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Emilinks Week 4

The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,000,000 Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 24 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 5 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

Post on BN:

1) Murphy – My Story illustrates d cliche ” what is what doing at all is what doing well”. The story is about a bachelor Mr.John who was hustling in d U.K and wanted to come back to Nigeria to settle down.He decided to send money to his aunt to build a 2-storey building duplex for him.
Unfortunately, his aunt was ignorant of d importance of using good building materials. Mr.John’s aunt was always feeling paranoid whenever d contractor asks for money for d building materials. She would not give d contractor d exact amount thinking d contractor was trying to extort her and her nephew. The contractor had to settle for substandard building materials which was cheaper.
Few years after Mr.John moved in, the disaster happened.Lightning destroyed d building because there was no earthing rod in a 2-storey building! Fortunately,Mr John was well to do and so he built another house and these time he made sure every material was of good quality including the ever competent #Emilinks furnitures.
#Emilinks
#MyDoorStory
#Day24

Murphy

2) Gabriel C.K – Day 24 During my 6 months industrial training, I worked in a pharmaceutical industry named kedi Healthcare. It happened to be a wonderful industries where lots of drugs and vaccines are produced. One faithful night, there was a heavy drop, it really rained heavily;this rain came with a strong wind. That very night where i was sleeping in my own quarter which is provided by the company, the wind blow off my roof. I was having a very good sleep that night with a sweet dream, all off a suddenly it was as if someone poured me water, because my sleep was so sweet i tried to neglect the water but surprisingly the water was pouring on me constantly before i could wake from my sleep i was drenched with rain to my Greatest surprise i looked up i was seeing lightning up the sky. Hmmmm i quickly rushed to the other quarter where the other Workers where staying to see if i could stay with them but when I got there but i could see was people standing helpless under the rain cos all there roofs has all gone off. After the terrible night we went to the company to lay our complains to our great surprise our company is also suffering the same fate, roofs all gone off. Hmmm all drugs and vaccines worth millions all soaked with water,Leaving our director in Tears and saying if actually his contractor used building materials from Emilinks no matter how strong the wind was his company and his quarters would have still been standing firm. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

Gabrel

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3) @chikenwo24 – @EmilinksNG @bellanaija #Emilinks D24 A house built with substandard materials puts You & Ur family in great danger

CrMHNMWWIAAPLpE

4) ‏@Oluwole1633 – @EmilinksNG even in hard wind and storm our house built with quality never [email protected] #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

CrMExiAWgAEikAb

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5) Tolu A. – My dad benefited greatly by using Emilinks products. He is a contractor Engineer who loves his work like my beautiful mother and every children at home. Two years ago my dad was given a project in a new site to build a nice duplex. Fortunately I was opportune to witness the ongoing construction work,but I notice he’s always stress-out to get the best building materials, until a day when we both sit in his library room, I gave him an idea to browse the best material online and we saw a lot of manufacturer but we concluded in buying Emilinks product. Very early in the morning we went to nearby post to buy security doors,roofing, wardrobe, bed stand,kitchen doors, gate etc.. We almost used Emilinks product for the building at the end we achieve the best structure, the same year my dad was awarded the best contractor of the year.Check the picture out #emilinks #bellanaija #mydoorstory

Tolu

6) Sarah D. – There is nothing like having a beautiful, standard and comfortable house where you and your friend can just chill out. Having an uncomfortable and substandardly built house can be embarrasing, imagine being in a house and the rain falling starts entering your house (that is so embarrassing! ). You do not have to be a billionaire to build a well structured and furnitured house all you need is #EMILINKS touch on your house. It is very important to have not just a house but some where you are proud to call home. Make the right choice and save yourself from death or embarrassement, choose #emilinks today. #Mydoorstory #Emilinks #day24

Sarah Dogara

7) Rita A. – 13 hrs ·
D last time I visited my grandma was last year October which happens to b on her birthday, so I decided to pay her a visit nd probably spend some quality time with her at Mushin since I just got back from school.. A day after my arrival, I decided to walk around the neighborhood nd then I noticed a very lovely building yet to b completed, I was surprised when I saw the building because most of the buildings around the neighborhood were built with clay nd that is the main reason why I hardly visit my grandma because I’m afraid the building could collapse any moment…after I saw d building, I went straight to the direction of the building not hiding my excitement then I asked one of the contractors about the building nd he told me that d former building on that spot was built with clay nd it collapsed due to the heavy rainfall and 2 people were seriously injured, I was shocked after hearing such news nd I queried the man if this present building won’t collapse like the previous one nd he told me that it’s nt the first time they are using Emilinks products, that with Emilinks products no fear of wind or rain destruction as the materials are of high quality nd not substandard… Then I was pleased after hearing that, so I went back home to tell my grandma about Emilinks…. Thanks to Emilinks, renovation is going on in the neighborhood. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day24

Abisola R

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8) @itzdeolah – @bellanaijaonline I could recall when we still lived in our old house. My mum had actually warned my dad about the house telling him he got it cheap simply because the materials used are substandard. My Dad said nothing will happen and that its just for a while till our home is completed.
We lived in this house without any issues until one night when heavy rain started pouring down. I was home alone doing assignments, Dad travelled Mum went out. Suddenly I heard this loud crash, it was so loud I knew it wasn’t thunder. I peeped out to check and behold, half of the other tenants building was gone. I was shocked and my heart started racing because of the worst that could have happened to people still inside the building. I rushed outside and I could hear screams of ‘help! help!’ Coming from the collapsed building. I entered and found people badly injured and stucked. I was about running back to get more help when they begged me not to but just try my best because their pain was unbearable. I listened and started clearing and pulling obstructions in front and off people.
Something caught my eye suddenly, it was a body but wasn’t breathing. I screamed and others noticed and helped him out. He had lost a lot of blood so we rushed him to the hospital.
My mum returned the next day, after hearing and seeing what happened, she called my immediately. He arrived the next day. After calming us down again, he promised us two weeks and we were out. After we packed, we later heard the owner of the building and the contractors were arrested for endangering lives with a weak building built with substandard materials. Luckily, the other guy who was unconscious didn’t die, so no death was recorded.
I learned a lesson that day(which is a day i’ll never forget) that substandard materials used in building are dangerous. We should all avoid using them or patronizing these buildings especially because it is cheap. Remember money can’t buy life, be wise #Emilinks #Day24 #MyDoorStory

itzdeolah

9) @beuiance_buchi – I opened the gate and walked in. ‘Wow’ was all I wanted to say but words can’t come out of my mouth, I have to arrange myself. For crying out loud, this building is five times older than I am. The walls; not even a crack on it, the paintings hmm hmmm still intact. You can tell this building was made from standard materials. I asked myself ‘why do we build a house?’ We build a house so we can be protected., protected from all weather conditions, also from the outside world. So why build a house with substandard materials which can’t guarantee your safety? Like you’re still living in BCE. Building your house with substandard materials can cost you your life, and also make burglars job a piece of cake for them. We’ve all heard about roofs being blown away.. trust me you won’t like such experience. #emilinks got you covered with strong furnishings materials. You should spend your money on quality building materials and enjoy the benefits from it, rather than feel the pain when you don’t. #mydoorstory #emilinks

buchi

10) @ofure_oladejo – @bellanaijaonline It sounded like a thunder storm that unfaithful morning. And I could feel my bed vibrating. “Is it about to rain?” I asked myself, because we were still in the heart of the dry season. While I was still wondering what was going on, I started hearing people crying and shouting around the neighborhood. With just a wrapper hung around my chest, I ran out of the house as fast as I could with different thought running through my mind. As soon as I got outside, behold, Uncle Akhule’s house that he just finished building and was planning to move in a week later had turn into a heap of rubble.

Uncle Akhule who had just retired from civil service, funded the construction of the building with his gratuity. What a catastrophe!
Like one would expect, He had a shock as soon as he got the information and till date he is still trying to recover from the cerebrovascular accident. His not living life but merely existing and waiting for the day he will breathe his last.
All this was happened because of using substandard materials in constructing a building. Thank God he did not move in with his wife and his children before the building collapsed. I would have been telling a different story.
Life is to be enjoyed and not to be endured. Do you really want to enjoy life? Please award your building project to a contractor that has Emilinks on his lip. With Emilinks, you will certainly enjoy life, because quality is Emilinks’s watchword.

#Emilinks
#MyDoorStory
#day24

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104 Comments

  1. Berry

    September 1, 2016 at 10:55 am

    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 25, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  2. Berry

    September 1, 2016 at 10:55 am

    Poor-quality building materials make buildings weaker and more likely to collapse during natural disasters.

    When communities understand the importance of high-quality materials and have access to competitively priced, locally made, high-quality bricks, they can build safer houses and schools.

    I remember our former house in Eleme, Port Harcourt. It was a one of the pettiest building along that street and my dad was so pleased at the way the house was set up and beautiful paintings that he wasted no time in paying for the three bedroom apartment.

    Months passed and we enjoyed out new abode until the rainy seasons came. the first day, our kitchen was flooded and my mum thought someone had left the kitchen window and I was blamed cos I entered the kitchen last. No one thought about the roof if it was leaking.

    Another day, my mum almost accused my dad of bed wetting when they woke up to meet the bed all wet. It continued like that till one day there was a sort of wind storm. We were all sleeping when my kid bro cried out from his room. We went there and the room was flooded. Part of the roof had been uprooted and it rained into his room. My dad was furious and almost got the owner of the house arrested till they fixed it. One of our neighbours who was drawn to the situation, told the landlord to spend on quality and make sure he gets the Emilinks brand to fix his house. It was one of the hell of our lives as we constantly had to mop the house whenever it rained until the landlord strategically changed some of the materials to the products from the Emilinks brand.

    When my dad was posted to Lagos from his work place, he made sure to ask for the materials used in building the houses that was recommended to him. If it wasn’t Emilinks, the search for house continued till we got a good apartment that was built with quality materials from Emilinks.

    #Day 25, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  3. Berry

    September 1, 2016 at 10:56 am

    I woke up this morning to noises in the next compound and just like a typical Nigerian woman, I went there to get the gist. I found out there was robbery in the house and the thieves had made their way through the roof picking up laptops and phones. One of the ladies even lamented how she slept with her phone glued to her hands while Snap chatting and yet hers was still taken from her unawares.

    I reminded everyone there that this was one of ills of using poor building material when building a house. I encouraged them to build their houses with quality and impenetrable materials.
    I made sure to point out that if I were to advise on a quality brand, I’ll say chose Emilinks.

    #MyDoorStory #Emilikns #Day 25

  4. Uyi

    September 1, 2016 at 10:57 am

    It is easy to erroneously assume that one have to be exorbitantly rich to acquire quality building materials. Well, if that were true then I should be living in a cave.

    You’re running a business and you want your customers to trust that you deliver quality service/products, but your commercial building is saying ‘bring the money, we go give you wetin resemble wetin you want’. Shinning tiles, doors, office desk e.t.c., 2 weeks after installation they all look like what have been installed since General Yakubu Gowon military regime. Helloooo! How you see that kind thing?

    Believe me when I say this; the cost of managing substandard building materials is far greater than the cost of acquiring and maintaining quality building materials. Do you want to spend all your sales proceed in continual repairs??? Talk to me!

    I’ve been a victim of substandard building materials. Back then in my rent days, I can still remember how the ice water trickling from my leaking roof would wake me up at night and how I’ll keep tossing the bed around to find a position where the leaking roof won’t find me. I always knew when it rained at night, that is one of the side effects of having several leaking spots in one bedroom. Then, I’ll have to search the apartment to put a bowl or a bucket in every leaking spot I could find. What happens when I’m not at home and it rains heavily? My dear, my mouth nor go fit talk all wetin I experience.

    To God be the glory, I have my place now and with goodbuilding materials. What a relief! I seldom wake up at night though, thinking rain water is trickling on me. Lol… Then I realize it’s just in my head.

    My Brothers, My Sisters, Uncles and Aunties. Get good building materials, contact #emilinks, them nor go cut your neck with price. They are giving these quality materials at discount. So you have no excuse. This is #mydoorstory. Who get ear make e hear o. #Day25

  5. redefined

    September 1, 2016 at 10:58 am

    #mydoorstory – Over the recent years ,there had been a sky rocketing account of collapsed buildings , and fire outburst as well as burglary.
    I was living with my big brother at Anambra , ozubulu precisely in his rented apartment. The landlord had built the house hurriedly with his pension funds. We lived admist fears and desperation to leave as soon as possible. On several occasions we found cracks on the walls and the doors of the permanent wardrobe affixed to each room was the hideout of newt and wall geckos who had on several occasions stained our neatly arranged clothes.
    From the wardrobe , the cracks on the walls narrowed down also to our useless bathroom door which no longer serves its usefulness and was half damaged before we moved in. The bathroom door was supported with curtain to prevent seeing each other’s nakedness.
    We laid complaints to the landlord which we had opportunity of seeing just once on three months and has always promised to change it. It was later our neighbour , Mummy Chisom told us our landlord lives in a comfortable mansion in Enugu state. I thought within myself, so this man knows this house isn’t safe for him that’s why he stays at Enugu …
    I am Glad my big brother was later able to secure his own house , although it really took a while but it is worthwhile. No pain no gain, our house is now the dream home, no more broken doors and stained clothes in the wardrobe. Thanks to God and to #emilinks for making good reliable products.

  6. Busola I

    September 1, 2016 at 10:59 am

    In everything we do, there is the need to incorporate the mark of
    distinction and quality and this extends to buildings also. I had a
    first-hand experience recently of the importance of quality building
    materials. I recently got my dream job and had to move from my
    previous place of abode. I was so excited about the opportunity and
    one week to resumption, I had washed, ironed my outfit and neatly
    folded same in the wardrobe. On the long awaited day, I woke up bright
    and early and prepared for work. I brought out my treasured black suit
    and noticed dust-like particles from wood termites located in the
    wardrobe on it. The more I tried to brush it off, the more it spread.
    I had to find a replacement outfit and trust NEPA, there was no
    electricity to iron it out. What a way to make a first impression on
    my first day at my dream job!

    As I hurried out of the house, another battle ensued. Could the day
    get any worse? The door refused to open. I had been informed that the
    lock was bad and depending on its mood, it would take some degree of
    expertise to open it. I spent another fifteen minutes trying to get
    the door to open before a co-tenant came to my rescue and opened it
    from outside. By this time, I was already disoriented and sweaty,
    wondering if I could still make it to work in good time and look
    presentable. I was lucky to get a ride from the said neighbour and
    made it to the office just on time.

    As I reviewed the day later in the evening, I reflected on how the use
    of sub-standard materials in the house had almost cost me my dream
    job. Emilinks standard wardrobes and doors would have made all the
    difference. I would have arrived at my new office in my favourite
    outfit and in good time on my first day of work if only Emilinks had
    been the vendor of choice in the purchase of quality and long lasting
    materials. I made sure that I informed all my friends and family of
    the need to invest in durable and superior materials such as doors and
    wardrobes from the brand synonymous with excellence which is
    #Emilinks. And this is #MyDoorStory

  7. Okpis Benjamin

    September 1, 2016 at 11:01 am

    Day 25
    My hostel is one of the best hostels in my school. The only feature that made it special was it’s good structure.Both students staying off campus and those staying on campus were always complaining of how buildings are always collapsing and no longer safe. About two months ago a school hostel building collapsed claiming the lives of about 5 graduates. It was indeed a great loss. A good building to 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

  8. Prestige

    September 1, 2016 at 11:03 am

    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day25. Substandard materials versus quality material.
    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

  9. Madonna

    September 1, 2016 at 11:03 am

    @EmilinksNG @Bellanaija And so it happened that we are relocating. We had to look for a house to stay in, so I and my husband saw a newly built house. Each of the bedrooms in the house has its own toilet and bathroom. We paid for the rent and moved in. It was when we moved in that we understand the problem we got ourselves into. I was very happy that finally we are settling down after much search not knowing that our problem has just begun. The first thing I noticed about the house is that the wall connecting the bathroom and the rooms suddenly started getting wet and moisture such that the paintings began to wear off. My four year old kid would always go there and use his hand to be peeling the crumbling and the flaking paint out. It was so disgusting. Even cockroaches and some crawling reptiles like centipede started taking refuge in our home. We invested heavily on insecticides so as to curb the problem but it didn’t stop it. Whenever it rains, we are sure to have a wet floor, only God knows were all that water was coming in from. On a closer observation, we found out that the floor in the house has sunk causing it to separate from the wall. Even after some days, the floors will remain damp. I didn’t believe that a brand new house will be having problems like this.
    It was not until a big zigzag cracks happened at the master bedroom part of the wall that my husband said no way and those we are leaving that apartment immediately. We had just stayed for six months and our rent was meant to be for two years because the Landlord of the house refused one year rent. We approached the landlord and explained to him what the house is going through and also pleaded for him to pay us back the remaining money. He got infuriated, saying that there is no refund of money after payment. After much pleading and he remained adamant, we reported to the appropriate authorities. When they came to supervise the house, they found out that most of the building materials used in building the house was substandard. They also discovered that the topography of the soil on which the building was erected on was bad. They told us that we need to move out of the property immediately because the house will soon collapse and so we moved. The owner of the house was charged to court during which the house was demolished the government. The landlord learnt his lessons and so did we, because two years later when we were planning to build our own house, we made sure to go for quality, strong and standard materials. I bet everyone knows where to get that from. Its EMILINKS
    #EmilinksNG #BELLANAIJA #MyDoorStory Day 25

  10. Busola I

    September 1, 2016 at 11:03 am

    Day 25.
    In everything we do, there is the need to incorporate the mark of
    distinction and quality and this extends to buildings also. I had a
    first-hand experience recently of the importance of quality building
    materials. I recently got my dream job and had to move from my
    previous place of abode. I was so excited about the opportunity and
    one week to resumption, I had washed, ironed my outfit and neatly
    folded same in the wardrobe. On the long awaited day, I woke up bright
    and early and prepared for work. I brought out my treasured black suit
    and noticed dust-like particles from wood termites located in the
    wardrobe on it. The more I tried to brush it off, the more it spread.
    I had to find a replacement outfit and trust NEPA, there was no
    electricity to iron it out. What a way to make a first impression on
    my first day at my dream job!

    As I hurried out of the house, another battle ensued. Could the day
    get any worse? The door refused to open. I had been informed that the
    lock was bad and depending on its mood, it would take some degree of
    expertise to open it. I spent another fifteen minutes trying to get
    the door to open before a co-tenant came to my rescue and opened it
    from outside. By this time, I was already disoriented and sweaty,
    wondering if I could still make it to work in good time and look
    presentable. I was lucky to get a ride from the said neighbour and
    made it to the office just on time.

    As I reviewed the day later in the evening, I reflected on how the use
    of sub-standard materials in the house had almost cost me my dream
    job. Emilinks standard wardrobes and doors would have made all the
    difference. I would have arrived at my new office in my favourite
    outfit and in good time on my first day of work if only Emilinks had
    been the vendor of choice in the purchase of quality and long lasting
    materials. I made sure that I informed all my friends and family of
    the need to invest in durable and superior materials such as doors and
    wardrobes from the brand synonymous with excellence which is
    #Emilinks. And this is #MyDoorStory #Day 25

  11. Jemikalajah E

    September 1, 2016 at 11:06 am

    Day 25
    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

  12. Victorious

    September 1, 2016 at 11:07 am

    Day 25
    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 ‎‎

  13. Daniel o

    September 1, 2016 at 11:09 am

    Day 25
    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

  14. Berry

    September 1, 2016 at 11:12 am

    I have uncle who moved abroad in 2001 with his family. Before he left, my uncle lived in huge compound where he built a bungalow but because of some reasons, he chose to leave the house in the care of some of his friends instead of his brother – my dad.

    About 10 years later in 2011, my dad decided to visit the place only to find its been cover with huge weeds and bushes with reptiles crawling everywhere. He called my uncle to ask what’s been going on who confirmed his friends had departed and left the house in some caretakers who lived in the boys quarters and he never new they don’t take care of the place. My dad supervised the clearing of the home and instructed my uncle to let one of our relatives live in the house and take care of it.

    This uncle of mine wanted to build a duplex in his compound and decided to neglect my dad again and instead sent thousands of dollars to this relative of our to build for him. When my dad found out, he let it go after my persuaded him.

    Now my uncle is back in the country and we would have thought he and his family who are all accustomed to the life in the US would be happily enjoying their stay. Not a day goes by that he doesn’t call my dad to complain about leakages in the ceilings, or a broken door knob, or the windows, the kitchen cabinets and virtually every materials used in erecting the house. At times, my dad can’t help but laugh because he knows the quality of materials used would have been better had he trusted him.

    All my dad advises him his make sure who is fixing the repairs or whatever he is replacing comes from trusted brands like Emilinks.

    Day 25 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  15. Uyi

    September 1, 2016 at 11:12 am

    Admin please allow my comment to show. I commented earlier and it is still awaiting moderation

  16. Gbolahan

    September 1, 2016 at 11:15 am

    When my mom married my dad her parents were not happy at all. It didn’t help that they felt she was marrying way beneath her. So you can imagine their horror when they came to visit them unexpectedly one day and found them living in this ramshackle building. The house belonged to my dad’s family and without a lot of funds, it has been shoddily built. The roof leaked and there were buckets strewn around the living room to catch the drops. When the wind blew the house creaked and groaned and unfortunately the day my mom’s parents came there was a huge storm! Her dad vowed to never step foot in their house again and my father was so embarrassed.

    Years passed and God has blessed our family. We recently moved into a new home in a luxurious area of Lagos. We threw a surprise 80th birthday party for my grandfather and you should have seen his face! The joy in his eyes when he saw the huge and beautiful building and the well built rooms all furnished with emilinks doors and furniture as recommended by him. And from his heart he apologised to my dad for the humiliation all those years ago and thanked him for taking care of his daughter!

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 25

  17. Elizabeth

    September 1, 2016 at 11:19 am

    Day 25
    This brings to my mind the collapsed building in Lekki some months ago, claiming over 30 lives. There is just one explanation for that unfortunate incidence “inappropriate or substandard building materials”. We have recorded several tragedies in that regard in the past few years. The fact that we are in dire need of housing does not mean that we should build shoddy or substandard houses. Such waste of lives and dreams can be avoided, and we all have our parts to play. The importance of using Quality and Standard materials cannot be over emphasized. If we are stick to quality and not quantity we will avoid all these unfortunate incidence. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  18. May

    September 1, 2016 at 11:21 am

    DAY 25
    I and my family have lived in our house for over six years and we have not fully completed it till now., this is because we’ve had series of episodes of having to deal with substandard doors, Windows, bathroom and kitchen fittings. Because of this we have been reluctant to fully complete our house for fear of purchasing substandard house fittings again. But now, with the emergence of the #Emilinks brand our hope of living in a fully completed house is near. By this weekend we will Place orders and we’ll fit our house mostly with Emilinks products and by this Christmas our house will be fully completed. Thanks to #Emilinks! #MyDoorStory @bellanaija @EmilinksNG

  19. Oma

    September 1, 2016 at 11:24 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 25

    I remember seeing on the news a breaking news about a school that collapsed. The news went further to state how students, children of parents whom have taken there time and effort to groom them to that stage in life, flying out from the collapsing school building. And I clinged to my husband crying and asking Why? What went wrong? And the most important, what if it were my child?

    I am most certain that those questions and even more ran through the heart of the parents of those children. But the reality was that they were gone, gone to be seen no more. Never to be held by their loved ones. Never to be kissed by dad & mom anymore. Their rooms are now empty. Their names never to be mentioned with just smiles but with tears.
    In the end, one question was finally answered, What went wrong? It was said to have been caused by the use of SUBSTANDARD materials. In fact, it was found out that most parts of the building that made up the pillars were actually cans of cement. Its that bad.
    But unfortunately, they’re all dead. And that scar won’t leave the hearts of their lives ones they’ve unwillingly left behind.

    It is very vital to keep using Standard materials for our buildings in the society in order to save our loved ones. Always do research before purchase. If getting info about right products would be difficult, The Nigerian Industrial Standard (NIS) Catalogue of the Standards Organisation of Nigeria (SON) they are in charge with keeping us safe from all forms of substandard products. They can be gotten here – http://son.gov.ng/contact-us/

    In the meantime, one of such trusted brands has revealed itself – Emilinks. And that takes part of the loads off your shoulders about your search. Contact them too – LAGOS SHOWROOM ADDRESS

    Kilometre 24,
    Lekki-Epe Express Road,
    Opposite Mega Chicken Eatery,
    Beside Ascon Filling Station,
    Lagos, Nigeria.

    08174600772, 09082000074, 09082000073, 07045273131
    Monday-Saturday: 8am – 5pm

    May God help us all make the right life saving decision. It behind with you.

  20. Dr. Sunday Thomas

    September 1, 2016 at 11:28 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day25

    During conflict times, a house built with quality materials can be a veritable medium for saving souls.

    Not too long ago, Suspected Fulani herdsmen attacked Nimbo in Uzo- Uwani Local Government Area of Enugu State- my neighboring town. Many people were maimed and killed. Later that morning, over 70 dead bodies were found within the community, most of which had their parts dismembered —I’ll spare the gory details.

    Tears flowed freely from all that beheld the regrettable sight, yet no amount of wailing made the dead to rise. Out of anger and pains, the youths in Nimbo took up clubs and machetes and went hunting for the Fulanis.

    My village, Ovoko, is not too far from Nimbo so by few hours past noon, the reprisals have seeped into it. I was entering my father’s compound when I heard voices like sea tides surge towards me. I looked back and saw 6 Fulani people running furiously and behind them were irate youths hot on their heels, hurling stones as they pursued. Reaching where I stood, the eldest amongst them—breathing laboriously—said to me in my dialect and with an unwavering accent. “Please don’t let us die, please I beg you my son!” Behind them I saw the mob gather pace. Just then a well hurled piece of stone crashed onto the head of one of them; it nudged him dizzily into waiting arms. The sight of warm trickling flow of blood from his bruised skull erased every reservation I had against them. I quickly opened our HUGE and STRONG gate and when they had run in, I padlocked the Iron Gate and threw the key over the TALL FENCE while I stood back braving the approaching mob.

    Seeing what I had done, their voices heightened. I immediately felt like I was going to urinate on my pants. Knowing that they CANNOT jump the fence nor break the gate. They commanded me to give up those I had given refuge or they’d deal with me. I swallowed hard but still stood my ground staring into their eyes filled with pain and vengeance. I persuaded them to listen to me so I can talk to them briefly. They agreed to my request, only on the condition that the last decision was theirs to make.

    I spoke, “Our people have a saying that—two persons cannot go mad at the same time, there ought to be one sane enough to help the other regain his lost senses—so my people we can’t allow ourselves go mad with violence also. “Retaliating barbarically on these Fulani people we do not know if they have any hand in the attack is utterly senseless and would worsen the whole matter. My people let us not allow our emotions rule our actions but let us listen to our conscience and think deeply before casting stones.” I spoke to them at length until I started seeing contorted faces straighten, clubs and stones dropped on the floor. At last, they agreed to spare the Fulani people. It was absolutely miraculous.

    Now, assuming our house was not built with QUALITY MATERIALS, they would have just pushed me one side and accomplish their catastrophic mission. This event taught the great importance of building a house with quality materials

  21. Oma

    September 1, 2016 at 11:30 am

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory Day 25

    I’m blessed with a God who understands the reason why homes should be of Standard. See how he made the earth to be a wonderful place for us all. Then he blessed me with a man of standard – my dearest husband, who even before we got married has been building a home for us and with standard materials(which of course I was a good helper to ensuring they’re all standard).

    But then, something people don’t really understand is that when we talk about quality and standard of a building, it comprises of everything. It includes not only the exterior but the interior. The lamp holders that were bought were so bad that during testing, alot of them got burnt almost instantaneously. We were happy about the outcome cos it aided us to know the faulty ones and changed them. It’s been a few months since we parked in and everything has been fine so far. I wonder what would have happened if we hadn’t seen it on time.
    It reminded of the house of a friend who came back home from the holidays only to find out that a part of the house got burnt via an electric socket but fortunately the fire stopped by itself. From further investigations the real cause was reveales. Who knows, God forbid, we go out someday and come back seeing our new home razed down.

    The need for people in the society to not just use, but to keep on using standard exterior and interior materials for every building should not be under-emphasized. Lives and properties worth millions are being lost due to substandard materials used in and out of buildings. The time to act is now. Thanks to Emilinks fkr this medium to still hard press the need in the hearts of the youth to be part of the solution now and in the future.

    SAY NO TO SUBSTANDARD BUILDING MATERIALS.

    SAVE LIVES & PROPERTY.

    CHOOSE EMILINKS.

  22. Olayemi

    September 1, 2016 at 11:32 am

    Day 25
    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

  23. segun

    September 1, 2016 at 11:34 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day25. It’s easy to erroneously aasume that one have to be exorbitantly rich to acquire quality materials.well if that was true,then I should be living in what I call ‘stone age cave house’.You re running a business and you want your customers to trust that you deliver quality goods and services but your commercial building is saying ‘bring the money,we go give you wetin resemble wetin you want ‘. Shinning tiles,doors,office desks… ,a month after installation, they all look like if they were installed in the era of the cold war.But be as it may,the cost of managing substandard building materials is far greater than the cost of acquiring and maintaining quality building materials. Do you want to spend all your revenue from your commercial activities on continual repair?Hell no! I have been a victim of substandard buiding.i can still vividly remember how the I block off my roof with baco bag nylon when it’s raining nd even at that,after the rain fall,the trickling drop still penetrate down my roof and drip on my body while having a night sleep and I keep rolling on the bed trying to dodge the drop ,like a dice game.so sad right?or funny though. Most times when it gets worst it when I got several area on the roof licking, I have to place buckets in each area just like am even selling a bucket. And if am not at home and it rained,I pray to God I don’t use canoe to go in but am sure am going to bail water out my room.hmmm! Today,the heavens are smilling on me,I have me own house where I surely built with a good building materials. Though I seldom wake up with little shock at night thinking the drop of rain it’s still trickling on my body. ?.but I realise it’s just on my mind.my brethren reading this ,get good building materials from #Emilinks, if you want to try and manage what’s not good you will spend what’s more than to get a good building materials, go to #Emilinks today,their price for their products are affordable. A word is enough for the wise .thanks for making me share my aspect of experience. #MyDoorStory #Emilinks @bellanaijaonline #Day25

  24. chioma okeke

    September 1, 2016 at 11:39 am

    #DAY 25 #EMILINKS # MY DOOR STORY
    as the saying goes – ”What is worth doing is worth doing well”. Why build a house with substandard materials and not only inconvenience yourself but also spend unnecessary money trying to patch or repair. Sometime last year my friend was looking for a shop to rent to open a hairdressing salon, luckily we found one very fine big shop at a very good good location and a very good price too. We were amazed, how come this place fine place is not taken? Anyways we hurriedly paid for the shop, put everything in place and business started. then the rains came one night, it rained cats and dogs that night. the next day we opened the shop and could not believe our eyes, all the cushions were drenched, weavons that hung on the wall were soaked. Ahh no wonder this shop was empty. How could a shop this big and so cheap be empty if something is not wrong somewhere. The roof was leaking so bad that anyone who rented the place left ASAP. It was such an embarrassing day because customers came in to the salon and had to stand or go elsewhere. Why not make the right choice by using quality brands like Emilinks and save yourself from all the stress.

  25. Ezinne

    September 1, 2016 at 11:40 am

    Day25
    #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

  26. Innocent

    September 1, 2016 at 11:44 am

    “Bungalow no day collapse”, these was 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
    #Day25

  27. Debbiplus

    September 1, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Day 25
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #BellaNaija

    The Importance of Building Houses with Quality Material’s and not Substandard Material’s in Your Home

    Let me share a valuable lesson I learnt when constructing my building with you, then I’ll tell you a secret, if you read to the end.

    When you start your own 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 what kind of materials they will use for their doors, windows, cupboards, if they don’t mention Emilinks, dump them, sharp!

    Using quality materials is essential for your long term investment and safety. There are many good products on the market today that are both beautiful and functional. But you need one that will stand the test of time in quality, taste and security.

    Many Emilinks building products that are environmentally friendly are also energy efficient, thus saving you money in the long run.

    For building materials like doors, windows, cupboards, it is especially important to choose a high quality product.
    Windows stream in ultraviolet light into your home, which can fade flooring and furniture. By choosing good doors and windows, you can block out some of the harmful rays and be secured at the same time.

    Excellent choice of construction materials can provide significant long term savings when using quality materials. The use of quality 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 and a lack of security.

    Now the lesson.
    Tunde my oga and I started the construction of our properties about the same time, he used some very expensive but inadequate doors windows and wardrobes. After just 2 years his are falling apart and he is now angry with me that I did not show him the secret of where I got my Emilinks doors, wardrobes and cupboards. When I told him how much they cost, he nearly went bonkers.
    Now he’s replacing everything with Emilinks.
    The secret to a good project is therefore, Emilinks!
    What a lesson!!

  28. chioma

    September 1, 2016 at 11:46 am

    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 25

  29. Gabriel benny

    September 1, 2016 at 11:50 am

    Day 25
    There is this popular saying “what is worth doing is worth doing well”. This has been my own trademark for Emilinks products ever since it was revealed to me.. A product with outstanding and unique features is something that can never be offloaded nor buried easily. To individuals, it’s the BEST…to the society, it STANDS OUT.
    Emilinks will always be there to guarantee your safety and security with their furniture and other super-standard products of theirs..
    So i keep asking the question “why go for the sub-standards if your safety is not guaranteed”???
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory

  30. Obiora

    September 1, 2016 at 12:08 pm

    Indeed doing the right thing pays, even though it costs you. Our lives have been the perfect definition of a wanderer, My dad is a soldier and thus the many postings and transfers. We have seen different styles, designs, intuitive buildings and houses, stayed in some, briefly and lengthy but this particular one is worth mentioning. It happened one night, around 8pm when we were eating our late dinner, in Ike Nwachukwu Barracks, Obinze, Dad was watching his ritual news, mum was inside the room, and we were on the table, all of a sudden we heard thunders and saw flashes of lightening, We all thought it was a normal pour of the rain, but nope, it wasn’t. Then after came the heavy wind and then the torrential rain, we all lost appetite, but Dad didn’t appear to be that moved. He just put off his TV set and ask all light be put out. With the ball of eba still in my hands, i clinged to the chair, we are under a storm, this has become a normal thing in the East of late. We started hearing cries from neighbours, shouts from children, Our doors was moving in tune with the wind, though locked, our windows was dancing too. We started praying. But one thing was striking, dad remained collected, it went on for hours and eventually there was a calm. The next morning we saw roofs of houses lying on each other on the road, windows and doors all detached as if they were never installed. But our house stood, could it be that Dad knew we were safe, hmm. Even the new strings of houses built down the street were blown off, Dad said it’s because they used inferior building materials to build. Especially when I told them to use Emilinks furnitures, even storms wonder how they are built, so the new houses has to use Emilinks for surety next time #mydoorstory #emilinks DAy 25

  31. mercy

    September 1, 2016 at 12:10 pm

    I watched a falcon flap it’s wings and fly with prestige as I stood on the balcony outside my room in our new home. I wondered how magnificent and beautiful this bird was, remembering how I saw one just like it four years ago in our former home. As the falcon flew, fading into the horizon, I longed for it to come back and keep me company, but it disappeared anyway. I was in our new home, the one my parents and elder siblings put so much effort in to make our dream of a new home actually come to reality
    The house was situated in a newly developed area in Benin metropolis were all the houses looked almost the same, like an estate but were owned by different people. This rural settlement however lacked all forms of vegetation, from the main entrance to the rear gate; everything was block and brick from start to finish. I was lost in the euphoria of having to meet new people; neighbors and visitors because socializing and making friends had always bee some of the things I loved doing. Finally, I felt at home, at peace and relaxed. “There’s no place like home”, I muttered to myself.
    My family was unique, simple and enviable. But the new house seemed a greater deal uniqueness, simplicity and envy than any of us could think of. Excitement, euphoria and ecstasy was the order of that day because it felt like we had overcome purgatory and transcended heaven. The building was a storey building, painted cream and stood with esteem like the tower of Pisa. The building materials looked trustworthy and genuine, impeccably making me feel safe and aboard on heaven’s solid edifice itself. I asked Dad almost everything about the building and he answered all my questions painstakingly, but his emphasis dwelled on the building materials. He ascribed so much credit to a company called Emilinks and how their building materials were the best for any builder to use. We settled in and made all the changes and decor exactly as she desired, from the living room to the kitchen to the bedrooms to the guestrooms and every other place we could re.
    Two years later, an era I refer to as the pluvial range, the weather became fearsome and disturbing. Boisterous winds and incessant downpours were the talk of the metropolitan people. Homes were foundering and structures were starting to become scenes which we saw on the new, everything was collapsing and it instilled a great deal of fear in anyone and everyone. On September 11th, 2003, eight houses in my neighborhood fell to the ground, claiming lives and leaving injured. My mother wanted us to relocate somewhere but Dad told us we should stay without worry of anything; where he got his confidence from I do not know. He had so much trust for Emilinks company and their products, believing it would still stand even when the whole world drowned. We listened to Dad, at least because we had little or no choice.
    Our home, our house, our edifice, our hope. The building outlasted the “pluvial range” and it’s aftermath. It was the only standing building in the entirety of my neighborhood, all other had crumbled to the earth. The house became the talk of the news, the town and the year. And we all owe our home and our lives to Emilinks company. Emilinks company produces the best building materials.
    #emilinks #mydoorstory #day25

  32. oyin

    September 1, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    Day 25
    Gboaaaaa!!!! That was what we heard. Baba ijebu’s three story building collapsed and the once tall building became flat. Apparently, he had miced his way through out the building of the house. People tried to rescue the two kids that was in the house when it collapsed, it was too late. The kids died and properties were lost. It was a terrible occurrence as it was talked about for a long time. The house wasn’t strong at all and lives were lost before he learnt his wrongs, all because he choose to build with inferior materials. It would have been better if a bungalow was built with quality materials than what he built. I learnt from his Experience that Quality over quantity most especially when it has a grave cost attached to it when compromised. #Emilinks #myDoorStory

  33. Chimatex

    September 1, 2016 at 12:31 pm

    Day25
    A house well built, is a house well enjoyed and when i said well built i mean using a good and well defined materials. whenever a house is brought up with the right materials, it must surely last longer without collapsing. If you ask me of any manufacturer i think that can produce a well defined materials for bringing up a building, i will gladly advice you go for #emilinks. The #1 makers of the strong and superior furniture for making your building make sense. There are many importants of building with strong materials and fixing it with the right furniture such as those from #emilinks. First importance is that, a building built with superior materials and furniture last longer. secondly, it’s more comfortable to live in with a relaxed mind. Thirdly it hardly collapse. So many to mention but a few. Building a house on a low standard materials is like setting up a life threatening trap. Make the right choice today, go for the best, go for your well defined doors and furniture, go for emilinks, don’t make a mistake you will regret later just like a guy that built with sub-standard materials and in months time it collapsed. Go for the original. #emilinks #MyDoorStory. Day 25.

  34. Brian O.

    September 1, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    #Day25 #Emilinks #mydoorstory @bellanaijaonline Firstly what is a House?
    A house is a building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small group of people.

    When Building a house ,
    The most Important thing is to ensure that your contractor or builder builds with Quality materials and not substandard.

    Substandard building materials make buildings weaker and more likely to collapse during natural disaster which bring loss of lives and properties.

    It is 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 a long term investment, but individuals/firms still use these substandard materials with or without their knowledge and they end up spending more money in the maintenance.

    Houses that are built with Quality materials can never be compared with those built with substandard materials.
    Houses built with quality Materials lasts longer and Saves you cost of maintenance and also guaranties the safeness of you and your family.

    Speaking of Quality house materials , here is one company I recommend for you and your family and friends for quality products called
    #Emilinks_Limited- They are  a global manufacturers of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices, hotels etc.?? They use variety of innovative techniques blended with exclusive designs to build premium quality products.?
    Thanks to the CEO/MD of Emilinks limited Mr.Solomon..E…Nwadiogbu for helping eliminate fake and substandard products in Nigeria.
    We are really grateful?? We now live safe and happy. ☺
    Be wise. Be like the man who built his house on the Rock.
    #Go_for_Quality #Go_for_Emilinks!!!

  35. tchidi

    September 1, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day25

    I dont have much to say, only because things at times went in a wrong way.

    There are 2 mens in my street they have land in a busy business environment, they planned to build lock up shops, i was there when one was asking the other that who help you mold this blocks is like they are not strong, how many blocks did he get from a bag of cement, he replied 45, then he said its to bad at least 32 blocks from a bag of cement is ok, this other man later built those lock up shops he called plaza with substandard blocks. 6 months later users begin to wonder why is it that whenever it rained the entire wall will be soaked with water thereby spoiling there goods in caton. Immediately i remember the blocks type used in the building, just 2 months ago wall of about 6 out of 12 lock up shops there has serious cracks on the wall, This man has been doing all sort of repair in a house that was built less than a year.

    The worst happenend when one of the tenant tried to renovate his own shop to his own taste, because he wants to use the place as a studio, then he got all furniture needed eg door, wadrobes, can you immagine what really happened that day, hmm , as the brick layer hits the sledge hammer to remove the existing door, the whole front wall collapse.

    House built with substandard material are hopeless because there will be repairs day in day out, and artificial earth quake may occur anytime.

    Thank God someone has reported the building to the environmental officer and the plaza has been labeled sealed because its a time bomb that may collapsed at any time.

    Ulike the other man who built his own plaza with standard metarial, he has remained intack without any sudden repear. He has not be called for even once to repair a dem in the plaza

  36. victorie

    September 1, 2016 at 12:35 pm

    Spend more on quality materials and earn yourself a great rest of mind. I discovered that some people love to buy cheap thing that has low quality to ones that are costly but with high quality.
    I would never forget the case of my uncle. We just work up one morning and discovered that one door in one of our rooms got spoit. Moreover i had always told my uncle to go after good products like emilinks, instead for him to listen, he would rather turn deaf ears to me. We went out this day to buy another door, instead of going for a good one, he went for another cheaper one with a low grade. He was told that the good one cost just 30k in which had the money, he rather went for a 20k price. My uncle would always say “manage” “it is just a room door”. He believes spending less for low qualities manages his money, this time the reverse was the case. He called a capenter to fixed the new one. To his suprise, two month later the door handle got broken, he decided to buy an handle to it with a cost of 5k and the repairer collect an extra 1k. Few months later, the hinge of the door got detached, this time he was now regreating for what he had done, and got a repairer to fixed it again at the cost of 2k. The worst part now occured, the door started peeling and all that was repaired got spoit again. He was so angry, he had to call me solemly and sent me to buy him what would be good, i went straight to get emilinks door. He eventually spent more than what he could have spent. It is about two years now, we are still enjoying the quality door.
    As Reekaado banks sang “i no dey use substandard” so also for me, i no dey use substandard cus Emilinks is standard.
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoorstory
    -Day 25

  37. Brian O.

    September 1, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    #Day25 #Emilinks #mydoorstory @bellanaijaonline Firstly what is a House?
    A house is a building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small group of people.

    When Building a house ,
    The most Important thing is to ensure that your contractor or builder builds with Quality materials and not substandard.

    Substandard building materials make buildings weaker and more likely to collapse during natural disaster which bring loss of lives and properties.

    It is 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 a long term investment, but individuals/firms still use these substandard materials with or without their knowledge and they end up spending more money in the maintenance.

    Houses that are built with Quality materials can never be compared with those built with substandard materials.
    Houses built with quality Materials lasts longer and Saves you cost of maintenance and also guaranties the safeness of you and your family.

    Speaking of Quality house materials , here is one company I recommend for you and your family and friends for quality products called
    #Emilinks_Limited- They are  a global manufacturers of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices, hotels etc.?? They use variety of innovative techniques blended with exclusive designs to build premium quality products.?
    Thanks to the CEO/MD of Emilinks limited Mr.Solomon..E…Nwadiogbu for helping eliminate fake and substandard products in Nigeria.
    We are really grateful?? We now live safe and happy. ☺
    Be wise. Be like the man who built his house on the Rock.
    #Go_for_Quality #Go_for_Emilinks!..

  38. Brian O.

    September 1, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    #Day25 #Emilinks #mydoorstory @bellanaijaonline Firstly what is a House?
    A house is a building for human habitation, especially one that is lived in by a family or small group of people.

    When Building a house ,
    The most Important thing is to ensure that your contractor or builder builds with Quality materials and not substandard.

    Substandard building materials make buildings weaker and more likely to collapse during natural disaster which bring loss of lives and properties.

    It is 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 a long term investment, but individuals/firms still use these substandard materials with or without their knowledge and they end up spending more money in the maintenance.

    Houses that are built with Quality materials can never be compared with those built with substandard materials.
    Houses built with quality Materials lasts longer and Saves you cost of maintenance and also guaranties the safeness of you and your family.

    Speaking of Quality house materials , here is one company I recommend for you and your family and friends for quality products called
    #Emilinks_Limited- They are  a global manufacturers of world-class finishing and furnishing products such as doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices, hotels etc.?? They use variety of innovative techniques blended with exclusive designs to build premium quality products.?
    Thanks to the CEO/MD of Emilinks limited Mr.Solomon..E…Nwadiogbu for helping eliminate fake and substandard products in Nigeria.
    We are really grateful?? We now live safe and happy. ☺
    Be wise. Be like the man who built his house on the Rock.
    #Go_for_Quality #Go_for_Emilinks!!..

  39. David D

    September 1, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    Day25
    #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.

  40. Eniola Akin

    September 1, 2016 at 12:44 pm

    #Day25
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    This is not a story. This is a wake-up call to my fellow Nigerians to see beyond the immediate gains of building ‘sharp sharp’ houses in order to ‘feel among’ as a landlord or house owner. In my opinion, it is way better to have a solidly-built two bedroom bungalow than a 5-bedroom duplex whose future is uncertain.
    My friends and I have been looking for a hostel for weeks now, and during my search I’ve come to a lot of painful realisations about the state of things in the country as far as buildings are concerned. Many houses we saw look like houses that have been in use for at least 20 years, even though they were just recently built. This is due to the use of substandard materials, and this is fast becoming a problem, as more and more construction companies and contractors cut corners and use substandard and non-quality materials for building houses, in order to make more money, forgetting that such houses may sometime collapse and fall, since durability is not there.
    On the other hand, there’s nothing like arriving your home after a long day at work or school and actually resting without any fear of the unforeseen.

  41. Obiora

    September 1, 2016 at 12:54 pm

    Indeed doing the right thing pays, even though it costs you. Our lives have been the perfect definition of a wanderer, My dad is a soldier and thus the many postings and transfers. We have seen different styles, designs, intuitive buildings and houses, stayed in some, briefly and lengthy but this particular one is worth mentioning. It happened one night, around 8pm when we were eating our late dinner, in Ike Nwachukwu Barracks, Obinze, Dad was watching his ritual news, mum was inside the room, and we were on the table, all of a sudden we heard thunders and saw flashes of lightening, We all thought it was a normal pour of the rain, but nope, it wasn’t. Then after came the heavy wind and then the torrential rain, we all lost appetite, but Dad didn’t appear to be that moved. He just put off his TV set and ask all light be put out. With the ball of eba still in my hands, i clinged to the chair, we are under a storm, this has become a normal thing in the East of late. We started hearing cries from neighbours, shouts from children, Our doors was moving in tune with the wind, though locked, our windows was dancing too. We started praying. But one thing was striking, dad remained collected, it went on for hours and eventually there was a calm. The next morning we saw roofs of houses lying on each other on the road, windows and doors all detached as if they were never installed. But our house stood, could it be that Dad knew we were safe, hmm. Even the new strings of houses built down the street were blown off, Dad said it’s because they used inferior building materials to build. Especially when I told them to use Emilinks furnitures, even storms wonder how they are built, so the new houses has to use Emilinks for surety next time #mydoorstory #emilinks DAy 25

  42. Hopelyn A

    September 1, 2016 at 1:08 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day-25.
    This is a pathetic story about a lady. She was from a poor family, but her parents manage to send her to higher institution as the first child and daughter so that, she can help to train her remaining four siblings. Fortunately for her she got a job with an NGO immediately after NYSC and in the course of her job, she met her fiance, and they both contributed to build a small apartment for her parents as a way of showing appreciation for the sacrifices they made for her to be able to graduate. Immediately the building was completed, they decided to get married. Little did they know that the her younger who was in charge of the building bought substandard materials so as to have extra money for his school run. The parents moved in happily, thanking God for their daughter’s successes and also preparing for the traditional marriage. On the deal day, when the groom was with his parents and invited guests in the sitting room, while the lady was changing her first outing clothes so as to dress for the second outing, they heard a thunderous sound. It was the building that collapsed! the bride and four of her friends, one of her siblings and two of her aunties died. The groom and those in the sitting room were wounded. The joyful occasion switched automatically to a mournful occasion. The forerunner of the family was gone. Its a lesson for all of us. Let’s use high quality building materials and not subsatandard ones because it can lead to disaster.

  43. Eniola Akin

    September 1, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    Y.O.L.O – You Only Live Once
    Many of us say this so much that it has become a cliché, but how many of us actually follow this? How many of us actually put our lives and the lives of our families first before quick, temporary gains? It’s a sad thing that one would decide to build a house with a certain budget, but because of the influence of peers and family, or maybe to look like a ‘big man’, would decide to build one beyond his reach. The outcome of all this would be to use substandard products to build the house, in order to reach complete the project.
    Using substandard products to build a house is a disaster waiting to happen, as substandard products do not stand the test of time. You only live once. Why don’t you live it right?
    #Day25 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  44. Mahka

    September 1, 2016 at 1:15 pm

    #Emilinks My Doo Story Day 25
    My cousin brother is an Engineer at one time he had so much time on his hands ; wasn’t employed.
    I come back from work daily and there he was bragging about the day’s fixes. I didn’t want to burst his bubble by complaining about how the door he fixed still has wires n metals poking out so I cheered him on.
    Everyday it’s one new fixes;bathroom door,kitchen bolts with all the junk wires n metal scraps still poking out-Jack of all trades.
    One faithful Saturday morning as I got ready to launch my new Asoebi attire,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 n even more pissed at the freaking door. Immediately I called my carpenter to change all the bad doors.
    The carpenter came trying to sell me knock offs but I insisted cos I knew there was only one brand that assures me of my safety and security…
    We woke on Sunday morning to the sounds of Emilinks doors being replaced in the living room,our faces lit up with smiles cos we know say beta don land.
    It’s been years since and my Emilinks doors still stands ka ka ra ka,no shaking. Even my poor carpenter too has joined in preaching the gospel of Emilinks doors.

  45. Mahka

    September 1, 2016 at 1:17 pm

    #Emilinks My Door Story Day 25
    My cousin brother is an Engineer at one time he had so much time on his hands ; wasn’t employed.
    I come back from work daily and there he was bragging about the day’s fixes. I didn’t want to burst his bubble by complaining about how the door he fixed still has wires n metals poking out so I cheered him on.
    Everyday it’s one new fixes;bathroom door,kitchen bolts with all the junk wires n metal scraps still poking out-Jack of all trades.
    One faithful Saturday morning as I got ready to launch my new Asoebi attire,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 n even more pissed at the freaking door. Immediately I called my carpenter to change all the bad doors.
    The carpenter came trying to sell me knock offs but I insisted cos I knew there was only one brand that assures me of my safety and security…
    We woke on Sunday morning to the sounds of Emilinks doors being replaced in the living room,our faces lit up with smiles cos we know say beta don land.
    It’s been years since and my Emilinks doors still stands ka ka ra ka,no shaking. Even my poor carpenter too has joined in preaching the gospel of Emilinks doors.

  46. Tolulope

    September 1, 2016 at 1:24 pm

    Day 25.The unfortunate experience i had in an hostel i stayed in school made me realize that the safety of a building goes beyond the beauty of the building and how fast it was to build it but rather what determines the safety of a building is the standard of materials used.This particular hostel was appealing to the eyes and also very expensive mainly because it was a private hostel and not within the school compound but about five minutes away on foot. However, this hostel had a lot of shortcomings ranging from leaking roofs, broken doors, cracked walls amongst others.The hostel is a three storey building and it took the constructors about a year to complete it and I remember how packed it was with student upon completion.My room had the most of the problems and rainy season was one of our worst times. We made a list of who is to clean the room once it was flooded but my room mate and I almost always had an excuse not to be in the room during this time and our incessant complains fell on deaf ears.On the outside the hostel was beautiful and we were the envy of most students but all this room gave me was utter discomfort and I did not bother to renew my payment after that session.Therefore, investing on standard building materials such as #Emilinks when building should be the utmost priority of any builder as this ensures peace of mind and total comfort.#Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  47. Oluwaseun Afolabi

    September 1, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    Just not to close my eyes, it’s all about nightmares, seeing witches and wizard, fighting and terrifying me in my dreams.
    Not until my pastor told me that “I need to barricade the door of my heart before this mystery can end and before that can happen, I need to change my defenseless and thatched door in my house”. I googled out the best door to use, Hey! It was Emilinks door. I got my house door changed to Emilinks door.
    Ever since I changed the door of my house with Emilinks door all my nightmares has been barricaded in the supernatural. No more witches and wizards in dreams.
    My yesterday mystery has become today history. All thanks to #Emilinks door!
    #Emilinks My Door Story Day 25

  48. Oluwaseun Afolabi

    September 1, 2016 at 1:32 pm

    #Emilinks My Door Story Day 25
    What a egress to walk through each day, Ade said after passing through a door that open and close itself in a super mall, Ade go forth and back to indorse if the door will do the same, and the door doesn’t thwart him, it must be some one that did that or the door has eyes, that’s not important anyways, so far I can go in there and get what I want and come out safely. It doesn’t bother me. He checked the tagged, hmmmmEmilinks, what a name.But come to think of it, doors are very important, how will a building be without door, uncompleted building? Hesoliloquized.
    Not only building ooo, my mouth is a door of my body, I can decide what to put in and the output, but sometimes the output of my mouth must come out so it won’t be hazardous to my flesh house.
    Oh so is door important in a house, wow, and my door at home is not safe, I know that. I need Emilinks door so that it can open and close itself, determines who to take in and to send out. Barricade frivolous act and protect its house master, no security needed, and no extra lock all I need is Emilinks door and that’s all.
    Ade’s soliloquy attracted the attention of the buyer, seller and passerby, while he was still starring at the door in the super mall. I think you are right bro, what is the name of the door again? This question bring Ade back from his Dramatic Soliloquy and he answered EeeemiiiilinksEmilinks!

  49. Eniola Akin

    September 1, 2016 at 1:38 pm

    #Day25
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    Imagine sitting on a stool and suddenly it buckles under you, and you fall to the floor. Or using a ‘microwave safe’ bowl to warm your soup in the microwave, only for it to melt off? You feel that sense of disappointment too? Good. Now keep that in mind as I tell you my story. My very sad story.
    You see, I am an orphan. I recently found out that the people I have regarded to be my parents are actually my aunty and her husband. I do not know my parents because they died when I was just three years old. While I was playing with my neighbours’ kids, the house in which we were living in collapsed, killing both of them instantly, along with three other people in the building.
    The landlord was arrested after it was discovered that the house was not built with quality materials, but what good could’ve ever come out of his arrest? Lives had been lost, properties lost, so his arrest didn’t mean anything to my aunty and family. We have gotten over the incident, but I still live in fear of the unknown as regards quality strong houses built with quality doors, so when I heard about the quality products from Emilinks Nigeria, I made up my mind to tell my story, just so my fellow Nigerians can listen and learn.
    It doesn’t pay to be penny-wise, pound-foolish. You have to make sure to take your life into your hands and make the right decisions for your life and health. Use quality, standard products from Emilinks, moreso now that there’s a promo going on. Stay safe Nigerians!

  50. Onoriode Kevwe

    September 1, 2016 at 1:44 pm

    Ha, I tot I wud win ooo…. Lolzzzzz I wud continue to post tho!

  51. Onoriode Kevwe

    September 1, 2016 at 1:46 pm

    Day 25
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    Last raining season was a terrible period for me and my family. We were leaving in constant fear and alertness,WHY?because the rented apartment we were living in was bad, did I say bad? I mean, worse… The roof of the house was leaking and whenever it rained,we wud all be running up and down like James Bond, all this came about because the landlord used Substandard materials.
    Yes, we were managing the house because, it was quite cheap and my parents were almost done with building ours. But one faithful night, precisely on the 23rd September, 2015, we experienced the heaviest rain ever! Everybody was up and doing, my dad was trying to mend the ceiling, my mom was packing some valuables, my siblings were trying to put buckets on leaking spots so it wud leak directly into the bucket. My cousin was using Parker to bail out water from the kitchen, while I was removing electronics from leaking spots to avoid electrocution ! IT WAS INDEED A NIGHT TO REMEMBER. Almost everything in that house had issues, there was a time the door knob of our front door couldn’t move… There was no way to wind and unwind the knob. The furniture and shelves were already friends with termites. Because of the troubles we faced in the house, my father promised to make our own house a better house. He bought quality materials, he didn’t want us to go thru wat we went thru wit the leaking house. We moved into our new house and we have been enjoying it since… Our front door is Emilinks door, we have two wardrobes from Emilinks also! To avoid sleeping wit one eye opened, use quality materials. Use Emilinks.

  52. Michaela

    September 1, 2016 at 1:49 pm

    Day 25
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Beta tin dey gud for eye… Building wen u use correct correct materials take build, nai better pass ooo, e dey last, e dey kampe, e go give you peace of mind , but building wen u use wuru wuru material for, nor go fit last all, na frm one trouble to another trouble, frm patch patch to patch patch, u nor go fit get peace of mind at all. Na so one man for we area go begin dey build house, well dat one nor be house na Hou… Lolz. Na so so fake things the man take build am, evrybodi for area know say na wuru wuru material the man used. Nothing dey work for the house frm socket, door, window, etc. Everywhere for d house get k-leg, nobody dey like to park enter the house sef because from the day wen you park enter, na so so repair you go dey repair till u Park comot. Wuru wuru materials nor good, e dey scata things for person. Money wen u dey try avoid, nai double you go come spend. Just close eye buy correct materials. Buy Emilinks, e dey KAMPE!!!

  53. Geraldine Daniel

    September 1, 2016 at 1:53 pm

    Day 25
    #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!

  54. Samuel Tunde

    September 1, 2016 at 1:56 pm

    #Emilinks In the year 1981 Living Faith Tabernacle worldwide a.k.a winners was to be built in ota Ogun state covering about 70 of the 560 acres which can occupy about 50,000 sitters. The man of God Dr.Olaniyi David Oyedepo who was also an architect started with 25 indigenous architect and other 175 contractors, but confidently the man of God said the building must not have an inside pillars immediately the contractors who had no option was shocked but rest assured of God capability and their experiences so they went ahead. The project began and the best of material were used for the project. Starting from the foundation of in forced concrete, girdle and blocks, two-way cast gate with colorful artwork to the marble decorated floor and staircase, from the roofing to the windows, which were of great quality, also good and durable gigantic doors and gate were used at each entrance. At the end the building stands as the “no 1 largest church” all over Africa with amazing constructing materials who will forever remain ever green and its reckon as the Greatest church auditorium in the world December 2005 till date, not only that the contractors were also awarded as the best contractors of the year. This great achievement led to building every living faith church branches which is over 300 buildings in accumulation in every cities in Nigeria without pillar inside of them because they are rest assured of the quality materials, just to bring you the latest news emilinks produce good constructing materials like this. Go for the best and achieve the best of your desires. #bellanaija #mydoorstory #day25

  55. Abiodun

    September 1, 2016 at 1:58 pm

    DAY 25 – My father really loves my family because when building our new house, he went for only the best quality for everything: cement, wood, roofing, doors, furniture etc just as good as the quality of the superb Emilinks. We never need to worry especially now that it is rainy season. Nigerians need to get the now affordable Emilinks products and ensure their safety. What is worth doing is worth doing well! #MyDoorStory #EmilinksNG

  56. Tobiloba

    September 1, 2016 at 2:03 pm

    #Day24
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    About three weeks ago I woke up at midnight, not because I had a bad dream, nor did I feel like praying, but all because of unpleasant noises made by some uninvited guests. It was at exactly 2am I heard this sleep interrupting sound, and I woke up with mirage of thoughts going through my mind in split mili-seconds, wandering, what or who could make such noise at such hour? With my eyes wide opened, (now everywhere was as silent as a grave yard) I found my lamp, switched it on, then tried to trace the sound and where it came from. I found myself in the kitchen. My kitchen was in deep mess, bowls were on the floor, their contents all spilled to the ground and again I wondered, who or what did this? Still wandering, I tried to pick the bowls up placed them back on the sink, got a broom, gathered the spilled contents on the floor, and as a swept I noticed a spoon in the far end of my kitchen, concluding that it rolled there when the bowls fell, I reached to it to pick it up and behold there was the answer to my “wanderings”. I heard sounds of some strange creature, having in mind that this might be awful, first I picked the spoon up, placed it in the sink, and turned the broom I was holding up-side down such that I was now holding the part meant for sweeping, waiting vigilantly for whatever may come, and alas they came out swiftly in their numbers and kinds (some brown, some ash, some black), Rodents!!! I with ferociousness aimed at them hard with the broom but I could only hit two and the rest vanished! I traced their creepy sounds and discovered a hole beneath my door which they had created by eating up! I was so frustrated. I threw the two I had killed outside, and since that night I didn’t sleep well not until I had my door changed to a well creative furnished Emilinks product which have keot those rodents at bay and restricted them to where they belong (outside). All tanks to Emilinks na una be baba!

  57. Ella

    September 1, 2016 at 2:21 pm

    My husband and I just moved into our new house, it’s such a pretty house, with that brand new feel everywhere except for my kitchen and toilet doors.
    Because of money my husband contracted a capenter in the neighbourhood who used inferior materials.
    Cooking became such an issue because the door is always stuck. And the fact that its made of heavy wood material made it worse (I’m sure that’s what made my husband think it was of good quality) . I have to use all the stored up energy in me to open it up. Sometimes I get to call up my husband to come use his manly power to open it up. When I come home tired sometimes, I give up cooking begging my hubby to eat junks for dinner cause I don’t want to go through the stress of opening the door.
    As for the toilet door, it was eaten up by termites and so started falling off the hinges. It was embarrassing having visitors over.
    My husband noticed this and decided to surprise me with a change.
    That change was Emilinks doors. Now I don’t have to be frightened to come home to cook for my darling husband or scared that visitors will ask to use the toilet. All thanks to Emilinks for their nice and affordable doors, making my life so easy.
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day25

  58. Tobiloba

    September 1, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    #Day25
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    About three weeks ago I woke up at midnight, not because I had a bad dream, nor did I feel like praying, but all because of unpleasant noises made by some uninvited guests. It was at exactly 2am I heard this sleep interrupting sound, and I woke up with mirage of thoughts going through my mind in split mili-seconds, wandering, what or who could make such noise at such hour? With my eyes wide opened, (now everywhere was as silent as a grave yard) I found my lamp, switched it on, then tried to trace the sound and where it came from. I found myself in the kitchen. My kitchen was in deep mess, bowls were on the floor, their contents all spilled to the ground and again I wondered, who or what did this? Still wandering, I tried to pick the bowls up placed them back on the sink, got a broom, gathered the spilled contents on the floor, and as a swept I noticed a spoon in the far end of my kitchen, concluding that it rolled there when the bowls fell, I reached to it to pick it up and behold there was the answer to my “wanderings”. I heard sounds of some strange creature, having in mind that this might be awful, first I picked the spoon up, placed it in the sink, and turned the broom I was holding up-side down such that I was now holding the part meant for sweeping, waiting vigilantly for whatever may come, and alas they came out swiftly in their numbers and kinds (some brown, some ash, some black), Rodents!!! I with ferociousness aimed at them hard with the broom but I could only hit two and the rest vanished! I traced their creepy sounds and discovered a hole beneath my door which they had created by eating up! I was so frustrated. I threw the two I had killed outside, and since that night I didn’t sleep well not until I had my door changed to a well creative furnished Emilinks product which have keot those rodents at bay and restricted them to where they belong (outside). All tanks to Emilinks na una be baba!

  59. Moses O.

    September 1, 2016 at 3:30 pm

    #Day 25
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory @bellanaija

    Early this year one Thursday evening like that, I sat down lost in my thoughts.
    then suddenly I jumped on my feet out of fear, gosh! It was my friend Razaq whom I visited that tapped me on the shoulder.
    ‘’Guy what are you thinking of?’’ He said

    ‘Guy I have to pack into my new apartment in few weeks time, since I could not afford a very good apartment I have to manage that one I told you about, the one near that fuel station, Guy that house is leaking badly, With the way things are now, i may have to pay for 1 year, I don’t have much to get a better apartment. I explained to my friend Rasaq.

    “O boy, in this raining season, that is the last thing you need, Why not go for a much better and affordable apartment, there is one across that street after that mai suya, their building materials are of #Emilinks brand just like my own they are affordable, durable and comfortable to stay in’’

    The next day he took me there, and to my surprise, it was just the way he described it, We had to contact the agent immediately and I paid for 1 ½ years.
    Wow, the house is just my dream house.
    I have no more fears of having to sleep under a leaking roof.
    Patronize EMILINKS products, e.g. Kitchen set, Doors, Chairs etc and you will be glad you did.

  60. Chiebonam Ani

    September 1, 2016 at 3:47 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    It happened that day in my neighboring village last two month, we went for a wedding in a school compound in fact that day which supposed to be a joyful day turns out to be a day of sorrow
    it happened that, i will say why is it that a contractor built with inferior materials all because of excess interest, and had that the building was commissioned last year before 2015 election.
    It was a terrible day that day, as the event was going on all of a sudden a wall collapsed but a man beside the side towards the front where the wall collapsed said he saw the wall side was like moving but decided not to talk because he has taken some bottles of guilder thinking maybe that’s why he is seeing it that way but again he wants to talk but he kept it to himself that people may say he is drunk.
    And the collapsed side is where the DJ instruments are, what now surprised me was that I begin to asked myself was it the vibration from the speakers that pull the wall down, then the man staying close to me said to me this is the effect of using substandard materials just as if he knew what am contemplating on.
    Like i was saying the ceremony ended at that spot because a lot of people get injured though no life was lost,
    Although the architectural pattern is okay . And I had that the amount awarded on building the hall is enough to built two standard of it size.
    House built with inferior materials endangers life I will say is like a trap set for an antelope.
    Notting sweat like when one built a house with standard materials with Emilinks doors and other needed furniture’s from Emilinks. I could remembered a day one old woman visited my mother and she saw one of this door from the Emilinks furniture’s , she said ” uzo a bu kwa uzo n di ocha ” this is white men’s door that is foreign door but she was let known that is of Nigeria made.

  61. Falilat

    September 1, 2016 at 3:53 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #MyDay25
    @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

  62. Smart Onyedika

    September 1, 2016 at 3:56 pm

    Day25
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    We all know that houses built with quality materials cannot be compared with those built with inferior materials. These materials may be more expensive but they are worth it because they help build secure houses.You don’t get to see cracked walls,leaking roofs,windows eaten by termites and the rest.And most importantly Emilinks produces furniture that gives a house further protection. Their doors are the best one can possibly get.If you want that house to be seen by more generations to come, use quality materials like those of Emilinks and you won’t regret it.Thank you Emilinks.

  63. Owarioka D

    September 1, 2016 at 3:58 pm

    Day25
    #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.

  64. Yemisi

    September 1, 2016 at 4:01 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #MyDay25 @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 in 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 quack 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 .

  65. Obiora

    September 1, 2016 at 5:09 pm

    Indeed doing the right thing pays, even though it costs you. Our lives have been the perfect definition of a wanderer, My dad is a soldier and thus the many postings and transfers. We have seen different styles, designs, intuitive buildings and houses, stayed in some, briefly and lengthy but this particular one is worth mentioning. It happened one night, around 8pm when we were eating our late dinner, in Ike Nwachukwu Barracks, Obinze, Dad was watching his ritual news, mum was inside the room, and we were on the table, all of a sudden we heard thunders and saw flashes of lightening, We all thought it was a normal pour of the rain, but nope, it wasn’t. Then after came the heavy wind and then the torrential rain, we all lost appetite, but Dad didn’t appear to be that moved. He just put off his TV set and ask all light be put out. With the ball of eba still in my hands, i clinged to the chair, we are under a storm, this has become a normal thing in the East of late. We started hearing cries from neighbours, shouts from children, Our doors was moving in tune with the wind, though locked, our windows was dancing too. We started praying. But one thing was striking, dad remained collected, it went on for hours and eventually there was a calm. The next morning we saw roofs of houses lying on each other on the road, windows and doors all detached as if they were never installed. But our house stood, could it be that Dad knew we were safe, hmm. Even the new strings of houses built down the street were blown off, Dad said it’s because they used inferior building materials to build. Especially when I told them to use Emilinks furnitures, even storms wonder how they are built, so the new houses has to use Emilinks for surety next time #mydoorstory #emilinks #day 25

  66. Michael

    September 1, 2016 at 5:21 pm

    The place where I live is a new area, new houses spring up almost every week, and as a result of that there are many uncompleted buildings in the area. Most times area boys use these uncompleted buildings as their hide out, either to smoke or to do all sorts of evil, I stay in Jos the plateau state capital, which makes the place I stay very rocky, and so it is a normal thing to blast rock when digging a well in search of water.
    On this day, the area boys were inside a particular uncompleted building as usual, I guess they chose the building cos it gave them good shelter as the building was roofed, a close compound decided to blast rock underground, as soon as it happened the vibration sent shock waves to the buildings nearby including ours, some had a crack, but that particular one they were in came crashing down with them inside it, it was a tragedy as three of them died while the rest sustained serious injuries, our house stood and not even a crack was found and that’s because much emphasis was laid on using quality products from Emilikns during the building process, if only the contractor had known he wouldn’t have wasted his time, he just killed three innocent lives for nothing, and now he’s being charged to court, building with substandard products is being penny wise pound foolish so go for Emilinks quality products. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 23

  67. Cynthia

    September 1, 2016 at 5:30 pm

    emilinks #day 25#my door story
    THE IMPORTANCE OF USING GOOD MATERIALS FOR BUILDING IN THE SOCIETY.
    Ever wondered why some buildings collapse after few years or even months after building while others stand tall and strong many years after? The importance of using good materials for your house/shop/church/hotel,etc. When building is a very important fact that most people overlook, some people just want to rush and build without really going into any research for the right building materials, Using sub standard materials for building can lead to collapse of the building which can lead to loss of properties and even lives, In some cases, there is dilapidation of such building without full collapse eg The roofs can begin to leak, The floors can start breaking in,the walls can cave in. All these can cause great damage to properties and lives..it can even leave people homeless and stranded it is therefore adviceable to go for quality instead of quantity when building, A lot of people go for cheap materials with the mentality that one is as good as another especially some contractors trying to get quick money.
    SOLUTIONS : To avoid this House owners should do careful research about any company before handing out Building contracts to them and quality products such as emilinks should be used, and there should be some kind of monitoring by the Government for the kind of building materials going into the market

  68. gaspar moses

    September 1, 2016 at 5:34 pm

    DAY 25 My story is about the importance of quality over quantity and cost.. my family friend Mr David paid a contractor to be in charge of his two storey 6 bedroom flat, the building process began and Mr David left all the building process to the able hand of the contactor but greed set it and the contractor began to buy substandard building materials to minimise cost so he could make much gain. The building was erected within eleven months and everybody was happy. The building was launched and Mr David and his family moved in. Five months later Mr David began complaining about leaking roof, cracks on his wall, termite attacks on wooden furniture’s and one good afternoon the family were in the parlor and they had their maid shouting “oga oga house Don fall oh” they all ran out and saw that the backyard wall had fallen off. Mr David was very angry and after making enquiries he discovered that the contractor used substandard materials and cheap labour. Mr David had to refinish the the house using emilinks products and till date he has always testified of quality standard.
    #Emilinks furniture
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoor story
    #Day25.

  69. irorobeje monday

    September 1, 2016 at 5:37 pm

    When building the first thing that comes into mind of every builder is material quality and material cost. It is quite unfortunate that a building that has been built is been repaired because of the influx of substandard material. A building is supposed to be long term investment but these days the reverse is the case. For example houses in the rural areas, we often hear cases whereby wind carry away rooftops and make buildings collapse. This is as a result of substandard building materials. Standard building as seen in Emilinks enhances the strongness, beauty and quality of a house.

  70. joseph daniel

    September 1, 2016 at 5:42 pm

    Am a final year Architecture student in fed poly Nekede. I was recently contacted by an old client I designed a three story students hostel for. He told me of how the walls cracked and the roofing sheets all spoiled. During the construction of the building, the engineer complained of the clients lack of interest on the quality of materials used but,rather focused on maximizing profits. He refused to pay for the adequate ratio of hard core to be used for the DPC. So,the engineer was forced to improvise. When the building reached roofing level,the client didn’t have money for a quality roofing sheets and the engineer advised him to wait,but,because the start of new academic session is near,he neglected the engineer’s advise, hired a street carpenter and roofed the building with inferior woods and roofing sheets. One year later,his calling to tell me that all the students abandoned the building because the whole walls have cracked due to excess absorption of moist and to make it all worse,the roof sheets started pealing off and the woods decay from termite attack. Now he regrets not going for standard and quality materials. Day 25. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  71. Chioma

    September 1, 2016 at 6:02 pm

    EMILINKSNG #DAY25
    Recently i had the oppurtunity to witness the collapse of a building, According to some people around, the house had stood for only two years before its collapse , Luckily no lives were lost but a lot of property damage was experienced and re building will definitely take more money than the initial building, it got me wondering about the real cause of building collapses which is no strange thing in our society today.
    The major cause of building collapses is the use of inferior and fake building materials for building, building with cheap and inferior building materials might save present cost but the money that will be spent on repairs subsequently will cost you even more, the house wont be able to withstand a serious storm without damages like leaking roof, peeling paints, broken doors or window, even broken walls. There’s no guaranteed safety of lives or properties with bad materials but Building with good materials will give you better enjoyment for your house and your safety concerning the house will be guaranteed 100%, EMILINKSNG offers quality products for your house and buildings

  72. gaspar seun

    September 1, 2016 at 6:04 pm

    Day 25. I am a student of federal university technology owerri. The need for quality cannot be overemphasised, good quality does not just provide comfort pleasure and beauty but also security and peace of mind. A building erected with standard materials assures you of comfort, safety, beauty and style. Emilinks product are built to standard using approved procedures, materials and technology. Emilinks products guarantees you of standard 24/7
    #Emilinks furniture
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoorstory

  73. Boluwatife

    September 1, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    @emilinksng @bellanaija #mydoorstory #day 25
    A lot of people are ready to compromise,when it comes to building homes,they don’t mind using substandard materials, so far they would complete their house on time.Building collapse has become very rampant these days and people need to understand the importance of using good quality and standard materials. shelter is important and must not be built with substandard materials.shelter must be built with good and quality materials such as #emilinks, a global manufacturer of world class furnitures and finishings that makes doors, wardrobes, beds, kitchen, roofs, shelves and many more.
    Its high time regulatory bodies such as Standard Organisation of Nigeria(SON), National Association of Civil engineers, National Association of quantity surveyors etc. take a big stand on this and eradicate substandard products completely. Emilinks has taken that stand already and they are leading us to greater good. They have bettered the lives of people by securing their lives and property and protecting us against theft, collapse, diseases, frustration, money wastage and many more. #Emilinks is world class. I remember last week, when there was heavy downpour, it was so much that people had to hide.My friends house was really affected, their landlord built their house with substandard materials because he wanted to save lives,little did he know he was endangering lives of his tenant.The rain removed their roof and broke their wall.Their last born almost died, because of the heavy rain.They had to stay with their uncle for 2 days.My dad came to their rescue when he changed their roofs and wardrobe to #emilinks Since then there is no more danger of lives and prosperity. #emilinks to the rescue. Now that the use #emilinks they are safe and secure from thieves, rain, storm, rodents, insects, abuse etc. #emilinks got them covered.

  74. Igbecha Godspower

    September 1, 2016 at 6:41 pm

    Day 25
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    One cold raining night we were onside 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

  75. Ovigwere

    September 1, 2016 at 6:43 pm

    Day 25
    #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!

  76. Taiwo

    September 1, 2016 at 6:45 pm

    Day 25
    #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.

  77. Elvis ogiesoba

    September 1, 2016 at 7:04 pm

    Most buildings in our societies markets the word “substandard”. It has gotten so bad that our institutions also flaunt this label- the substandard label. How do i mean?? Take a look at our schools, projects are awarded to contractors who buys substandard materials to complete these schools. Chairs and desk doesn’t last for school children and they end up sitting down on the desk to receive lessons all resulting from the greediness of some contractors thereby they endanger the lives of little kids. What these contractors fail to know is that children can’t always be cautious hence quality materials are needed, materials that won’t wear out easily. Office chairs and desk are mostly substandard and poor teachers are forced to be uncomfortable all through school hours. these uncomfortability later lead to high blood pressure eventually death, yes death. All these and more happens from the negligence of a few people who decide to enrich themselves with one project.
    Little things are littles but whatever we do counts and all these can change when we start thinking right, when we start thinking quality,durability, affordability. YES THEN YOU ARE THINKING EMILINKS.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day25.

  78. Ayokunle

    September 1, 2016 at 7:19 pm

    #Day 25
    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory
    And so we went for community service posting in a village in the eastern part of Delta state .We were put together in a room ,eight of us precisely.We were happy, it was going to be an adventure, but lo, our proposed to be happiness was to be short-lived when we discovered that the door to our room where we wud be staying for the nxt 3 weeks was five inches short from the ground with termite ridden openings and a croaking creaking sound like a group of angry frogs in a pool of water. We tried to cover the openings in the door with pieces of rags like the an average Nigerian wud do to make D place conducive. But guess wat, the more we tried to cover d openings,the more the holes and more squeaking the sound. We were scared and always too tired to go in and out of the room bcos D door wud croak and squeak and everybody will av an idea who had just come in or left, not to mention the crawling insects that would come into D room thru D openings becoming our constant visitors. You couldn’t even sneak a guy in at night if u wanted to ,because out creaking door will give u away. we complained, we whined, and cried and the school authorities came to our rescue. A new Emilinks door was installed in our community hostel. Right now I can afford to sneak in and out of the room ,no more crawlimg creatures and my roommates have no worries sleeping soundly. Tanks Emilinks

  79. kings obi

    September 1, 2016 at 7:26 pm

    Day 25. What just happened? That is exactly the question I asked on the most annoying day of the month of august. This is how it started: I was running late for my exam,in absolute hurry I shut my door and ran off to school. I got to the venue 30 minutes late and so I couldn’t finish before submission. I was so furious, I didn’t even wait for my friends, I just went home straight. Like that wasn’t enough,the bike I was on crashed into a gutter along d road,my arm and knee was badly bruised. The bruises where painful but that didn’t bother me as much as the dirty water I was soaked in. I was so embarrassed, with tail between my legs,I slipped through the crowd of sympathizers and went home. I couldn’t wait to get home so I can take my bath, eat,treat my wounds and then get a good rest. Well,I didn’t know the worst was yet to happen. When I got home,with so much eagerness to get into my room,I brought out my keys from my little side bag,slide in to unlock my door but my door refused to open. For more than 30 minutes I was patiently trying to open my door but all my effort was to no avail. I tried till I couldn’t stop myself from screaming out loud,”I hate fake doors”. After hours of anger and depression, I sought after a professional door installer to help me out,he told me an inferior door was installed,which was why my lock was spoiled. I ended up staying outside all afternoon till evening,with bruises, hungry and sad. All because of an inferior door installed to my room. I strongly believe that if that door was manufactured by emilinks,I wouldn’t have suffered the fate i did suffer that very day.Even the professional door installer I called on had only but good testimonies about emilinks and the quality of their products. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  80. Alero

    September 1, 2016 at 7:37 pm

    #Day25 #Emilinks #Mydoorstory
    I remember this saying “All that glitters is not gold” And not every thing that we see is true.Emilinks reminds me of what has happened in my household early this year,My little cousin was in the kitchen,when she was about to throw away some dirt’s.The placement on the ceiling fell to the ground and she was right under it,she got injured,but thank God it was not critical..This all happened because even before moving into our house…The neighbors told my dad not to take the house because the house was not strong enough but it was very beautiful,but my dad did not listen to him.It was then he had realize that he made a mistake because the house we where living was built was substandard building materials,A friend of my dad later introduced him to how good quality building materials looked like and how they are being created,But before then we where already building our own house and that gave my dad the insight of what to chose and the right products to use when you completed our house…. Thanks to #Emilinks product that was introduced,we now live comfortably in our house with not fear of the building collapsing or falling.

  81. uzzy

    September 1, 2016 at 8:12 pm

    Being a futo student, I have seen the worst when it comes to buildings. from roofs that fall apart in a storm, to lecture halls that have cracked walls, Even to bad doors and windows which are not in the least conducive in a learning environment. one particular incidence almost Cost Me my life and the life of a whole lot of students too. I went for night class in one of the church halls. suddenly it started raining heavily and the wind was quite intense. without any warning, or sign of breaking, the wooden pillars broke and the roof fell to the ground covering all of us sitting inside the hall. it was really horrible cos we managed to escape with our lives. it’s really sad that Even I’m the church people settle for less and substandard building materials which could cause loss of life.am grateful am Alive to tell the story. I know if the materials were from emilinks, that disaster wouldn’t have happened. quality is always the better choice
    #mydoorstory
    #Emilinks
    day 25

  82. anurika ezeh

    September 1, 2016 at 8:34 pm

    Day 25 ;  My father’s death was sudden and unexpected my mum being humble lost all my father’s properties to his only brother including his lands in various states. My father’s brother went ahead to build a students lodge in one of the lands and a duplex for himself and his family in another. Two years later an incident occurred in his students lodge, part of the building collapsed injuring some students. After much investigation it was discovered that the lodge was built with substandard materials. Unknown to us his duplex had been suffering almost the same fate. After much legal actions our father’s properties were returned to us, we made sure to use Emilinks materials for all our buildings. Emilinks assure you of quality, safety, comfort and style.
    #Emilinksfurnitures
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoorstory.
     

  83. gaspar moses

    September 1, 2016 at 8:35 pm

    DAY 25 My story is about the importance of quality over quantity and cost.. my family friend Mr David paid a contractor to be in charge of his two storey 6 bedroom flat, the building process began and Mr David left all the building process to the able hand of the contactor but greed set it and the contractor began to buy substandard building materials to minimise cost so he could make much gain. The building was erected within eleven months and everybody was happy. The building was launched and Mr David and his family moved in. Five months later Mr David began complaining about leaking roof, cracks on his wall, termite attacks on wooden furniture’s and one good afternoon the family were in the parlor and they had their maid shouting “oga oga house Don fall oh” they all ran out and saw that the backyard wall had fallen off. Mr David was very angry and after making enquiries he discovered that the contractor used substandard materials and cheap labour. Mr David had to refinish the the house using emilinks products and till date he has always testified of quality standard.
    #Emilinks furniture
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoor story
    #Day25.

  84. kendal

    September 1, 2016 at 8:40 pm

    This week’s story reminds me of how the synagogue church collapsed. It was a tragic experience. A lot of tales were told concerning the collapse. Some even said it was terrorist attacks m, some others, witchcraft. but I feel it was as a result of substandard materials that’s practically the major reason for disasters like collapse. If only Nigerians will overlook greed and put life and property first there will be a headway in reducing collapse of buildings and loss of life and property. At least a company like emilinks is putting its feet down to make sure the high rate of substandard materials is reduced. That the change we need.

  85. kendal

    September 1, 2016 at 8:44 pm

    This week ’ s story reminds me
    of how the synagogue church
    collapsed. It was a tragic
    experience. A lot of tales
    were told concerning the
    collapse. Some even said it
    was terrorist attacks m, some
    others, witchcraft . but I feel it
    was as a result of
    substandard materials that ’ s
    practically the major reason
    for disasters like collapse. If
    only Nigerians will overlook
    greed and put life and
    property first there will be a
    headway in reducing collapse
    of buildings and loss of life
    and property. At least a
    company like emilinks is
    putting its feet down to make
    sure the high rate of
    substandard materials is
    reduced. That the change we
    need.
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 25

  86. Komolafe Bamidele

    September 1, 2016 at 8:47 pm

    My story goes this, according to Karl Marx ” the more the powerful of means of labour ( instrument like modern machine than more of human impact to his object of labour ( I.e the ability to acquire best materials things natural environment give) it’s obvious that building this building was collectively plan by group of architect which it very unique and previous in my on sight it it was building in 1960s with the best materials like cement brick and thick iron, how I wish we can still continue to built the pattern. I was amazing when I first sight it because it was single handily built on just 24 pillar with packing space throughout at the floor, and combination of four storey building on just pillar, vow is so amazing and very creative which make it a point of reference to all. I come concluded by saying that by money almost everything is possible. @bellanaija @EmilinksNG #Mydoorstory #Emilinks

  87. Chimatex

    September 1, 2016 at 8:49 pm

    Please admin, i made a post earlier, but i can’t see it here. It is still awaiting moderation.

  88. Abiodun Oluwaseun

    September 1, 2016 at 8:56 pm

    some fifteen years back on a sunny Saturday evening,enjoying a weekend derby match between Manchester united and Manchester city. tho it was not a derby that covers or draw many attention as it use to be. the ran started just like a rumble and it broke the deadlock as if it was a die minute goal. nevertheless the then to be power holding company known as NEPA then took power and brought an end to the mouth watering match and signalled the beginning of the soon to be horror that would live down as memory for myself and my siblings. pupcy was vexed and mumcy was happy because I would be available to help her in the kitchen much to my displeasure. five minutes later the horror broke and the roof was lifted and this wind from nowhere came and struck hitting pupcy who was hypertensive and we lost him. we were left to ruin a double pain of loosing our loving dad and home cos after the incident our dad’s family walked us out and claimed that our mom was a witch….just last year we got a rumor of our house being put up for sale. we secretly bought it and rebuilt it from the scratch using emilinks doors and quality products to turn the house to a cornerstone. Since we finished this building there has been several wind and heavy rainfall and still yet no cracks,no fault at all. thank you emilinks for barnishing this memory
    #Emilinks
    #mydoorstory day 25

  89. Arthur edima

    September 1, 2016 at 9:04 pm

    Day-25 .
    OK, last night, my grandma told me a story about the days of old, she said everything has changed in this century, atleast, life is easier now. Back then, she had to suffer lack of accommodation, as she had ran away from her village,because of the love of her life. I remember her expression, when she talked about how Freely “Ojukwu” would walk in and out of her then mud room, especially on his way back from the farm. yes, they had no doors. “He would blow me kisses from outside, and run back into my arms”, she said with a smile.

    It was in the same way, that she caught Ojukwu, kissing another girl in his own mud room, yes, for he too, had no door, and she could see through the room. She said she rushed into the room and smashed the metal calabash on Amarachi’s head. After that, she had to sleep in the bush that night, for fear that Ojukwu would WALK IN and kill her in her sleep. Ojukwu had come to her room, as she thought. In her absence, he had set her room on fire, for Amarachi, was with his child.
    But she was thankful for today, she had a roof over her head, not only a house, but one with strong, durable, long-lasting and reliable doors like Emillink doors.

    Just like Ojukwu could freely walk in and out of her house, doors let people in and out of our houses, it is the first thing they see, it tells them of the comfort and luxury awaiting them inside.

    Ojukwu had no privacy, which led to the drastic accident between my grandma and Amarachi. Doors give us privacy to be in our own world.

    My grandma had to sleep in the bush because her room had no door. Doors makes us secured in our houses, especially durable doors like Emillinks.

    To some extent, doors make us proud, it gives a sense of ownership, you know that feeling when you say ” please lock my door”? Or when you lock your door on your way out? I thought so too! For me, when I am going out and remember my door is Emillink, I just dab! Because I have nothing to worry about
    #day25
    #mydoorstory
    #emillinks

  90. gaspar emeka

    September 1, 2016 at 9:17 pm

    Day 25 I am a student of the federal university of technology owerri. The need for quality goes a long way in our day to day activity. Quality assures us of comfort, safety, security and more. A building built to standard with quality materials will in comparison be more durable and withstand the test of time to that of substandard quality. Emilinks guarantees safety, security, comfort and style.
    #Emilinksfurniture
    #Emilinks
    #Mydoorstory

  91. Adesoye E.B

    September 1, 2016 at 9:25 pm

    Little did most understand d rank of PREVENTION over SOLUTION.d stereotypical settngs of makin xtra bills frm d purchase of inferior/substandard buildin furnishing products has sent most of d young promising future 2 unplannd early grave.it was a thousand,nine hundred n forty three days few hrs ago wen d tragic news pearsd thru my hrt of Kingsleys death,who has always want to b doctor.just returnin frm football pitch,he thought of relaxatn n then he laid down on d rug of deir sitting room then I zoomd off 2 freshin up in our house three buildin s apart.i overheard my phone ringin on my way frm d bathroom so I hastin up 2 ans d call.it was kingsley calin bt on answerin it was a feminist(kingsleys neighbour)hi I ansd…com quick kingsley has bin bittin by snake she replied.outsid my awarenes,i appeard @ d scene wth a towel around d waste,soap case n 1 leg of flipflop.it was discoverd dat d base of d door jas bin attackd by a bunch of termites,eaten n serves as a passag 4 d snake.b4 we could arrivd d hospital,we lost a future doc 2 substandard door quality n nt d snake bite.if u thinkin quality products,cost efficient,guarantee,comfortable rest wth both eye closed n still achieve ur future dream,…u ar probably thinkin #Emilink furnishin prodcts.
    #Emilinks
    #mydooratory
    #day25.

  92. happiness ezeh

    September 1, 2016 at 9:31 pm

    I am a sales girl for Nelson and son’s limited. We deal on electronics and home appliances of all kinds. Two months after I resumed work with Nelson and son’s something happened. I got to the store to see that our building no longer had a roof after the earth shaking downpour of the precious night. All our appliances were destroyed by the rain my boss nearly had a stroke when he saw what had happened, according to him the building was barely a year old. Mr Nelson called his cousin who helped him build the store, his cousin in turn called the contactor who was in charge of the building. After much treat from my boss the contractor confessed to using substandard materials for building in order to save extra money to pay his rent. Now Nelson and son’s have moved to a new sight. I heard my boss say he supervised the building himself and make sure all materials from start to finish were Emilinks materials. Emilinks, durability, availability, standard and taste 24/7

  93. Timothy

    September 1, 2016 at 9:51 pm

    “I want more of you, Jesus…” coupled with intermittent vibrations was the sound that woke me up that Tuesday morning. Still feeling sleepy, I searched for my phone with my hands, and my eyes was still closed because, that song was my ringtone. As soon as I reached out for my phone, I answered the call with my optic muscles still relaxed. “Hello!” I sad with a raspy voice. “Chika! Chika! grandma is dead!” The caller said. As soon as I heard it, my eyes flung open and I jumped out of my bed. “What happened Amaka?” I said, because I could recognize the voice. “The house Daddy built for mama as her 76th birthday gift has collapsed on her “.

    Mama’s 76th birthday was a week before she died in her birthday gift. My dad almost went mad! A birthday gift that was suppose to be a blessing to mama led her to her early grave.
    I loved my grandma so much. She was very energetic and filled with life.
    She was very funny and told us a lot of stories. Now she is dead just because the birthday gift given to her was made of substandard material.

    The contractor is currently serving a jail time. But this cannot bring Mama back to life. Neither can it get my Dad off the trauma.

    Substandard materials are everywhere and has done more harm and no good. God gave us a brain so the we can give Him rest. It is not everything we pray about. God has made things easy for us. There is no need fasting and praying to God because we need quality materials for building a house. God has already answered our prayers by giving us Emilinks. Just use your head to get the address and do business with Emilinks.

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day25

  94. Franca Omon Izebhokhale

    September 1, 2016 at 10:34 pm

    It is often said that contractors are the ones to be blamed for the use of substandard building materials, but the blame should not be on them alone. Even the government can be implicated here. Our government has become so corrupt that they award contracts to companies who agrees to share the project money equally with these government officials. These contractors have no choice but to take the contract because they have to stay in business. They are then left with little amount of money and the government expect them to perform magic or miracles. Based on what they are provided with, they are left with the choice of buying any road side material which are then used in the project. This is why government project doesn’t last and after a while they are destroyed by wind or rainfall and they can’t probe these contractors because they know what they did. Government officials should for once allow quality and durable materials to be used. They will experience the marked difference when they Emilinks is the contractor. With Emilinks, the future of housing is now…..
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 25

  95. Mojisola

    September 1, 2016 at 11:35 pm

    Day 25

    I have learnt a great lesson from the use of Substandard materials… It’s too bad it’s an everlasting lesson!
    Tope and I had been friends since I knew I had to share my biscuit wit someone, we go way back primary school. She’s my BFF. One faithful afternoon after home lesson I went to Tope’s house and we were at the verandah playing, wen suddenly, I heard a loud noise, I looked back with fear only to find out that the front door fell down and landed on Tope! I screamed, her parents rushed out and Tope was taken to the hospital…we knw the rest… But it’s been 7yrs now and the scars are there on Tope’s shoulders! Her hands have never been the same again. If only the door was quality, it wouldn’t have fallen on Tope… The disadvantages of Substandard materials are too numerous to mention, the damages that a Substandard door has done to my friend cannot be over emphasized. If only the door was quality, an Emilinks door, Tope wouldn’t be in the situation she is in right now, because the door wouldn’t have fallen. Use quality materials and products so you can live in peace, so you wouldn’t have to bother about a falling door, so you won’t have a deformed shoulder like my friend! I have learnt my own lesson and have seen it first hand. Get quality, Get Emilinks! #MyDoorStory #Emilinks

  96. Emmanuel Isa

    September 1, 2016 at 11:46 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks
    “Ayomide, Iremide, common enter the car you are late for school”. ‘Mummy you’ve passed Jason’s house’. She quickly made a u-turn and picked up Jason, who is in the same class with the twin. And so, Mrs Mark dropped the children at school and zoomed off to work.

    It was 3:30pm, the alarm bell from her phone reminded her it was time to pick up the children from school. Hurriedly, she abandoned what she was doing on the computer, picked her phone and handbag and ran to the car. Oh my God, she thought, “hope I’ll make it on time, the school is some distance from the office” she murmured.

    “Please officer, forgive me for beating the traffic light, am late to pick up my 4 year old twins, they are all we’ve got, and it took us 8 years to have them. My husband will not forgive me if anything happens to them. Please officer is way passed their closing time. I have to pick up my twins”. She was cautioned and was advised to drive safely.
    Is there a cultural display at the school today she thought? All she can see are; a large crowd- lots of people jumping and falling on the ground- Ambulance- Fire service- Police & Civil defense- Drilling machine- First aid boxes- (Emergency dispatch team she thought… was there a fight?). THE SCHOOL BUILDING IS GONE! she just realised, “Where is the school building?” She screamed. ‘Madam, the school building collapsed this morning and the children and their teachers have been buried alive for over 4 hours now, are your children in this school?’ “Nooooo” she shouted, “my twins! this cannot be real! the school building cannot collapse! Ayomide! Iremide!! Ayomide!!!!!!!!
    This is just one of the many gory tales of building collapse, going by the frequency that have become common in our society today, it is highly important that those who want to build their own houses either for personal or business purposes should 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 projects and get a feel for the quality of materials and workmanship used in those homes.

    Using quality building materials whether or not they are green certified or energy efficient is essential for your long term investment and safety. There are many green products on the market today that are both beautiful and functional. Many green products that are environmentally friendly are also energy efficient in your home making your initial investment pay off in the long term.

    For building materials like Doors and Windows, it is especially important to choose a high quality product like Emilinks. You know Windows stream in ultraviolet light into your 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.
    The wood used in the framing of your new infill home and doors is another important consideration. Using properly treated wood products such as BluWood can prevent fungus, mold and wood ingesting pest infestations. That is why I would always recommend Emilinks product. They are the number ONE company to reach out to when in need of superior quality mentioned above. You know when you use Emilinks, not only are you using a superior building material, but you are also protecting your health and safety.

  97. Mimi

    September 1, 2016 at 11:47 pm

    Day 25 #Emilinks#my door story. I was probably about 12 years of age when my dad started building our house and i remember travelling to the village for holiday.my mum told her dad(my granddad) about the development.he was do happy that he called my dad and advised him on how to go about it,especially on the need to work closely with his contractor to ensure that he isn’t duped or getting anything less than what he is paying for.my dad being the ever carefree person felt my grandad was being too suspicious and critical of everyone and threw caution to the wind.in a little over a year,the house got completed and we moved in.Barely six months later the house started crumbling,the plumbing system was a hot mess,the wooden doors started having holes and melting like dust on the floor,whenever it rains,it pours into the house.my mum was so upset she promised to tell my grandad.my dad traveled to the village with a bottle of wine to report himself before he hears it from my mum .we had to move into my uncle’s house for another six months to enable renovations to take place..Wasted time,effort and money.if only durable quality materials were used.if only EMILINKS came any sooner we would not have had “magic doors” as my younger sisters called the doors.well thanks to EMILINKS, i won’t have to report my husband to my father or make my kids go through what i went through..#lesson learned #

  98. Adekunle Joshua Mobolaji

    September 2, 2016 at 12:20 am

    Let us develop a culture of safety in all our buildings, not just doing the minimum and the cheapest, but building houses with standard products that will safeguard families and assets in times of emergency @emilinksNG #emilinks #mydoorstory #day25

  99. Adesoye E.A

    September 2, 2016 at 4:33 am

    It has always bin rule no 1 in d history of SUCCESS [email protected] what eva is worth doin is worth doin xtra-well. In d Nigerian stereotype settings,d quality of wat u use defines ur rank in d social-qlaz. Howeva,at constant quality (k),cost-efficiency,competent-staffs,prompt-delivery,valid-guarantee are all functions of #Emilinks furnishing productz.
    #Emilinks,wer a fascinating social-qlaz is RE-defined
    #Emilinks
    #mydoorstory
    #day25

  100. Onyinyechi E.

    September 2, 2016 at 7:26 am

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day25

    Oscar lived in the Netherlands with his family for years; but at a point started making plans of returning back to the country due to sudden change in immigration law. He decided to start-up a building as a family house back home since he already has a land; thus he made a brief visit to Nigeria – met, discussed and had all the necessary agreement with a building contractor. He’s the only child and had only an aged mum back home, so no one was actually monitoring the on-going work (as is applicable). The mum was just doling out funds to the contractor whenever the contractor requested and Oscar advises her to go ahead.

    When he came to Nigeria to inspect the completion status, he shockingly saw a collapsed building. He asked people in the neighbourhood and was told the sad event just happened overnight. On investigation, it was the discovered that the building materials, fittings and fixtures (doors, wardrobes, wares, rails etc) were all sub-standard. He reverted to the contractor and after much interrogation, he admitted utilizing funds for another purpose and resorting to patronizing sub-standard materials for the site work; that he’s full of regrets and never knew the resultant effects will be of that disheartening nature. He was charged to court.

    That was a very challenging period for Oscar as his stay off-country was then limited (expiring residence visa); thus he had no option than to resort for a rented apartment for the entire family. The wife wept bitterly for days when she was notified because of the strenuous impact on the entire household. All these were simply because of the use of sub-standard building materials and non-patronage of quality #Emilinks brand (as per the doors, wardrobes, kitchen wares etc).

    Oscar sought and got a loan from the bank loan to help him in starting all over. Having learned his lessons – this very time the affordable, quality, tested and trusted #Emilinks brand & good standard building materials were used from on-set and all building stages. They were able to move into their dream home just after 10 months of the ordeal – credit to #Emilinks and strict adherence to the use of quality building materials.

    @EmilinksNG @BellaNaija
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day25

  101. Onyinyechi E.

    September 2, 2016 at 7:27 am

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day25

    Oscar lived in the Netherlands with his family for years; but at a point started making plans of returning back to the country due to sudden change in immigration law. He decided to start-up a building as a family house back home since he already has a land; thus he made a brief visit to Nigeria – met, discussed and had all the necessary agreement with a building contractor. He’s the only child and had only an aged mum back home, so no one was actually monitoring the on-going work (as is applicable). The mum was just doling out funds to the contractor whenever the contractor requested and Oscar advises her to go ahead.

    When he came to Nigeria to inspect the completion status, he shockingly saw a collapsed building. He asked people in the neighbourhood and was told the sad event just happened overnight. On investigation, it was the discovered that the building materials, fittings and fixtures (doors, wardrobes, wares, rails etc) were all sub-standard. He reverted to the contractor and after much interrogation, he admitted utilizing funds for another purpose and resorting to patronizing sub-standard materials for the site work; that he’s full of regrets and never knew the resultant effects will be of that disheartening nature. He was charged to court.

    That was a very challenging period for Oscar as his stay off-country was then limited (expiring residence visa); thus he had no option than to resort for a rented apartment for the entire family. The wife wept bitterly for days when she was notified because of the strenuous impact on the entire household. All these were simply because of the use of sub-standard building materials and non-patronage of quality #Emilinks brand (as per the doors, wardrobes, kitchen wares etc).

    Oscar sought and got a loan from the bank loan to help him in starting all over. Having learned his lessons – this very time the affordable, quality, tested and trusted #Emilinks brand & good standard building materials were used from on-set and all building stages. They were able to move into their dream home just after 10 months of the ordeal – credit to #Emilinks and strict adherence to the use of quality building materials.

    @EmilinksNG @BellaNaija
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day25

  102. patricia Chukwudi

    September 2, 2016 at 9:47 am

    #Emilinks#
    My door story
    Day25
    Itstory was one of those regular long hectic week days when you bearly have what to eat because of how busy uve been all through the week,I was farmished and tired same time,practically managed to find fish and other basic ingriendents for food on saturday night,with the joy of eating a decent meal,i started making food,i picked up my rice can and i was disgusted at the sight of it…RATS, i mean rats had found their way into it,there feaces was all over it,i was sad,angry,depressed,hungry and what have u,i threw it away and made my way out to buy another.i got back and the worst happened,same RAT stole my fish,i died at the spot,furious with anger,i headed for my food store, at that point, i realised i have been using substandard doors,it has ate beneath it and found a free passage,i immediately called for a change of the doors,even though i slept without food and anger,the joy of having good doors the next day conpleted me,i can keep my food stuffs without fear of Nigerian Rats making me hungry or faustrated,did i also mention i had a cut on my toe while searching for the rat and my fish,……..substandard doors are totally not worth it,it doesnt give you the fufilment of what you purchase,am
    comfortable with my new doors from #Emilinks its standard is way pass what I expected, I sleep well without rat noises, my food stuffs stay non infected and I don’t have to get injuries from sharper edge doors because #Emilinks got me converted and trust me,I have been sharing the word.thanks to #Emilinks, my previous weekend was worth staying at home.
    @EmilinksNG @bellanaija
    Mydoorstory,day 25
    #Emilinks

  103. May

    September 2, 2016 at 11:12 am

    DAY 26
    I and my family have lived in this house for over six years and we have not fully completed it till now., this is because we’ve had series of episodes of having to deal with substandard doors, Windows, bathroom and kitchen fittings. Because of this we have been reluctant to fully complete our house for fear of purchasing substandard house fittings again. But now, with the emergence of the #Emilinks brand our hope of living in a fully completed house is near. By this weekend we will Place orders and we’ll fit our house mostly with Emilinks products and by this Christmas our house will be fully completed. Thanks to #Emilinks! #MyDoorStory @bellanaija @EmilinksNG

  104. Oluwafunke

    September 2, 2016 at 2:37 pm

    Building your house with good building materials is not just a saying but for your benefit.
    Substandard fittings in the house put you and your family in danger.
    Good building materials gives you and your family the perfect house for your home.
    It put your mind at rest and you don’t have to get scared of any weather.
    Hmmm is like building a house on the rock.
    I love my house do you love yours?
    Emilinks can give you the perfect trust you need for your building.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #bellanaija #Day26

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