if you need a Strong, reliable and durable door, Emilink door is the door. #mydoorstory #emilinkdoors #day7

  13. Noblekenson

    August 14, 2016 at 11:21 am

    Day 7 – #mydoorstory #emilinksng #emilinks ‘HOW EMILINKS DOORS SAVED MY AUNTIE ‘
    So @bellanaijaonline actually made me hunt for #mydoorstories lol… So yesterday I called my aunt who happens to live in Abuja just for the normal pleasantries… She then narrated to me their ordel in the hands of armed robbers… She and her husband were relaxing after dinner around 8:30pm and suddenly they had gunshots… They ran inside their bedroom and locked up the door… The thieves broke through the living room door (it was a glass door) and made away with all the valuables in their parlour… They tried all they could to get into the bedroom (because they heard the cries of her baby and knew they were inside)… But they couldn’t break through it easily … So they left with what they could lay hands on.. I then asked her how come they couldn’t get into the bedroom… She told me that it wasn’t up to a week that they changed the door oo.. When I asked her what brand the door was… she said ? #EMILINKS NG (a friend of theirs introduced it to them) I was surprised cos I never knew that truly EMILINKS DOORS ARE DURABLE AND OF HIGH VALUE and she even told me that they don’t cost much … I thank God for Emilinks NG for the good work they are doing because if not for their strong and durable door I wouldn’t be writing this story…cos who knows… Either my aunt or her husband would have been dead… This is my #doorstory #emilinks @bellanaijaonline

  14. Miss Bond

    August 14, 2016 at 11:25 am

    mydoorstory #emilinkdoor #day7 #bellanaija When I was little, I lived with my parents on the 3rd floor in a three storey building. My parents would not allow us (I and siblings) to play with other kids in the compound. I and my siblings then decided to play within. After our parents have gone to work, we would go to our neighbours door, knock and then run away on hearing the sound of approaching footsteps. We were happy doing but one of our neighbours did not find this funny. I don’t know if she knew it was us but she always gave me this “I know what you did” look. That fateful day we knocked as usual and ran away. After 5mins our neighbor came up to our home with a long whip. She said she has caught us today that she saw us through the peep hole. I was surprised. I don’t even know what a peep hole was. I thought all doors were supposed to be the same, I said to my self as she all knelt us down. Later in the day, when my parents came back,they sent me to buy airtime when I noticed that my neighbor had changed her door. This must have happened when we went to school.I walked closer to the door and noticed it was an Emilinks door. i ran up and told my parents that they should install Emilink doors for us as well so we can see people when they knock and the next day it was installed.EMILINKS DOOR IS SIMPLY THE BEST!

  15. Obi k

    August 14, 2016 at 11:26 am

    Day 7 – Inspired by The Movie: The other side of the door

    The other side!
    You shouldn’t have being there, you shouldn’t even be there.
    Now you stuck between forces with so much tide.
    Madam, you couldn’t take it, the voice lingered in fear,
    Fear that transgresses so much to you that you couldn’t hide.
    “It’s alright dear” you said, “I’m here”
    But later on you slide, you know you lied.
    Because I don’t see you no more, where are you my dear? Where?

    The other side of the door
    You opened it and now you swimming in darkness, the shock was real.
    You should have said BYE and lay on the floor,
    But “mummy I’m scared” kept you up and now you feel.
    You opened the door,
    He was scared and now you scared from head to heel.
    You welcomed demons of his prior
    You don’t see your son no more but evil.

    The door!
    Wide aghast is your life like this door you opened.
    What did you do? You’ve being fooled for,
    Things move, door opens, switches on, the flowers itself are frightened.
    Good things die, the good soul is dead and gone, gone afore,
    Now you battle with spirit, such foolishness fighting something dead. Oh! Kill it and it will be deadened.
    #mydoorstory #emilinks

  16. Linda C. Kenneth

    August 14, 2016 at 11:28 am

    Hurry!!! I won! Thanks to Emilinks and Bellanaija for this opportunity to showcase my creativity!

  17. Douglas

    August 14, 2016 at 11:42 am

    Day-7

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

    It’s only a door, I need not say more, yet uninteresting as it could be,

    It’s occupying the front of my upper floor, Making in my brain a kind of grey potpourri.

    Then everything begins to spin of Emilinks, different silvers and irons and even graphite connect,

    The walls are clouds strewn astray, the desks become stones and common rocks,
    the floor has become bare!

    My world has become flooded with Emilinks doors, no other at all! Yet I’m still entranced by that simple creation, the creator long forgotten.

    But, yet the door, he’s still there he’s there just looking at me,
    those eyes staring deep into my soul,

    And I could have sworn he talked! Imagine, a talking door. And extra parts shoot forward and out, the door is moving closer, to me,

    And it’s not a door but a person, who enlightens my eyes,
    But I still yearn for the Emilinks door, any other than this dreadful one.

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  18. Berry

    August 14, 2016 at 11:45 am

    I am seen more frequently as an object than a human being
    People act as if there is no soul inside the metal/wooden element they’re seeing

    I am referred to by things like “hard, durable, and unbreakable”
    When I answer with offence they say they’re only being funny.

    I walk away feeling degraded with an overwhelming sense of shame
    Strangers make me hate myself and never learn my name – yes I have one.

    To hear a vulgar cat call sends a shiver down my spine
    to be objectified is understated, and society says it’s fine.

    It makes me sick when I am treated like a piece of meat
    My one solution is to cut an eye holes in an old bed sheet so I can see them coming.

    When strangers say I’m pretty I no longer feel an ere of confidence and pride
    I feel a need to run away, be alone, and hide.

    I’ve been facing a lot of discrimination, and domestic assault lately and I only survive because of my strength and agility.

    When you are in a position like this often times people are too afraid to speak up. I know I’ve been, so I guess I’ll let it out here. I am Emilinks, the only door who endures, domestic violence, abuse, gun shots, adversities of all kind, but I have come out stronger and better.

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 7

  19. Azeez Shuaib O.

    August 14, 2016 at 11:47 am

    #Day7 #Emilinks #Mydoorstory
    THE SLAMMED DOOR.

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

  20. Gemonyi

    August 14, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    The good thing about doors is you can decide when you want to open or close it.
    I have learnt to open it for people that would make me and shut it against those who have nothing to add to me.
    Even in my relationship, I am careful to pick some habits before I open doors of bad attitude I would later be struggling with.#EmiLinks #MyDoorStory

  21. Oluchukwu O

    August 14, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    Whenever I come home from work, my daughter will run to the door, and give me a big hug and kisses, and with just that act, everything bad/stressful that’s happened that day just melts away.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  22. Debbie Baba

    August 14, 2016 at 12:02 pm

    “So i say to you, Ask and it will be given to you: Search, and you will find: knock and the door will be opened for you.” EMILINKS DOOR opens the DOOR for you to greater opportunities and happiness without spending a fortune!
    #Day 7
    # EMILINKS
    # Mydoorstory

  23. Ademola Adelugba

    August 14, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    I remember years ago, when I was living with my elder brother and men of the underworld came visiting. They were able to gain entrance into our apartment because the sliding door was not strong enough. They stole money, laptop and phones. The most amazing part of the whole thing was that days after, I tried calling my line stolen with my phone and the robber was bold enough to speak with me and laughing at me. I begged him to release my line that I didn’t want to go through the stress of line swapping (in those days, the stress to swap lines was much), he was like, he was right in my front now, that I should see him. He was making jest of me. I thought in my mind that it wasn’t his fault, if the door had been good he wouldn’t have gained entrance, let alone steal anything. Months after we had changed the door, they came visiting again. They never knew things have changed. They would have thought they could easily gain access like before. We could hear them behind the door lamenting about their inability to gain entrance. We quietly called the night guards and they were apprehended. We were able to retrieve only the laptop.
    A door is a shield, a protective layer from intruders and unwanted guests. Emilinks doors give you the protection from unwanted guests and intruders whereby you can go to sleep with your two eyes closed. Think quality, think Emilinks, try them today and you’d be glad you did. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  24. Saheed Ajibola

    August 14, 2016 at 12:12 pm

    Has an undergraduate studying Insurance in the prestigious university of Lagos.
    The course property risk has detect theft and burglary as a diarrhea in our industry based on claims.
    My lecturer constantly ditching out note on how premium income has risen due to burglary risk and all I could think of was how Nigerians could pay that much and considering on getting an Emilink secured door, which I see has a necessity to all homes.

    #EmilinksNG #mydoorstory #bellanaija #day7

  25. Emris Golds

    August 14, 2016 at 12:33 pm

    Our house was in one of the worse areas any one could not imagine residing in. The criminal rate was high, noise from the drunk youths and old men that went to while away time in the beer parlor directly opposite our house, banging sounds played from the music in the club/ guest house beside our house, lousy neighbours, creepy insects and mosquitoes that creeped in through our door. There were alot of unimaginable disturbances in that area that sometimes made us spend a day or two in our uncle’s house that was around ours. Well, that was the best remedy we had tried. The funny thing about this was that, our uncle also lived in our area but never complained about any of these problems. We almost thought he was using Jazz to protect himself but well, the thoughts of having to go back home always dawned on us. We needed to find a remedy soonest so we could stop inconviencing our uncle. Weeks after weeks passed with the prevailing disturbances until our dad was finally able to ask my uncle to share some of his “Jazz” with us. Our dad came back that day with some beautiful, polished, solid doors that words cannot describe. He had some men install them. Well, we weren’t still convinced if that could solve our problem. Guess what? We had the soundest sleep that we have not had in ages! The door is literally a “noise barrier” and because of how solid it is, it prevents insects from passing through the bottom of the door. EMILINKS was our best remedy! Our dad did not even spend a fortune on these, but yet it was excellent and top notch!Since then, the only thing that took us to our uncle’s house was to say thank you!
    EMILINKS DOORS! The best remedy!
    #Day 7
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoorstory

  26. john oyekunle

    August 14, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    One day I was sleeping in my room so heard a heavy bang at my door so I quickly rush to the palour to check what was going on. I found that robbers were at the door so I started panicking. I tried calling the emergency helpline and I spoke to the policeman on duty. The robbers kept on banging the door and trying to force the door open. After trying frantically to gain access to my house they were unsuccessfully so they left my house and move to another house. The police did not arrive the scene of the robbery until after 2hrs and by that time the robbers had robbed my neighbours and carted away valuables. I heard one of my neighbour say they collected millions of naira from her. They shot dead the security man attached to my neighbour house. It was an awful experience that I will never forget in a longtime. The robbers could not gain entrance into my house and rob me because I use emilinks doors. Emilinks doors are strong and can withstand any form of external force thereby providing adequate security to the home. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7 @EmilinksNg

  27. Shodamola taiwo

    August 14, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    #mydoorstory #emilinks #day7
    O MY DOOR. O what a confidence in my door.
    Always gripped by fear in sight of a police or mascurade,crying aloud in tears and all i could do was to locate my room and shut the door behind me, what a relief and hope, what a confidence and security.
    I can vividly remember a night, I was fast asleep beside my mom, just to wake up in the middle of the night to hear the tic tic of the clock,with fear i thought it was a footstep coming closer to our room, my heart beat faster and i rolled to meet my mom, hidding under the comfort of her arm, still in fear i tapped her and wisperred “mom i can hear someone coming” and with a smile she looked at me and said “The Door is Locked. O what a peace of mind, I rolled back, spread my legs wide open and slept off.
    Emilink Doors, Bringing relief, hope and security.

  28. honey

    August 14, 2016 at 12:45 pm

    This @bellanaija and @EmilinksNG #mydoorstory just made me rememberedvwhat happened to my friend peju one faithful Monday like that…

    On a very long and tired monday, my friend peju got the fright of her life when she walked into her house and found man in a bath robe cooking in the kitchen. The Problem was, that the bath robe wasn’t his, neither was the food he was cooking, nor was the house! Her confusion and fright didn’t stop the man from doing what he was doin oo…he was even inviting her into her house sef. Of course, trust my friend peju, she quickly called the police. After arriving on the scene, however, the guy insisted that it was his home and was even struggling with the police. Ultimately, the man was take into custody. The police reported that the man was suffering from a mental disorder (ya think?!), anyways, what happened to my friend just goes to show how important it is to have a good security home cause you never can tell. I’m so glad the man did not rape her or do anything worse. That is why i give #Emilinks door a ?percent because i cant shout oo..! As least I know that with their doors I am safe and secure in my home. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

  29. Mfon antai

    August 14, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    Emilinks door shows taste and class, even my grand ma whom i think is old fashioned requested for emilinks door when my parents built our family house. In her words, she said i want that shine shine oyinbo door that i saw in mama nkechi’s house and when my parents enquire behold it was Emilinks door. #emilinks door #my door story day 7

  30. LilianAdjarho

    August 14, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    Yayyyyyy! Whoop whoop! I won. 4th trial. Thank you so much Bellanaija.

  31. john oyekunle

    August 14, 2016 at 1:35 pm

    One day I was sleeping in my room so I heard a heavy bang at my door so I quickly rush to the palour to check what was going on. I found that robbers were at the door so I started panicking. I tried calling the emergency helpline and I spoke to the policeman on duty. The robbers kept on banging and trying to force the door open. After trying frantically to gain access to my house they were unsuccessful so they left my house and move to another house. The police did not arrive the scene of the robbery until after 2hrs and by that time the robbers had robbed my neighbour and carted away valuables. I heard one of my neighbour say they collected millions of naira from her. They shot dead the security man attached to my neighbour house. It was an awful experience that I will never forget in a long time. The robbers could not gain entrance into my house because I use emilinks doors. Emilinks doors are strong and can withstand any form of external force thereby providing adequate security to your home. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7 @EmilinksNg

  32. Loveday

    August 14, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    Behind every door there is a story. This is my story;
    Few years back, dare devil robbers visited and attacked my neighbourhood, they were breaking down people’s doors and robbing them of their cash and properties. They visited the house before mine and i was hearing serious bangs on the door, they spent time there trying to break in but the door was too powerful for them, i was in my own apartment praying to God for the arrival of security personnels because my own door was nothing to write home about because they will break in with ease. As if my prayers were answered, immediately they decided to leave that house for mine, security agents arrived the scene and gave them a hot pursuit. I heaved a sigh of relief but realised i needed a strong and reliable door. In the morning, i decided to find out the kind of door my next door neighbour had, lo and behold it was EMILINKS DOOR.
    Off i went in search of Emilinks office opposite Mega Chicken Eatery, Lekki-Epe Expressway way to get a quality door to fortify my building.
    I am happy to say that i can now comfortably sleep with my two eyes closed, knowing fully well that my Emilinks Door got me covered.
    For a pleasant door story, choose Emilinks Range of Doors
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

  33. Okon Emmanuel

    August 14, 2016 at 1:41 pm

    I won on Day 5 on Facebook and still haven’t been contacted.

  34. Rafaella

    August 14, 2016 at 1:51 pm

    If there were no doors, armed robbers can break in and take away all valuable things and if possible lives. If there were no doors, rodents and insects of all kinds will be living with us so Doors are necessary if we want to be able to have some privacy, keep pests, rain and cold out, and be secure.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  35. Nyitamen Iveren

    August 14, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    What a door. I can’t forget my experience of 2015 election. I was posted to a community in the north western part as presiding officer for INEC. I had two card readers but one failed to work, they thought I had a hidden idea for not using two. Funny enough I did not understand their language. But I could sense foul play, I had key to a class room in the school where the election was going on I just want in an locked myself and the materials in the classroom until help came. They stoned the door but couldn’t get through. Am ever grateful for that day and the door. #Emilinks doors #My door story.

  36. Wale Favour

    August 14, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    THIS IS FUNNY BUT TRUE

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day – 7
    Four years ago i moved to sango ota in ogun state. My compound has three flats and four Boys quarters, in my room there is this small opening in my front door, I got tired of wondering who was at the other side of the door whenever I heard a knock. So i found the primary use of this hole in my door one evening, about a month after the carpenter planted it there and filled it with lens and dressed it with a knob with which visitors could knock. It was late that day and I was returning from work, tired. I had seen my neighbour, shade, standing at the back door of her flat in the main building, directly facing mine with only the yard separating us.I had dropped my things and undressed even with only perry cole boxer on me, before I began to wonder what she was doing standing alone at the back of her flat.

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

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

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

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

    shade : Why? Aren’t we neighbours?

    me : do you want to come in?

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

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

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

    Me : Oh, that was Wednesday.

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

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

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

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

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

    To cut the story short, the next day, I got the carpenter to evacuate the gap in my front door, since I was certain shade was going to return knocking on my door and I wouldn’t be in need of the hole in my front door anymore.
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day7

  37. Diamond

    August 14, 2016 at 2:20 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 7.
    For this I decided to tell my real story to provide me some relieve while hoping to win some money.I can’t believe how much 10k can do for my family now guys.

    These past few months have been very turbulent for me. I have 2 kids and suddenly found out about another one on the way, I’m happy but can’t fully rejoice as hubby lost his job a few days before I got the result. I found myself filled with fear of the unknown, in this economy 2 kids with another on the way, how do we feed,pay school fees,bills upon bills,I suddenly became the sole bread winner while also keeping it together in front of everyone so that hubby doesn’t feel the weight of this loss. I must confess I’ve walked through this pregnancy in some sort of zombie mode as I cannot afford to be weak,to be down not even for a second.

    You can only imagine how tough this has been,some days it gets so bad that there’s nothing to feed on. I had to devise a coping mechanism “The DOOR”. The door became a sort of refuge for me, when i set out to work in the mornings,as I lock my door I lock away all my fears and worries, go to work with a smile on my face and do a damn good job like I have no worry in the world, help people out,show acts of kindness. When I get home at night and lock the DOOR I lock out all my worries again and have a beautiful night with my family. Every where I go,everything i do I use the door as a barricade to my feelings in order to guide my sanity.

    Even as I’m going to put to bed in a few days and with a thousand thoughts in my head, I’m going to step in to that labour room and lock the door against my fear. I’m going to allow the birth of this child open a new DOOR of hope in our lives. I have faith that his birth will open the Doors of abundance.
    Yes!!! Very soon everyone I’ll come back to remind you of this story so you can celebrate with me as God opens me a new door.
    #Emilinks #mydoorstory.

  38. Mahka

    August 14, 2016 at 2:22 pm

    #Emilinks #My Door Story -Day 7… I wouldn’t have it any other way, I just didn’t want anything else except this. My carpenter keeps bringing me samples, ‘Ma, this one has extras like doorbell, strong handles , great locks and even automatic bolts’ I didn’t bulge, I wanted more, more. I knew there was only one brand that assures me of my safety, very durable, affordable and has even plenty extras,so I insisted. Off he went after I had threatened him with an ultimatum. Without a word, I knew what I wanted when I saw it.. ‘That one, I said, that’s it’.. With his jaw dropped to the floor he said’ Ma, that one na big man door o because say e strong ka ka ra ka,’ I Said yes, go get me a bargain. I knew I made the right choice, its been years since and my Emilinks doors still stands ka ka ra ka, no shaking.

  39. Linda Kenneth

    August 14, 2016 at 2:23 pm

    Finally I won after trying for 5 times. Na God win. Thanks Emilinks, Thanks Bella naija.

  40. MARK UMA

    August 14, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Topic: Knock on the Door :
    When one door closes another opens and any door God opens no man on earth can shut it. Knock on the Door and it shall be opened unto you (God will answer) I urge you all today to put your trust in God because he alone can grant us open doors. John 10:1 Truly, Truly I say to you he who doesn’t enter by the door into the sheepfold, but climbs up some other way is a thief. This shows unequivocally that doors are important even here on earth. Finally, out of 2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 doors and counting that I have seen, Emilinks Door is the Number 1. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Happy Sunday

  41. Elijah

    August 14, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    hw do I get start

  42. Oyinkansola

    August 14, 2016 at 2:50 pm

    Yay I won. So greatful for this. Thanks Emilinks and Bellanaija

  43. olusegun alabi

    August 14, 2016 at 2:58 pm

    In a world where safety is paramount to living, in a time when security is key, doors play an important and inevitable role in protecting families, property, and safeguarding memories. Emilinks knows the essence of good doors, that is why they have made a signature mark in the art of quality door production, going the extra mile to produce doors that not only beautify but secure your homes and preserve those fund memories of life. Life is all about doors both the visible and invincible doors, to every world there is a door to every being there is a door for every home Emilinks has provided a door. opening one of those classic Emilinks door each day is a promise kept.
    #Emilink #mydoorstory

  44. Ajoke

    August 14, 2016 at 3:03 pm

    #Day7 #Emilinks #Mydoorstory
    Doors are of great significance be it in our homes or offices. So, my father who is an entrepreneur worked so hard to build a four bedroom flat in his hometown. After hustling to get his home built, then it got to furnishing stage. Then the challenge of getting good, quality and affordable doors started for an average man like himself.
    He went from one place to the other but all to no avail. He would complain about the present economic situation and almost gave up on abandoning the building projects.
    One day while I was on bellanaija I read about Emilinks products. While reading out of curiosity I reached out to my dad and I told him about Emilinks N1 billion discounts promo on products with guarantee. The next day my dad was at Emilinks office at kilometer 24, lekki epe express road, opposite mega chicken eatery, beside ascon filling station, Lagos Nigeria.
    And to my greatest surprise he said waoooo, finally I can furnish my house.
    What a great joy that gives me. Within two weeks we have our new home furnished with Emilinks products. The kitchen, wardrobes, beds, shelves and dining. Emilinks offers prompt delivery, value guarantee excellent support and quality material.
    Emilinks products gives peace of mind and Emilinks doors also improve the appearance of any entrance. What better background would I have gotten for a lover of pictures like myself if not with emilinks doors. Having crush for Emilinks because both rich and poor can now have a quality furnishing material.
    It could only be Emilinks
    Thanks to Emilinks—— Champion in style.

  45. Shobande Keymon Yomi

    August 14, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    #Day7 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    DIARY OF VISIONS WITHOUT LIMITATIONS. Mr clement Onuoha is a very wealthy man in my village UMUEZE in Umunneochi local government Area of Abia State. He is well honoured and respected by everyone in the village not only becouse he is wealthy but also becouse of his sagacity and generosity. He is always there to assist and encourage anyone who comes to him not only from our village but also from the neigbouring villages. His advice is well valued and productive. Mr Clement happens to be the first person to go the University in my village. He studied Agricultural Economics in the First indigenous University in Nigeria, University of Nigeria Nsukka. All his children are well educated and are living in Oversea. His Eldest son a Doctor (Surgeon) who lives in the USA built a mansion for him in the village. what would be considered hitherto as the most beautiful, largest and most modernised building in the village. Last year I travelled to the village After my second semester examination. My brother and I were outside the house gisting as usual when all of a sudden we heard the sound of a sporadic gunshots bangbang! bangbang!. I fell from my chair and hit my beatiful bumbum on the ground (lols!). Armed robbers had come to rob Mr Clement Onuohia. As God may have it, he and his Oriaku (wife) were inside the house when the robbers attacked. they tied the gateman with a rope (lol). They shot at the doors profusely as they tried all they could to gain entry to the house but to no avail. As they continued struggling with the door, Mr clement in his room quicky alerted the police. In a jiffy the police arrived and had a gun duel with the robbers. Two of the robbers were shot dead in the process while two gave in to the police (hahaha who wan die kwanu?). There was a great jubilation that day in Mr Clement’s house. As a sharp guy I be. A guy always in a quest for new knowledge. I went to Mr clement in his free time and asked him “Daddy, what kind of door did you put in your house that gave those robbers sucha a tough time?” he replied “oh my son, it is Emilinks security door oh”. I smiled with my beautiful face and said “thank you sir” . When I reached home, I hurriedly rush to my great diary “VISIONS WITHOUT LIMITATIONS” and wrote thus “EMILINKS SECURITY DOOR, A MUST FOR MY HOUSE”. Emilinks doors are the number 1 kajad doors. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  46. Tochukwu okoronkwo

    August 14, 2016 at 3:20 pm

    Day7 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks DIARY OF VISIONS WITHOUT LIMITATIONS. Mr clement
    Onuoha is a very wealthy man in my village UMUEZE in
    Umunneochi local government Area of Abia State. He is well
    honoured and respected by everyone in the village not only
    becouse he is wealthy but also becouse of his sagacity and
    generosity. He is always there to assist and encourage anyone who
    comes to him not only from our village but also from the
    neigbouring villages. His advice is well valued and productive. Mr
    Clement happens to be the first person to go the University in my
    village. He studied Agricultural Economics in the First indigenous
    University in Nigeria, University of Nigeria Nsukka. All his children
    are well educated and live abroad. His Eldest son a
    Doctor (Surgeon) who lives in the USA built a mansion for him in
    the village. what would be considered hitherto as the most
    beautiful, largest and most modernised building in the village.
    Last year I travelled to the village After my second semester
    examination. My brother and I were outside the house gisting as
    usual when all of a sudden we heard the sound of a sporadic
    gunshots bangbang! bangbang!. I fell from my chair and hit my
    beautiful bumbum on the ground (lols!). Armed robbers had come
    to rob Mr Clement Onuohia. As God may have it, he and his
    Oriaku (wife) were inside the house when the robbers attacked.
    they tied the gateman with a rope (lol). They shot at the doors
    profusely as they tried all they could to gain entry to the house
    but to no avail. As they continued struggling with the door, Mr
    clement in his room quicky alerted the police. In a jiffy the police
    arrived and had a gun duel with the robbers. Two of the robbers
    were shot dead in the process while two gave in to the police
    (hahaha who wan die kwanu?). There was a great jubilation that
    day in Mr Clement’s house. As a sharp guy I be. A guy always in a
    quest for new knowledge. I went to Mr clement in his free time
    and asked him “Daddy, what kind of doors did you put in your
    house that gave the robbers such tough time?” he replied “oh my son it is Emilinks security doors oh” I smiled with my beautiful face and said “Thank you sir”. that day when I reached home I went straight to my “DIARY OF VISIONS WTHOUT LIMITATIONS” and wrote thus “Emilinks security doors, a must for my house”.. mmm Tochukwu lekwa gi. you are too ambitious. Emilinks doors are the number 1 kajad doors. every house should have these doors.

  47. olusegun alabi

    August 14, 2016 at 3:22 pm

    In a world where safety is paramount to living, in a time when security is key, doors play an important and inevitable role in protecting families, property, and safeguarding memories. Emilinks knows the essence of good doors, that is why they have made a signature mark in the art of quality door production, going the extra mile to produce doors that not only beautify but secure your homes and preserve those fund memories of life. Life is all about doors both the visible and invincible doors, to every world there is a door to every being there is a door for every home Emilinks has provided a door. opening one of those classic Emilinks door each day is a promise kept.
    #Emilink #mydoorstory #day 7

  48. BEN OKPANACHI

    August 14, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    Whenever we enter a property, the first
    impression that we take about it is
    through the kind of doors that the
    property has. The door from which you
    pass is like light rays through the iris.
    The iris reflects what is going inside us
    and also tells us about the happenings
    of the world. The doors separate our
    world from the rest of the society and
    also the doors reflect about our lifestyle
    to the rest of the world who passes by
    our door without even entering our
    domain. So, it is significant to have a
    positive first impression of our house
    on the people because we can’t make a
    second first impression. The front door
    can add value to your house along with
    protecting you and your loved ones
    from the harsh weather effects.
    Replacement of the door is a good
    option in case your door is worn out
    and has scratches or has lost its shine
    due to the test of time. The door repair
    and replacement are of vital
    importance as they allow in the much-
    needed light and air in the house, but
    also act as the primary barriers against
    the unwanted intruders. Depending on
    their age and condition, door
    replacement could dramatically
    improve your home’s energy efficiency,
    improve your comfort and security, and
    reduce your utility bills. These are some
    of the advantages of the replacing your
    old doors with newer ones FROM EMILINKS. Also, it
    would surely enhance the unique look
    and elegance of your house that you
    always dream about. The selection for
    the perfect door should be made after
    consulting a good door replacing
    company like. FROM EMILINKS. so that they could clear out
    all your confusions regarding this and
    guide you properly for the type of door
    that would suit and completely fulfill all
    your requirements. This would surely
    make your home like your dream
    house.No one does it better that Emilinks #MYDooRSTORY #EMILINKS #TEAM_EMILINKS

  49. Olusegun Alabi

    August 14, 2016 at 3:43 pm

    In a world where safety is paramount to living, in a time when security is key, doors play an important and inevitable role in protecting families, property, and safeguarding memories. Emilinks knows the essence of good doors, that is why they have made a signature mark in the art of quality door production, going the extra mile to produce doors that not only beautify but secure your homes and preserve those fund memories of life. Life is all about doors both the visible and invincible doors, to every world there is a door to every being there is a door for every home Emilinks has provided a door. opening one of those classic Emilinks door each day is a promise kept.
    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day7

  50. Olushola Olawale

    August 14, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    door serve homeowners contractor and everyone is also a moving structure used to block off and allow free access to an enclosed space or an entrance door is very important it also serve as clear vision security screen that one can look or see through

  51. Adams Adeosun

    August 14, 2016 at 4:05 pm

    As an architect fresh out of the university, I understood that no house is complete without doors. So when I got my first building design and supervision project, I had to do a case study. Of all the houses that I visited at Oke-Afin Estate, an area plagued by armed robbers, on several occasions when robbers came, the only houses they could not rob were those with Emilinks trustworthy doors.

    About a year ago, I supervised the construction of my father’s house. I made the wise choice; I used Emilinks doors all through the house. Coincidentally, on August 8, the day #MyDoorStory contest started, my father called to tell me that they were visited by armed robbers overnight. They banged really hard on the front door but he refused to open it. He was in the house with my mother and brothers and they were all scared.

    While the armed robbers tried to break the door down to no avail, my father called the police. However, the armed robbers left before the police came. Today I did a thanksgiving at church. I thanked God for helping me discover Emilinks. And I decided to use Emilinks in every project I ever undertake because we all deserve to be safe. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day7

  52. Ololade Ruth Oluwatumininu

    August 14, 2016 at 4:09 pm

    Doors, no matter how much you love them, the story changes when you’re stranded without “access” to go beyond it. Well, keys are mostly the “access” to doors and beyond.
    That feeling you have when you just lost your key or when the key was locked up inside the room.
    I was in the reading room of my hall, very hungry but struggling to meet the target of reading a number of pages before taking a break.
    My phone rang, and I heard my bunkie say “I mistakenly jammed the door with the key inside the room” What! That was the only key to the room, I rushed down quickly with the hope that we probably didn’t lock the back door, but what was I thinking, my bunkie wouldn’t have called unless she had checked and the back door was locked too. I forgot about how hungry I was and the pages I wanted to cover.
    I got downstairs and found people at the door trying several keys to open it, but the door wouldn’t bulge. Yet, we could see the key on the table through the window. Eventually we decided to tear the net, remove some louvers and have someone go in through the window.
    I wish we didn’t, we had just finished removing the first louvers which later on got broken, when a neighbor brought a long rod with a nail, I initially didn’t believe it would work, she passed it through the torn net and hooked the key rope with the nail, and gradually brought out the key.
    We shouted for joy, and thanked her and others who came to our rescue.
    Secured doors like emilinks would meet your safety and security needs, which is the second in the Abraham Maslow heirachy of needs. We actually need to feel a sense of safety, don’t u think?
    Well, ensure you are not stranded loosing your “access” to the door and beyond. That’s #mydoorstory #emilinks #day7

  53. Victor Adeyanju

    August 14, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    LESSON LEARNT…

    “To open a door, you have to use a key”. I always fault that saying; I don’t believe in having a key to open any door, at least back then. I used to kick my doors open whenever I can’t find their keys, in most cases because I lost them in school. Sometimes my friends do it for me even without asking them, all in the name of helping ‘their friend in need’.

    The story changed after I moved into a new apartment. No one told me the door is #Emilink. I’ve been staying in one of friend’s place for the past three days, #Emilink won’t let me in without its key, which I have lost like others. No matter how much my ‘helping hand’ friends and I tried, #Emilink won’t let me in, and the landlord is taking forever to come with a spare key…

    With #Emilink, “Only if you have the RIGHT key, you can open the door”.

    Why not get the right door(s) at unbeatable price(s)? Only with #Emilink…

    #Emilink #MydoorStory Day7

  54. Chijoke Onyeke

    August 14, 2016 at 4:23 pm

    The present moment is the only moment available to us, and it is the door to all moments.

  55. Remmy

    August 14, 2016 at 4:29 pm

    The importance of a strong and secured door Can’t be over emphasised, this is a true life story dat happened to one of my nephew in Ibadan, I was staying with them for a while then. The kitchen door has a rat hole in it and we all knew about the hole but we overlooked it thinking it’s nothing, so one day in the middle of the night we heard a loud scream from my nephew bedroom. Note: his bedroom is close to the kitchen, I was awaken from my sweet sleep by the sound of his scream, so we all rushed to his room and guess what happened? He has been bitten by a snake! My mind went straight to the kitchen door that has a hole in it, I pointed out this to his parent that the snake must have entered through the kitchen door. we rushed him to the hospital and thanks to God that the poison was removed, the second day the door was replaced immediately and we searched for the snake and killed it. Every door should be given the same importance, none should be overlooked because *prevention is better than cure* that’s why Emilinks is taking their stand against substandard doors! #Emilinks we love u <3

  56. Chijoke Onyeke

    August 14, 2016 at 4:35 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Day 7 The present moment is the only moment available to us, and it is the door to all momen

  57. Ekpobo Akaninyene

    August 14, 2016 at 4:39 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I was only about 10 years old, but I still remember vividly all that transpired that faithful day, in Woji, Port Harcourt, where I lived with my dad’s eldest brother. It was sunny outside, I just got back from school and was having lunch on the dining table when I heard someone banging the gate. As was a custom then, the youngest person in the house at any particular time was the gate person. We were taught to always ask, ‘who is it’? And to only open the gate after the person on the other side has sufficiently identified his/herself. This was truly an unusual day as I didn’t even wait to hear a reply before opening the gate. Maybe it’s because I had unfinished food on the dining table. It was only after I opened the gate that I realised that I had erred. There were three ruggedly looking, well built guys standing there. I immediately ran back to the house to alert my cousin, and then I hid behind the entrance door. Two of them walked into the house, uncovered their guns for my cousin to see before asking after my uncle and Aunt. Finding out that my uncle or his wife weren’t’t in, they decided they were going to wait for them to return. But first they began searching the whole house. As soon as the third person stepped into the house, I sneaked out of the house, as I opened the gate they noticed someone had gone out and all ran after me. I started screaming “thief thief thief”. They ran after me but could not apprehend me. That was how they got back to where they packed their car in the street and drove off. That was how a door saved us. I keep wondering what would have happened if they had succeeded in waiting for my uncle to return home.

  58. Esther Ola

    August 14, 2016 at 4:48 pm

    Every door has a story. I often think doors are veils to homes, each has a distinct character, speaking volumes of the people living behind the it. Doors can be life changing either positively or negatively. Every door leads to a new phase,doors can be likened to opportunities paving way for blessings and promotions. Every time a door opens, we are welcomed into a totally new environment to learn,strive,grow and make an impact. It’s fun to guess what could possibly be behind a door; emotions, an array of secrets and mysteries. Doors,a pathway to laughter,heartaches, hopes, banter and lots more. #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #bellanaija #Day7

  59. Isioma A. Ogugua

    August 14, 2016 at 4:54 pm

    Day 7

    THE SECRET OF My Secret
    ( IN THE SHRINE)
    (Zappero cries while the native doctor do his incantation)
    Native doctor:(Incantation) Igodo! Igodo!! Igodo!!!, the eyes that sees beyond closed doors, the hand that makes a goat to lay eggs, I greet you. Give answer to your son, (Turns to Zappero) Zappero the immortal, I see blood, how possible is that?

    Zappero: (Lamenting) I went for an attack with my boys, they were all killed, I managed to escape but he(Dagger) shot me on my leg.

    Native doctor: (Surprise) Shooting you is not a new thing, you have been shot many times, but what is new is the blood I see, As long as Igodo (he points at his alter) is in charge, blood shall flow but not your own, except you go against the rules.
    Zappero: (sobs) that is why am confuse, I didn’t break any rule.

    Native doctor: Igodo, is not an author of confusion, you or someone broke a rule, (looks into his calabash) Aha! I told you someone must have tampered with one of the secret …
    Zappero: who was that and what has the person done?
    Native doctor: it is not very clear now, I will heal your wound, then you will go and come back tomorrow, by that time, the answer will be ready. ( makes a concoction, places it on his (Zappero) wound and it heals)

    Zappero: (stands up) the eyes of the gods, I appreciate your works, I feel better and I will see you tomorrow.

    SAME DAY, IN ZAPPERO’S HOUSE
    (Walks to his secret room, where he performs his rituals)

    Zappero: (shouts) Damn! Who did this, who broke into my secret chamber?
    (Voice from behind him)
    Dagger: Here are my (laughs hysterically), so you call this a secret chamber(simpers), a room with a secret must be secured, but what do you have here (points at the door to the secret place), I will advice you to be more security conscious, use the right door like Emilinks premium doors and men like me cannot break in to break men like you(taps Zappero at his back), so in your next world, seeks for Emilinks premium doors( laughs hysterically, shoots him(Zappero) and walks out).
    Zappero: (gasp for breath) Emi…..links (gives up the ghost)

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  60. Omo

    August 14, 2016 at 5:04 pm

    Being an educational consultant, I provide professional advice to schools and school management on what to do to give quality educational services to students and the parents who love them. Working with a school now and with several cases of kidnap of school children I needed to talk with management on security of lives and properties… standing on the podium I told them of the several incidences of child kidnap and how they should avoid this by installing Emilinks doors. One of the senior personnel asked me, “how is Emilinks door different from the others doors?” This question almost threw me off balance but I responded based on what I know about Emilinks door. My response was; “Emilinks doors are different because they are:
    E=Exquisite (Beautiful and attractive)
    M=Multi-designed (Differently designed aesthetically)
    I=Inviting (Students and parents feel welcome)
    L=Low Cost (Highly affordable and presently sold at discounted rate)
    I=Intimidating (Frightens and threatens intruders)
    N=New All The Time (Both at purchase and many years after use)
    K=Kingly Different (Setting the pace among doors)
    S=Safely Secured (Fortified and protected)
    I rounded up by telling them that there are two type of doors at the moment, Emilinks doors and other doors. The rousing applause was encouraging as the school will be installing Emilinks doors before resumption from summer break. Thanks to EmilinksNG #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

  61. michael

    August 14, 2016 at 5:04 pm

    @bellanaija #Emilinks #Day 7. Go for Emilinks. Go for trust. “A fool at 40 is a fool forever” i thought mine should never get to 40 that was why i told my parents am moving out after my youth service.so i rented a room to begin with. it was a smart move on my part even tho the room needed some patching up i wasnt fazed;anything aside my parent house and besides its affordable The house held many blessings as i immediately got a job. lots of my friends congratulated me. i was happy as the pay helped me in furnishing my house. my friends will come around weekends and i will make them feel welcome there is this particular friend of mine that always looked moody and sad when ever he comes around. i always tried my best to cheer him up and even give him cash as he is still searching for job yet my effort was fruitless one day, i left home for work . i was inside the bus when i remembered i had forgotten my credit card at home. i rushed down and turned back heading home. what i saw came as a surprise. i saw my friend entering into my apartment. then i remember oh!!! i had told him the door is bad i even told him the trick i was using to patch it up. i was baffled and curios. why was my friend here by this time. i was walking to the door when a crashing sound stopped me in track. i peeped from my window and behold my friend was smashing my property he had broken my tv my mirror. my dvd. water closet. He was cutting my clothes into pieces when i slowly took out my phone and took pictures of him vandalizing my property which i later used as evidence against him. #Never trust a friend and a bad door# i sought for a door that can be trusted and found Emilinks. #my doorstory

  62. Didi

    August 14, 2016 at 5:05 pm

    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory#[email protected] Online

    When the new academic session had began, Sisi being a fresher had also resumed along with the returning students and she was very happy to meet with her new friends and the environment was conducive too.
    A week after her resumption, she had put up a call across to her mummy, telling her about her missing notebooks, pens, pencils and textbooks which were being stolen by unknown people over the night. Her mother was worried and asked if it were only her property, which she had said No, that even the class prefect, assistant class prefect and other students were also victim of the circumstance. Her mother had told her to complain to the school authority if such issue still persists and that was what the class prefect did, which was responded by holding a General Meeting.
    At the General Meeting, a parent had suggested that the management put in a well-constructed door in all the classrooms which had these issues, since the former could not be lock properly and thus leading to insecurity. This was supported with many hands. Another parent had also suggested that Emilinks door could be the best as it lasted longer and safer, this idea was also supported.
    As suggested, a week later, the Principal had ordered for an Emilink door, which was put in all the classes that had issues. During visiting day, Sisi had told her mother happily how safe her books were, and that students could now read over the night in class without being scared because the new door were safer and more secured.

    Our Door makes us feel secured and comfortable
    Our Door makes us feel safe
    Our Door protects us
    And even when we travel out during the weekends, we still return to find our valuable things as we left them.

    #Get a Door that is Reliable#
    #Emilink door is one, 100% Reliable, 100% Safe#

  63. Drgbaks

    August 14, 2016 at 5:06 pm

    “Behold, I stand at the door and knock: if any man hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to him.” Sometimes, a door is much more than an opening into a building, it could be an opening into one’s soul. Open the door today. #mydoorstory #emilinks #day7

  64. Drgbaks

    August 14, 2016 at 5:12 pm

    “Behold, I stand at the door and knock: if any man hear my voice and open the door, I will come in to him.” Sometimes, a door is much more than an opening into a building, it could be an opening into one’s soul. Why not open that door today? #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

  65. igweze tonia qeency

    August 14, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day7 I so much love the door in my home, it has

    save me from unwanted visitor,

    the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is

    going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to

    the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open

    the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or

    she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one

    day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall

    down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I

    known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall

    down from my hand when am about to pick his call.

    Lastly the door in my house have made me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the

    door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready

    waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me and i have find out that the

    door is not properly fix,
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home to seal out

    Weather, insects and dirty it is important to properly size your door. When you see

    daylight under your door that’s means the door is not the right size and needs to replace

    or repaired.
    thank GOD that i find #Emilinks door that has wide range of quality doors and windows from

    top brands to fit my requirements.

  66. Samuel

    August 14, 2016 at 5:26 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7

    Good doors is the major thing that makes a house looks very attractive.

    In the world today quality doors is what people consider first when letting a new apartment because it serves as security, there is a house next to my own house it has being there for so many years nobody wants to let it because of it’s low quality doors.

    One day i met the owner of that house advise him to change all the doors to Emilinks quality doors and did as i told him, after he changed he changed all the doors to Emilinks doors people letted all the rooms within a month.

    The man later came and thank me with many gifts and i accepted it with a smile on my face, #Emilinks quality doors leads while other branks follow.

  67. Ikeoluwa

    August 14, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    The Race
    My heart was pounding..I was running very fast.No I can’t let them
    Catch me so I acclerated crossing the street, I just need to get home
    I’ll be safe..behind my door.
    In two minutes I was home I rushed in, banged the door and fastened
    the bolt.
    Their father!…let me see which of them can break in past my door
    ..just then incessant knocking on the door woke me from my dream, alas it was just
    a dream, I strode leisurely to my door as I called out..”Relax, dont break
    my door, you can’t even if you try”…my door, my confidence.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 7

  68. CHARITY CHINYERE KALU

    August 14, 2016 at 6:23 pm

    The door can
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    of the rest of the neighborhood, or to
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    point, it will be one of the first things
    that prospective buyers see when
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  69. igweze tonia qeency

    August 14, 2016 at 6:49 pm

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day7 I so much love the door in my home, it has

    save me from unwanted visitor,

    the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is

    going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to

    the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open

    the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or

    she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one

    day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall

    down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I

    known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall

    down from my hand when am about to pick his call.

    Lastly the door in my house have made me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the

    door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready

    waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me and i have find out that the

    door is not properly fix,
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home to seal out

    Weather, insects and dirty it is important to properly size your door. When you see

    daylight under your door that’s means the door is not the right size and needs to replace

    or repaired.
    thank GOD that i find #Emilinks door that has wide range of quality doors and windows from

    top brands to fit my requirements.

  70. igweze tonia qeency

    August 14, 2016 at 6:54 pm

    Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day7 I so much love the door in my home, it has
    save me from unwanted visitor,
    the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall
    down from my hand when am about to pick his call.

    Lastly the door in my house have made me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me and i have find out that the
    door is not properly fix,
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home to seal out Weather, insects and dirty it is important to properly size your door. When you see
    daylight under your door that’s means the door is not the right size and needs to replace or repaired.
    Thank GOD that i find #Emilinks door that has wide range of quality doors and windows from
    top brands to fit my requirements.

  71. Joel

    August 14, 2016 at 6:58 pm

    #day7
    My WOODEN DOOR
    my wooden door,is surprisingly without creaks

    with my wooden door,my secret never leaks

    Smooth as the tender face of a baby

    I still get undying love from you,when all the world seems to hate me

    Behind my wooden door,lies me and my pains concealed

    with my wooden door,all of my joy gets revealed

    When dusk sets,crowning the hour an evening

    My wooden door is with me,through all hours never to leave me

    Exposed am I,to a world of pains outside my wooden door

    Running back to its protection : missed you have I,oh my dear wooden door

    Without wings,yet my wooden door elevates my feeling of safety and warmth

    What is my world without you, my glamorous wooden door

    Kicked and slammed,yet it never leaves

    Feeling of anger,pain and loneliness my wooden door like a filter sieves

    When men of the underworld strike at night

    My wooden door becomes my guardian angel,erasing all of my fright

    Fading becomes my countenance of anger,when my wooden door closes me from the world

    All of my secrets,you know my dear wooden door

    When asked to present what I trust the most,my wooden door is the only thing I call for

    Emilinks makers of my wooden door thank you for this gift

    Thank you for this companion that never deserts me,always conceals and protects me

    Come share in the joy derived from my wooden door

    order yours now only gotten from emilinks,the makers of my lovely wooden door

    #mydoorstory. #emilinks

  72. Chinedu

    August 14, 2016 at 7:07 pm

    Day 7

    MY BOSS’ OFFICE DOOR
    Our staff had consistently complained about the poor quality of the doors installed in our office complex. My Boss’ door in particular always gave me a tough time opening it every morning. I had complained to him severally about the need to change to EMILINK doors; He always nodded his head in agreement, but like the stingy ‘aka gum’ He is, He never considered it a priority.
    On this faithful day, He shut himself inside the office, instructing that no one should disturb Him (because He was working to meet a deadline). I and the secretary had to go downstairs to the conference room for an important meeting that demanded our phones being silent.
    About an hour later, I rushed back upstairs to pick up a file I had forgotten because it was demanded for in the meeting. Reaching for my cabinet, I heard my boss banging the door – “…who the hell is out there!?” He screamed. I quickly rushed to the door and battled with it for about a minute before it opened. My Boss pushed me out of the way and raced to the toilet. After easing Himself, He came out sweating profusely. “Jude, raise an expense for this doors now”, He gently said. “Yes Sir”, I replied. Looking down at His trouser, I could see some drops of the pee. He had been so pressed that the pee dropped… He got back into His office gently preventing me from shutting the door with his hand. I moved back, chuckling softly… good for Him I thought… Next time He won’t underestimate the importance of good quality doors.

    #Emilinks #MyDoor Story #Day7

  73. Angel

    August 14, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    I got a surprise call from my father this morning; my pikin you would have heard am dead this morning;
    Me: God forbid, papa you will not die, hope you are not sick?
    Father: No! my pikin. I went to visit your uncle in Abuja yesterday but at night there was serious war.
    Me: war?
    Father: Yes my pikin. Owners of night (Armed-Rubbers) came knocking by exactly 1A.M…Open this door or we break it down! And the shout continues, followed with a bang on the door. I was shivering like a baby and ran to my brothers room hoping to meet them hiding inside toilet. To my greatest surprise, he was relaxed with his wife and asked me to go back to my room. I asked are you not scared of those rubbers outside, bcos they will surely kill us if they enter inside this house and my brother replied, breaking through that door is MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and I asked, how do you mean? He said my door is highly fortified.
    All of a sudden the rubbers threatened to burn down the door to have their way in. I looked at my brother, he said again MISSION IMPOSSIBLE! I was confused and asked what gave him the confidence, he smiled and said “EMILINKS”. Who is EmiLinks if I may ask? Before he could reply, I peeped through the window and the rubbers was pouring fuel on the door to burn down the house, I fainted and woke up to realize that the rubbers has left. I asked my brother what happened? And he said, EmiLinks Doors is Intumescent fire strip & smoke seals, so can’t be burnt.
    Me: Yes! Daddy, with EmiLinks Doors you are secured from burglars, fire up to 2 Hours Heavy Fire Outbreak-Resistance
    & many more…. its delivered with so much Dependability, Reliability and Style you expect only from Emilinks – The No. 1 Door Brand in Nigeria! #EmiLinksNG #MyDoorStory #Day7

  74. Amy

    August 14, 2016 at 7:11 pm

    Last year when I went visiting my brother who works in a bank at festac in Lagos ,suddenly we started hearing a gun shoot ,little did we know that robbers have invaded the bank and began shooting ,I started saying my last prayer but as God may have it my brother been the branch manager taped me and said follow me ,I started shivering we now a entered the strong room and look it from inside ,the robbers continued shooting till he send a distress call to police who answered promptly arrived and salvage the situation,thanks Godness am alive to tell the story #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #day7

  75. Angel

    August 14, 2016 at 7:12 pm

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

  76. Chizzy

    August 14, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    Day 7
    This is a true life story.
    So years back when I was still a kid, can’t remember how old I was then but I guess I was either rounding up my nursery 3 or primary 1. Can’t remember the class.
    We were just two kids, I and my elder sis, altogether four if counting dad and mum.
    My father was a business man, full time, you know what it means countless number of journeys. Sometimes I wouldn’t see my dad for some days but we were in the same house thanks to different schedules. My mum.. Ahhh very strong and supporting wife. Whenever we asked for our dad, she bribed us with goodies to drop the matter. Now the main gist, it happened to be where we lived as of then had very few people living in that area, it was just opening up. It was a peaceful environment, so we thought until the day my dad was trailed back home and we were attacked. Those days when doors were not as strong as doors of these days. It was an easy operation for them. Then my mum and dad looked like newly wedded couples, if you aren’t close to them, you wouldn’t know they had two kids already.
    Back to the story, my mum locked us in the store and hid the kid and told us to pray to God. For where, we wanted to cry. She said she will be back for us. The robbers had their entry thanks to the door, next thing we heard a sound like a Plank on someone’s head. Ahhh the cry intensified, my sis was closing my mouth, I almost bit her. After a while an uncle staying with us then opened the door, we rushed out, mum was crying, dad was bleeding, he was rushed to the hospital, he survived.
    Almost after fifteen years, new set of robbers came to attack, I and my sis were in school so we didn’t witness it. Trust mum to fill us in. She said robbers came to strike,they attacked our neighbors and getting to our house, they succeeded in damaging the burglary proof but they couldn’t break down the door. I was like how, she told me that the door was really strong. I thought it was a foreign door, she said Emilinks door. I asked if it was foreign, she said no. I was like when did Nigerians start producing strong doors, she laughed and said she doesn’t know, that my dad on one of his business trips months back overheard some men talking about it and decided to give it a try.. By the way, dad has been changing doors due to the incident that happened years back, any door, he feels is strong, he buys.
    I was really impressed that finally a Nigerian door can keep its citizens safe.
    Thanks Emilinks NG for really protecting my family, I don’t know what my story could have been today if they hadn’t used an Emilinks door.
    Please Nigerians let’s do well to patronize our own. Also as I read before writing this, one of the winners said something about 50% discount on all purchases. That’s really huge. Let’s make haste while the sun still shines. If it’s about the price, think about your life also is it worth risking to the dangers ahead? Thank you!
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  77. Remmy

    August 14, 2016 at 7:20 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #BellaNaija The importance of a strong and secured door Can’t be over emphasised, this is a true life story dat happened to one of my nephew in Ibadan, I was staying with them for a while then. The kitchen door has a rat hole in it and we all knew about the hole but we overlooked it thinking it’s nothing, so one day in the middle of the night we heard a loud scream from my nephew bedroom. Note: his bedroom is close to the kitchen, I was awaken from my sweet sleep by the sound of his scream, so we all rushed to his room and guess what happened? He has been bitten by a snake! My mind went straight to the kitchen door that has a hole in it, I pointed out this to his parent that the snake must have entered through the kitchen door. we rushed him to the hospital and thanks to God that the poison was removed, the second day the door was replaced immediately and we searched for the snake and killed it. Every door should be given the same importance, none should be overlooked because *prevention is better than cure* that’s why Emilinks is taking their stand against substandard doors! #Emilinks we love u <3

    • Remmy

      August 14, 2016 at 10:01 pm

      Day 7. I omitted that.

  78. Angel

    August 14, 2016 at 7:27 pm

    I got a surprise call from my father this morning; my pikin you would have heard am dead this morning;
    Me: God forbid, papa you will not die, hope you are not sick?
    Father: No! my pikin. I went to visit your uncle in Abuja yesterday but at night there was serious war.
    Me: war?
    Father: Yes my pikin. Owners of night (Armed-Rubbers) came knocking by exactly 1A.M…Open this door or we break it down! And the shout continues, followed with a bang on the door. I was shivering like a baby and ran to my brothers room hoping to meet them hiding inside toilet. To my greatest surprise, he was relaxed with his wife and asked me to go back to my room. I asked are you not scared of those rubbers outside, bcos they will surely kill us if they enter inside this house and my brother replied, breaking through that door is MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and I asked, how do you mean? He said my door is highly fortified.
    All of a sudden the rubbers threatened to burn down the door to have their way in. I looked at my brother, he said again MISSION IMPOSSIBLE! I was confused and asked what gave him the confidence, he smiled and said “EMILINKS”. Who is EmiLinks if I may ask? Before he could reply, I peeped through the window and the rubbers was pouring fuel on the door to burn down the house, I fainted and woke up to realize that the rubbers has left. I asked my brother what happened? And he said, EmiLinks Doors is Intumescent fire strip & smoke seals, so can’t be burnt.
    Me: Yes! Daddy, with EmiLinks Doors you are secured from burglars, fire up to 2 Hours Heavy Fire Outbreak-Resistance
    & many more…. its delivered with so much Dependability, Reliability and Style you expect only from Emilinks – The No. 1 Door Brand in Nigeria! #EmiLinksNG #MyDoorStory #Day7

  79. valentineboy

    August 14, 2016 at 7:29 pm

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #day7

    i never knew the value/important of doors in an office until i messed up during my first job interview after my graduation.
    We were four in number that went for the interview,when it get to my turn,i rushed inside the interviewer’s office without even knocking on the door,not only that,the way i pushed the door interrupted the man and he quickly trow me a question i never expected,”young man are you sure you are a graduate?”and i was like “sir i graduated from university of Benin with second class upper……….” after everything when i want to leave i forgot to the close office door i opened.
    Later on the other three where fully employed ,i later found out that the interviewer complained about my attitude towards open the door without knocking and forgot to close it when i was leaving.
    I never knew doors were more than a wooden structure.
    I have learnt to value doors because it goes a long way in every company.
    I hope my experience will teach each and everyone a good lesson.

  80. Chizzy

    August 14, 2016 at 7:37 pm

    Please Bella naija. I posted here about 20 minutes ago and I can’t find it under the comments. It showed awaiting comment moderation. I hope it gets through

  81. Angel

    August 14, 2016 at 8:01 pm

    I got a surprise call from my father this morning; my pikin you would have heard am dead this morning;
    Me: God forbid, papa you will not die, hope you are not sick?
    Father: No! my pikin. I went to visit your uncle in Abuja yesterday but at night there was serious war.
    Me: war?
    Father: Yes my pikin. Owners of night (Armed-Rubbers) came knocking by exactly 1A.M…Open this door or we break it down! And the shout continues, followed with a bang on the door. I was shivering like a baby and ran to my brothers room hoping to meet them hiding inside toilet. To my greatest surprise, he was relaxed with his wife and asked me to go back to my room. I asked are you not scared of those rubbers outside, bcos they will surely kill us if they enter inside this house and my brother replied, breaking through that door is MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and I asked, how do you mean? He said my door is highly fortified.
    All of a sudden the rubbers threatened to burn down the door to have their way in. I looked at my brother, he said again MISSION IMPOSSIBLE! I was confused and asked what gave him the confidence, he smiled and said “EMILINKS”. Who is EmiLinks if I may ask? Before he could reply, I peeped through the window and the rubbers was pouring fuel on the door to burn down the house, I fainted and woke up to realize that the rubbers has left. I asked my brother what happened? And he said, EmiLinks Doors is Intumescent fire strip & smoke seals, so can’t be burnt.
    Me: Yes! Daddy, with EmiLinks Doors you are secured from burglars, fire up to 2 Hours Heavy Fire Outbreak-Resistance
    & many more…. its delivered with so much Dependability, Reliability and Style you expect only from Emilinks – The No. 1 Door Brand in Nigeria! #EmiLinksNG #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

  82. Angel

    August 14, 2016 at 8:04 pm

    Day 7. I got a surprise call from my father this morning; my pikin you would have heard am dead this morning;
    Me: God forbid, papa you will not die, hope you are not sick?
    Father: No! my pikin. I went to visit your uncle in Abuja yesterday but at night there was serious war.
    Me: war?
    Father: Yes my pikin. Owners of night (Armed-Rubbers) came knocking by exactly 1A.M…Open this door or we break it down! And the shout continues, followed with a bang on the door. I was shivering like a baby and ran to my brothers room hoping to meet them hiding inside toilet. To my greatest surprise, he was relaxed with his wife and asked me to go back to my room. I asked are you not scared of those rubbers outside, bcos they will surely kill us if they enter inside this house and my brother replied, breaking through that door is MISSION IMPOSSIBLE and I asked, how do you mean? He said my door is highly fortified.
    All of a sudden the rubbers threatened to burn down the door to have their way in. I looked at my brother, he said again MISSION IMPOSSIBLE! I was confused and asked what gave him the confidence, he smiled and said “EMILINKS”. Who is EmiLinks if I may ask? Before he could reply, I peeped through the window and the rubbers was pouring fuel on the door to burn down the house, I fainted and woke up to realize that the rubbers has left. I asked my brother what happened? And he said, EmiLinks Doors is Intumescent fire strip & smoke seals, so can’t be burnt.
    Me: Yes! Daddy, with EmiLinks Doors you are secured from burglars, fire up to 2 Hours Heavy Fire Outbreak-Resistance
    & many more…. its delivered with so much Dependability, Reliability and Style you expect only from Emilinks – The No. 1 Door Brand in Nigeria! #EmiLinksNG #MyDoorStory #Day7

  83. Chinasa

    August 14, 2016 at 8:05 pm

    Wow

  84. Jude

    August 14, 2016 at 8:27 pm

    DAY 7
    My elder brother had just came home from school. He was a 400level student at the NDA (kaduna). I was so fond of his soldier stories and day dreamed to become a soldier like him. On this faithful evening I wore His camouflage jacket and stepped out on my way to hang out with my friends. He was discussing with our Mum when He saw me approaching our door. He warned me not to wear his jacket outside but I refused, replying in my swag – “Bros chill, nothing de happen”. I walked out feeling on top of the world.

    That evening I and my friends ended up at a party and were having so much fun. I had just finished my second bottle of beer and felt pressed when I stepped outside to pee at the fence. Just as I was buckling my trousers, someone flashed a very bright torchlight at me. Feeling angry, I yelled at Him – “guy you de mad? Why you go de shine me torch?” When He drew closer I sensed He was a military man because He seemed not to have a single hair on his face. Remembering I was putting on a camouflaged jacket, I quickly took to my heels. Looking back, three soldiers were running after me. I ran so fast that Usain Bolt could have crowned me king Himself – my heels almost touched my head from behind. Unfortunately, they did not stop. It was obvious they were determined to chase me into my Mother’s womb. I ran into our seating room and shut the door. My brother was nowhere visible. In less than a minute they were banging the door heavily. “Open this door before we pull it down!”, one of the soldiers said. My heart raced to the heavens. I was fidgeting like a chicken that was poured cold water. As they continued banging and trying to force the door open, I heard my brother’s heavy voice – “ Hei! What is the matter? Who are you all looking for?”. I peeped through the window and saw Him coming towards them. One of the soldiers obviously recognized Him and saluted. The others quickly followed suit. The first soldier said, standing at tension – “We are sorry Sir! We never knew this was your abode”. “At ease! I saw you all chasing the lad. He is my kid brother”. They all apologized and walked away. My brother then knocked and I opened the door. He looked at me and shaked his head “I for allow them beat demon comot for your ear as you no de gree hear word”. I kept quiet with my face to the ground. Well, they would have gotten to me before He arrived, thanks for the renovation that made us change the door to an Emilinks door. Na God save me, no be small…
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 7

  85. ISAH SAMAILA

    August 14, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    DAY 7–MY DREAM IS EMILINKS
    It is a common belief that a good door closed is a guard against thieves or insecurity. It was in the eyes of the night, the breeze were singing their songs of solace to the weary mind, the moon was smiling at nature, while the stars were sparkling white in the milky way. I heard the sound of an unwelcome visitor trying to force my door open, as the man of the house I took hold of my twin children Amina and Auwal being a single dad with the dead of their mum.
    I quickly hid them behind the secret Emilinks door of my bedroom. I bid them farewell incase if things went sour, thinking the gentlemen of the highway are back to take what they cherish more than I do. I creep and lurk behind the door to my parlour, shivering to my marrow being engulf by fear, haven said my final prayers I peep through my emilinks door view and to my dismay there was nobody outside as I presume, full of disbelief I summon my last courage and open the door and behold I was Just dreaming.
    I woke up and headed to my door and found out that the wind was actually pulling up my neighbourhood properties and banging their substandard doors, I simply smiled and went back into the house because my Emilinks door is strong enough to stand against all odds.
    So do you want a good, original and standard door that guarantees safety and class, go for Emilinks door. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  86. emeka udeh

    August 14, 2016 at 9:17 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day7

    I so much love standing at the door or sit closer to the door any where I go in order to be the first to walk away after lecture or any thing I attend because of that I Joined user work in my church in order to stand closer to the door to receive fresh air and to welcome any body that come through the door, i have have many experience about door.

    one day i was at home laying down closer to the door during the ham mater and all of a sudden my brother went to scared me and on the process he don’t know that am at the door and immediately he rush into the house i use the EMILINKS door and kick him out of the house because he want to take me on aware and he don’t know that am on security conscious all the time.

    my second encounter about door is, one day i was sitting out side our compound with my friend we were receiving fresh freeze and my people were inside so as me and my friend was discussing a guy entered our compound and surround me and my friend with gun he ask my friend to close her mouth and walk, he tell her to go strength inside her house quietly that she is not the one he is looking for that he is looking for me.

    so he point the gun on me and ask me to get up lets go inside my house so as we are going inside my house i first open the EMILINKS DOOR in my house and enter so immediately he put his head closer to the door i kick him out with the EMILINK DOOR i hit him out and i was together shouting my elder brother name brother ! brother!! brother !!! immediately my brother rush out with big machete on his hand we pursue the thief but we could not see him the only thing we see is blood that means the emilinks door really give him wound,

    immediately our neighbor started coming out and i explain as it happen, the girl i was setting out side with before faint as she got into her house she could not explain any thing to her family because that was her first time of experiencing some one pointing gun on her and her family come out to known what excetly what has happened to there daughter when they hear the story they were all surprise because every thing happened at twinkle of eye(sudden).
    i really give GOD all the glory for saving my life if not that EMILINK STRONG DOOR i wonder where i could be friends help me and thank GOD AND EMILINK since then i minimize the way i sit out side

  87. emeka udeh

    August 14, 2016 at 9:17 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day7

    I so much love standing at the door or sit closer to the door any where I go in order to be the first to walk away after lecture or any thing I attend because of that I Joined user work in my church in order to stand closer to the door to receive fresh air and to welcome any body that come through the door, i have have many experience about door.

    one day i was at home laying down closer to the door during the ham mater and all of a sudden my brother went to scared me and on the process he don’t know that am at the door and immediately he rush into the house i use the EMILINKS door and kick him out of the house because he want to take me on aware and he don’t know that am on security conscious all the time.

    my second encounter about door is, one day i was sitting out side our compound with my friend we were receiving fresh freeze and my people were inside so as me and my friend was discussing a guy entered our compound and surround me and my friend with gun he ask my friend to close her mouth and walk, he tell her to go strength inside her house quietly that she is not the one he is looking for that he is looking for me.

    so he point the gun on me and ask me to get up lets go inside my house so as we are going inside my house i first open the EMILINKS DOOR in my house and enter so immediately he put his head closer to the door i kick him out with the EMILINK DOOR i hit him out and i was together shouting my elder brother name brother ! brother!! brother !!! immediately my brother rush out with big machete on his hand we pursue the thief but we could not see him the only thing we see is blood that means the emilinks door really give him wound,

    immediately our neighbor started coming out and i explain as it happen, the girl i was setting out side with before faint as she got into her house she could not explain any thing to her family because that was her first time of experiencing some one pointing gun on her and her family come out to known what excetly what has happened to there daughter when they hear the story they were all surprise because every thing happened at twinkle of eye(sudden).
    i really give GOD all the glory for saving my life if not that EMILINK STRONG DOOR i wonder where i could be friends help me and thank GOD AND EMILINK since then i minimize the way i sit out side

  88. Lilian Nne

    August 14, 2016 at 9:59 pm

    ‪#‎MyDoorStory‬ I have never believed that door has ear until now. Are you wondering how ppssible it is? It goes like this. Everyday i woke up and you know the first thing i must do, talk to God of course and after that, i will talk to my door. I happened to be one of JAMB’s regular costumers. I failed JAMB for five consecutive years. Do you think i don’t pray to God back then? I do but unknown to me that the key is in my room which is the door. When I registered for the 6th and the last JAMB, I vowed never to sit for it again. On the very day I wrote my last JAMB exam, I went to the door in my room and talked to it. “When a door is locked, it is to protect and prevent bad things from getting into a house. But the door to my success is locked and it doesn’t supposed to be. As I open you (the door in my room), so shall my door of success be opened, and as I close you behind, so shall my success door be closed to prevail the badlucks from reaching me. Amen. That’s how I started exceeding in everything I do. ‪#‎Emilinks‬ ‪#‎Day‬ 4. Door really serves as my key to success. The door allows in fresh air when the need arrives and it prevents harmful air from getting into the house. When you open the door of your heart, you will receive good things but at the same time, be wise enough to know when the negative ones like envy, hatred, greediness, spirit of deception, etc are about to get into your heart so that the door of your heart will serve one of its purposes. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  89. noblekenson

    August 14, 2016 at 10:14 pm

    Day 7- #emilinks #mydoorstory
    Every door has a story of its own
    Just as In the Bible Moses was commanded this:’… write them on the door frames of your house and on your gates.”‘ this statement here stands to let us know that door also is a symbol of identification. People can be identified by the nature of their doors and for you to be among those who would be safe from any form of misfortune I recommend you go for EMILINKS DOORS. Yes emilinks doors at durable and also long lasting.
    Why would you go for lesser doors all in the name of saving money and end losing more…?
    Why not switch to emilinks doors and enjoy up to 50% discount?
    So my people please use emilinks doors today :’FOR WHEN THE ARMED ROBBER SEES THE BRAND NAME TGEY WOULD PASS YOUR DOORSTEP ☺ #MYSDOORSTORY #DAY7

  90. Helen

    August 14, 2016 at 10:18 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

    My door story begins and ends with Emilinks.

    Facts About Emilinks Doors:
    1) All Emilinks Doors are manufactured with consideration to the Nigerian external environment and weather conditions.
    2)Emilinks doors are strong and sturdy to withstand any challenge.
    3)Emilinks doors are durable, built to last ad standing the test of time.
    4) Emilinks Doors are very pocket friendly. You get added value for your money.
    5) Emilinks doors are elegant and made to create lasting impressions.

    Doors you can get from Emilinks are:
    -Fire proof doors
    -Internal doors
    -Security doors
    -Historic doors
    -Wooden doors

    Hurry now, your choice is definitely there!
    #Emilinks #Bellanaija #MyDoorStory #Day7.

  91. Ivie

    August 14, 2016 at 10:20 pm

    #Emilinks #bellanaija
    Before I moved to my new house, I was living in a 2 bedroom apartment which I shared with my friend.The house was a good one but one thing I disliked about it was the bathroom door. I dreaded going to bathe there because of the bad smell and look that was caused by water splashing on it. No matter how we scrubbed it, it never looked clean. We were also careful while opening the door so that the screws will not fall off from the door hinge. I have complained to the landlord on several occasions but he refused.
    I was very happy when my rent expired and then I decided to look for a new place. This time around I looked before I Leaped. My check list for my new apartment were:
    Front door =Emilinks,
    inner doors=Emilinks,
    bathroom door =Emilinks ,
    kitchen door =Emilinks,
    back door =Emilinks,
    wardrobe door =Emilinks
    Toilet door =Emilinks.
    Now I have peace of mind.
    Mydoorstory

  92. Ekperechukwu Chigozie

    August 14, 2016 at 10:26 pm

    The face we make when opening our door in the morning could determine how our day would be. Every morning when opening your door, try and wear a nice smile on your face, just as i have done. It brings a lot of goodies.
    # Emilinks # MyDoorStory #Day 7

  93. rejoice okechukwu

    August 14, 2016 at 11:58 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7

    I truly believe that everything that we do and everyone that we meet is put in our path for a purpose. There are no accidents; we’re all teachers – if we’re willing to pay attention to the lessons we learn, trust our positive instincts and not be afraid to take risks or wait for some miracle to come knocking at our door,
    when we Don’t spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door.Opportunity does not knock, it presents itself when you beat down the door.

    when you have the desire to succeed,the will to win,the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.

    When I come home, my daughter will run to the door and give me a big hug, and everything that’s happened that day just melts away.

    I have become my own version of an optimist. If I can’t make it through one door, I’ll go through another door – or I’ll make a door. Something terrific will come no matter how dark the present.

    Don’t let people disrespect you. My mom use to says don’t open the door to the devil. Surround yourself with positive people.

    Sometimes I feel an obligation to be accessible as a personality, but for me the driving force since the beginning has always been good work, taking risks, trying new things. If the door opens, go through it. Always go forwards.

    lastly In oneself lies the whole world and if you know how to look and learn, the door is there and the key is in your hand. Nobody on earth can give you either the key or the door to open, except yourself.
    Above all Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom.

  94. vincent okechukwu rejoice

    August 14, 2016 at 11:58 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7

    I truly believe that everything that we do and everyone that we meet is put in our path for a purpose. There are no accidents; we’re all teachers – if we’re willing to pay attention to the lessons we learn, trust our positive instincts and not be afraid to take risks or wait for some miracle to come knocking at our door,
    when we Don’t spend time beating on a wall, hoping to transform it into a door.Opportunity does not knock, it presents itself when you beat down the door.

    when you have the desire to succeed,the will to win,the urge to reach your full potential… these are the keys that will unlock the door to personal excellence.

    When I come home, my daughter will run to the door and give me a big hug, and everything that’s happened that day just melts away.

    I have become my own version of an optimist. If I can’t make it through one door, I’ll go through another door – or I’ll make a door. Something terrific will come no matter how dark the present.

    Don’t let people disrespect you. My mom use to says don’t open the door to the devil. Surround yourself with positive people.

    Sometimes I feel an obligation to be accessible as a personality, but for me the driving force since the beginning has always been good work, taking risks, trying new things. If the door opens, go through it. Always go forwards.

    lastly In oneself lies the whole world and if you know how to look and learn, the door is there and the key is in your hand. Nobody on earth can give you either the key or the door to open, except yourself.
    Above all Education is the key to unlock the golden door of freedom

  95. dibor gloria

    August 15, 2016 at 12:03 am

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #DAY7

    Opening a door towards you puts you at a disadvantage if you have some pushy person from the other side coming towards you who doesn’t wait his/her turn.

    Most people when going through a doorway won’t think much of this unless it happens to them but in principle, the person who opens the door should have right of way since pushing or pulling, turning the door handle. means you are at the door first.

    One day in work,my friend Alan went up to a door, turned the handle down and pulled the door towards him but was met by someone who blocked his path. Since the door Alan was opening opened towards him, the person on the other side of the door who did not make any attempt to open the door took advantage of getting into the doorway before Alan could but Alan wasn’t going to let this person take advantage of him and continued walking since opening the door he had right of way, so they collided.

    Alan was accused of obstructing the other worker when the other worker obstructed Alan by pushing in. Now Alan has started ‘snaking’ in when he opens a door towards him to ensure his right of way is honoured but has been told off by his boss for doing this.

    He argued “I am not going to let people push their way in front of me because the door opens away from them when I open the door to enter the buildings. If I open the door I will make sure I get through first as I have right of way and therefore start to go through when there is sufficient space before the other person does.

    “Since all doors in the workplace have handles I will hold onto the handle as I snake through so that I have something to hold onto to give me better leverage if the person from the other side tries to push in. Too many of them are cyclists with hands full expecting others to hold the doors open for them and just barge in at the easiest convenience.

    “I know cyclists don’t respect the law on the roads by going through red lights and purposely cycling two abreast on country lanes to hold motorists up, so I am not going to let these wimps push in when I am in front. They should wait their turn like everyone else, not demand priority over others.

    “I hate these cyclists as they are the biggest lawbreakers on the road and need to be taught a lesson.

    “As I open the door towards me I can get into the minimal gap before the person from the other side can so I am at an advantage here which is morally correct since it is my right of way. Doing what others do gives the advantage to the opportunist wrongdoer”.

    Those on the other side know someone is coming towards them because they didn’t open the door, but that person doesn’t necessarily know they are there. He has right of way and if he walks into them, they already had a warning he was coming and therefore are to blame twofold – for doing it and knowing someone was coming towards them with priority over them”.

    Opening the door towards you and waiting for the door to open fully gives advantage to the other side whereas it gives advantage to you when minimal space is required. So it is recommended to snake through these doors like Alan to stop those from the other side pushing in if you open a door towards you.

  96. dibor gloria

    August 15, 2016 at 12:04 am

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #DAY7

    Opening a door towards you puts you at a disadvantage if you have some pushy person from the other side coming towards you who doesn’t wait his/her turn.

    Most people when going through a doorway won’t think much of this unless it happens to them but in principle, the person who opens the door should have right of way since pushing or pulling, turning the door handle. means you are at the door first.

    One day in work,my friend Alan went up to a door, turned the handle down and pulled the door towards him but was met by someone who blocked his path. Since the door Alan was opening opened towards him, the person on the other side of the door who did not make any attempt to open the door took advantage of getting into the doorway before Alan could but Alan wasn’t going to let this person take advantage of him and continued walking since opening the door he had right of way, so they collided.

    Alan was accused of obstructing the other worker when the other worker obstructed Alan by pushing in. Now Alan has started ‘snaking’ in when he opens a door towards him to ensure his right of way is honoured but has been told off by his boss for doing this.

    He argued “I am not going to let people push their way in front of me because the door opens away from them when I open the door to enter the buildings. If I open the door I will make sure I get through first as I have right of way and therefore start to go through when there is sufficient space before the other person does.

    “Since all doors in the workplace have handles I will hold onto the handle as I snake through so that I have something to hold onto to give me better leverage if the person from the other side tries to push in. Too many of them are cyclists with hands full expecting others to hold the doors open for them and just barge in at the easiest convenience.

    “I know cyclists don’t respect the law on the roads by going through red lights and purposely cycling two abreast on country lanes to hold motorists up, so I am not going to let these wimps push in when I am in front. They should wait their turn like everyone else, not demand priority over others.

    “I hate these cyclists as they are the biggest lawbreakers on the road and need to be taught a lesson.

    “As I open the door towards me I can get into the minimal gap before the person from the other side can so I am at an advantage here which is morally correct since it is my right of way. Doing what others do gives the advantage to the opportunist wrongdoer”.

    Those on the other side know someone is coming towards them because they didn’t open the door, but that person doesn’t necessarily know they are there. He has right of way and if he walks into them, they already had a warning he was coming and therefore are to blame twofold – for doing it and knowing someone was coming towards them with priority over them”.

    Opening the door towards you and waiting for the door to open fully gives advantage to the other side whereas it gives advantage to you when minimal space is required. So it is recommended to snake through these doors like Alan to stop those from the other side pushing in if you open a door towards you

  97. nwawuo adaeze

    August 15, 2016 at 12:09 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7

    There was one local man who angry exit was ruined this evening, by a common manual surface mounted door closer.
    The man was entertaining visiting friends at his local pub, when the incident occurred.

    charles was drinking in The White Lion, when the conversation took a turn for the worse. His girlfriend was chatting to another patron of the establishment when, enraged by their apparent friendliness, an argument ensued.

    charles accused his wife to be of being ‘over familiar’ with said patron and began demanding an explanation from the shocked partner.

    Her argument was that she was ‘just being friendly’. Unconvinced, Butress started ‘getting heavy’, and witnesses claim he was ‘totally out of order, and over the top’ in his reprimand.

    Seeing the situation spiralling out of control,charles’ girlfriend, Betty, took charge and told him under no uncertain terms to ‘do one’.

    At this unexpected turn of events,charles, announcing to everyone that they were ‘bastard’s’ and could ‘go fuck ’em selves’ turned on his heels and left the bar.

    Upon leaving, and as a final full stop to the evening’s events, charles slammed the front door as he exited. But unfortunately the woodwork was managed by a manual surface mounted door closer.

    As he wrenched on the door to leave, the woodwork followed him at speed, only to stop inches from closing, by the compression spring contained within the metalwork above the door, resulting in a barely audible ‘shuuk’ as the door completed it’s journey.

    Emma, who was seated at the bar, told us “it was all going well, but when he slammed the door, and it just closed slowly and quietly behind him, that just ruined it! It would have had far more effect if there was a sturdy ‘bang’, but that was it.

    The moment was lost!”
    As news of the incident spreads, more and more people are coming forward to express their own downfall at the hands of this supposed ‘human aid’.
    Even the rich and famous have been caught out by this seemingly inconspicuous and dormant ‘aid’.

    Madonna famously left Emma by slamming a door that closed unimpressive slowly and unassumingly quietly, and upon hearing of his exit from 10 Downing Street,Ade is said to have left the building by slamming a door which was operated by a surface mounted door closer, resulting in a rather embarrassing ‘shuuck’, rather than the expected ‘BANG’.
    Angry people beware, always look above you before leaving. Door closers can really ruin an exit.

  98. nwawuo adaeze

    August 15, 2016 at 12:10 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 7

    There was one local man who angry exit was ruined this evening, by a common manual surface mounted door closer.
    The man was entertaining visiting friends at his local pub, when the incident occurred.

    charles was drinking in The White Lion, when the conversation took a turn for the worse. His girlfriend was chatting to another patron of the establishment when, enraged by their apparent friendliness, an argument ensued.

    charles accused his wife to be of being ‘over familiar’ with said patron and began demanding an explanation from the shocked partner.

    Her argument was that she was ‘just being friendly’. Unconvinced, Butress started ‘getting heavy’, and witnesses claim he was ‘totally out of order, and over the top’ in his reprimand.

    Seeing the situation spiralling out of control,charles’ girlfriend, Betty, took charge and told him under no uncertain terms to ‘do one’.

    At this unexpected turn of events,charles, announcing to everyone that they were ‘bastard’s’ and could ‘go fuck ’em selves’ turned on his heels and left the bar.

    Upon leaving, and as a final full stop to the evening’s events, charles slammed the front door as he exited. But unfortunately the woodwork was managed by a manual surface mounted door closer.

    As he wrenched on the door to leave, the woodwork followed him at speed, only to stop inches from closing, by the compression spring contained within the metalwork above the door, resulting in a barely audible ‘shuuk’ as the door completed it’s journey.

    Emma, who was seated at the bar, told us “it was all going well, but when he slammed the door, and it just closed slowly and quietly behind him, that just ruined it! It would have had far more effect if there was a sturdy ‘bang’, but that was it.

    The moment was lost!”
    As news of the incident spreads, more and more people are coming forward to express their own downfall at the hands of this supposed ‘human aid’.
    Even the rich and famous have been caught out by this seemingly inconspicuous and dormant ‘aid’.

    Madonna famously left Emma by slamming a door that closed unimpressive slowly and unassumingly quietly, and upon hearing of his exit from 10 Downing Street,Ade is said to have left the building by slamming a door which was operated by a surface mounted door closer, resulting in a rather embarrassing ‘shuuck’, rather than the expected ‘BANG’.
    Angry people beware, always look above you before leaving. Door closers can really ruin an exit

  99. igweze tonia qeency

    August 15, 2016 at 12:13 am

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day7 I so much love the door in my home, it has
    save me from unwanted visitor,
    the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall
    down from my hand when am about to pick his call.

    Lastly the door in my house have made me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me and i have find out that the
    door is not properly fix,
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home to seal out Weather, insects and dirty it is important to properly size your door. When you see
    daylight under your door that’s means the door is not the right size and needs to replace or repaired.
    thank GOD that i find #Emilinks door that has wide range of quality doors and windows from top brands to fit my requirements

  100. igweze tonia qeency

    August 15, 2016 at 12:13 am

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day7 I so much love the door in my home, it has
    save me from unwanted visitor
    the door has small tiny glass like camera that I use to monitor or view what ever that is going on in my compound most of the time when someone Knocked I will slowly or tiptoe to the door and view the person through the glass if is somebody I will welcome I will open the door but if is not I will slowly or tiptoe back and the person Will knock until he or she get tired of knocking I pretend as if am not at home but to my greatest surprise one day I went to monitor the people making noise in my compound on the process my phone fall down from my hand and the screen break my mood change I start to blame myself assuming I known I could have mind my business. When my dad ask me how it happened I lie that it fall
    down from my hand when am about to pick his call.

    Lastly the door in my house have made me to have timetable due to mosquito I only open the door during the day but always close from 7pm to 6am because mosquitoes are always ready waiting for me to open the door as if they send them to me and i have find out that the
    door is not properly fix,
    A properly fitted door makes a pleasing and secure entrance for the home to seal out Weather, insects and dirty it is important to properly size your door. When you see
    daylight under your door that’s means the door is not the right size and needs to replace or repaired.
    thank GOD that i find #Emilinks door that has wide range of quality doors and windows from top brands to fit my requirements

  101. emeka udeh

    August 15, 2016 at 12:24 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day7

    I so much love standing at the door or sit closer to the door any where I go in order to be the first to walk away after lecture or any thing I attend because of that I Joined user work in my church in order to stand closer to the door to receive fresh air and to welcome any body that come through the door, i have have many experience about door

    one day i was at home laying down closer to the door during the ham mater and all of a sudden my brother went to scared me and on the process he don’t know that am at the door and immediately he rush into the house i use the EMILINKS door and kick him out of the house because he want to take me on aware and he don’t know that am on security conscious all the time.

    my second encounter about door is, one day i was sitting out side our compound with my friend we were receiving fresh freeze and my people were inside so as me and my friend was discussing a guy entered our compound and surround me and my friend with gun he ask my friend to close her mouth and walk, he tell her to go strength inside her house quietly that she is not the one he is looking for that he is looking for me.

    so he point the gun on me and ask me to get up lets go inside my house so as we are going inside my house i first open the EMILINKS DOOR in my house and enter so immediately he put his head closer to the door i kick him out with the EMILINK DOOR i hit him out and i was together shouting my elder brother name brother ! brother!! brother !!! immediately my brother rush out with big machete on his hand we pursue the thief but we could not see him the only thing we see is blood that means the emilinks door really give him wound,

    immediately our neighbor started coming out and i explain as it happen, the girl i was setting out side with before faint as she got into her house she could not explain any thing to her family because that was her first time of experiencing some one pointing gun on her and her family come out to known what excetly what has happened to there daughter when they hear the story they were all surprise because every thing happened at twinkle of eye(sudden).
    i really give GOD all the glory for saving my life if not that EMILINK STRONG DOOR i wonder where i could be friends help me and thank GOD AND EMILINK since then i minimize the way i sit out side.

  102. Atughiobi Henry

    August 15, 2016 at 3:16 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7…
    As i was getting closer to the gate of my hostel i saw a lot of people hanging around it, the looks on their faces sent cold chills down my spine. So i had to quicken my pace to ascertain what the problem is. When i got there i saw one of my lodge-mates crying, that disorganized me the more. All i could think about was my money in my room. Earlier that day i withdrew some money that i wanted to use to pay for my house rent in the sum of 85,000 Naira. I couldn’t pay the money again before leaving for lectures that morning owing to the fact that our caretaker was out that early morning. So i left the money in my room with hopes that as soon as soon as i come back i will pay.
    My heart beat can be heard miles away. I started sweating, “what could have happened oo”, i thought within myself. Then a friend of mine, also my lodge-mate, came out, so i quickly approached him to satisfy my curiosity, I didn’t want to go just yet. He gave me a rundown of what transpired. It was armed robbers. They stole from everyone around in the hostel then, i got to understand that the lady that was crying lost all the gadgets her husband recently bought for her, including an apple laptop and phone. So, that my friend continued, that when they finished robbing those found at home, he started hearing noise as though they were trying to break into a room… At this moment my heart jumped a beat, i could hardly breath i just managed to keep listening for the whole gist.
    He continued, the heating and banging continued for a while and after sometime it stopped. When it seemed the whole place has quieted down he came out of his room to check where the noise was coming from, it was from my room, they were trying to break into my room. But the door was too strong to cave in, so they gave up… God!! when he uttered “GAVE UP”, i was so relieved i could breathe again. Though, i did not express my happiness much before my friend since he was still grieving his own loss. I quickly rushed to my door to see for myself, My net door was already in shreds because it stood before the main door. But the door, hmm, was standing tall, unshakable. I was so happy. I later asked about the make of the doors and i was told it was from EMILINKS. Ever since then i “doff my hat” for any of their products.. I will subscribe to EMILINKS product any day anytime and i encourage all to do likewise.

  103. sikiru jamiu Olawale

    August 15, 2016 at 7:34 am

    Day 7
    # Emilinks # MyDoorStory
    Whenever we enter a property, the first
    impression that we take about it is through the
    kind of doors that the property has. The door
    from which you pass is like light rays through
    the iris. The iris reflects what is going inside us
    and also tells us about the happenings of the
    world. The doors separate our world from the
    rest of the society and also the doors reflect
    about our lifestyle to the rest of the world who
    passes by our door without even entering our
    domain. So, it is significant to have a positive
    first impression of our house on the people
    because we can’t make a second first
    impression. The front door can add value to
    your house along with protecting you and your
    loved ones from the harsh weather effects.
    This was as a result of an occurrence in our
    former apartment at bariga in December 2007
    when everybody were preparing for the
    Christmas/new year celebration…not long had
    the area became silent when we started hearing
    odd voices in neighbouring houses, then it
    dawned on us that thieves are around… Fear
    gripped everyone in my house because that’s the
    first time we would encounter such, not long
    afterwards we heard the sounds of our door
    handle,the robbers tried opening the door but
    they couldn’t and they couldn’t force open since
    it’s a door built with strong iron, this continued
    for some minutes till we could hear any sound no
    more…
    When it was morning we got information from
    the neighbors on how they had made away with
    valuables and their money which are meant for
    the festivities… I and my family would have been
    a victim had it not been for the good ? in
    front of our home.

  104. joju

    August 15, 2016 at 7:54 am

    Opening a door towards you puts you at a disadvantage if you have some pushy person from the other side coming towards you who doesn’t wait his/her turn.

    Most people when going through a doorway won’t think much of this unless it happens to them but in principle, the person who opens the door should have right of way since pushing or pulling, turning the door handle etc. means you are at the door first.

    One day in work, upon entering the building to his workplace, Alan went up to a door, turned the handle down and pulled the door towards him but was met by someone who blocked his path. Since the door Alan was opening opened towards him, the person on the other side of the door who did not make any attempt to open the door took advantage of getting into the doorway before Alan could but Alan wasn’t going to let this person take advantage of him and continued walking since opening the door he had right of way, so they collided.

    Alan was accused of obstructing the other worker when the other worker obstructed Alan by pushing in. Now Alan has started ‘snaking’ in when he opens a door towards him to ensure his right of way is honoured but has been told off by his boss for doing this.

    He argued “I am not going to let people push their way in front of me because the door opens away from them when I open the door to enter the buildings. If I open the door I will make sure I get through first as I have right of way and therefore start to go through when there is sufficient space before the other person does.

    “Since all doors in the workplace have handles I will hold onto the handle as I snake through so that I have something to hold onto to give me better leverage if the person from the other side tries to push in. Too many of them are cyclists with hands full expecting others to hold the doors open for them and just barge in at the easiest convenience.

    “I know cyclists don’t respect the law on the roads by going through red lights and purposely cycling two abreast on country lanes to hold motorists up, so I am not going to let these wimps push in when I am in front. They should wait their turn like everyone else, not demand priority over others.

    “I hate these cyclists as they are the biggest lawbreakers on the road and need to be taught a lesson.

    “As I open the door towards me I can get into the minimal gap before the person from the other side can so I am at an advantage here which is morally correct since it is my right of way. Doing what others do gives the advantage to the opportunist wrongdoer”.

    Those on the other side know someone is coming towards them because they didn’t open the door, but that person doesn’t necessarily know they are there. He has right of way and if he walks into them, they already had a warning he was coming and therefore are to blame twofold – for doing it and knowing someone was coming towards them with priority over them”.

    Opening the door towards you and waiting for the door to open fully gives advantage to the other side whereas it gives advantage to you when minimal space is required. So it is recommended to snake through these doors like Alan to stop those from the other side pushing in if you open a door towards you.

    The ROSPA recognises this as a serious cause of accidents which get out of hand and are issuing guidelines to change the law so that the person opening the door has right of way and no need for snaking in like Alan does which results in more accidents.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day7

  105. Paul

    August 15, 2016 at 7:59 am

    Don’t Knock Exit Doors
    Airline

    (A passenger is sitting in the emergency exit row. We’re required by law to brief them on the operation of the window exit. One of the instructions is to ‘throw the exit door out’.)

    Me: “Do you have any questions for me on the operation of this door?”

    Passenger: “Yes, there’s something I’ve always wondered. When you throw the door out, where does it go?”

    Me: “It just goes outside. It doesn’t matter where it ends up. Just throw it out and get out.”

    Passenger: “Well, what if it hits somebody?”

    Me: “You’d be the first one out, so it’s not going to hit anybody.”

    Passenger: “What if there’s some guy hiking?”

    Me: “Sir, if there’s some guy hiking where we’ve just crash landed a plane, I’m sure he’s got bigger problems than a door hitting him.”
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day7

  106. HASIA

    August 15, 2016 at 9:09 am

    #Mydoorstory #Emilinks Day 7
    I feel adventurous. there are so many doors to be opened and i’m not afraid to look behind. for the woman who comes back through the door in the wall will never be quite the same as the woman who went out. She will be wiser and more sure, happier and more satisfied, humbler in acknowledging her ignorance yet better equipped to understand the relationship of word to things. As i knocked, i waited patiently and the door opened from within. I can tell it has the potential to lead some place quite different because that door is Emilinks

  107. Lilian Nne

    August 15, 2016 at 9:52 am

    #‎MyDoorStory‬ I have never believed that door has ear until now. Are you wondering how ppssible it is? It goes like this. Everyday i woke up and you know the first thing i must do, talk to God of course and after that, i will talk to my door. I happened to be one of JAMB’s regular costumers. I failed JAMB for five consecutive years. Do you think i don’t pray to God back then? I do but unknown to me that the key is in my room which is the door. When I registered for the 6th and the last JAMB, I vowed never to sit for it again. On the very day I wrote my last JAMB exam, I went to the door in my room and talked to it. “When a door is locked, it is to protect and prevent bad things from getting into a house. But the door to my success is locked and it doesn’t supposed to be. As I open you (the door in my room), so shall my door of success be opened, and as I close you behind, so shall my success door be closed to prevail the badlucks from reaching me. Amen. That’s how I started exceeding in everything I do. ‪#‎Emilinks‬ ‪ #Day 7. Door really serves as my key to success. The door allows in fresh air when the need arrives and it prevents harmful air from getting into the house. When you open the door of your heart, you will receive good things but at the same time, be wise enough to know when the negative ones like envy, hatred, greediness, spirit of deception, etc are about to get into your heart so that the door of your heart will serve one of its purposes. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  108. Ivie

    August 15, 2016 at 1:51 pm

    #mydoorstory #Bellanaija day 8
    If you have a dislike for bad doors, you are not alone. I detest them too. They can be very annoying.
    Clean them, they still remain dirty.
    Closed them in a hurry and you will regret it. You will end up picking the screws on the floor. Closing gently nko, that one you will sleep there.
    Push or pull it, you are not sure. If you are lucky it will open at first push and if/when Men of the Night comes, you are on your own o.
    In the same way, I have intense Love for quality, standard, and durable doors. They are bae #Emilinks door gives that for me. Maximum protection and optimum satisfaction is what you get when you install #Emilinks door. it provides the perfect background for your pictures too.
    A trial will certainly convince you!!!!!!

  109. okonye Emmanuel

    August 16, 2016 at 4:12 pm

    # My door story
    It might be an interesting job being a door. Even more
    interesting being Fasa’s door. Fasa’s door is called
    ‘Anti-uju’, a name that had jokingly through
    countless years of mispronounciation been reffered to
    as ‘aunty uju’,a name it had earned after it twice
    acted up and refused opening when uju, Fasa’s
    girlfriend, visited.
    It made no sense that Fasa talked to his door. But He
    still did. Countless years of having that particular
    door as his last line of defence had ignited a bond.
    He had had to count on it when he hid from his
    creditors and often times when he was sitted on the
    wooden chair behind the door and pretended not to
    hear his landlord knock, he wondered if aunty uju
    actually knew he was hiding. It wasn’t suprising then
    that Anti-Uju was the only piece of furniture he
    brought back home when he moved from Lagos. He had
    remembered his neighbours at Oshodi asking that he
    sold the door to them and he had proudly told them
    that Anti-uju was special.
    As Fasa woke up today, the morning sun hitting his
    face from the window, it took him some minutes to
    come to agree that it was 7:30am. He almost always
    woke before 7am. He had remembered the events of
    the previous night vaguely. Three bottles of star lager
    ensured that.
    Faced with the task of preparing to work in 30
    mintues, He huriedly went about his morning chores
    and forgot his usual hello to his beloved door. He
    brushed his teeth hurriedly and swept the two bedroom
    flat even more hurriedly, forgetting to sprinkle water
    on the floor as he always did.
    Anti-uju watched him pace about, resentment filled
    in its hinges. It always hated it when he didn’t say
    hello to it with his usual smile. It wanted to refuse
    opening for him when he came close to peep outside as
    he usually did every morning. ‘You had the time to
    peep outside but you couldn’t say hello?’ It thought. It
    wished he heard.
    Fasa sneezed twice , and then heavily a third time.
    Anti-uju watched him keenly. He looked distressed. He
    coughed steadily like a car that would most likely not
    start and, fell. The scene amazed the unsuspecting
    door and in a matter of seconds frightened it. It
    wondered what it could do to help its beloved master.
    It was amazing the things it had seen in it’s lifetime,
    women who perfected their make-up before knocking
    while they stood in front of it, angry creditors who
    wished they could see through it to ascertain if Fasa
    was in.
    There was something different about this scenario,
    Fasa was in crisis, he breated heavily, chest inflated.
    The dust swept up had penetrated his airways and
    precipated an asthma attack. Anti uju shouted over
    and over again, trying overly hard to attract
    attention. But it was in the smartest sense just a door.
    It infuriated it that no one heard. Even mama emeka,
    their closest neighbour walked by without looking in its
    direction. It thought about what would happen to its
    master. And still Fasa lay down there breathing with
    great difficulty.
    It annoyed it that humans cared little about
    themselves. Anti- uju felt that it wasn’t out of place
    to check on a neighbour you hadn’t seen in a new day.
    It knew though that this wasn’t the time to point
    fingers . It had to come up with a plan.
    The door wished some one would turn its handle and
    see that its master was in distress. It wished that his
    hinges would let go and leave it crashing down if only
    it meant fasa’s neighbour would see he was in distress.
    Suprisingly, the wind showed up. Anti-uju smiled. It
    had in previous times stood against this very early
    morning wind as if in a contest with it but today It
    silently prayed that it would blow harder. It prayed
    and begged the wind to add some more intensity. ‘Just
    push a little more, so people would see that my master
    was in distress. And the wind answered. It blew in a
    way it never did. Uju, like a woman who had been
    touched in the right places, opened up and stayed
    open.
    Soon Fasa was at the hospital after passers-by had
    seen him. The doctor said he may have died had
    neighbours not seen him. And that was how aunty uju
    the door saved Fasa’s life. #my door story#Emilinks

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