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We are Switching Things UP – The #EMILINKS N3,000,000 Giveaway is taking a New Turn this Week! Meet the Lucky Day 21 Winners & be 1 of 10 Nigerians to WIN N10, 000 in Day 22 #MyDoorStory

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The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,000,000 Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 21 days, 10 lucky people have gotten N10,000 for sharing photos of doors and the importance of the doors. More winners will be picked before the end of the month!

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

Thank you so much for participating as we love the creative turn your short stories are taking and your creative photos. Please keep sending them in, it might be your turn to win today!

It’s a new week and we are switching things up! So instead of sharing a photo of the doors in your home, we want to hear about importance of building houses with quality materials and not substandard materials and your good wardrobes. So get snapping!

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About Emilinks

Emilinks is a global manufacturer of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices, hotels, royal palaces, presidential lodge, honeymoon suites and luxury villas. Emilinks uses a variety of innovative techniques blended with exclusive designs to build premium quality products.
With a record of excellence in all areas, Emilinks wants to empower Nigerians over the next 9 days!

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

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

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How to participate in the N3,000,000 Giveaway

  • Take a clear photo of yourself in the front of a building, NOT in front of a door only, but in front of the entire building showing in the background.
  • Share a story about the importance of building houses with quality materials and not substandard materials in your home and/or the society.
  • We are looking out for creative, interesting, inspiring, intellectual and funny stories!
  • Creatively linking in the Emilinks brand will be a plus. The key word is CREATIVE.
  • Submit your entry via Twitter, Facebook, Instagram or on www.bellanaija.com/tag/emilinks
  • For entries on BN, simply leave a comment on the post of the day. e.g Day 8
  • Remember to add the hashtags #Emilinks and #MyDoorStory to your post on social media or comment on BN
  • Unfortunately, we cannot view social media entries via private accounts and DMs will not be accepted
  • 10 winners will be selected daily to win N10,000
  • Enter each day!

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

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

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

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

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

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

#Emilinks, #MyDoorStory – Day21

Dougals

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

ehinomhen

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3) @Sarina_guy – @bellanaija @EmilinksNG Kitchen is the heart of the home, because its where meals are created #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

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4) @KelvinCrag – I love my warddrobe doors, my wardrobe doors helps secure my clothes. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

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

ENiola

6) Jahmai S. – Day21
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory
I am a lady married into a polygamous home, I happen to be the second wife.When I came into the house, the first wife wasn’t so happy with me but she wasn’t making any trouble but her kids had no issue with me.Months went by,my senior wife started causing trouble,she always wanted us to engage in quarrels but I always avoided it.Her children started following her trends,I feel she instructed them to start avoiding me as well.I didn’t let all the this get to me because I understood what was happening.No woman wants to share her husbands love with anyone but I believe we could still have lived together in peace.Things started getting out of hand so I decided to put a hidden camera in my room.One has to be careful these days.As if I knew my senior wife had plans for me.One day I went shopping,I forgot to lock my room door.On coming back,I went directly into my room but I perceived someone else’ perfume, I have a very sensitive nose.I wasn’t at ease,I showered then decided to watch my hidden camera. Lo and Behold what I saw..My senior wife happened to have entered my room with a small content in her hand.She walked directly to my wardrobe and tried to open it but my Emilinks wardrobe lock is not the regular type, it has its uniqueness of opening in an anticlockwise direction and not clockwise.She kept forcing when she realized she couldn’t open my wardrobe, she left angrily.I personally begged my husband to install this wardrobe in my room because it was the same type I used while in school and it was a total protection.To shorten the story, I never forgot to lock my door after that even though I knew I had a safe wardrobe. All thanks to the producer of Emilinks wardrobe, may God continue to provide more to fill your purse so as to continue producing life saving furnitures.

Jahmai

7) O. Racheal – 16 hrs ·
Day 21
#Emilinks #MyDoorStory
On this ill fated day, i had an argument with my hubby, the argument was about the superiority between male and female and he took it the wrong way. He got angry and stopped talking to me till the he slept off for the day.
Knowing the key to my husband’s heart i woke up early to cook for him but before i could finish cooking he had left for work. When he came back from work i greeted him and he answered grumbling. With this in mind i went into kitchen to cook his favourite “jollof rice” so i opened the kitchen door so the aroma could fill the house. After cooking i ate mine and locked the kitchen door . Moments later i could hear someone trying to enter the kitchen so i just lay there on my bed. He later came into the room smiling at me saying “baby am sorry, can you open the kitchen door for me now am hungry”. I smiled and said boastfully my kitchen is my domain and its secured with Emilinks door. We later laughed at ourselves in which i apologized. So i picked up the key and open the kitchen door and serve my hubby his food.

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8) @dubieamobi – My name is dumebi, I leave early in the morning to my place of work, I work 12 hours a day, privilege for an hour break Daily, with no good food at my work area during break, the available foods are mostly snacks. I love pounded yam and ofe onugbu but its not available. Each time, I get back home hungry, tired, feeling dizzy with stomach ache. Getting to my house, seeing the kitchen door quench all the hunger and brings me joy, hope of feeling better again, I could imagine my ofe onugbu through my kitchen door. @bellanaijaonline @EmilinksNG #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #Day20

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9) @ferrytimcharis – Snapping with a Quality wardrobe which is 25 years old (older than I am). It was obviously made with a quality wooden material just like #Emilinks products. #MyDoorStory My wardrobe over the years has covered up my laziness to arrange my room most especially when my female friends come around, I just pack all my clothes inside the wardrobe without arranging pending the time the visit elapses. Which basically I would arrange properly after the visit….Lol….Every guy can’t relate to this scenario.
@bellanaijaonline #day20

Femi

10) @thegoldenson12 – I had decided not to use Twitter to share my story because I wouldn’t have enough space luxury to do so. This wardrobe is made of solid wood and it contains my mum’s official wears and our baby clothes. We have confidence in this wardrobe because, once it is locked, rats can only wander around but can’t enter it. It is partitioned into various sections and clothes are neatly arranged into it. This wardrobe is 9 years old and still strong. Don’t compromise your standard by buying cheap and fake products. So far, I am yet to meet someone who regretted buying emilinks. I can never meet someone like that. I remember vividly one day, I was looking for my clothes I was going to rock to church and my sister kept teasing me that rats had eaten it, I smiled and said if only u know that your jokes nowadays are very funny. I knew my clothes were safe at mum’s left wing of the wardrobe . I love #emilinks the maker of doors , cabinets and many furniture. Thanks for reading #mydoorstory day 21 @bellanaijaonline .

Golden son

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94 Comments

  1. Bethel

    August 29, 2016 at 11:58 am

    Day 22
    That faithful day I didn’t know her to console my aunty or what to tell her.The previous week my aunty who was a sells clothes locked up her store and travelled to the village to see her mother in-law.A week later she returned to see her clothes infested by both termites and rats. She didn’t even know what to do. She didn’t even know if she could call it a spiritual attack. But deep now I knew the problem. I had previously adviced her to get a good Emilinks wardrobe to protect her goods but she refused.It was after this incident that she ordered for one and she didn’t know Emilinks wardrobe will change her life to an higher level. Immediately the wardrobe was erected and goods arranged properly, customers began to troop in. Her store almost looked like shoprite. The beauty of the wardrobe and how it presented the clothes attracted customers. It also protected it from termites and rats. This made my aunty really happy and she thanked me. Thanks to Emilinks for such a wonderful idea and creativity. You guys are life savers #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎‎

  2. onye

    August 29, 2016 at 12:01 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22
    In the past, my clothes were always rough only because am not the type of person that fancy using wardrobe because it looks so stressful to me whenever i am in hurry to search for something in there, purposely because of it little space without chefs , nearly everything in there will get scattered , I have to iron my cloth on a daily bases before going to work,
    Fortunately, i pay a visit to a friend of my,it was on Friday in fact it was indeed a grate fun day, so till we did not check the time, before we could knew it, it was late already, then my friend said to me you will sleep here to night since it”s late already so by tomorrow you will go back to your house and i agreed to his suggestion, few minutes later as i entered his bedroom to undress and go for shower , his wardrobe was my point of contact, immediately i developed interest in having such a nice wardrobe, after a little discussion i asked him, this wardrobe of yours where did you buy it and what maker? Then he replied, i bought it at #Emilinks shop some metres away from here and i told him you will the place, following morning been Saturday, we went to the place and i priced it, the price in which i said then its cheap. Then i included it to my following month budget, 3 months ago. Right now the new wardrobe acquired by me has made me a stress free going area whenever i went to pick up things inside it. It has more space in stages unlike before.

  3. tchidi

    August 29, 2016 at 12:04 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day22

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

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

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

  4. Douglas

    August 29, 2016 at 12:06 pm

    Phewww! Finally after 21 days of writing and thinking…Thanks Emilinks and Bellanaija

    • ibitoye

      August 29, 2016 at 2:32 pm

      one you dont no is that they generate money with you comment as per pay per click when ever you login , post comment etc

  5. Rachel

    August 29, 2016 at 12:07 pm

    #Day22
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    We spent just two years in our former house and we learnt the lesson of our lives there.
    The house looked really good from the outside but only those who lived inside understood the struggle, the pain and discomfort that house caused.
    Our landlord chose to build the house with really crappy products. It was almost like we didn’t have a house, when there was a heavy rain, it fell on us even though we had a roof. We needed an umbrella inside our house, because of the bad roof! The doors were so bad that the rain will beat it so badly and escape freely into our rooms. Whenever rain fell, the next day, you will see everyone taking their mattresses under the sun to dry them. The worse part is that the rent was so high, yet we had no comfort whatsoever.
    My next door neighbour once spent a whole month in the hospital because she left her new baby inside the house and when the rain came, it beat the blessed little chid so bad. It took the grace of God for his survival.
    My husband and I learnt a lesson from all that, that is why when we were ready to build our own place. We took an extensive research that helped us make a decision on #Emilinks products. Now we are living in a real house. The beauty is not just in how it looks but we have true protection and that is what a house should provide, atleast, when good products are involved.
    Thanks to Emilinks for putting quality above price.

  6. Daniel o

    August 29, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    Day 22
    That night everyone went to bed sad. My dad had earlier received a call that his building collapsed suddenly.The next morning we all went to the building site and saw it in ruins. An investigation was carried out and it turned out that the building collapsed as a result of poor building materials. My dad felt heart broken and betrayed because he had already given the contractor the amount of money needed to buy good equipment and the contract bought cheap poor ones instead. The contractor was arrested for fraud. But my dad also thanked God anyway because no life was lost. When building, always make sure to get the best materials because bad buildings may collapse and kill people. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  7. Oluwafunke

    August 29, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    @bellanaija
    You won’t believe this! Last week I was preparing for an interview as a public relation officer in a telecommunications company,then the night before i ironed my clothes, a navy blue suit and a white shirt. After ironing I hanged the clothes back to the wardrobe,waiting for the next day to come.
    Then the next morning I woke up,did a little reversal,and took my bathe. When I was done with that I opened the wardrobe I took my suit seeing it shining as ever, I put it on then I left the room for the entrance door while passing through, the sharp edge of the door tore the skirt. It was so bad I had to change it. oh my God I was late for the interview I tried to explain my predicament to the secretary she said I should have gotten emilinks door instead. I was like what is that?she said is a type of door that is quality and durable .enen! I will make sure I get that,but the interview was over.The following week I had to get one. God house and fitting makes your perfect day. #Emilinks #My door story #Day22

  8. Richard C

    August 29, 2016 at 12:13 pm

    Day22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    I am Mr Richard a student of polytechnic Nekede,I happen to witness the collapsing of a hostel beside mine. It happened on the 25th of October 2015,i just finished writing my 2nd semester exam and was walking home with my coursemates when we passed the on going building,we saw the workers mixing the sand and cement, then we noticed that the sand was more than the cement.
    30 minutes later we had a loud noise,,,,,Guess What!!!!! The on going 3 storey building just collapsed,killing 3 workers and 2 student that were passing by on the spot, leaving so many others seriously injured. I was shocked cause It wasn’t long I passed there. “so I would have bin a victim”i said to myself.
    This was how we lost 5 souls all because of a substandard building. If only the workers used the right quantity of materials such incident wouldn’t had happened.
    Good building saves lives and last long. I really thank God for my life.

  9. jinkelele

    August 29, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory. Day 22.

    Well technically this is my home story.
    Quality materials in building is non-negotiable. Building should stand the test of time. Its best for safety, decor and good old reliability. Nothing is a unappealing as cracked walls paint peeling and tiles that crack. Its like sitting down to a meal that you smells divine but tastes terrible.
    The tiles on my floor still gleam as if they were just fitted and its 20years now. Oh and the paint job? Only had it repainted once! Then the electrical fittings…good quality stuff has saved us from many a fire hazard. Our Change over switch? Same one we had when the house was first built 20 odd years ago.
    I’d never compromise on quality, its a smart investment.

    • jinkelele

      August 29, 2016 at 12:18 pm

      Forgive my typos ?

  10. Jemikalajah E

    August 29, 2016 at 12:16 pm

    Day 22
    When growing up, there was this beautiful building that was in my neighborhood.It has been there for a very long time without collapsing or getting old. I had always wondered how the building managed to remain that way. Out of curiosity I approached the owner. He laughed so hard and answered me with just a few words”i always go for the best”.He told me that his secret was that he made sure he got the best materials to build his house. Using good materials in building houses is just the best way to build your house. With Emilinks you house is on the go!!!!
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  11. Berry

    August 29, 2016 at 12:18 pm

    I am an Intern for the Lagos State government and Land and Building surveying. I was sent to a particular community where many have complained about Burglaries, building collapse and many more.

    When I got to the community, I noticed i rained heavily the night before and I could see doors that were destroyed, roofs uprooted and people were wailing at the government for poor wind control and poor water ways.

    I simply arrived with my tools asking questions and surveying, Many looked at me wondering what the young woman was up to. I could tell they’d had pounced on me had I told them I was a government official.

    At the end of my survey, I found out the quality of doors, windows and many of the building materials were substandard. I took time to lecture those I can on the importance of making sure their building contractor install the quality building materials. I told them to ensure they supervise the buying of the materials themselves and do not blame the government for everything. I pointed out Emilinks as a goto brand for quality materials.

    I also made sure to speak to some of the builders I met advising them on the importance of building with the right material and suggested they all tried building materials made by Emilinks.

    Day 22, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  12. ifunanya

    August 29, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    Dear BN, no 6 winner has won before. I know I have read this same story last week. Some of us have been writing good stories since day 13 and nothing to show for it. It’s really well oh.

    • Joy Atuadi

      August 29, 2016 at 8:36 pm

      Get ur facts straight @Ifunaya.My name on Bella naija is Joy Atuadi and my Facebook name is jahmai shula.The fact you read my story some days back does that mean I have won before. Keep trying so you can win.Cheers

    • Owarioka D.

      August 30, 2016 at 7:27 am

      Day22
      #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
      My dad is a building contractor and as the first son of the family, whenever he has a building project, I go with him to the site.My dad is known for been a man of principles and this he took into his job.He goes for the best when constructing a building. From the woods to the blocks to the mixture of the sand and cement(not using more SAND than the CEMENT to keep money in his pocket).There are a whole lot of gifts from his clients in the house showing appreciation for a work well done.The use of good building materials for the construction of a house cannot be overemphasized. The house remains for years,from generation to generation. Stories of collapsed buildings do not come from buildings that were built with quality materials but from those built with cheap materials.A house built with good materials feels like a safe haven and you are certain of protection when you have doors like EMILINKS in the house too even though we know God is the ultimate giver of protection. You want that house to be seen by your CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN, GREAT GRANDCHILDREN then use quality building materials and some of these can be gotten from Emilinks.Thank you Emilinks.

  13. Daniel Geraldine

    August 29, 2016 at 12:22 pm

    Day 22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Building with Substandard materials can be very dangerous. Mr Adekunle got a contract to build a complex with 30stores,he was awarded 30million for the building contract! When he got the call that he was given the contract, he immediately gathered his friends and started declaring drinks…He was squandering money left, right, up, down, and centre. A week later he discovered he had 20 million left, he resolved that he was going to spend just 10 million on the complex and keep 10 million for himself. He starting putting calls across to friends on how he can get cheap and Substandard materials for the complex… He bought all he needed and building started. By the time they were done building, he immediately got roofing, plumbing and furnishings for the complex. By this time it was already raining season. He didn’t even mind the weather he continued… He wud always shout at the construction site, hurry up, I have to deliver next week!
    Building was completed and he reported back to the people who awarded the contract. They fixed a day for inspection… A night before the deal day, it rained cat and dogs! Wen the inspection team arrived, they saw a collapsed building… Dat was not all, the two men stationed at the entrance for guarding the complex at night was found dead… Mr Adekunle fainted and was rushed to the hospital. Substandard materials can cause loss of lives and property! Be wise,get standard materials! Get Emilinks!

  14. Gabriel benny

    August 29, 2016 at 12:23 pm

    Day 22
    During my tender age, i never thought of leaving the kitchen for any reason because i enjoyed the aroma of the different varieties of dishes coming from there. It all ended when we moved to a new home and this home was the BOMB. But one thing i never enjoyed there was the fact that it had a restriction. The mighty restriction of an #Emilinks door was present and i couldn’t enjoy my sweet aroma anymore…Mum never wanted visitors to detect her food recipes, ?? She loves it in the SURPRISE WAY??
    Who was i to say otherwise?
    As i grew up, i came to realize that the kitchen is one best part of a house.
    Anytime you take a step into that cute kitchen of yours, be thankful that we don’t have to rely on firewood or other archaic methods to prepare our special dishes.
    Do you want to surprise your visitors and always leave them in curiosity today?
    GO FOR #Emilinks Doors! Simply the BEST.
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    @bellanaijaonline

  15. Olisaemeka

    August 29, 2016 at 12:26 pm

    Using quality building materials in building a house is essential for long term investment and safety.
    For building materials like windows, it is especially important to choose a high quality product. Windows stream in ultraviolet light into the home, which can fade flooring and furniture. By choosing an energy efficient window, you can block out some of the harmful rays and at the same time, the quality of the windows will help reduce heat loss in the winter and keep in cooler air in the summer.
    Insulation is another product where a good quality is preferred. High quality insulation will help retain heat in the winter and decrease energy demands on your heating and cooling systems. You may also wish to consider other types of insulation available such as acoustic insulation or fire retardant insulation.
    The wood used in the framing of your new infill home is another important consideration. Using properly treated wood products such as Emilinks Doors, wardrobes and kitchen cabinets can prevent fungus, mold and wood ingesting pest infestations. Not only are you using a superior building material, but you are also protecting your health and safety.
    Excellent roof construction can provide significant long term savings when using quality materials. A roof can account for up to 50% of a home’s total surface area, so this is one place to spend a little more money making sure it is done right. The use of quality roofing materials is imperative to ensure it is durable, and has water tight protection. If quality materials are not used, this can cause significant damage on your investment in a custom built home such as building collapse, robbers breaking through into the house as a result of substandard doors, moths and pests destroying your properties amongst others.
    It is good to use quality and standard materials to build and furnish a house so as to avoid creating a penny wise, pound foolish situation. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22

  16. Mahka

    August 29, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    #Emilinks My door story Day 22
    My cousin brother is an Engineer and,at the moment he has so much time on his hands;not yet employed. I come back from work daily and there he was bragging about the day fixes;bathroom door,kitchen bolts. I didn’t want to burst his bubble by complaining about how the door he fixed still has wires n metals poking out so I cheered him on.

    One faithful Saturday morning after I had launched my new Asoebi attire,on getting to the front door the dreaded scraps I thought I avoided pokes me and reaps through my dress. I was so pissed at my cousin and even more pissed at the freaking door. There n then I called my carpenter to change all the bad doors.
    We woke up on Sunday morning to the sounds of Emilinks doors being replaced in the living room. My face beamed with smile cos I knew ‘beta don land’. Even my poor cousin who was expressionless knew it would about time. Now we can dance n prance around the whole house without fear of a tear. Emilinks doors came through to our rescue. Yes oh, ‘onye fu eziokwu ya kwu o’.

  17. Rachel

    August 29, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    #Day22 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    When it comes to doing things right, we always want the easy way out and the choice of ‘easy’ is sometimes risky.
    After searching for a job for such a long time, I couldn’t find one, so I got a shop and started a small business. I was selling really well. I could afford the things I needed but you see, even before I got the shop, I knew the products used for building it were substandard. The door was weak. The roof was even worse.
    One Tuesday, something really unbelievable happened to my shop.
    Rain fell by midnight and it brought the whole shop down. Every single thing was washed away. It was like my shop was never ever there, the spot was empty. The flood was bad, the rain pulled some people’s roofs, but for me and some few others, it washed away our shops and everything inside.
    It was the most painful experience but what I learnt from the experience is this, while some of us lost our shops, and some few others lost their roofs, for some others the rain affected only half of their goods, but some people nothing happened to their shop or goods. Absolutely nothing. Their shops were there. The water did not pass through to their shops and it was a FLOOD. The water did not affect their shops. When we tried to understand the witchcraft behind this issue, we found out it was the value they got from spending on quality products.
    Apparently they all used Emilinks products and so they got value for choosing the best. I learnt a rough lesson, but above all, it is commendable when a company makes products for protection in the worse situations.

  18. Olayemi

    August 29, 2016 at 12:41 pm

    Day 22
    That day was indeed a happy day.My uncles house that he has been building for about 3 years has finally been completed.The house was indeed beautiful, the beautiful Emilinks doors around it will make you want to enter and never exit. Each rooms had It’s own Emilinks wardrobe.The kitchen itself was like a Fortress on its own. New Emilinks furnitures were all around..I thought I was in heaven and wished to stay in it forever. My uncle must have spent a fortune of money, thinking and hardwork into this. Good building materials make up a good buildings. Patronize Emilinks now!!!!
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  19. Onoriode k

    August 29, 2016 at 12:42 pm

    Day 22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Even the Bible stated in Matthew 7 vs 24-27, the advantages of building with quality…A building built with Substandard can never stand wen the rain descends,wen the floods comes, nor wen wind blows against the house! It goes down like it was never there,most times, destroying lives and property! But a house built with standard material is like a house built on a rock! Even if the rain descends, flood comes, or wind blows, the house remains standing… Quality buildings are never problems to the society. Use quality materials, Get Emilinks!

  20. Madonna

    August 29, 2016 at 12:47 pm

    @EmilinksNG @Bellanaija
    The story I am about to tell you is an embarrassing one for me. For several months, I couldn’t bring myself to tell anybody about it. I had just returned from the market and urgently need to use the toilet. Earlier on, I had promised my four year old daughter that I would buy her some Chocó Milo sweet as she is fond of it just to make her to agree to stay at home with my neighbor. Like I said, I urgently needed to use the toilet.
    The bathroom door which was made perfectly well by Chukwudi a carpenter in our neighbor got disfigured during the dry season such that the bolt in it could not fit in together properly. This also created a small hole where rats run their race; in fact, it’s so bad that sometimes, we use our bucket of water to hold it from opening when bathing. So the door was never all the way shut. It’s substandard. Thus my girl wandered as usual. As it happened, it was my time of the month. So my girl walked in just as I was, well, dealing with things to ask me for the Chocó Milo i promised her. Her eyes slowly got as big as a lollipop sweet. All of a sudden, she took off running down the stair case in a bid to call the neighbors for help. Screaming
    ‘’MUMMY IS BLEEDING OUT HER FROM HER BUM-BUM!!!’’
    ‘’WE NEED TO TAKE HER TO THE HOSPITAL!!!’’
    It was so embarrassing, I couldn’t even bring myself to tell my husband but I made sure he changed the door of the bathroom that same week to #Emilinks doors. And not only that, when my husband saw how good and classy the door is, he started changing everything in the house into #Emilinks, our kitchen cabinet, the wardrobe, and even the bed. It feels so good to use. Emilinks.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Bellanaija Day 22

  21. Innocent

    August 29, 2016 at 12:50 pm

    “Bungalow no day collapse”, these were one of popular sayings of my ignorant uncle. My dad’s elder brother was a semi learned man and he was into gambling.Luckily for him, he won a jackpot and he decided to build a house and be free from the so called “Lagos landlords”. His idea was ideal but apart from being gambler, he was also a miser.My uncle hated spending money or rather giving out money.
    So when my uncle started building his house, the engineer would advice him to buy quality materials but he would opt for less quality because he didn’t want to spend money and if the engineer should caution him about its effect, he would say ” Bungalow no day collapse” because he was building a bungalow. Eventually, the house was completed and he moved in with his family.
    The unwanted happened, there was a big storm in Lagos and it removed the roof of the building and half of the wall of the building collapsed.This event took my uncle back to square one because he couldn’t rehabilitate the building.He sold the land and had to fall back to a rented apartment because of his ignorance.
    So avoid setbacks like these in life, get good building materials and enjoy the best form of insurance.I recommend #Emilinks in the aspect of furnitures.
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day22

  22. Vivian

    August 29, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    I will not give up

  23. Vivian

    August 29, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    Day 22.
    Last semester was the craziest for me, it was dry season again and the doors wouldn’t completely shut again. Well it would if I assisted with folded paper, *Lols*. I lived on the topmost floor and the cold was much, my door made it worse even because even as it was closed heavy breeze would still find its way through the visibly cracked parts.
    One day, one of my neighbors had her door changed and I thought it wise to do same, at least even if it lasts for a year till I change again. So I took the address from her and it read Emilinks, cool, I haven’t heard of them so decided to give them a try.
    Two days later there was an invasion *Soldier ants* I heard noises from many rooms but couldn’t quite figure what was wrong. Well I found it hard to understand how those things climbed all the way to the last floor, and in search of what? I asked. There was spilled red oil in my along the passage of our floor right in front of my room, oh my! And I had earlier pour some red oil out in a plate without covering it. Glory to God I was exempted from this hazardous raid. Thanks to that Emilinks door, I have been here for four and a half years now and my door still *standa kakara*, come rain come sunshine…..
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.

  24. Prestige

    August 29, 2016 at 12:55 pm

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day22.
    When building the first thing that comes into the mind of every builder is Material Quality and Material Cost,its quite unfortunate that a building that has just been built is been repaired because of the influx of substandard material.A building is suppose to be long term investment but these days the reverse is the case,individuals/firms use these materials with or without their knowledge and they end end spending more in maintenance.House that wre built about ten years ago cannot be compared with recently built houses this because back then materials used were of high quality,now when you go to buy these materials one is given low qaulity materials(china materials)as they been called.

    Because a builder of a house wants quality materials to be used in his project he goes to these elaborate show rooms to buy where he is milked dry in the name of original and still some of the materials are fake.Im not saying they are no standard materials in market any more,but it’s just difficult buying one especially when you are a novice.And when you know what you want you could still be tricked by these seller because the standard ones and the substard ones are so alike.Even when the owner of a building goes with his or her plumber/tiler at the end of the day he goes home with these same fake materials because the plumber/tiler would collaborate with the seller to supply the substandard goods to make more profit,i’ve seen this happen more often than i can count, I feel pity for houses in lagos especially the lekki area,due to the salty water in lagos low qaulity materials cant stand this salty water.
    I believe in this country very much as a young man and i believe for this country to change everyone has to contribute in one way or the other,i guess this is the only way i can contribute i just want every Nigerian to be aware and not to throw away their hard earned money

  25. Vivian

    August 29, 2016 at 12:56 pm

    Day 22
    Ok, so in a few minutes you will understand how a single Emilinks door changed the life of my family for the better.
    It was my very first semester in UNN, I came back home for the long vacation but catching my friends attention wasn’t easy anymore. I would sit in the veranda all day waiting for my parents to come home admiring That house opposite our building, it had just been completed and tenants troop in in numbers every day, How I wished we would pack into that new house I thought, I couldn’t see the interior, my friend said the apartments had very nice wardrobes and kitchen cabinets, she would sneak in there to take selfies for facebook, Lol. She didn’t need to sweat to tell me how nice the interior of the house looked; mere gazing at the kitchen door that linked its veranda right opposite my veranda gave me a feel of the apartment. I fantasized having one of the rooms to myself.
    One day, I braved it. I called a family meeting, usually meetings were fixed when I misbehaved and needed whooping, literally of course*chuckles*. I gave them reasons why we had to move: 1st (in my words) Mummy remember how you always complained about rodents and roaches coming in through the kitchen door? Good news is with the new apartment comes a cool kitchen door to prevent those.
    2nd (in my words still) Mummy do you also remember how you cried when Chioma poured water on the kitchen floor and it soaked your bags of rice, garri, crayfish and semolina? Well this new apartment has a really nice kitchen cabinet that could contain just about all our food items, and neatly tucked in of course.
    3rd Daddy do you realize how awful you sound every Saturday morning when you look for your tool kit? If only you had a furnished wardrobe with divisions you could tuck stuff like that into. But praise God this apartment has got it.
    4th Chioma your own is too fight with me over our only surviving mirror, FYI; this apartment comes with inbuilt mirror on every wardrobe door. Plus you can now pack those your long list of novels in your room cabinet
    I also reminded them of uncle Ejike whose furnishings were also done by Emilinks at an affordable price, so it wasn’t like we would be charged outrageous bills for enjoying such privileges. My father was already exhausted and saw that I was ready to keep listing the benefits and how more organized our lives would be with the new apartment.
    Long story short, we moved into the apartment in exactly one week, and now my friends come around to take selfies all day long, my family chaos has tremendously reduced. Thanks to that kitchen door. Thanks to Emilinks. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  26. Okpis Benjamin

    August 29, 2016 at 12:58 pm

    Day 22
    My hostel is one of the best hostels in my school. The only feature that made it special was it’s good structure.Students staying off campus were always complaining of how buildings are always collapsing and no longer .A good building to start must have a good architectural design. Must building collapse because its poor standard. My hostel building is big, beautiful,strong and safe,with Emilinks doors, cupboard, wardrobes etc. Students are always trooping in and out in search of accommodation. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  27. chioma okeke

    August 29, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    #day 22 #MyDoorstory #Emilinks

    For me, the importance of building a home with quality materials is simply for peace of mind.
    Yes peace of mind, both for the landlord and the occupants of the house. We used to live in a rented apartment around Ogba before God Almighty blessed us with ours.
    The doors and windows of that house were of the lowest quality where oga landlord was trying to save cost. When the doors and windows are shut, there were wide holes/ spaces on the edges, allowing free passage to anything that wanted to come in e.g. water mosquito etc
    I recall vividly how we panicked whenever we saw signs of rain. If it was at night, We’d be awake keeping watch like a vigilante, placing clothes at the edge of the doors and windows (TOP & BOTTOM), folding our rug carpet, raising our mattresses etc etc. if it were during the day, wherever we were, we’d be rushing to get home before the rain starts in other to save the house from flooding.
    During the rainy season we are always very embarrassed to receive visitors at home, because of the odour from the flood and God help us the rain starts falling when the visitor is still around…. CHAI…Just picture in your head how embarrassed we would be feeling.
    The landlord on the other hand didn’t have peace either, even though he didn’t reside in that same building. The constant calls from tenants, shouting at the top of their voices asking him to come fix his house or refund our money. The regular labour money spent on repairs/patching, At the end of the day he had to remove the whole doors and replace them with Emilinks doors.
    Its really important to build a house with quality materials to avoid unnecessary embarrassment and most importantly to be at peace.

  28. Babatunde Tobi Emmanuel

    August 29, 2016 at 1:02 pm

    I am no prophet, although some may choose to call me that, or the voice of doom because I warned them but they refused to listen. I am no civil engineer also, but a man of reason, and I know that whatever is worth doing, is worth doing well!
    Two years back on February, I and two other of my close associate in office came up with a plan, we have been saving for a while, and accumulated around 2.5million naira each. We agreed to buy land and build houses close to each other in Ogun state. We bought the land, and started building.
    I spoke at length with my engineer, and told him not to manage, but build something solid and strong. He told me the amount I have can’t do much, that we should manage, but I declined, hoping and praying that God will provide. My friends in their egearness to own houses told their engineers to manage the cements, and bought blocks and building materials from cheap, inferior producers in spite of all my warnings.
    Last year Easter, they moved to their new houses after completing it, while I was still in the roofing stage because I spent all I had along the line, getting superb, brim and solid materials. I was jealous to say the truth, bit I waived it aside as one of those things.
    During the rainy season last year, around August the house of one collapsed, luckily killing no one because we were all at work then, and not quite long after the roofing of the other blew away with the rain. While they are now thinking on starting again, I’m now finished with my own house, remaining the doors, cabinet wardrobe and other little things. In this, I still plan to go for quality, because only a house built on a solid rock can last., and Emilinks I know is quality. So Emilinks expect me when my money is ready, cos I’ve got my eyes on you.
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory

  29. obasi amara

    August 29, 2016 at 1:05 pm

    Well arranged cloth in a good wardrobe ,depicts someone that is well organised. Use emilink wardrobes today# mydoorstory# #emilink#. #Day 22#

  30. chioma

    August 29, 2016 at 1:06 pm

    2014 was the year, we had only lived in this house for like 5 months, like you know how fresh everything usually is, the paint, the mirrors, doors, everything was just lush and on point, Dad had spent a good amount of money paying the vendors who carried out the furnishing of the house, this was our very first house, finally our own house, our joy knew no bound. I for one i’m very particular about my room, cause for me its kind of like my own little sanctuary. Now on first sighting, the room looked really nice to me, and I loved everything and absolutely couldn’t wait to put in my stuff and upload pictures online for my friends to see. Now on this particular day I was taking a picture before church as we were about to leave for church and BOOM! the wardrobe door comes crashing alongside the mirror on it; like till this day I absolutely cant believe it, for heaven’s sake everything in this house was new. Dad was devastated, for the first time ever in my life, I witnessed firsthand how catastrophic Inferior goods can be. A colleague of my dad’s at work suggested we try the Nigerian Brand door #Emilinks ( my first time hearing that), after much persistence, my dad who is usually skeptical about Nigerian Brands however went ahead and replaced our wardrobe with #Emilinks. it has been 2 yrs of this wonderful journey with #Emilinks and I have absolutely no regrets, like looking at it everyday just gives me so much joy.
    Thank God Dad currently plans on changing all the doors in the house to #Emilinks some tome next year, of course on my insistence.
    Thank You #Emilinks for defying all odds and producing real quality doors and furniture, may you continue to soar higher. Oshe oooo!!!!!!
    #Emilinks #My door story #day 22

  31. Hilary Amara

    August 29, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day
    22

    The importance of building houses with quality materials and not substandard materials in your home and/or the society cannot be over- emphasized. A lot of people have lost their properties, had bodily injuries and worst of all lost their lives due to substandard building materials. The need for people – You and I to never settle for less just because it is cheap is in order to save lives. If there must be a society, then there’s got to be people living in and making it up. Choosing susbstandard materials for a building can only bring sorrows and pain to not just those who it will have a direct impact on but to the society at large. This is so because it can cause collapse of such building, the building won’t last long, if there’s any form of natural disaster that building will be swept away alongside it.

    It is therefore vital to cross-check how a building was built before purchasing it or renting it if you are a tenant. If it happens to be a personal home, for the sake of you and your household, pls stay clear substandard building material. If enough money isn’t available for purchase of standard materials due to issues like financial constraints, then put the building project in hold. Make personal research on quality materials, their prices and authorized dealers. That way, you know what your budget will be.

  32. Oluwafunke

    August 29, 2016 at 1:15 pm

    I remember the last time I travelled from Kogi to Lagos. I got to Lagos so late at night due to the fact that there was rain and traffic.when I got down from the bus I hide myself under a building due to the rain.Then the rain reduced a bit I decided to leave the building and and get a cab to go home.
    I worked a few metres away then I heard a loud noise I taught it was a bomb so I ran. When I got to a place that I was save I stopped running i heard people saying it was a building that collapsed. I was so sorry for owner,but I taught to myself that why will people use bad materials to build houses? cause such building don’t last. Building a house with a good building materials provide safety to lives and property. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 22 @bellanaija.

  33. Falilat

    August 29, 2016 at 1:20 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #MyDay22
    @bellanaija, The importance of building houses with quality materials can not be over emphasized. . The frequency of collapse building structures in Nigeria in the past few years have become very alarming and worrisome and many lives and properties have been lost. for years have been hearing about collapsed building both in newspapers and from people but i never gave it much thought not until i witnessed it. There was a 5 storey building in my street that has been in existence for 2 years. which occupied lots of families.
    One day, there was a heavy rain and the building was shaking and the building was almost down. so, occupants of the house started screaming and people started running for their lives. while some people were trying to run for their lives the building collapsed and people were trapped under the building. many lives and properties were lost and i started asking myself questions and i realized that the building collapsed not because of the rain but because quack materials were used in building the house.
    So, to avoid buildings being collapsed, it’s is best to go for quality building materials such as Emilinks. #Emilinkssaves

  34. Madonna

    August 29, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    Leaving ones parents in the village all alone is not good. I can categorically remember one thing that happened some months back. Due to the bad state of my grandma’s health, my parents resolved to send me down to the village to stay with my grandma till they are able to get a caregiver that will be taking good care of her. The choice of the person to go was made because everybody around believes that grandma has a soft spot for me but I am no exception to grandma’s excessive complaints. She complains a lot. At first I was reluctant to go because of her complaint but one look from dad showed me that I have no choice in this matter. So I consoled myself with the thought of having to eat fresh mangoes and pears since it’s the season. I got ready and left.
    On reaching home, my grandmother was so happy to see me; she told me virtually everything that has happened in the village since we last visited. We rounded up with eating our local delicacy Abacha(African salad). Once its bedtime, I entered inside the house to arrange the bed, I discovered that the wood used in making the bed is bad and some part of it has fallen off making the mattress on top of to sink into the middle. This is the reason why she complains of waist pains. I managed to make the bed arranged and used some wood to hold it so that it can carry the two of us. So we slept, I noticed that something were biting me while we were sleeping but I chose to ignore it because I was very tired after the day’s journey. It was when water started splashing on me that I woke up with a fright only to find out that our roof was leaking water and the whole mattress has been soaked. I made quick effort to stand up immediately and the bed collapsed making my grandma to shout
    ‘Chai!!! Nwa I gbuo m, ukwu m (Chai!!! This child you have killed me, my waist.).
    I quickly offered my apology, grabbed the broom to sweep out the water, then I saw our big fat pregnant goat inside our room. I shouted. My grandma asked what the problem is and I pointed at the goat. I locked the door, how did this thing manage to enter here? That was when granny explained that due to the poor state of the door, that one head butt from a goat can open it and maybe the poor goat was running from the rain. I couldn’t sleep again and the rain continued through the night. Jesus, this is too risky.
    The next morning I called my parent and narrated the whole ordeal to them. I pleaded with them to change the bed, the roof and our door. Which they did to #Emilinks standard doors and bed. The roof was also changed. My grandma’s waist pain reduced and her health came back.
    Thanks to Emilinks for saving my grandma
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22

  35. ifunanya

    August 29, 2016 at 1:28 pm

    Day 22 #mydoorstory #emilinks.
    If you want to appreciate the quality of life, you need to pay me a visit at the hospital where I work as an accident and emergency nurse. Almost on a daily basis, I handle near death cases which could have easily been prevented. Prevention they say is better than cure,but many people do not heed that advice. One of the cases that I remember vividly was about six laborers that were victims of a collapsed building. The contractor had apparently been paid handsomely to build twin duplexes,only for him to buy cheap and substandard materials in order to make excess gain. The building project was well underway until it got to the roofing level and all came crashing down on the unfortunate six workers. They sustained serious injuries,ranging from smashed skull,broken ribs,internal bleeding to fractured legs and arms,excessive bleeding from multiple wounds and several cuts and bruises. The hospital was really bathed in blood that day! We had to do all we could to save their lives but unfortunately lost two of them who had a blunt puncture wound to the chest (the heart was affected) and the broken skull respectively. The other four are still recovering and i’m sure they have learned a lesson, albeit bitter. To build a house with quality materials is not as expensive as we think,apparently, greed is more expensive because it costs lives. Be wise today, do not work for contractors that want to make easy cash. Remember, a living dog is better than a dead lion.

  36. Yemisi

    August 29, 2016 at 1:29 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #MyDay22 @bellanaija
    Buildings, like all structures, are designed to support certain loads without deforming excessively. The loads are the weights of people and objects, the weight of rain and the pressure of wind–called live loads–and the dead load of the building itself.
    Collapse of buildings is not new to Nigeria, neither is it only peculiar to Nigeria, however that will not stop us from taking critical look at the situation and finding a solution to it.
    Collapse of building though can happen to any kind of building but the casualty of multistorey buildings can be so terrible.I asked myself what could have been the causes of collapsed building only to realized that quacks building materials is the major cause of collapsed building and to be on a safer side the best is to go for quality building materials like EMILINKS.
    Indeed i rep #Emilinks .

  37. David D

    August 29, 2016 at 1:31 pm

    Day22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    It’s not an easy task building a house in Rivers State especially in the swampy areas,not to talk of how expensive building materials cost. I remember when I started my building at elepranwo axis in port Harcourt city. I was discouraged by my family and friends because it was too swampy and a lot of houses built their has never lasted for more than 2-3years. I assured them that mine was going to be different,and indeed mine was different
    It’s been 7years and still counting,and my house is still in a perfect condition,not even a crack on the wall. All because I used quality and standard materials, I also ensured my workers were professionals.That was the secret to my house as people continue asking.
    To crown it all I used Emilinks furniture for all necessary part which needed furniture and that made my building stand out.
    Using good materials for building makes your building last long, improves the look of your environment,brings good health, saves lives and reduces expenses in future.
    Anything worth doing is worth doing well.

  38. obasi amara christiana

    August 29, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    Day 22#
    Sustainability should top the list of every builder when embarking on a building project. Standard building materials help sustain your building for a lifetime and improve the resale value of your building. Don’t just build to save cost, build to make your building a worthy investment and also build to save lives. Mydoorstory# Emilink#

  39. Madonna

    August 29, 2016 at 1:40 pm

    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    Leaving ones parents in the village all alone is not good. I can categorically remember one thing that happened some months back. Due to the bad state of my grandma’s health, my parents resolved to send me down to the village to stay with my grandma till they are able to get a caregiver that will be taking good care of her. The choice of the person to go was made because everybody around believes that grandma has a soft spot for me but I am no exception to grandma’s excessive complaints. She complains a lot. At first I was reluctant to go because of her complaint but one look from dad showed me that I have no choice in this matter. So I consoled myself with the thought of having to eat fresh mangoes and pears since it’s the season. I got ready and left.
    On reaching home, my grandmother was so happy to see me; she told me virtually everything that has happened in the village since we last visited. We rounded up with eating our local delicacy Abacha(African salad). Once its bedtime, I entered inside the house to arrange the bed, I discovered that the wood used in making the bed is bad and some part of it has fallen off making the mattress on top of to sink into the middle. This is the reason why she complains of waist pains. I managed to make the bed arranged and used some wood to hold it so that it can carry the two of us. So we slept, I noticed that something were biting me while we were sleeping but I chose to ignore it because I was very tired after the day’s journey. It was when water started splashing on me that I woke up with a fright only to find out that our roof was leaking water and the whole mattress has been soaked. I made quick effort to stand up immediately and the bed collapsed making my grandma to shout
    ‘Chai!!! Nwa I gbuo m, ukwu m (Chai!!! This child you have killed me, my waist.).
    I quickly offered my apology, grabbed the broom to sweep out the water, then I saw our big fat pregnant goat inside our room. I shouted. My grandma asked what the problem is and I pointed at the goat. I locked the door, how did this thing manage to enter here? That was when granny explained that due to the poor state of the door, that one head butt from a goat can open it and maybe the poor goat was running from the rain. I couldn’t sleep again and the rain continued through the night. Jesus, this is too risky.
    The next morning I called my parent and narrated the whole ordeal to them. I pleaded with them to change the bed, the roof and our door. Which they did to #Emilinks standard doors and bed. The roof was also changed. My grandma’s waist pain reduced and her health came back.
    Thanks to Emilinks for saving my grandma
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22

  40. obasi amara

    August 29, 2016 at 1:50 pm

    Sustainability should top the list of every builder when embarking on a building project. Standard building materials help sustain your building for a life time and improve the resale value of your building. Don’t just build to save cost, build to make your building a worthy investment and also build to save lives. Mydoorstory# emilink# Day 22

  41. Hilary Amara

    August 29, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day
    22

    The importance of building houses with quality materials and not substandard materials in your home and/or the society cannot be over- emphasized. A lot of people have lost their properties, had bodily injuries and worst of all lost their lives due to substandard building materials. The need for people – You and I to never settle for less just because it is cheap is in order to save lives. If there must be a society, then there’s got to be people living in and making it up. Choosing susbstandard materials for a building can only bring sorrows and pain to not just those who it will have a direct impact on but to the society at large. This is so because it can cause collapse of such building, the building won’t last long, if there’s any form of natural disaster that building will be swept away alongside it.

    It is therefore vital to cross-check how a building was built before purchasing it or renting it if you are a tenant. If it happens to be a personal home, for the sake of you and your household, pls stay clear substandard building material. If enough money isn’t available for purchase of standard materials due to issues like financial constraints, then put the building project in hold. Make personal research on quality materials, their prices and authorized dealers. That way, you know what your budget will be.

    Remember, there’s no society without you and I. Let’s build for our generations to come. Investment in trustworty materials is an investment for the future. Choose Emilinks and make them part of your standard living proof today.

  42. Tunde Adewumi

    August 29, 2016 at 2:06 pm

    Sustainability is meant to make something last. The main idea of using sustainable building materials is to construct a home that lasts and a longer-lasting home means lower maintenance costs and less up-keep. A cost reduction and extended life-span. Using suitable materials will also protect life. LAGOS, which the state government considers as a work in progress mega-city, is not new to buildings collapse having recorded several tragedies in that regard in the past few years, and the main cause of all this tragedies are lack of due process, due diligence as well as usage of sub-standard building materials has been responsible. So I employ contractors to start using substantial materials to build our houses. Thanks 🙂 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22

  43. kaycee

    August 29, 2016 at 2:11 pm

    <This twist of story in the emilinks contest is one that has taken me down a very gruesome memory lane. During my service, I was posted to a construction firm with the influence of my uncle. After spending 5 years in the university studying material engineering, I knew the importance of using quality materials in every form of constricting. On of my visits to the site I was been trained to supervise, I noticed a fault in the balusters. I noticed they weren't strong. I complained to the management and they said they will look into it but they dint. One fateful day, one of the builders was leaning on the baluster and unfortunately, it gave way and he fell down the flight of stairs. He was badly injured and was rushed to the hospital. When the management heard about the incident, they decided to investigate and found our the site engineer has been buying cheap and low quality balusters. He was sacked and made to return the money. It was a bad experience because people don't know how important it is to use quality materials in buildings and it has caused more harm than good. I trust Emilinks brand dem be baba! makers of high quality materials and building furniture. My boss never fails to use their materials in any building contract we have be it a house or an office. Their doors and wardrobes are worth every shilling .. Lol..

    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 22

  44. Lawson U

    August 29, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 22 In any architectural and construction project, especially one built for public consumption,
    quality is paramount. It is simply not enough that the elements are carefully and
    professionally designed. The look, feel, and structural integrity of the actual work must be
    completed as advertised. The finished project will become just as much a reflection of the
    architect’s work – if not more – as it is of the individual tradesman putting the pieces together
    .
    Therefore, the pedigree of the structural and finishing materials used should be of great
    concern to the architect.
    In many cases, perhaps all too often, general contractors are left to select which building
    materials are used. In the case of commonly accepted materials, this is often fine. However
    ,
    keep in mind that even the most upstanding contractor is first and foremost a businessman.
    The architecture is then a product that must be produced within a budget and on time. No
    matter how important a specific project may be to the designer personally, the GC is not as
    likely to make the same distinction.
    Architects certainly have the right to specify building materials and often do. The option to
    specify materials gives designers control over the virtue and finished appearance of their
    projects. In many cases, especially on high profile work, an architect will not leave the
    outcome of his or her project to chance. For example, the option to specify is increasingly
    being used on green projects, where the very intent of the architect’s vision would be lost
    without the right building materials. Material specification is also impor
    tant in projects with
    load-bearing elements for both safety and aesthetic reasons.

  45. Tee Kay Savior

    August 29, 2016 at 2:31 pm

    Nigeria is fast developing. Many people are building houses while others are engaging in real estate. Be it as it may, substandard buildings are everywhere, most builders are not concerned about quality houses rather they are more concerned with making a fortune out of every contract. They use substandard materials even to the extent of mixing one bag of cement with one trip of sand. Lives have been lost and lives are still being lost.
    However, the word”imported” does not guarantee quality. Most people are always running after imported materials for their buildings but we have seen alot of those buildings collapse, they couldn’t stand the test of time. It is often said in pidgin, “follow who know road”. Emilinks is the answer to all building materials across Nigeria. Why go for imported materials which are not quality guaranteed when we have Emilinks?
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Day22.

  46. Abraham Chijoke .O.

    August 29, 2016 at 2:33 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 22

    When building the first thing that comes into the mind of every builder is Material Quality and Material Cost,its quite unfortunate that a building that has just been built is been repaired because of the influx of substandard material.A building is suppose to be long term investment but these days the reverse is the case,individuals/firms use these materials with or without their knowledge and they end end spending more in maintenance.House that wre built about ten years ago cannot be compared with recently built houses this because back then materials used were of high quality,now when you go to buy these materials one is given low qaulity materials(china materials)as they been called.

    Because a builder of a house wants quality materials to be used in his project he goes to these elaborate show rooms to buy where he is milked dry in the name of original and still some of the materials are fake.Im not saying they are no standard materials in market any more,but it’s just difficult buying one especially when you are a novice.And when you know what you want you could still be tricked by these seller because the standard ones and the substard ones are so alike.Even when the owner of a building goes with his or her plumber/tiler at the end of the day he goes home with these same fake materials because the plumber/tiler would collaborate with the seller to supply the substandard goods to make more profit,i’ve seen this happen more often than i can count, I feel pity for houses in lagos especially the lekki area,due to the salty water in lagos low qaulity materials cant stand this salty water.

    I believe in this country very much as a young man and i believe for this country to change everyone has to contribute in one way or the other,i guess this is the only way i can contribute i just want every Nigerian to be aware and not to throw away their hard earned money

  47. Madonna

    August 29, 2016 at 2:41 pm

    @EmilinksNG @BellanaijaLeaving ones parents in the village all alone is not good. I can categorically remember one thing that happened some months back. Due to the bad state of my grandma’s health, my parents resolved to send me down to the village to stay with my grandma till they are able to get a caregiver that will be taking good care of her. The choice of the person to go was made because everybody around believes that grandma has a soft spot for me but I am no exception to grandma’s excessive complaints. She complains a lot. At first I was reluctant to go because of her complaint but one look from dad showed me that I have no choice in this matter. So I consoled myself with the thought of having to eat fresh mangoes and pears since it’s the season. I got ready and left.
    On reaching home, my grandmother was so happy to see me; she told me virtually everything that has happened in the village since we last visited. We rounded up with eating our local delicacy Abacha(African salad). Once its bedtime, I entered inside the house to arrange the bed, I discovered that the wood used in making the bed is bad and some part of it has fallen off making the mattress on top of to sink into the middle. This is the reason why she complains of waist pains. I managed to make the bed arranged and used some wood to hold it so that it can carry the two of us. So we slept, I noticed that something were biting me while we were sleeping but I chose to ignore it because I was very tired after the day’s journey. It was when water started splashing on me that I woke up with a fright only to find out that our roof was leaking water and the whole mattress has been soaked. I made quick effort to stand up immediately and the bed collapsed making my grandma to shout
    ‘Chai!!! Nwa I gbuo m, ukwu m (Chai!!! This child you have killed me, my waist.).
    I quickly offered my apology, grabbed the broom to sweep out the water, then I saw our big fat pregnant goat inside our room. I shouted. My grandma asked what the problem is and I pointed at the goat. I locked the door, how did this thing manage to enter here? That was when granny explained that due to the poor state of the door, that one head butt from a goat can open it and maybe the poor goat was running from the rain. I couldn’t sleep again and the rain continued through the night. Jesus, this is too risky.
    The next morning I called my parent and narrated the whole ordeal to them. I pleaded with them to change the bed, the roof and our door. Which they did to #Emilinks standard doors and bed. The roof was also changed. My grandma’s waist pain reduced and her health came back.
    Thanks to Emilinks for saving my grandma
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22

  48. Blessing Onyeke

    August 29, 2016 at 2:53 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 22
    The use of substandard building materials have been partly and in some cases wholly responsible for the high incident of building collapse in the country. Substandard building materials also lead to various cases of structural deformation some buildings experience frequently within a short period of time. Cracked walls, leaking roofs, and susceptibility to flooding are some of the signatures of buildings that arose from substandard materials

    Invariably, the use of substandard building materials cannot lead to the sustainability of any building. Such buildings will likely not be standing years to come and may not last for future generations.

    Sustainability should top the list of every builder when embarking on a building project.

    Standard building materials help sustain your building for a lifetime and improves the resale value of your building. Don’t just build to save cost, build to make your building a worthy investment.

  49. Wisdom

    August 29, 2016 at 3:06 pm

    It all started like a joke? The house my dad built and we have lived in it not even more than a year, started falling apart right before my eyes.

    At about 1:00AM on the 21st day of July in the year 2014, The MPH of the wind increased fairly. All of a sudden, the building started vibrating. Because I was the only one at home that night, I ran out immediately. Though the wind was fair, the building started crumbling. “Just like that?”, I said in awe. The house collapsed just like a pack of sand.

    Thank God I was the only one at home that night but we lost all our properties.

    What we thought was a blessing became a curse just because the contractor we awarded the building project to subsided the money and used all manner of substandard materials. The bricks, doors, windows and roof were all counterfeits. And this almost cost me my life.

    In this country, we have experienced a lot of catastrophe just because of the use of substandard materials in buildings. The one that shocked the general public was the collapse of the guesthouse in The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations premises in Lagos, killing at least 115 people. Though there were a lot of speculation, the common denominator was that the guesthouse was built with substandard materials.

    Lives and properties worth millions of dollars have gone down the drain because of the use of substandard materials, therefore, the importance of the use of quality materials cannot be over emphasized.
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Day 22

  50. Prince Roy

    August 29, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day22
    A building is a structure with a roof and walls standing in one place such as house
    The importance of building with quality materials cannot be overemphasized ,it has several advantages attached to it
    Firstly when you build with quality material it may be costly as at the time you are building but has a long lasting value ,secondly it prevents untimely death to your household and society at large
    Thirdly it has a lasting value so you don’t need to disturb yourself over renovations and changing of bad parts after few months ,so help yourself and the society to buy the quality building materials because the benefits last for a life long #sayno to substandard material ,save yourself save our society .

  51. bryan

    August 29, 2016 at 3:16 pm

    @bellanaijaonline #Emilinks #BellaNaija #MyDoorStory
    A house is a building or structure serving as a dwelling for one or more person, especially for a family.
    A place that is most important to me is my home. ​For every person, some places hold great importance. To me, my home is the most important place where I live and spend most of the time. My home provides me with shelter that is very important for me. I feel safe and secure while at home. Almost all of my tensions become extinct just when I place my first foot in my home. I believe that home is the most peaceful place in the world where there is no tension or stress.
    My home provides me with every facilities that I need in my life.
    My house is build with high class quality materials such as Emilinks Woods for the roofing, doors, wardrobes, kitchen cabinet etc. Which makes my house stronger, powerful ?, reliable and secure for me and my family.
    My house, my paradise.

  52. Duni

    August 29, 2016 at 3:18 pm

    I packed beside the white building with a ‘To Let’ signage and rested my head on the steering wheel.

    I was exhausted.

    For four days, I had been driving all over Lagos, looking for a reasonable 2-bedroom flat within my budget – and I still hadn’t found accommodation.

    I had been told I was too picky: ‘It’s Lagos for you!’ – but how could I stay in a house with substandard materials?
    Having a father in real estate, and an architect mother didn’t help in making my choice easier. I knew too much about these things.

    Poor finishing was the least of it. Cheap wiring, bad plumbing, weak furniture seemed to be the norm. I shuddered to think of the cement-sand ratio.

    I got out, walked to the house and pressed the bell. The agent opened the door immediately. He had been expecting me.

    I stepped in. One glance around, and I asked ‘How much?’

    He was startled. ‘Don’t you want to look around first?’

    ‘Nope. How much?’

    He told me. It was N10,000 above my budget, but I wrote the check immediately.

    Three months later, he dropped by to find out if I was enjoying my place. I replied ‘Very much.’

    ‘That’s good,’ he answered, looking around and nodding satisfactorily. Then his curiosity finally got the better of him. ‘So,what made you decide immediately on the first day – just like that?’ He snapped his fingers for emphasis.

    I grinned hugely and pointed around. ‘The doors. My parents always told me: anyone who builds with Emilinks doors will pay attention to details.’

    #Emilinks #MyDoor Story #Day 22

  53. wisdom

    August 29, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    It all started like a joke? The house my dad built and we have lived in it not even more than a year, started falling apart right before my eyes.

    At about 1:00AM on the 21st day of July in the year 2014, The MPH of the wind increased fairly. All of a sudden, the building started vibrating. Because I was the only one at home that night. I ran out immediately. Though the wind was fair, the building started collapsing. “Just like that?”, I said in awe. The house collapsed just like a pack of sand.

    Thank God I was the only one at home that night but we lost all our properties.

    What we thought was a blessing became a curse just because the contractor we awarded the building project to subsided the money and used all manner of substandard materials. The doors and windows were all counterfeits. And this almost cost my life. If a contractor does not use Emilinks product, I will certainly doubt his integrity. Because you cannot swim in a river and not be soaked with water.

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Day22

  54. Glory

    August 29, 2016 at 3:34 pm

    The influx of substandard building materials into our market is worrisome. Going to a place that you are certain to get original building materials is not a guarantee for you anymore, which is why i advise people to build houses from the scratch and not just buy new already made houses. As they would not be present to determine specifics like the exact depth of foundation needed for a particular house. Take for example, a contactor may have in mind to build a two story building, and thus dig the foundation for that and starts building, if along the way he encounters money, he may decide to build 4 stories on that same two story foundation, how will a buyer know this fact? This may lead to building collapse over years, leading to loss of lives. Therefore, I urge people to either oversee the building of their own houses or involve someone they trust. This will also enable them buy quality materials and install quality finishing products like Emilink doors, Kitchen Cabinets and wardrobes from the start, thus reducing renovations cost for an already made house. However, if they still choose to buy, they should conduct proper investigations before buying. #Day 22 #Emillinks #MyDoorStory @bellanaija

  55. Ezinne R

    August 29, 2016 at 3:39 pm

    Day22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory.
    I am Single mother and an entrepreneur,i work hard daily to cater for me and my children,paying the house rent wasn’t helping matters so I made a decision to build mine. hey!!!!! Here comes the gossip of all times “see this lady she has a child already and now wants to build a house,which man will marry her like that??..I pity her” I turned deaf ears to all that was said and built my house. I used quality materials and employed knowledgeable people for it. It wasn’t easy cause materials were expensive and paying workers was times 2.but I said to myself the house rent I was paying wasn’t worth it, today it’s the toilet, tomorrow rain is dropping inside the house. That encouraged me to do mine better cause I don’t want to pass through such stress. Now I’m married,i live in my husband’s house and rented mine. My tenants are testimonies. Quality and standard buildings keep u safe and reduces stress.thanks

  56. MICHEAL

    August 29, 2016 at 3:42 pm

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 22
    Building materials are any material which is used for construction purpose. They are what we use in building houses. A house is a building for human habitation & our first source of shelter against the sun, rain, noise, wild animals etc. it is where we keep our possessions and properties. It is our home. Building houses with substandard materials puts us at the risk of losing these properties and more so our lives in the events of mud slides, floods, tornadoes and other natural disasters. It is important to build with quality materials that can withstand pressure and keep us safe. We can be sure when we go out, we will come back to meet our house still standing. Quality materials like Emilinks gives us this assurance and reliability.

  57. Glory

    August 29, 2016 at 3:42 pm

    The influx of substandard building materials into our market is worrisome. Going to a place that you are certain to get original building materials is not a guarantee for you anymore,and many contractors are not bothered to look for quality materials. Which is why i advise people to build houses from the scratch and not just buy already made houses, as they would not be present to determine specifics like the exact depth of foundation needed for a particular house. Take for example, a contactor may have in mind to build a two story building, and thus dig the foundation for that and starts building, if along the way he comes across more money, he may decide to build 4 stories on that same two story foundation and with substandard materials, so he will gain more, How will a buyer know this fact? This may lead to building collapse over years, leading to loss of lives. Therefore, I urge people to either oversee the building of their own houses or involve someone they trust so they can use quality materials and finishing products like Emilink doors, Kitchen Cabinets and wardrobes from the start,thus reducing renovations cost for an already made house. However, if they still choose to buy, they should conduct proper investigations before buying. #Day 22 #Emillinks #MyDoorStory @bellanaija

  58. Rita

    August 29, 2016 at 3:46 pm

    #EMILINKS #MyDoorStory #Bellanaija #Day22
    The value of one life cannot be compared to gain of using sub standard materials in building a house.
    Imagine coming back from the toilings of the day under heavy sun of July, very hungry because the little you have left in your pocket is your transport fare back home. Coming home at 6pm, having a cold shower, eating left over rice and finally settling down to sleep in the only room where the pains of the world cannot get to you.
    Gbammmmm, you try to move but your legs are stiff, you hear shouts around and opening your eyes, you see your roof on top of you and the rest is history.
    This is the story of Mr Okoro, a 33 years old Architect that substandard house have left crippled for 3 years. A dream that was shattered because of substandard house, who knows he would have been a great Architect in our country today but his dream was cut short.
    This is just one of the many evils of sub standard houses, Our society cannot be great if we continue to kill dreams of great citizens through sub standard houses.
    It may be your relation tomorrow, let’s all join hands with EMILINKS and say NO to Sub standard houses.
    #Emilinks…. Safe guarding Nigerians from inception.

  59. Edetanlen Godwin

    August 29, 2016 at 3:46 pm

    It was shocking to hear about the collapse of magnificent edifice worth 60 million naira(#60,000,000) built by the a chief in Amuke community. News around town had it that the building project was handled by a fraudulent contractor who specializes in using substandard materials in his building projects.
    It all started after torrential rainfall that lasted 5hrs submerged he community in flood reaching 2meters. Houses built decades ago remain in their architectural position but only the house of the chief built 2yrs ago turned into a heap of rubble owning to the story that later came out that the contractor who handled the project used substandard materials. This is not the first time such disaster is happening in this part of the world were the quest for money has resulted to the use of inferior and substandard materials by contractors who are not interested in the quality of their work but after the financial benefit from such huge project.
    There are many houses but only a few homes exist. There is a difference living in luxury and living in comfort.
    One can live in a luxuriant house but won’t be comfortable because the materials used are substandard.
    Using the right materials for building can assure one of comfortability.
    How then can we recognize the right materials? The answer to this is not far fetch. Emilinks is the best choice for all housing materials.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day22

  60. blessing A

    August 29, 2016 at 3:49 pm

    #Emilinks #Day22 @bellanaija

    A house is a building that serves as living quarters for one or a few families:When you start your custom infill home building project, you will want to choose a reputable company to design and construct your new home, and it is important to be sure that they are using quality building materials throughout the process.The first step you should take to ensure that you contractor or builder uses high-quality material is to do some research. Make sure that your contractor and their team has extensive experience in constructing the type of home you’re looking to build. Ask if you can visit some completed project sand get a feel for the quality of materialsused in those homes.
    After that provide adequate quality materials for them.
    Also make sure you purchase Emilinks housing product such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for a safe and Happy living.
    Remember , building a house with quality materials prevents loss of properties and lifes.
    Be wise!! Choose #Emilinks
    Thanks☺

  61. igbecha

    August 29, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    Day 22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    One cold raining night we were inside our house and heard a loud thud,GBUMMMM,dat was wat were heard while the earth beneath us shook! I tot it was an earthquake… My only consolation was that, I knew we don’t experience earthquakes in Nigeria… We rush out, everyone in the neighbourhood rushed out too, and we discovered that the new duplex that was completed barely 3 months ago has been crumbled to pieces… The duplex collapsed, destroying the two cars parked outside… Thank God no life was lost but I can imagine the properties that was destroyed, television, furnitures, plumbing materials, kitchen appliances, etc! The owner of the house travelled out wit his family dat was their saving grace. No one had the courage to call them and pass the bad news… The advantages of quality materials cannot be over emphasized! Use quality and standard materials, Use Emilinks… They re the best

  62. ovigwere

    August 29, 2016 at 4:06 pm

    Day 22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    There’s a saying that goes, anything worth doing is worth doing well… My friend and I both got loans from a microfinance bank for building. We agreed to build 4 bungalows each with the money gotten,then pay pack over the period of three years. My friend came to my office one day so happy, she told me dat she met a contractor who told her he could used the money and build 7 bungalows instead of the 4 bungalows we agreed… She said he told her there is a place in contonu where building materials are gotten at a very low price. I tried as a friend to talk her out of it but to no avail! She continued wit her 7 bungalows plan while I continued with my 4 bungalows… It’s been 5years now, I have been able to pay back the loan and I’m still enjoying my property. Sadly my friend has a different story entirely, she hasn’t been able to pay back her loan and she barely has tenants because abt 2years ago, the septic tank of one of the bungalows broke and a 1yr old baby fell in and died! Since then, tenants are always running away frm the compound! I can give this testimony because I used quality and standard materials from Emilinks. It is better to go for the best and have peace than use Substandard materials and be restless. Use Emilinks. Emilinks is tested and trusted!

  63. Remmy

    August 29, 2016 at 4:12 pm

    Most people take buildings and structures for granted. They overlook the fact that these structures are laid down and constructed one small piece at a time. It is actually these small solid pieces that make up structures ranging from simple buildings to mega structures. The common belief that cheaper is always better is flawed when it comes to building materials. It is also important to note that the quality of building materials cannot be overlooked if you wish to construct a structure which is both physically and technically safe and sound. The poorly designed structure and low quality materials used are the primary reasons contributing to the collapse of buildings which resulted in widespread damages and loss of lives. Day22 #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #BellaNaija

  64. Praise

    August 29, 2016 at 4:20 pm

    Day22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    As if Emilinks knew….This is a life report from Abuja. A 3 storey building collapsed this morning killing 3 people. If only the building was standard and quality materials were used, such incident wouldn’t had occurred, now it has left the area in havoc and mourning,3 souls are lost already. Using good materials and employing professionals is paramount. It disrupt certain things like
    1.Loss of lives
    2.Destruction of properties
    3.chaos in the vicinity
    4.Additional expenses.
    But with standard buildings,all these are averted.

  65. Dimma

    August 29, 2016 at 4:21 pm

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

  66. Dimma

    August 29, 2016 at 4:21 pm

    Day 22 #emilinks #mydoorstory.
    This is the story of my life as a spoiled brat. I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth. A wealthy family,hence I never learned the first lesson about prudence. I had everything I wanted and even the ones I did not want found their way to me. Because of this,i never knew anything called struggle or hardship or priorities nor did I know or care about quality over quantity. Everything and I mean everything money could buy was at my disposal,but unfortunately money cannot buy wisdom. I wouldn’t blame my parents because every parent wants the best for their children. I grew up with that mind set until I got married. We were living comfortably in a rented 2 bedroom apartment in Port Harcourt. Everybody in PH knows that houses are crazily expensive here,the best thing that could happen to any family in PH is to own their own house. And so we started building. Few months to the completion of our house,the landlord of our rented apartment gave us quit notice, not even putting into consideration that I was heavily pregnant. We were at a loss of what to do and renting another apartment in such a short notice was not an option. in as much as we could manage an uncompleted building, our new house had no doors or windows and the economy at that time was so tight. Family they say,is everything. So I called my mum and confided in her hoping to get some money from her. Wise woman,she told me,” mma nwa m, your father and I did not give you the best things in life because we had money. You had the best because we made wise and prudent choices. I’m going to show you people where your father buys all the furniture we use in the house.” Talk about teaching me how to fish instead of giving me the fish. She drove over the next day and took my husband to Emilinks show room,where they had assortments of doors,wardrobes and furniture. My husband thought the cash we had was never going to be enough because of how beautiful and exquisite the doors and wardrobes were,but he was wrong! He even had some change left after all the purchases. We had always thought that quality things must be bought with so much money. It’s 5 years now, and looking back,I must confess that, that was one of the wisest choices we made because the doors and wardrobes have passed the test of time! Thanks to my prudent mum and Emilinks for teaching us that the best things in life do not cost much!

  67. Sonia

    August 29, 2016 at 4:37 pm

    #MydoorStory
    #Day22
    #Emilinks
    #Bellanaija
    Building a house is not an easy process as we all know.. It requires adequate thinking and planning.. A random survey of the opinions of most Nigerians concerning erecting a building shows that QUANTITY is placed as priority rather than QUALITY.. And you get sentences like “”O boy shawn DAT tin, man go die 1 day, make I manage jor, hu Quality hep?”” This is a WRONG perspective about building houses and life in general.. Trust me when you build with quality materials and furniture you save yourself a lot of future stress and repairs. So today join me.. Let’s say NO!! to QUANTITY and YES!! to QUALITY!! Why manage when you can get the BEST NOW and even at affordable prices? Say YES!! to QUALITY and AFFORDABILITY! Say YES! to EMILINKS!!

  68. Bethel

    August 29, 2016 at 4:38 pm

    Day 22
    My uncle’s house is like heaven on Earth.When he was building it he ordered for the best quality doors from Emilinks, wardrobe, kitchen cabinet,bed frames etc all from Emilinks.He also called the best architects. Hard work really pays. Me and my siblings always run down to his house whenever we are putting on a good attire in order to have a nice snap shot.The house is so solid that I think it will stay beautiful forever. A good house is beautiful, solid and safe.The last touch to a good house is an Emilinks door
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  69. Olubunmi

    August 29, 2016 at 4:50 pm

    Day 22 #Emilinks #BellaNaija #MyDoorStory

    A thing of beauty is a joy forever. This is applicable to houses especially when the quality of the building materials is not compromised for cost. Our house has been standing for almost four years and asides minor repairs (like installing Emilinks fittings), it is still standing strong.
    However, it has not always been like that. We have come close to calamity on a few occasions. While living in a rented apartment, the greedy landlord would collect the rent when due but would never perform minor repairs. At the same time, he wouldn’t give us permission to fix the ceiling that had begun to leak whenever it rained or build a loft over the window to prevent rain from trickling in.
    One fateful night, it rained cats and dogs. Apart from the roof and windows that were leaking, rain started to seep in from under the door. We immediately got to work, mopping water and moving our property to drier areas. After a while, out of sheer frustration and hopelessness, we huddled up in a corner. It was pointless packing water out because the more we worked, the more the water flowed in.
    Then calamity struck. A wooden beam that had been weakened by water fell, bringing splinters of asbestos with it. But for the quick reflexes of my elder brother, he would have been severely injured. He got away with minor scratches on his arm and leg.
    By morning, we were weary with exhaustion. Nobody could go to work. We salvaged what was left of our property and put some outside to dry.
    While I was outside, I heard a loud noise. The wall where I had just spread my clothes collapsed. It was a close shave.
    The landlord came round and offered his apologies but my dad would not have any of it. The collapsing of the roof and wall could easily have led to our deaths.
    Of course, the landlord did the necessary repairs but my dad started planning to build our house. He wasn’t earning much but he told us that he couldn’t skimp on quality. He paid for Emilinks doors and windows which are unarguably the best in Nigeria.
    When people ask me for building advice, I tell them one thing. If you want your house to last a year, buy substandard materials. If you want your house to last forever, use Emilinks. Emilinks will save you a lot of lives, property, time, money and tears.

  70. onyinyechi

    August 29, 2016 at 5:08 pm

    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory
    Day22
    Buildings are created for different purposes i.e living, storage like warehouses etc. The importance of using quality materials are:
    1. To secure lives and properties
    2. The house is not prone to collapse unlike those using substandard materials
    3. To save cost, that is you don’t spend money for unnecessary repairs
    4. The house is not endangering anyone in the society.
    We have @Emilinks, a brand with Good doors, Wardrobes, to match a building built well using Quality materials.

    Having a good foundation is key. We can imagine how many lives could have been saved if we have a good structure in the Government that checks properties using substandard materials. These would curb the negligence of these ‘landlords’.

  71. daniel eze

    August 29, 2016 at 5:12 pm

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Ewooo!!! What is ur problem? My aunt gave a loud cry that almost brought down the roof of the house. Why did you not cover the food on the table? Is like you have forgotten the rat and cocroach situation in this house, she questioned my cousin Joe.

    Not long after we had breakfast and joe and i sat at the pavement charting, we heard a loud call of joe’s name. Joe! Did you leave my wardrobe open again, i something wrong with your head?
    Oh! Another rat problem. Look he said to me, i am tired of all these rats. It’s just like they cant be gotten rid off no matter what strategy you impose. These rats are witchcraft rats he concluded.

    Joe! His aunty called again (this time angrier) you left the kitchen door open…
    Oh mum you know that door, although it’s new but i think it’s a fake door. It must be a chinko product i added jokingly.

    At dinner, i decided to be stingy but share my experience and a lasting solution. They were all surprised when i said i had the solution to their rat problem, it seemed like i was trying to mock them at first but no!

    I started, your problem as i have clearly observed is due to the use of substandard products in tìs house. But today introduce to you the one most trusted company that serves better than the best. OMG!!! all eyes was on me that i almost forgot the name of the company.

    Yes! I continued it is the EMILINKS. After much breiffing on the Emilinks my aunt lost appatiete and couldn’t wait for the next day to approach.

    A week after i’ve returned to Abuja from Enugu where i stayed with them, i recieved an e-mail from Joe thanking me for saving him all the troubles he has been having with his mum. I dont want to share this part of my story so you dont get jealous of me but i will. That same day i got joe’s msg, i also recieved an alert of #10,000 thanking me for introducing EMILINKS.
    No more troubles with #Emilinks

  72. Chiebonam Ani

    August 29, 2016 at 5:49 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory day 22

    my father house was completed last December but remained the furnishing , my father suggested that which kind of door will be okay for this our new house, my mother been an economists suggested we go for the cheap plywood doors, then my father pointed to me saying Miss what is your own idea, then I stated as follows, though what mum sy said is good but I will disagreed with her, dad did you there is one door name that is raining now and hard is cheap and is of great standard, then my father ask me whats the name, and me the been a novice I told him the name is #Emlink then he decided to make enquiry on it which he later bought because of it’s genuine standard, the funniest aspects of it is when he returned with those doors, and he said can you imagine one putting a substandard door in a house like this? then he concluded Miss Chi thanks for your idea though people there at the shop said you misspelled it that its called #EmilinksGlobalFurnitures and not #Emlink. Thereafter I said yes daddy, so now back to the main reasons of written this post a house can not be classified as a good house if it failed to carry on it with standards door most especially doors and other furniture’s from #Emilinks

  73. Michael

    August 29, 2016 at 6:03 pm

    My mum opened a small restaurant where she managed to sell food, sometimes we the children go there to assist her, she was offered a place earlier on the other street before ours but she complained it was too expensive so she didn’t take it, instead she went for a cheaper one which is where we are now, the building materials looked less stronger than that of the other place we were offered, so we had to change the doors to Emilinks door and the window too, after the whole spending it was truly cheaper then, so we were convinced it was a wise thing to do.
    We stayed there for months until the day of reckoning came, we were three helping our mum in the restaurant that afternoon as usual, some customers were inside eating while rain was falling outside, it wasn’t the first rain to fall while we were there so it was a normal thing, when the rain got heavier the wind was so strong that it blew off the zinc roof the building had leaving the restaurant open to the rain, everybody was shocked at first, but the heavy rain soon brought us back to reality, all the customers eating and those waiting for the rain to subside had to find there way leaving just myself, my two siblings and my mum, still in the restaurant but under the rain we tried to pack up somethings but there was really nothing we could do. We were forced to close early that day, we packed our stuff and left still under the rain, on our way back we saw the other building we ought to have taken months ago still standing strong, it was someone else’s restaurant now, ‘we should have taken this’ my mum said, but it was too late, now we would spend more to fix a good roof and that’s not to count our loss that day. It was an experience that day, though we had a good door but a bad roof so we paid the heavy price, when it comes to a building every part of it must be of good standard. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 22

  74. Vivian

    August 29, 2016 at 6:23 pm

    Day 22.
    My mum doesn’t subscribe to our early marriage, but obviously my husbands fashionable choice of products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for our new home excites her very much.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  75. Oluwole abel

    August 29, 2016 at 6:30 pm

    Day 22
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    It was mid-august in the year 2013 when Nigeria experienced one of the most severe rainfall. It has been raining for seven days non-stop and the wind was blowing hard that night when our neighbors roofing sheet was pried open by the wind. All their properties were soaked, some destroyed and part of the house was damaged due to excessive intake of water.
    Meanwhile my dads house has been built almost fifteen years before his and it stood through the night and has undergone worse situations.
    Finally it was daybreak and i went with my dad to offer our condolensces over the damaged property. After offering this and on our way leaving my neighbor called my dad and asked him how his house is still standing after so many has fallen in the neighborhood? And my dad answered dilligently that he got a contractor dealing in quality products such as Emilinks Nigeria products. My dad connected him with the contractor for renovations.
    The following year something similar happened but not with my neighbor. He has joined one of the few still standing.
    Emilinks=quality=standard=durable=good ??

  76. Franky

    August 29, 2016 at 6:52 pm

    There has been many cases of building collapsing on people due to either bad workmanship or substandard products, so when my dad was given the contract to build our new church, he left no stone unturned, he took every detail seriously, he personally supervised the buying of all the building materials and spent time at the site. After the project the building came out very good, from the foundation to the roof no detail was spared, there has been a struggle on the ownership of land between the church and a certain family, the family was about to loose the case so they reported to the state ministry of housing and development that the structure was made of substandard materials and should be closed down because the risk it possed to lives , when the ministry came for inspection they were amazed as to why someone could cook up such a lie, the confessed that the building was good and met every required standard, so our church passed the test. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 22

  77. Victorious

    August 29, 2016 at 8:48 pm

    Day 22
    See one!, see another!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh!! oh I shouted jumping up and down like a chicken.Tomi shouted again kill am!!!!!!!.Everyone at home was tired. Rats had taken over everything in our house.. They ate almost everything, foodstuffs, pepper, fish everything in the house including Maggi. My mum’s wrappers has been destroyed by rats. I was pissed off because termites were feasting on my clothes.My dad was so angry,he saw nO reason why newly built house will be having wide holes around the walls. I too wondered how a house we just moved in two months ago will be cracking.It was a tragedy for the family.My dad had been dupped, he was supplied fake materials When he was building our house. We had no option but to park out before the house collapses.A house made of poor equipments never lasts long and it also dangerous. Get wise now, Use Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Emilinks ‎

  78. Muhammad Adamu

    August 29, 2016 at 10:36 pm

    A home is the seed from which the plant of life grows and branches out into relationships, children, and happy memories. Best wishes on your housewarming. .A house with walls joined by trust, love, and commitment needs no other decoration. Congratulations. Knowing that you have a beautiful home to go back to will make even the busiest work days seem manageable. Congratulations on becoming the proud owner of such a home. The difference between renting and buying is the difference between a houseand a home. Wish you all the very best in your new home. The key to your new home signifies a new chance at life. Congratulations and allthe best.6.Home is a word that symbolizes love, trust, progress, memories, and relationships. I hope you are blessed with all of these and more. .The walls of a rented place make you feel safe while the walls of your own homemake you feel secure. Goodluck and best wishes on your housewarming. A home is where you can be yourself and live out all your idiosyncrasies withoutbeing judged. Cherish it; treasure and enjoy every moment of living in your new home. .Every brick and piece of plywood in your new home represents the struggle andhard work it took to becomea homeowner. Congratulations, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. A home is the only place where the heart, mind, body, and soul can all findpeace. Cheers for your new home. #emilinks #mydoorstory #day22

  79. Chinenye Molokwu

    August 29, 2016 at 11:23 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day22
    Drip, drip, drip!! I felt I was dreaming I was under the rains but the more I stretched on my bed, the more I felt the rain. I woke up to find my bed soaked with water. Lo and behold, our roof was leaking!
    By the time I got to the parlor, everywhere was flooded with water to the knee level. My dad was shouting, my mum was praying and my younger siblings were crying.
    I had to coordinate everyone to ensure we don’t lose everything. We began to pack our treasured belongings that could be salvaged. My mum’s wrappers which she bought for sale from Togo were all soaked and muddied beyond repair, my documents wee drenched and spoilt and our furniture destroyed. We packed the little we could and moved to my Uncles house while our roof was fixed.
    My dad called me aside and warned me to ensure I use the right materials irrespective of cost whenever I decide to build my own house. He had gone the route of penny wise and pound foolish! That was an advice too late for him to take but for me, I’ve began window shopping for my Emilinks doors and furniture. Lightning will not strike twice!

  80. Abiodun Akinwole Thythylayormee

    August 29, 2016 at 11:50 pm

    Day 22 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory @bellanaijaonline
    A building built with quality building materials stays while a building made with substandard materials collapse… I have witnessed it… Not dat I was told… During my school day in Ibadan and many of us know how houses are built in Ibadan… Some will build a room on their land without bathroom and toilet… And they will leave there…
    This fateful day, as usual, as, student, I was in my one room rented apartment.. The rain was heavy seriously… Thunder striking as if d cloud would drop… The erosion was floody… I only knew I heard a big sound but I only shouted ‘BLOOD OF JESUS ‘ cuz no one could go out in my building to see what actually happened and I was afraid and so did my fellow students in d building… The rain stopped after 8 hours…. By d time I came outside to see what happened…. It was Mummy Matthew (a woman leaving not far from my house)’S house dat seriously and Honourably collapse to d extent dat it was inputs roofing dat was on d floor flat… And God really saved them cuz she (mum Matthew) and two of Her children were inside d building..the remaining older ones had followed their dad to farm… She was able to push the kids out fast enough but she sustained injury and was taking to hospital…. Though she didn’t die but she preferred to die…..
    Instead of her to be thanking God,,, she was telling people dat d house could have killed her to save her from embarrassment

    Guess what happened?
    She borrowed money from LAPO(lapo is a body fat borrows people money, to do business or build houses with huge interest,,, but they will return it per week…. But d taboo there is…. U must not miss a week without paying d money… They usually call it GBOMULE LANTERN)) to build d house.. She and her husband (farmer and also an illiterate) the scene is to be continued after this short break.. Lol

    Break time.; quality materials and an expensively experience contractor make a good building,, a good building can spend 80yrs and nothing will happen not like substandard building dat can collapse anytime
    Some people go for substandard materials cuz they are stingy, or lack knowledge… Anyone dat knows d meaning of house Will go for quality and not substandard….
    If u have a quality building materials then be assured u need Emilinks door, wardrobe, cabinet, shelves, cuz Emilinks has come to put an end to substandard door, cabinet and others…So go for Emilinks

    WELCOME BACK;
    And they have been paying back gradually before d collapse due to substandard materials and management of cement and other materials… so mum Matthew knew d rules… That was why she said she should kuku die… So when the LAPO OFFICIALS heard they came over.. And sympathise with them.. And when dey were leaving, they reminded them not to forget next week contribution on Thursday o.. Mum Matthew held their legs crying and pleading… But the LAPO response was ‘MADAM WE ARE NOT THE OWNERS OF THE LAPO COMPANY……. that was how my Matthew fainted…
    —–END—-
    If they had waited for quality materials, it wouldn’t have been like dat….
    A journey of a year now took them more dan 8yrs by renting apartment and all dat….

    Don’t worry Emilinks will soon go for everything needed to build standard houses and not substandard ones….

  81. Experience

    August 29, 2016 at 11:55 pm

    Day 22
    If there’s one thing I love going to the airport for apart from traveling is it’s Building. The structures are outstanding,unique,innovative and exquisite. As you can see from the picture the building is made of glass.That alone protects the outsiders from the outside view.There was this heavy storm that occurred. It was so heavy that people including traders, passers bye, drivers etc had to find refuge in the building till the storm went down #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎

  82. Egwoum Blessing

    August 29, 2016 at 11:56 pm

    Day22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    July 10th 2016 is a day i will never forget in a hurry. I
    woke up to a beautiful morning and went off to work’. As a dentist, and working in a private clinic,as usual clinic duties were already piling up for me…lolsss
    I could hear my medical director calling out to me,that every Patient must be attended to. Just few hours into the day’s duty,it started raining heavily,then suddenly water was pouring down on us in the surgery!!!
    Lo and behold,the roof was leaking! Patients were moving about the surgery,in a bid to avoid the leaking areas,but to no avail! Every one got wet,even our shoes!
    To say i was embarrassed, will be an understatement!
    I could see the shame,embarrasement and anger written all over the face of my MD .He did all he could to calm the perplexed and complaining Patients; who were now no longer patient, but impatient with us. “what kind of clinic is this??” i could hear one of them saying at the top of his voice. Some pretended to bear with us in the situation, but i knew in my heart we had lost most of the Patients for that day.
    It’s a shame that such an edifice as the one my clinic occupy, is constructed with substandard materials.
    For state of the art building and construction, Emilinks still remains the best and trusted company for the supply of quality and durable building materials.

  83. Taiwo

    August 30, 2016 at 12:09 am

    Day 22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    A house built with good building materials is a protection not just for you but for those living around you. You see some building contractors collect huge sum of money to carry out a project and after some months, you see such projects crumbling. There are a whole lot of them. An incident happened 2yrs ago in Lagos. This residence is a three storey building, right from when it was built it showed it’s fault but trust people, they still rented it,paying money for their deaths. This building is not so far frm whr I reside, it took only three years for this building to collapse but the most painful part was that there were occupants in the building including a woman who just had a newborn baby. It was a tragic one. Who do we blame?the contractor or those who ignored the warnings of living in a safe building?The use of good building materials is of utmost importance. Yes, these materials may be expensive but they are worth it because “Safety comes first”. Emilinks is known to produce quality furnitures, their doors are known for providing protection. A house built with quality materials would always stand the test of time.

  84. Owarioka D.

    August 30, 2016 at 8:58 am

    Day22
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    My dad is a building contractor and as the first son of the family, whenever he has a building project, I go with him to the site.My dad is known for been a man of principles and this he took into his job.He goes for the best when constructing a building.
    From the woods to the blocks to the mixture of the sand and cement(not using more SAND than the CEMENT to keep money in his pocket).There are a whole lot of gifts from his clients in the house showing appreciation for a work well done.The use of good building materials for the construction of a house cannot be overemphasized. The house remains for years,from generation to generation. Stories of collapsed buildings do not come from buildings that were built with quality materials but from those built with cheap materials.A house built with good materials feels like a safe haven and you are certain of protection when you have doors like EMILINKS in the house too even though we know God is the ultimate giver of protection. You want that house to be seen by your CHILDREN, GRANDCHILDREN, GREAT GRANDCHILDREN then use quality building materials and some of these can be gotten from Emilinks.Thank you Emilinks.

  85. Egwoum Blessing

    August 30, 2016 at 10:10 am

    Day 22..#Emillinks..# mydoorstory
    July 10 2016 is a day I will never forget in a hurry!. I got to work as usual, ready for another day of clinic duties. I’m a dentist, and work in a private clinic. The Patients started coming in there numbers, and i could hear my Medical Director calling out to me from the reception, to make sure every Patient is attended to.
    Just few hours into the day’s duty,it started raining heavily. Then suddenly, water was pouring down on every one inside the surgery! Perplexed, i looked up,lo and behold, the roofs were leaking!!!
    My Patients got wet, pacing about the surgery room,in a bid to avoid the leaking areas, but to no avail!
    To say I was embarrassed, will be an understatement, I could see the shame,embarrasement and anger written all over the face of my MD. He did all he could to pacify and calm the now complaining Patients, they were no longer patient but now impatient with us!.
    They got up from the dental chair,left the surgery and went to the reception.
    “What kind of clinic is this”? I could hear one of them saying in a loud voice.
    Others pretended to bear with us; but i knew in my heart we had lost most of the Patients for that day.They waited for the rains to subside,when it did,they left and never came back till date…hmmmm!
    It’s a shame that such an edifice as the one my clinic occupys, is constructed with substandard materials.
    Emilinks remains the best in quality and durable materials for state of the art buildings.

  86. Mayen NELSON NTA

    August 30, 2016 at 10:25 am

    CNN

  87. daniel ifeanyi

    August 30, 2016 at 11:28 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    i was to spend two days in my aunty’s house till my parents return from their travel. on getting to the house, it took 15 munites just to open the door.
    this door is really crazy, it gives us headache, only my da has the formular for opening the door but whenever he is not around, we get stuck outside for hours. my cousin joe said after managing to open the door and we got in.
    my aunt came back late at night so we didnt get to see that day.
    what woke me up the next day was a loud scream, Ewoooo!!! what is your problem? the shout almost brought down the roof of the house. why did you leave the food open pn the table? is like yo have forgotten the rat and cockroach situation in this house ,she questioned my cousin joe.
    not long after we had break fast, and joe and i sat at te pavement charting we heard a loud call of joe’s name . Joe! did you leave my wardrobe open again, is something wrong with your head?
    oh! another rat problem joe sighed. look he said to me, i am seriously tied of all thes rats, its just like they cant be gotten rid of no matter what strategy you impose. these rats are really witchcraft rats he concluded.
    Joe! is mum called again. you left the kitchen door open.
    oh mum you know that door, although its new but i think is fake. it must be a chinko door i added jokingly.
    at dinner, i decided to give them a lasting solution to their rat problem. it seemed like mocking them at first bot no!
    i started, your rat problems as i have clearly observed is due to the use of substandard products in this house. but today, i introduce to you to the one and most trusted company that serves better than all. OMG!!! ALL EYES WAS ON ME THAT I ALMOST FORGOT THE COMPANY’S NAME. hahahaha
    yes i continued it is the EMILINKS. after much brieffing my aunt lot appatiete and couldnt wait for the next da.
    a week after i returned to abuja from enugu whrere i stayed with them, i recieved an email from joe thanking me for saving him all the problems with his mum. later on i recieved an alert of #10,000 from his mum tthanking me for introducing ENILIN

  88. May

    August 30, 2016 at 11:38 am

    Please guys how can I upload my photo

    • Mary

      August 31, 2016 at 12:12 pm

      @ May, you can only write your creative stories on this portal. Your pictures are needed on your Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter accounts.

  89. May

    August 30, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    Please how do I add my picture to my door story

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