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Emilinks Week 4

The #Emilinks #MyDoorStory N3,000,000 Giveaway is still on and each day for the past 25 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 4 days!

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

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

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How to participate in the N3,000,000 Giveaway

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

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

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

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

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1)  Uyi – 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

Uyi

2) Timothy – “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

Timothy

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3) @julie_chinwe – Day25 #MyDoorStory #Emilinks Those who build their houses with quality materials are not afraid of heavy rainfall

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4) @AmaizuGodson – @EmilinksNG @bellanaija Proetect the future of our family y building with Emilinks Material #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

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5) Akindele O. – I could remember vividly we packed out of a cracked old building because it’s not conducive,not beautiful,lack good door, good beds, good wardrobe we are so bad about our situation then, the most funny aspect is that mosquito is our tenant then we spend a lot on drugs. There was a day my friends wanted to visit me in our old building but I was scared to invite them at last they came but they really mocked me after that day and I was so depressed, since then I vowed not to build less quality house in my life, not quite long my Parent were promoted in there palace of work and I was so happy my dad planned to complete his new ongoing building. That night I was seriously browsing on Internet to get the best building material both interior and exterior material for my dad to avoid embarrassment and insult, finally I find Emilinksng company that produce good interior and exterior building materials and I was so happy beyond description. Now will live in a house built with good materials check the building out on my display picture. I can invite friends and neighbor to play snooker with me.. Me and my family rejoice #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day25

Akindele O

6) Elvis O. – 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

elvis O

7) Onoriode K. – 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.

onoriode

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8) @ajibadeboluwatife – @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.

ajibade

9) @dele4sure – 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 rod 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 #emilinksmydoorstory

dele4sure

10) @lilyndinso – There’s this house beside our house always scares people away as if its a monster when closely looked. The owner of this house lives in the city and has seen that houses are life time investment and then decided to build one in his home town. So he handed it over a contractor who went brought substandard materials to build the house. Before they could finish, the house started having cracks all over it. When the owner got the news, he was very furious. He came home and confronted the contractor but the contractor told him that his pastor foresaw this. That the evil people in the village are at war. So this businessman believed the contractor unknown to him that his contractor used inferior materials to build the house and up till now, the is considered evil house. Nobody go close to it. #emilinks #mydoorstory #day25

lily

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119 Comments

  1. Innocent

    September 2, 2016 at 11:20 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
    #Day26

    • Bb

      September 2, 2016 at 1:40 pm

      Our ancestors built mud houses but they built them with love and great attention to details. At least once a year they renovated their mud houses, the women made beautiful patterns using chalk to beautify their homes. Fast forward several centuries after and most of us do not care about the quality of the homes we build- we use substandard products because it is cheaper, we don’t take pride and care in creating a home that we will truly be proud of. That is where Emilonks products are a fantastic investment- it is an opportunity for us to capture a bit of the pride our ancestors had when they built and decorated their homes. Capture the pride of the ancestors with emilinks.

  2. Friday

    September 2, 2016 at 11:22 am

    They say “if knowledge is expensive,try ignorance”. Ignorance led my former neighbour back to his humble beginnings. Ohh! Hw Mr. Kofo – my neighbour loved QUANTITY and he doesn’t care about QUALITY things unlike his friend Mr.Wale who wouldn’t go anything less than QUALITY . After both friend’s worked for d government for so many, they retired and decided to use their entitlement to build a house.Been close friends, they decided to build in d same vicinity,they used the same building style but the difference was the QUALITY of the building materials. Eventually,they completed their houses and both moved in.
    As time went by,Mr kofo started experiencing problems ranging from leaking roofs, termites infestations, cracked walls to mention a few.Unlike Mr. Wale who was enjoying his money’s worth because he patronized QUALITY materials especially the wood aspect. Mr.Wale used #Emilinks wood for his roof frame and was protected from leaking roof and also used #Emilinks termites-proof doors,Kitchen cabinets and wardrobes and so free from termites infestations. Unfortunately for Mr.Kofo he had to sell d house cost the cost of repairing was becoming unbearable.
    So get QUALITY building materials, get #Emilinks furniture and get Peace of Mind.
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day26

  3. segun

    September 2, 2016 at 11:23 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day26 #bellanaija———We have houses, homes, mansions and castles. Reasons for this classification is only but good building materials used in building them. Don’t be suprised am taking a pic in front of this beautiful house..I love amazing things and love to be part of it..this reminded me of how I lost joy taking a pic with a friend I visited just because of his *home*. It’s been long I saw him though so I had to pay him good suprising visit. On getting there,the whole houses in the compound share a rusted gate so I couldn’t knock just to keep the gate secured from falling..I told someone if salami was in the house,the person nodded,yes!..when I got to see salami ,we hugged but I couldn’t enter his house because it’s like the roof of the his home was leaning towards the ground with bad doors and nd cracking walls… but he said I should not fear that it’s all okay, but we just sat outside and talked through out.until I was about going ,then he said we should snap a pic,I said when he comes visiting me,we will..I adviced him to tell his dad that if renovation is going to take place in his house,he should go to #Emilinks to get good building accessories and they will serve him right with affordable price if he is scared of prices nd if that was the reason he haven’t renovated for long.I showed him a pic of Emilinks accessories and he was so convinced that he had a smile on his face and confirmed even if his dad can’t change the house structure again,when he is building his,he won’t make such a mistake of using non-qualitative materials and he thanked me alot. That’s how it all went #MyDoorStory #Emilinks @bellanaijaonline #Day26.

  4. Ezinne R

    September 2, 2016 at 11:27 am

    Day26
    #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

  5. David D

    September 2, 2016 at 11:29 am

    Day26
    #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.

  6. Daniel Geraldine

    September 2, 2016 at 11:31 am

    Day 26
    #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!

  7. Kareem olasunkanmi

    September 2, 2016 at 11:32 am

    On a faithful morning after the early morning prayers in the mosque the imam decided to hold a meeting with the executives of the mosque concerning the proposed mosque building they were planning to build, so I was in charge of the materials we were buying as a contractor, after presenting the list of materials we were buying to the imam he decided to read what was in the list to every member in the meeting, the moment he read the list finish one of the executives stood up and said why will we spend such amount on a mosque? That the money Is too much that we should try and save cost since it’s just a mosque that we are building. The other executive’s also agreed to what he said except the chairman of the mosque that stood up and told them they shouldn’t be thinking I want to fraud them of their money that am only trying to get the best products for them that he isn’t happy when he is hearing the word “JUST A MOSQUE” that it doesn’t speak well for them to be thinking about getting sub standard materials for a mosque. That buying a good and quality materials will save us from danger and stress of renovating the mosque every year, no matter the building you want to build either it’s a mosque or a church, recreation center, hospital etc never think of using substandard materials because we might be thinking it’s not our house and it’s not necessary for us to use quality materials but on the long run it might be a serious and big problem, in order to save yourself from embarrassment and troubles overnight. Get Emilinks products and have a peace of mind.. Life gets better with EMILIKNS ???. # Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 26

  8. Berry

    September 2, 2016 at 11:32 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 24

  9. Berry

    September 2, 2016 at 11:33 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 26, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  10. gaspar moses

    September 2, 2016 at 11:33 am

    DAY 26 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.

  11. Berry

    September 2, 2016 at 11:33 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 26 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  12. Berry

    September 2, 2016 at 11:34 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 26, #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  13. tchidi

    September 2, 2016 at 11:35 am

    Congrat winners but is it that am not creative in my post or am i unlucky any way i will keep trying no one knows tomorrow

  14. Mojisola

    September 2, 2016 at 11:36 am

    Day 26

    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

  15. Michaela

    September 2, 2016 at 11:37 am

    Day 26
    #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!!!

  16. Kareem olasunkanmi

    September 2, 2016 at 11:39 am

    On a faithful morning after the early morning prayers in the mosque the imam decided to hold a meeting with the executives of the mosque concerning the proposed mosque building they were planning to build, so I was in charge of the materials we were buying as a contractor, after presenting the list of materials we were buying to the imam he decided to read what was in the list to every member in the meeting, the moment he read the list finish one of the executives stood up and said why will we spend such amount on a mosque? That the money Is too much that we should try and save cost since it’s just a mosque that we are building. The other executive’s also agreed to what he said except the chairman of the mosque that stood up and told them they shouldn’t be thinking I want to fraud them of their money that am only trying to get the best products for them that he isn’t happy when he is hearing the word “JUST A MOSQUE” that it doesn’t speak well for them to be thinking about getting sub standard materials for a mosque. That buying a good and quality materials will save us from danger and stress of renovating the mosque every year, no matter the building you want to build either it’s a mosque or a church, recreation center, hospital etc never think of using substandard materials because we might be thinking it’s not our house and it’s not necessary for us to use quality materials but on the long run it might be a serious and big problem, in order to save yourself from embarrassment and troubles overnight. Get Emilinks products and have a peace of mind.. Life gets better with EMILINKS ???. # Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 26

  17. collin

    September 2, 2016 at 11:40 am

    My fathers 3 story building he built in 1950 still stands strong in the middle of my community.Its even now called, old soldier.lol. There’s no building as old in my community all others collapsed at some time , because its a coastal community they believe its because of the river and it somehow makes the ground soft , that’s a lame excuse.My father always said everything worth doing is worth doing well, so any house worth building is worth building well. The secret is using standard materials, welll as I type this my father is building another 3 storey building beside ‘old soldier’ cause visitors and prospective tenants always come looking for space, but its unfortunate that ‘old soldier’ is always full, so it needs little help….and of course his using even better building materials than that used for ‘old soldier’….guys the secret is always use good building materials…longliveoldsoldier!!!!! #mydoorstory #emilinks #day26

  18. Peter

    September 2, 2016 at 11:41 am

    #EMILINKS #MYDOORSTORY #DAY26
    Our building was washed off by a heavy storm. It may sound unrealistic but it happened. The only gratitude I have is that there was no soul lost. When we decided to start a plaza, I thought it was very important that we save cost and so, I spent very little money on building products. My business partner and I went around buying products, the only criteria that was needed was the price, we did not check the products, if we heard the price and it was good enough, we bought the products. Our carpenter on the other hand did a grumpy job, he was the first to complain about the products, but he still did the job. He lacked enthusiasm. Bad products and a grumpy carpenter got us a really bad building and after people paid rent and we gave them a place each, the rain came with a vengeance and washed away the whole plaza. All their products are gone.
    We spent five months in jail and this is the fifteenth month after that incident and the case is getting more tensed in court. One of my very close friends that backed out of the business deal when we chose to rush our decision and use substandard product just completed his own building. It took him extra years, but I walked through the place and tears flowed freely from my eyes. He chose standard. He chose Emilinks. I see happy people going in and out of his building. Investors are happy with the building. People are taking pictures; they want to construct similar buildings. I remember how we laughed at him when we heard he was doing a market survey to find good products. We have lost our business, we are drying up in court and because he chose to go about building his business center with good products, he is the one laughing now.

  19. chinelo O O

    September 2, 2016 at 11:42 am

    Day 26.
    #EMILINKS #MYDOORSTORY #BELLANAIJA
    There are doors and there are #DOORS. Emilink DOORS is for those who believe in stability, quality, safety and aesthetics all rolled up in one. Emilink DOORS will be opened to those who are bold enough to knock.

  20. Omolara Atoyebi

    September 2, 2016 at 11:44 am

    Blessing was the most admired girl in my clique. Everything about her exuded sheer classiness – her dress sense, her aura, her countenance, and all. I and the other girls: Tola and Funke, envied her; at least, until we made her take us to see her parents.
    Blessing who was at first hesitant, fell for the continuous pressure that we mounted. Our reasons for wanting to see her parents were particularly selfish. We were university students who needed extra pocket money, and fortunately, her house was some miles away from the University. We could have bet our bottom dollar that her parents were super wealthy and would give us some money.
    The day we had set for the visit came. Blessing had given us her home address a week before. As we reached the destination in the address, we were surprised by what we say: an old looking bungalow. Foolish us. It was obvious we had missed our way. We expected Blessing to reside in a mansion, or some other building that suits her status.
    Nonetheless, we proceeded to the building’s entrance, as we hoped to get directions from its owners. We knocked on the door, and, lo and behold, we heard Blessing’s voice telling us to wait while she opened the door. What we expected to be an instant welcome was delayed. Blessing battled with the door, and for 2 minutes, all we heard was the door’s screeching noise.
    In a nutshell, our stay was terrible. We all had our share of the bad experience. First it was Funke whose finger was injured by a little chunk of wood from the “knobless” toilet door, while attempting to close it. Next was me. I injured my toe nail after mistakenly striking it on a damaged tile. Little did I know that many of the tiles were damaged.
    The next tragedy affected us all. A furious wind which preceded a heavy rain, blew open large part of the roof. We all had to stay in the stuffy kitchen while the rain lasted because the only room which was the Master’s room – for Blessing’s parents.
    At last, we left the building safe and sound. But I still can’t help thinking what more damage those structures would have caused. And how we’d have had a normal stay if great ones – such as Emilinks doors for the toilets and entrance – were used. We were furious with Blessing from that day, until we heard the sad story that a cement block from a damaged ceiling fell on her little brother’s head, while he was bathing.

    It wasn’t her fault afterall! #Emilinks #MydoorStory #Day26

  21. gaspar emeka

    September 2, 2016 at 11:45 am

    Day 26 Buildings are a lifetime investment and as such should be given its best during construction. There are so many cases of collapse of buildings roof detachments by rain and breeze these are due to the use of low quality materials. The use of low quality endangers the safety of the habitats in the building so therefore standard quality materials like #EMILINKS materials should be used when constructing so as to assure safety style and most importantly to make sure your building will withstand the test of time due to the use of quality material. #EMILINKS go for quality.
    #Emilinksfurniture
    #Mydoorstory
    #Day26

  22. Kemi Adeleke

    September 2, 2016 at 11:45 am

    #Day 26 Quality, they say, never goes out of Style. With the use of quality materials in building our houses, our house will always be in vogue. This reminds me of my grandfather’s house. When he built it he had the foresight of using quality materials. He once told me that when he was building his house, a lot of his friends abused him that he was wasting money. That he was using money he could use to build two or three houses on just one house. Some kept malice and held grudges against him then, but he didn’t heed them. To cut this story short, my grandfather’s house stood the test of time and is still standing against all weather, while some of his friends houses have collapsed and some have undergone renovation a couple of times. This has taught me to always buy quality things. Quality stands the test of time and it never goes out of Style. Plan for your future today to save your tomorrow. My grandfather planned for his future and his tomorrow, which is us today is saved. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  23. Elizabeth

    September 2, 2016 at 11:47 am

    Day 26

    Save a life. Save dreams. Save future disasters and build with standard amd quality materials. #emilinks #mydoorstory

  24. pelumi

    September 2, 2016 at 11:47 am

    It’s one thing to be a landlord, it’s another thing to be safe within your own house.
    My dad and his brother both bought parcels of land at the same time. it took dad 4 years to complete our house, while my uncle spent hearty a year building it.
    when we complained, dad would reply by saying : “you don’t rush greatness. Better safe than sorry.”
    Couple of months after my uncle moved in his house collapsed after series of heavy rainfall.
    When I asked dad the cause he said Uncle used low quality materials. And that’s what he was taking so much time to built the house.
    Better safe than sorry indeed.
    Go for best quality materials. #Emilinks
    #Mydoorstory

  25. Mercy

    September 2, 2016 at 11:47 am

    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 #day26

  26. Mercy

    September 2, 2016 at 11:49 am

    Please take time to read mine!.
    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 #day26

  27. micheal

    September 2, 2016 at 11:49 am

    In any architectural and construction project, especially one built for public consumption, quality is paramount. It is simply not enough that the elements are carefully and professionally designed. The look, feel, and structural integrity of the actual work must be completed as advertised. The finished project will become just as much a reflection of the architect’s work – if not more – as it is of the individual tradesman putting the pieces together. Therefore, the pedigree of the structural and finishing materials used should be of great concern to the architect.

    In many cases, perhaps all too often, general contractors are left to select which building materials are used. In the case of commonly accepted materials, this is often fine. However, keep in mind that even the most upstanding contractor is first and foremost a businessman. The architecture is then a product that must be produced within a budget and on time. No matter how important a specific project may be to the designer personally, the GC is not as likely to make the same distinction.

    Architects certainly have the right to specify building materials and often do. The option to specify materials gives designers control over the virtue and finished appearance of their projects. In many cases, especially on high profile work, an architect will not leave the outcome of his or her project to chance. For example, the option to specify is increasingly being used on green projects, where the very intent of the architect’s vision would be lost without the right building materials. So its very important to identify proper building materials and emilinks building materials is all the quality you need
    #day26 #emilinks #mydoorstory

  28. Cinderellaman

    September 2, 2016 at 11:51 am

    Day 26

    Building with sub standard building materials might not necessarily be factored down to how big one’s pocket is. At times it’s just as a result of being neglect as even the rich also suffer from this.

    I live in a community in Lagos that is ruled by a traditional ruler they call the Baale. The Baale of my community is quite a wealthy man – a former commissioner of police turned a traditional monarch.

    When he assumed his throne, he set out to build a huge palace just behind is house and when the building started, it took about a year before the two storied building were completed. I remember entering the construction site with one of his sons and you could tell the materials being used were substandard for a very wealthy man.

    I remembered arguing with his son when I got into the kitchen. I told him the door weren’t fire proof and there were no systems o alert when the temperature has exceeded the limit, to effectively raise alarm of a fire outbreak. He laughed me off asking what do I know and we let it slid.

    Barely 6 months when they moved in, the entire neigbourhood woke up to screams of fire from the Baale’s house. A domestic staff had thought she quenched the gas before going to bed. People had to find local means of quenching the fire that started from the kitchen burning through the poor wooden doors and the ceiling, taking out the entire kitchen and the nearest room close to it which turned out ironically to be my friend’s.

    We were all glad no lives were lost but the damages were done and I wished I could have suggested the Emilinks brand to them. That day I learnt even the rich make mistakes when it comes to choosing quality materials.

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  29. onyinye

    September 2, 2016 at 11:53 am

    #Emilinks#MyDoorStory
    Day 26
    What is worth doing is worth doing well. We live in a rented apartment at greenfield estate and honestly it is not just a beautiful house but the landlord built a home. Let me start with the gigantic strong gates, the beautiful flowers, the Durable, Non resistant Emilinks door, two of the doors well installed connecting the sitting room to the kitchen and guest room, the Fitting Emilinks Wardrobe that organises my clothing, the hard concrete wall that the Carpenter complained was bending the nails when he tried fixing the chandelier, the quality bath tubs, the kitchen cupboards etc. He chose to build with quality and we have not called him for any repair. He built using Quality materials which he knew would make a home safe and secure come rain come shine.

  30. Victor Eze

    September 2, 2016 at 11:54 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 26

    This is a storu about the market where I used to sell and shop. It so happened that some years ago the former market was gutted down by fire. In fact, it’s been razed about three times or more over the years. The last time it got burnt, the government had to open up an investigation into the incident. By the time it was concluded, it was found out that the contractors have been using substandard materials in repairs of the market and that’s the reason why it keeps getting burnt. They were shown the long arm of the law alright, but the damage had been done. Sadly, people had lost goods worth millions and there were deaths too. I remember a neighbour of ours who lost his wife due to her lost goods engulfed by the fire. She had just stocked her shop with goods ahead for the incoming Christmas day on the day the fire broke out. It was only days after that she died of heart attack. And there were other death stories of shop owners as well. It was a terrible time.

    A new site for a new building was awarded to a different contractor and a standard structure was erected. And even most doors I’m sure is Emilinks. I’ve even heard someone say that the reason why it’s difficult atimes to get clear gsm network is due to how thick the building is. And I’m also certain if by any chance fire starts in a shop, it won’t be able to pass to another before it’s put out. God forbid tho.

    The use of standard materials will only make a quality building and will give peace of mind to all habitats in them. Keep on using Emilinks furniture.

  31. Moses O.

    September 2, 2016 at 11:55 am

    #Day 26
    #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.

  32. Igbecha

    September 2, 2016 at 11:56 am

    Day 26

    The demerits or disadvantages of using Substandard materials while building cannot be over emphasized… The damages the use of Substandard materials has caused are too numerous to mention. My cousin has an everlasting scar on her back because of a Substandard wardrobe that was installed in the house… You could detect the wardrobe was fake by simply looking at the wardrobe, the wardrobe had sharp edges and would cut you if care if not taken! On a Saturday afternoon about 2yrs ago, my cousin, Steph, was in her room, she was busy arranging her room and she opened the wardrobe door to keep clothes, mistakenly, some feel down, so she bent over to pick them up as she was standing up, the wardrobe door shifted and she pushed her back to the sharp corner of the wardrobe! The wardrobe pierced her back and the result of that is the scar on her back… We thank God it wasn’t worse than that, but the situation would have completely be avoided if only the wardrobe was a quality wardrobe like dat made by Emilinks. It is better to use quality materials and save yourself the stress and pains of having scars for the rest of your life. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  33. collin

    September 2, 2016 at 11:58 am

    My fathers 3 story building he built in 1950 still stands strong in the middle of my community.Its even now called, old soldier.lol. There’s no building as old in my community all others collapsed at some time , because its a coastal community they believe its because of the river and it somehow makes the ground soft , that’s a lame excuse.My father always said everything worth doing is worth doing well, so any house worth building is worth building well. The secret is using standard materials, welll as I type this my father is building another 3 storey building beside ‘old soldier’ cause visitors and prospective tenants always come looking for space, but its unfortunate that ‘old soldier’ is always full, so it needs little help….and of course his using even better building materials than that used for ‘old soldier” , someone recommended emilinks materials and its been awesome sofar…guys the secret is always use good building materials and emilinks materials would be an excellent choice…longliveoldsoldier!!!!! #mydoorstory #emilinks #day26

  34. Akpevwe A

    September 2, 2016 at 11:59 am

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day-26.
    Using substandard building materials? Its better heard than experience! I was once a victim. In our home back then, when its about to rain, somebody must be at home to arrange buckets and basins on various spots on the floor awaiting the trickling waters from the leaking roof. And you know what? It may not even rain later. Thanks to emilinks. All those stress have ended.

  35. Tobiloba

    September 2, 2016 at 11:59 am

    #Day26
    #Emilinks
    #My_door_story
    Building a house I agree is a hard work to do, but I believe furnishing the house “well” is the hardest! Why? Recently my family just moved into our just concluded house and I remember vividly the problems my dad faced while finishing and furnishing the house, during the building stages things were not that hard he bought some blocks and cements nearby the site, had it transported to the site, and the bricklayers did justice to it. But when it got to the roofing part there started the ordeal! First my dad called a carpenter well known at our former resident to do the job and as well get the materials for the job but after the roofing was done a week later we returned to the site and discovered that all the roofing sheets were gone! And some of the sticks were hanging here and there on the floor, we asked around about what happened, maybe we could get an explanation, one of the people around then told us about the heavy rain that fell two days ago and how it also destroyed people’s property then in curiosity I asked about the roofing sheets, they should be lying on the floor! and the man said that since it was lying on the floor aimlessly, people picked them up! Now we had no choice than to get new roofing sheets and with a different technology that could withstand heavy winds and promiscuous hands and that was how we got to meet Emilinks! We got our roof relayed with quality Emilinks roofing technology. So we got our house roofed, and again we needed doors and windows. Thou my dad forgot, I didn’t. He was looking for nice doors and after he came home and was sharing with my mom how hard it was to find good ones, I reminded him of the brand Emilinks! and he was like ooohhh! And I said yeah! So we got our house cemented and painted and now the furnishing aspect I didn’t need to remind my dad again! By the time we visited the house as a family again I was surprised to see all the wardrobes and chairs Emilinks. We got to the kitchen, cupboards, cabinets every single furniture was Emilinks! Astounded by the beauty My mom gave him a peck So he winked at me, I gave him thumbs up and since then anything we wanted to do as far as my dad is around he had ask do Emilinks produce that? One time he asked “do Emilinks produce cars?” And I chuckled knowing he was no obsessed with Emilinks! Anyways thanks to Emilinks! A million times!
    #Day26
    #Emilinks
    #my_door_story…

  36. Alexxa

    September 2, 2016 at 12:00 pm

    ATTENTION⚠
    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.
    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day26

  37. Alexxa

    September 2, 2016 at 12:05 pm

    I have a firsthand experience with living in a house built with substandard materials and trust me, it’s not a funny experience. In my former house,i used to be so afraid to leave the house whenever it rains because I don’t know what disaster may be awaiting when I come back. It’s either the parlor is flooded and the cushions get damp or my TV has fallen from the wall and smashed Once it rains,all the walls become damp,the whole house becomes humid and starts to smell. As a result,unwanted insects especially mosquitoes and termites use my house as their breeding site! I was always embarrassed whenever I had visitors because they must go home with mosquito bites after all the sleepless nights. I have replaced my flat screen TV twice as they always fell from the wall whenever the walls become damp. I really suffered in that house because it was owned by a family friend and I was busy suffering and smiling. It had to take one of my visitors to boldly sit me down one day and advise me to move to another house. He directed me to one of the houses that was almost was being built and almost completed and gave me the assurance that he was the supervising Engineer and all the materials were bought from Emilinks which has been tried and trusted over the years. As soon as I had that assurance I quickly paid an advance to the agent to secure the place for me. Thankfully now,i live in a comfortable two bedroom flat which is free from mosquitoes and insects, my TV is safe on the wall again,rain or no and the house is well insulated. My joy know no bounds and I owe it to Emilinks
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day26

  38. Alexxa

    September 2, 2016 at 12:07 pm

    ATTENTION⚠
    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.
    #Emilinks #mydoorstory #day26.
    .

  39. Alexxa

    September 2, 2016 at 12:09 pm

    I have a firsthand experience with living in a house built with substandard materials and trust me, it’s not a funny experience. In my former house,i used to be so afraid to leave the house whenever it rains because I don’t know what disaster may be awaiting when I come back. It’s either the parlor is flooded and the cushions get damp or my TV has fallen from the wall and smashed Once it rains,all the walls become damp,the whole house becomes humid and starts to smell. As a result,unwanted insects especially mosquitoes and termites use my house as their breeding site! I was always embarrassed whenever I had visitors because they must go home with mosquito bites after all the sleepless nights. I have replaced my flat screen TV twice as they always fell from the wall whenever the walls become damp. I really suffered in that house because it was owned by a family friend and I was busy suffering and smiling. It had to take one of my visitors to boldly sit me down one day and advise me to move to another house. He directed me to one of the houses that was almost was being built and almost completed and gave me the assurance that he was the supervising Engineer and all the materials were bought from Emilinks which has been tried and trusted over the years. As soon as I had that assurance I quickly paid an advance to the agent to secure the place for me. Thankfully now,i live in a comfortable two bedroom flat which is free from mosquitoes and insects, my TV is safe on the wall again,rain or no and the house is well insulated. My joy know no bounds and I owe it to Emilinks
    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #day26…..

  40. Damilola A

    September 2, 2016 at 12:21 pm

    I don’t understand people O. Build quality house thought expensive, nba! They would built low quality houses with poor materials all in the name of saving cost. Later The would say they covered with the blood of jesus?
    it’s no news times are hard, money is scarce. But what is worth doing at all is with doing well.
    My neighbor was in so much haste to built his house and become a landlord he cut costs as much as possible. He thought he was wise.
    Now he’s lost both his house as it was sealed and almost lost his life when the building collapsed.
    Let us learn. There’s nothing like a house build on a solid foundation. A house build with quality materials.
    My neighbor has learnt the hard way. You don’t have to wait to learn the hard way.
    #Emilinks #Day 26 # Mydoorstory

  41. Michaela

    September 2, 2016 at 12:24 pm

    Choi,,, after all my composing with pidgin English I nor win??? Oluwa pick my call ooo, only 4days more!

  42. Oluchi

    September 2, 2016 at 12:28 pm

    Day 26
    #Emlinks
    #mydoorstory
    It’s very important to know that building houses with quality materials other than substandard materials gives you the essential for your long term investment and safety. That way you won’t have to sleep with your one eye opened with the fear of your building collapsing,the fear of insects and rodent disturbing your sleep because the special hole they can pass through your door into your home.
    Obviously that’s why I trust Emlinks building materials ,only then is my sleep and rest of mind guarantee

  43. Owarioka D

    September 2, 2016 at 12:30 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.You want that house to be seen more generations to come use quality materials like those of Emilinks.

  44. Smart Onyedika

    September 2, 2016 at 12:32 pm

    Day24
    #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.

  45. Edima Arthur

    September 2, 2016 at 12:36 pm

    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
    #Day 26
    #mydoorstory
    #emillinks

  46. Michaela

    September 2, 2016 at 12:40 pm

    Day 26
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    A real life story…
    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.

  47. Chimatex

    September 2, 2016 at 12:45 pm

    It is good to know that a house is built for either to live in and feel comfortable, and this can only be achieved by either renovating or bringing up a fresh building using a well defined furniture such as Doors, windows, wardropes, tables, chairs and many others to mention but a few. It is quite obvious to note that these furniture can be found at emilinks, a place where standard and authentic furniture are been manufactured, because to me, i referred to #emilinks as home of quality furniture and other things you might need and you will be sure. I could remember of a building i once lived in. One day, when rain was about to fall, i quickly rush home thinking that at least it will be more safer to be at home while i watch the rain fall. But unfortunately for me the rain came with a very heavy wind as it fall and swept off the roof of the building as if it was where someone is trying to sweep off the dirt from the floor. Oh! gosh i could feel that day as i narrate my ordeal on that faithful day. At the end i started wondering if the roof of that house was actually made the right way it should and i also thought it would have been better i stayed out there while the rain fall on me rather than wasting my energy as i ran home. It was since then that i decided that any building, that is built without #emilinks product, it’s not for me anymore. Since then i have learnt my lesson. #emilinks #MyDoorStory. Day26.

  48. Yemisi

    September 2, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    what’s happening, 5 more days to go. i will keep trying

  49. tchidi

    September 2, 2016 at 12:52 pm

    #DAY26
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory

    Just yesterday in my street , there was heavy rainfall, heavy wind i must say, my street is a new site, there was new new sets of classy houses but yesterday every house there faced a 3 hour heavy rail and wind, let me say yesterday proved as an examination day for those house to test among themselves which one that was built with standard or substandard materials,
    As it was raining a lot happened i was viewing from window i saw people running exter scepter. Immediately it stopped raining i step out of my house , i feel saddened based on the rate of damaged caused as a result of making use of substandard material when building a house , and mostly those affected now were in disarray because they were confused.
    My own house was not affected, i feel so lucky not only by the grace of God but also because the house was built with standard materials. Roofs of many houses were removed by the heavy wind some parts of those houses even collapsed, and people begin to cry counting on there losses which could have not happened had it been the houses were built with standard materials,
    But my house and other ones that were built with sets of standard materials there roofing’s remained unshakable for the winds all i am hearing though my window when it was still raining is vum vuuuu vum vum vuuu vum as the wind blows,
    I am able to write this am writing now only because i was save and not a victim to the havoc that happened yesterday as a result of standard materials used in building the house i lived and as well God grace, but there is a say that heaven helps those who helped themselves, which i may relate to the wise use of standard materials at the start to the end of the house in which i lived.
    I don”t need to worry whenever it seems like raining. It was once stated by my father that a properly planned things prevents poor performances, In which i rewrite it as follows:-

    *1. A properly planned house built with standard materials will prevent one from unscheduled house reparation expenses or a sudden house collapse.
    *2. A non properly
    house built with substandard materials will give to the owners and the inhabitant sorrows upon sorrows, backwardness even sudden death that may come from houses collapse e.t.c,
    It is good having a house that gives one rest of minds with a secured doors and furniture”s exactly that of #Emilinks

  50. Obiora

    September 2, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    We have to do what ever it takes to get that accreditation, continued the vice chancellor to his registrar, we already have the department bus, employed new staff and what else? Sir, the laboratory and staff houses are still to be completed, and we only have 2 months left.
    Ok. meet the bursar and do something about that, please.

    Being the secretary i was always there. How can we build all those buildings in 2 months, asked the registrar, this time to me, i said we should ask the contractor.

    The contractor wrote a bill of quantity, a huge amount, for the buildings, because the buildings were needed, the school approved. In two months and a half time the biomedical engineering department was approved, shiny buildings, tiles, colours and all that. How was the contractor able to do that within such limited time, well, we wanted accreditation, we have it. period! After one semester, on returning from the break the students complained of leaking roof and cracks on the wall. The contractor was called upon but he uses technical terms to explained it away, he mended the cracks and leaks.

    Two weeks later, block C collapsed, damaging a 3 million naira device in the lab and killing 3 students. The VC couldn’t understand, how come, after probing, it was discovered that the contractor used inferior building materials and ate half of the money, he was shown the way to Kirikiri, the lives of the student and professor lost, accreditation lost and money and time wasted. This could have been averted if we knew about Emilinks furnitures. Using Emilinks furnitures, no matter the timeline involved, is sure and solid, it averts going to jail

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 26

  51. Obiora

    September 2, 2016 at 1:34 pm

    We have to do what ever it takes to get that accreditation, continued the vice chancellor to his registrar, we already have the department bus, employed new staff and what else? Sir, the laboratory and staff houses are still to be completed, and we only have 2 months left.
    Ok. meet the bursar and do something about that, please.
    Being the secretary i was always there. How can we build all those buildings in 2 months, asked the registrar, this time to me, i said we should ask the contractor.
    The contractor wrote a bill of quantity, a huge amount, for the buildings, because the buildings were needed, the school approved. In two months and a half time the biomedical engineering department was approved, shiny buildings, tiles, colours and all that. How was the contractor able to do that within such limited time, well, we wanted accreditation, we have it. period! After one semester, on returning from the break the students complained of leaking roof and cracks on the wall. The contractor was called upon but he uses technical terms to explained it away, he mended the cracks and leaks.
    Two weeks later, block C collapsed, damaging a 3 million naira device in the lab and killing 3 students. The VC couldn’t understand, how come, after probing, it was discovered that the contractor used inferior building materials and ate half of the money, he was shown the way to Kirikiri, the lives of the student and professor lost, accreditation lost and money and time wasted. This could have been averted if we knew about Emilinks furnitures. Using Emilinks furnitures, no matter the timeline involved, is sure and solid, it averts going to jail
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks – Day 26

  52. kendal

    September 2, 2016 at 1:39 pm

    With the high rise in products and services in the country, going for cheaper options is the order of the day. But I believe what is worth doing Is what doing well. When building a house, life and properties and durability should be put into consideration cause major losses wil be incurred when you build with substandard materials. Will u realy love to build once and for all or keep repairing all the time which in turn turns out to be more expensive. That was the case of my dad who preferred cheap materials instead of quality. Whenever rainy season was approaching, we will start having high blood pressure. Its either we ate fixing doors, or repairing the roof. It was really unfortunate. Well now my brother is building a new place and he is using Emilinks materials. Im rest assured he won’t suffer the same fate we suffered at home. Choosing quality is always the right choice.
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 26

  53. kings obi

    September 2, 2016 at 1:42 pm

    What just happened? That is exactly the question I asked on the most annoying day of the month of august. This 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 after the exam, I just went home straight. Like that wasn’t enough,the bike I was on crashed into a gutter along the 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 bore no success. 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 wounds, hunger and sadness. If only emilnks door was installed,I sure won’t have suffered the fate I suffered. Even the door installer i called on had only but good testimonies about emilinks and the quality of their brand. he even went further to say how emilinks have offered Nigerians quality at a reduced price. Day 26 #emilinks #mydoorstory

  54. Chiebonam Ani

    September 2, 2016 at 1:43 pm

    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day26

    My story goes this way

    Nothing goes for Nothing

    Building a house is of two ways
    is either you choose building with

    STANDARD OR SUB-STANDARD

    Those that build with standard
    materials live in peace without been
    troubled that sudden fault like
    damaged doors, broken wall,
    broken ceilings or building collapse
    may occur

    While

    Those that built with substandard
    materials lives in sorrows and they
    were victims of sudden faults like
    damaged doors, broken wall,
    broken ceilings or building collapse.

    Nothing is as good as making standard
    materials eg Emilinks one priority when
    it comes to having a standard house
    equipped with standard furniture’s.

  55. Hadeywealth

    September 2, 2016 at 1:54 pm

    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks Door
    #Bellanaija
    Doors are our little angels in disguise meant to protect us from harmful things and it make us have control over what we have. Trying to get something substandard is forever a mistake that would not be easily forgotten.
    We don’t just get anxious to get a shelter but to get a shelter that is worthwhile.I didn’t recognize this until the day my dad came back from work angry and seriously rushed out again.when he came back the third day he explained his ordeals to us that the house he built for grandma in the village collapsed and the door fell on her leg and that all the hen she reared all died.We went to visit grandma in the UCH Ibadan on the 10th of November 2015.She was on drip when we got there when she woke up she told us she is very sorry that seems her time is up.. My dad immediately shun her and told her to rest.We prayed for her with so much zeal cause we all don’t want grandma to die.
    During grandma’s stay in the hospital,my dad had already brought in constructors to check the collapsed building they said all that were use to build the house are all substandard that they get weak easily and that the house was extremely weak it just have to collapse.My dad and his brothers did meeting and they agreed on rebuilding the house,one of my uncle said the estimate of the constructors were too high that he has someone that could do every furniture for free but my dad insisted and they got emilinks doors for grandma’s new house.With the little money the family members could gather ,they we’re able to build a standard duplex for grandma instead of another collapsing upstairs.When grandma wanted to leave the hospital she insisted she was not going to the house again that the villagers do not wish her well but after she spent 2 weeks in Lagos she finally was taken to the village and she saw the house.she was extremely amazed and today September 2nd marks grandma’s 73rd birthday. She is just so happy but now my wonderful grandma can’t walk very well unlike before .she called dad yesterday,she told him her friend want an exclusive security door and dad called the constructor who explain to grandma’s friend about the door and grandma’s friend just decided that she want EMI-SD1506094
    SECURITY door some hours ago.we are all in the village celebrating grandma’s birthday… Emilink is spreading in our oyedeji village, am just so happy that emilinks will keep saving more lives in oyedeji village and it will soon become developed.Possibly emilink will just have a factory in our village too. Thanks to emilink for providing standardized easy to get furniture for us… The dinning table is just so wow…I guess we need to refurnish our house too…. #emilink #day 26

  56. Orji Sylvester Sylvester

    September 2, 2016 at 1:59 pm

    BUT THE CHILD DIED !.
    Orji Sunday Sylvester – As we stood by the balcony and stressed our ears to catch the cries of the new born baby boy cuddled in the cradle, the warm breeze swirled across; carrying with it no sign of danger. The brand new baby was having a brief good time in that ground old house. The house, any where, can equally lay claim to being brand new since it is still in it’s early twenties but poor quality, especially poor has no regard for age, nor safety.
    As the gentle breeze caressed our foreskins, cracks like shock wave thumped inside the room.. Somehow, we engaged our imagination – trying to make guesses, however erroneous, about what was going on in the room. My Aunty, the mother of the new baby stormed the room, standing from as far as the entrance, she heard the baby’s deep, forced, painful cry and it was his last. The staircase leading to the upper floor had just collapsed. A block, had dropped on the cradle pinning the baby to the napkin. He died. We wept, and today we live with that pain.
    But, that was many years ago. Indeed, as gone as those years might seem, at the call for quality building material, the memory of that tragedy comes back locking and knocking – reminding us that we made the wrong choices for a building materials. If we had sacrificed cheapness for quality, if we had allowed qualify and not price or cost to rule our choices, that baby – my little beautiful cousin would have celebrated his 22 nd birthday this month.
    As we recount this tragic end of a budding destiny, we are equally glad to announce, to the delight of all, that the emergence of #Emelinks has made the difference. It has downed on us that our choices of building materials should be squarely hinged on quality. Tragedies like ours, will for a long time be averted should we make the right choices and that specifically means seeking out quality building materials with # Emelinks.
    Thus, as we, the modern generation plan to build that masterclass of a house, as we hope to raise structures that would endure over time, let us settle for trusted services and quality delivery and the destination for all these, no doubt, is # Emelinks.
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoor Story
    #Day 27

  57. Orji Sylvester Sylvester

    September 2, 2016 at 2:04 pm

    please, I intend writing Day 26 not DAY 27 as the post indicated. Please, extend your kind considerations to me. Thanks

  58. Adeola

    September 2, 2016 at 2:05 pm

    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks Door
    #Bellanaija
    Doors are our little angels in disguise meant to protect us from harmful things and it make us have control over what we have. Trying to get something substandard is forever a mistake that would not be easily forgotten.
    We don’t just get anxious to get a shelter but to get a shelter that is worthwhile.I didn’t recognize this until the day my dad came back from work angry and seriously rushed out again.when he came back the third day he explained his ordeals to us that the house he built for grandma in the village collapsed and the door fell on her leg and that all the hen she reared all died.We went to visit grandma in the UCH Ibadan on the 10th of November 2015.She was on drip when we got there when she woke up she told us she is very sorry that seems her time is up.. My dad immediately shun her and told her to rest.We prayed for her with so much zeal cause we all don’t want grandma to die.
    During grandma’s stay in the hospital,my dad had already brought in constructors to check the collapsed building they said all that were use to build the house are all substandard that they get weak easily and that the house was extremely weak it just have to collapse.My dad and his brothers did meeting and they agreed on rebuilding the house,one of my uncle said the estimate of the constructors were too high that he has someone that could do every furniture for free but my dad insisted and they got emilinks doors for grandma’s new house.With the little money the family members could gather ,they we’re able to build a standard duplex for grandma instead of another collapsing upstairs.When grandma wanted to leave the hospital she insisted she was not going to the house again that the villagers do not wish her well but after she spent 2 weeks in Lagos she finally was taken to the village and she saw the house.she was extremely amazed and today September 2nd marks grandma’s 73rd birthday. She is just so happy but now my wonderful grandma can’t walk very well unlike before .she called dad yesterday,she told him her friend want an exclusive security door and dad called the constructor who explain to grandma’s friend about the door and grandma’s friend just decided that she want EMI-SD1506094
    SECURITY door some hours ago.we are all in the village celebrating grandma’s birthday… Emilink is spreading in our oyedeji village, am just so happy that emilinks will keep saving more lives in oyedeji village and it will soon become developed.Possibly emilink will just have a factory in our village too. Thanks to emilink for providing standardized easy to get furniture for us… The dinning table is just so wow…I guess we need to refurnish our house too…. #emilink #day 26 #mydoorstory

  59. Moses O.

    September 2, 2016 at 2:07 pm

    Day 26
    #Emilinks #Bellanaija

    One fateful evening, as I was strolling through my neighbourhood, taking the sugar cane I just bought.

    I heard people shouting “bring water bring water”
    It was two shops that were engulfed in flames.

    Without hesitation, I gave a helping hand, and in no time we were able to put the fire out even before the fire fighters could arrive.

    To our surprise one of the shop was not affected as we thought while the other was badly affected, you know why?

    Because the building was made of Quality Building Materials, not just that they were also furnished with Emilinks products.

    With that experience, my advice to Landlords and Landladies, building your houses, shoes with quality materials. What is worth doing, is worth doing well.

    The difference will always be clear.

  60. Yemisi

    September 2, 2016 at 2:08 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #MyDay26 @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 .

  61. Moses O.

    September 2, 2016 at 2:12 pm

    Day 26
    #Emilinks #Bellanaija

    One fateful evening, as I was strolling through my neighbourhood, taking the sugar cane I just bought.

    I heard people shouting “bring water bring water”
    It was two shops that were engulfed in flames.

    Without hesitation, I gave a helping hand, and in no time we were able to put the fire out even before the fire fighters could arrive.

    To our surprise one of the shop was not affected as we thought, you know why?

    Because the building was made of Quality Building Materials, not just that they were also furnished with Emilinks products.

    With that experience, my advice to Landlords and Landladies, build your houses, and shops with quality materials. What is worth doing, is worth doing well.

    The difference will always be clear.

  62. Falilat

    September 2, 2016 at 2:16 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #MyDay26
    @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

  63. Emmanuel Isa

    September 2, 2016 at 2:39 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.

  64. Okpala Chibuike Emmanuel

    September 2, 2016 at 2:43 pm

    On my way to school after a heavy rainfall yesterday night, what I saw really baffled me. I saw a man rolling on the floor crying, with sympathisers holding him, I went closer to know the problem only to discover that his warehouse was destroyed by the rain that fell yesterday and all his goods that worth millions were destroyed by the rain. It was a pitiable sight. But what surprised me more was that another warehouse was right next to him and it was still strong like nothing happened, the man happened to be his friend. I was curious so I went to ask the man “no offence sir but how was this man’s warehouse destroyed and your own next to him still stand firm it’s just as if the rain picked his own ” the man smiled and said “well Ikenna(the man whose warehouse was destroyed) Is my friend, we built this Warehouse together but while I bought all the building materials from Emilinks which I referred to him because of their standard, Ikenna was buying substandard building materials and now this is the result ” . Well he learned the bitter way I said to myself
    #Emilinks
    #mydoorstory
    #day26

    • SammieCashmind

      September 2, 2016 at 3:16 pm

      #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Day26 @bellanaija
      The awareness of using substandard building materials can never be over emphasized and it’s a thing of joy to see that a world class firm like Emilink is using BellaNaija as a platform to sound this creative paying awareness, KUDOS EMILINKS. i was opportune to serve in Gtbank during my industrial training (I. T) and part of what I learnt was the negative effect of using substandard building materials because the building experienced depreciation earlier than they planned and spent, the location of my true lesson filled story is Yenegoa Bayelsa State and we know the state also experienced the flood that hit many Riverine States years back, after that flood the building was no more erect as confirmed by building professionals that can to inspect it and the major cause was substandard building materials that was used being a swampy land the materials were suppose to be “Standard ” exactly what EMILINKS is offering now, I will seriously blame the contractors because a financial institution like that would want the best but they went for materials that will give them huge ill-gotten profit but still little blame will go to the firm too for not bringing such building professionals to inspect and test the quality. The disadvantages of substandard building materials was much because water flooded the ground floor, tiles cracked, the cheap plywood padded doors got soak and the hinges rusted which makes Emilinks superb, it was really much to the extent that a new building was erected and this time with standard materials, the former contractors lost their reputation and the firm spent much to prevent disaster and retain their image. With Emilinks things like this will be prevented and from now the future is secured because with Emilinks our building will get beauty and security. Thank you Emilinks

  65. Orji Sunday Sylvester

    September 2, 2016 at 3:03 pm

    BUT THE CHILD DIED
    Orji Sunday Sylvester – As we stood by the balcony and stressed our ears to catch the cries of the new born baby boy cuddled in the cradle, the warm breeze swirled across; carrying with it no sign of danger. The brand new baby was having a brief good time in that ground old house. The house, any where, can equally lay claim to being brand new since it is still in it’s early twenties but poor quality, especially poor quality building materials has no regard for age, nor safety.
    As the gentle breeze caressed our foreskins, cracks like shock wave thumped inside the room.. Somehow, we engaged our imagination – trying to make guesses, however erroneous, about what was going on in the room. My Aunty, the mother of the new baby stormed the room, standing from as far as the entrance, she heard the baby’s deep, forced, painful cry and it was his last. The staircase leading to the upper floor had just collapsed. A block, had dropped on the cradle, pinning the baby to the napkin. He died. We wept, and today we live with that pain.
    But, that was many years ago. Indeed, as gone as those years might seem, at the call for quality building material, the memory of that tragedy comes back locking and knocking – reminding us that we made the wrong choices for building materials. If we had sacrificed cheapness for quality, if we had allowed qualify and not price or cost to rule our choices, that baby – my little beautiful cousin would have celebrated his 22 nd birthday this month.
    As we recount this tragic end of a budding destiny, we are equally glad to announce, to the delight of all, that the emergence of #Emelinks has made the difference. It has downed on us that our choices of building materials should be squarely hinged on quality. Tragedies like ours, will for a long time be averted should we make the right choices and that specifically means seeking out quality building materials with # Emelinks.
    Thus, as we, the modern generation plan to build that masterclass of a house, as we hope to raise structures that would endure over time, let us settle for trusted services and quality delivery and the destination for all these, no doubt, is # Emelinks.
    #Emilinks
    #MyDoor Story
    #Day 26

  66. Daniel o

    September 2, 2016 at 3:06 pm

    Day 26
    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

  67. Olayemi

    September 2, 2016 at 3:07 pm

    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

  68. Jemikalajah E

    September 2, 2016 at 3:08 pm

    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

  69. Micheal E. E it'z

    September 2, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    Day 25
    My uncle’s house is like heaven on Earth.When he was building it he ordered for the best quality doors from Emilinks, wardrobe, kitchen cabinet,bed frames etc all from Emilinks.He also called the best architects. Hard work really pays. Me and my siblings always run down to his house whenever we are putting on a good attire in order to have a nice snap shot.The house is so solid that I think it will stay beautiful forever. A good house is beautiful, solid and safe.The last touch to a good house is an Emilinks door
    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎

  70. Victorious

    September 2, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    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 ‎‎

  71. Maryam S

    September 2, 2016 at 3:12 pm

    Sorry to say this..Emilinks you are not fair in your judgement(selecting the best).This is my own view from the daily research.I see beautiful writeups on BN,Twitter and Instagram that meet your daily criteria but when it comes to the results,i see something else.

  72. Bethel

    September 2, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    Day 25
    If there’s one thing I love going to the airport for apart from traveling is it’s Building. The structures are outstanding,unique,innovative and exquisite. As you can see from the picture the building is made of glass.That alone protects the outsiders from the outside view.There was this heavy storm that occurred. It was so heavy that people including traders, passers bye, drivers etc had to find refuge in the building till the storm went down.A good building is strong and durable. Emilinks is just the best#MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎‎

  73. Bethel

    September 2, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    Day 25
    If there’s one thing I love going to the airport for apart from traveling is it’s Building. The structures are outstanding,unique,innovative and exquisite. As you can see from the picture the building is made of glass.That alone protects the outsiders from the outside view.There was this heavy storm that occurred. It was so heavy that people including traders, passers bye, drivers etc had to find refuge in the building till the storm went down.A good building is strong and durable. …..Emilinks is just the best#MyDoorStory #Emilinks‎‎

  74. Okpis Benjamin

    September 2, 2016 at 3:15 pm

    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

  75. Alexxa

    September 2, 2016 at 3:32 pm

    Wow, I’ve been trying since day 4, there’s just 4 more days to go. nothing yet. Please Emilinks, consider me! 10,000 naira wl do a lot for me. 🙁 .

    • Mary

      September 2, 2016 at 8:32 pm

      Don’t give up, keep trying.

  76. Sevenade

    September 2, 2016 at 4:25 pm

    Day 26

    I have suffered the misfortune of being burgled a couple of times until I had my great wall of China fitted. As a bachelor, and one with no culinary skills, I do give my neighbour 3K, every week, to prepare a pot of soup for me. Her soup is always aromatic, tasty and meaty and I looked forward to it every week. A pot of soup is supposed to last for one week, but a burglar always came around to help himself. In a desperate attempt to protect my pot of soup, I used to hide it in my wardrope, under my bed or inside the ceiling, but the burglar (perhaps a magician or a seer), always found it. I fasted and prayed, casted and bound the demons directing burglars to my house, but the break in continued. I became confused, helpless, angry and always hungry. I began to underperform in my place of work. One day, my boss called me and told me that I was beginning to perform below expectation. He looked disappointed. He told me I looked emaciated and asked to know what the problem was. I opened up and told him the heart-rending story of my pot of soup. I told him how the burglar once left a note, telling me how tasty and meaty my soups are. My boss empathized with me and told me that what I needed was an Emilinks door. I quickly had my substandard doors removed and Emilinks doors fitted. They are impenetrable, indestructible, bulletproof, fireproof, waterproof, heatproof and master key-proof. Now, my pot of soup always last one week, I have regained my lost weight and my boss is always commending me for a job well. Get Emilinks products and fortify your building with a great wall of China.
    #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory# day 26

  77. Sevenade

    September 2, 2016 at 4:40 pm

    Day 26
    #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory#
    I have suffered the misfortune of being burgled a couple of times until I had my great wall of China fitted. As a bachelor, and one with no culinary skills, I do give my neighbour 3K, every week, to prepare a pot of soup for me. Her soup is always aromatic, tasty and meaty and I looked forward to it every week. A pot of soup is supposed to last for one week, but a burglar always came around to help himself. In a desperate attempt to protect my pot of soup, I used to hide it in my wardrope, under my bed or inside the ceiling, but the burglar (perhaps a magician or a seer), always found it. I fasted and prayed, casted and bound the demons directing burglars to my house, but the break in continued. I became confused, helpless, angry and always hungry. I began to underperform in my place of work. One day, my boss called me and told me that I was beginning to perform below expectation. He looked disappointed. He told me I looked emaciated and asked to know what the problem was. I opened up and told him the heart-rending story of my pot of soup. I told him how the burglar once left a note, telling me how tasty and meaty my soups are. My boss empathized with me and told me that what I needed was an Emilinks door. I quickly had my substandard doors removed and Emilinks doors fitted. They are impenetrable, indestructible, bulletproof, fireproof, waterproof, heatproof and master key-proof. Now, my pot of soup always last one week, I have regained my lost weight and my boss is always commending me for a job well. Get Emilinks products and fortify your building with a great wall of China.
    #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory# day 26

  78. Sevenade

    September 2, 2016 at 4:55 pm

    Day 26
    #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory#
    I had suffered the misfortune of being burgled a couple of times until I had my great wall of China fitted. As a bachelor, and one with no culinary skills, I do give my neighbour, Amaka, 3K every week, to prepare a pot of soup for me. Her soup is always aromatic, tasty and meaty and I looked forward to it every week. A pot of soup is supposed to last for one week, but a burglar always came around to help himself. In a desperate attempt to protect my pot of soup, I used to hide it in my wardrope, under my bed or inside the ceiling, but the burglar (perhaps a magician or a seer), always found it. I fasted and prayed, casted and bound the demons directing burglars to my house, but the break in continued. I became confused, helpless, angry and always hungry. I began to underperform in my place of work. One day, my boss called me and told me that I was beginning to perform below expectation. He looked disappointed. He told me I looked emaciated and asked to know what the problem was. I opened up and told him the heart-rending story of my pot of soup. I told him how the burglar once left a note, telling me how tasty and meaty my soups are. My boss empathized with me and told me that what I needed was an Emilinks door. I quickly had my substandard doors removed and Emilinks doors fitted. They are impenetrable, indestructible, bulletproof, fireproof, waterproof, heatproof and master key-proof. Now, my pot of soup always last one week, I have regained my lost weight and my boss is always commending me for a job well. Get Emilinks products and fortify your building with a great wall of China.
    #EMILINKS#MyDoorStory# day 26

  79. Deolu

    September 2, 2016 at 5:36 pm

    I was sleeping in the second floor of the building
    when I heard the sound not too long before I went
    to bed at about 10 -10:30 pm on a Wednesday Night.
    At first I thought it was a bomb before I could
    realize anything I heard crack sound again and the
    entire building went down with the whole eight of us
    sleeping in different rooms.
    Sleeping next to me was my cousin James; we
    were both displaced when
    the building collapsed. James was sheltered by
    two beams that created a relief over-lay that
    prevented the concrete from crushing him to death.
    Everything went black when the building collapsed
    and I could not move. The only thing I did was
    digging the sand with my two hands looking for a
    way out but all effort could not direct
    me to any exit point.
    I was in between the building for hours until help found me on Thursday afternoon about 1pm. It is an experience I don’t even wish for an enemy, it was a near death experience.
    Investigations later proved the building collapsed due to sub-standard building materials.

    What I can advice to prevent happenings like this is provision of housing for people. If each person still needs to struggle to build his own
    house with inadequate money, he hardly can pay for
    good quality. Also if the industry is not
    well regulated and anybody can be a
    contractor just because you have access to people
    who are in a position to give you contracts, then this buildings collapsing might just not end. #Emilinks #Day26 #MyDoorStory

  80. somto nwosu

    September 2, 2016 at 5:57 pm

    Somtochukwu Nwosu
    #Emilinks #Day26 @bellanaija
    My name is Somto Nwosu, I am 16 years of age. I’ve been participating in this contest for awhile now. Pls Pls I hope I win this time.

  81. somto nwosu

    September 2, 2016 at 5:58 pm

    Somtochukwu Nwosu
    #Emilinks #Day26 @bellanaija
    If you own a building you would know what I’m talking about. In the house where I live almost everything gets spoilt. A house of 2 years has started showing cracks on the wall. This is as a result of substandard materials. We hear everyday in the news about collapsing of buildings. What causes this? Usage of substandard materials, weak foundation, completion of building too quick, to reduce cost of building materials. If the owners had bought the right materials this would have been avoided.
    If you are using a substandard door and window, it’s like you’re living in the open, you are Unprotected.
    Substandard building materials should be banned entirely, lives are been lost daily. ? Thank you.

  82. Cynthia

    September 2, 2016 at 6:26 pm

    emilinks #day 26#my door story
    Ever wondered why some buildings collapse after few years or even months after building and why 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, 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 also be used.

  83. David

    September 2, 2016 at 6:33 pm

    There was a day, I was passing by a building still in construction. The building was tall and people use to say when it’s completed, it’s going to be the most beautiful building in that area. I couldn’t agree more as I stood and admired it. Workers were working hard and everything was going well. I turned to continue my journey and 2 mins later the unexpected happened. I heard the building collapsing, I immediately turned back…it was tragic. I was moved to tears as I could see people running out and others trapped.
    Lives were lost because not all the workers could get out before it crashed to the ground. The once beautiful building was reduced to rubbish all because of substandard materials being used. The state government waded into the matter and ordered both the owner and the contractors arrested to investigate the cause. It was however verified that substandard materials was the cause.
    There are some things we are ignorant of that causes incidents like this, everybody should know this :
    1. Managing materials: When building any high rising structure, dont manage. Use the right amount of materials and use quality.
    2. Failure to follow the books: Sometimes people fail to adhere to recommended and approved plans and specifications. When building, follow the books. Dont seek quick fix or shortcuts. It always backfire.
    3. Understanding Weights: Buildings, like all structures, are designed to support certain loads without deforming excessively. The loads are the weights
    of people, wind, furnitures, rain etc.
    4. Excessive alternation: dont change the plan too much during construction process. ‘I want the bedroom bigger’. ‘No the kitchen should be here, not
    there. ‘Can this foundation take another floor?’.
    5. Thorough Geotechnical Investigation also known as soil test should be done: Knowledge of the soil profile and its characteristics should be known. #Day26 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  84. Ovigwere

    September 2, 2016 at 8:15 pm

    Day 26
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory
    Quality speaks, choose quality and you wud never regret it! I chose Emilinks and I have never regretted it. But my friend has a different story entirely!
    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!
    This is my testimony!

  85. Monday

    September 2, 2016 at 8:37 pm

    She ran inside my house shouting, “Please help me! please help me! my house is collapsing”. Mama Abigail had just moved into the her new building not quite long. “Is collapsing?” I asked her. I needed no answer to my question because I could tell by the look on her face that she was not joking. With reflex, I ran out of my house heading towards the building that was literally falling apart. She ran along side with me. I thought I was Arnold Schwarzenegger, and that I could hold the building from totally collapsing because my friends always told me that I’m very muscular. But as soon as we got close to the building, we halted all at once because it dawn on us that if we move any closer, we would be history. I never knew that it was not a blockbuster movie but that the falling blocks will literally burst my head open, if I make any further move.

    Thank God Mama Abigail was home alone and was outside washing her children’s wears when the building started collapsing. Her husband was off for work and the kids were in school. God is really merciful. He pardons the sinner and punishes the sin. A building constructed with substandard materials is a sin. But Papa Abigail had invested so much in that building and even took a loan to finish the building. How can he cope with paying for a house rent and also servicing his unfortunate indebtedness. Hmmmm…

    Some persons were saying that Papa Abigail was bewitched from his village but nothing could be further from the truth. The house was constructed with substandard materials. We need to stop blaming witches and the devil for what they are innocent of. Africans love blaming witches. See, even a witch can testify that Emilinks produces good quality material and cannot even conspire to collapse a building that has a touch of Emilinks’s materials. Please let’s help ourselves by hooking up with Emilinks and stop blaming witches.

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #DAY26

  86. Izebhokhale Franca

    September 2, 2016 at 8:39 pm

    Luke 6:47-49
     47)Whosoever cometh to me, and heareth my sayings, and doeth them, I will shew you to whom he is like:
    48)He is like a man which built an house, and digged deep, and laid the foundation on a rock: and when the flood arose, the stream beat vehemently upon that house, and could not shake it: for it was founded upon a rock.
    49)But he that heareth, and doeth not, is like a man that without a foundation built an house upon the earth; against which the stream did beat vehemently, and immediately it fell; and the ruin of that house was great.

    In that bible passage, it was as if EMILINKS was described.
    A man who uses emilinks product is likened to a man who builds his house on a rock and when the flood,wind and stream came, it cannot shake it.
    But a man who goes after substandard materials is likened to a man who builds his house on mere sand and without foundation. When the wind, stream and flood came, it fell vehemently.
    .Oh how great is the fall of the house without EMILINKS product.
    If am to answer that question.
    IT IS UNIMAGINABLE. THY FALL IS INDEED GREAT.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day26.

  87. Taiwo

    September 2, 2016 at 8:57 pm

    Day 26
    I have a firsthand information on the terrible things that could occur as a result of using Substandard materials…
    It was the last day in orientation camp(Nysc) I received my posting letter and was glad I was posted to a tertiary institution… I never knew that was the place I was going to learn a very valuable lesson from. I was posted as an assistant lecturer, so one day I had class and the course rep informed me on the venue of the lecture hall. It was the popular “UNITY HALL”. On getting there, the sight of the chairs and table was annoying, you could see fake written all over them. I eventually decided to ignore them and focus on my lecture, since it was my very first lecture.
    Surprisingly and shockingly, we heard a loud thud and the building we were in, shook! My life flashed before my eyes.. My heart ran and left me. . . I was confusion personified. We were hearing screams and prayers from outside, dome students and I eventually gathered heart and mind, and slowly tip-toed outside only to find out that the stairs had fallen off, the school called a rescue team and we came down thru a ladder . It’s as horrible as it sounds. .. I was traumatized for weeks. . . The school management, brought down the whole building and started building, but this time, with quality materials! Someone eventually tod tod them of Emilinks… I’m still serving here and the new and rebranded unity hall is isaisalmost completed, u cud smell the quality materials a mile away. Thanks to Emilinks, another corper and students wouldn’t have to go thru my ordeal. Thus is my story.. I. I have of course learnt the importance of using quality materials the hard way!
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  88. Justice Ogbemudia

    September 2, 2016 at 9:10 pm

    To many Nigerians, Civilization is a product of rural development but their mind is half baked in this ideology. It is pathetic but it is the truth. In the mediaeval era, building mud houses took time and alot of effort to complete. Every step in the building was considered crucial.Our grandparents ensured that the mud is mixed properly and when it came for roofing and fixing of doors and windows, they sort the strongest wood in the forest. they take their time to cut it into suitable and strong pieces. WHERE HAS THIS MENTALITY GONE?
    These days, people no longer care what materials are used, sorting is not even part of the process anymore because they feel its faster with roadside building material stores.
    Even up till now, there are houses that have lived up to a hundred years with little or no renovations but hardly in this our so called civilised state can we find a house that have stayed upto 70years and above. Those that stay for such years have most times been renovated twice every 8years.
    It is not because there is no civilization but because most minds have refused to be civilised. they accept anything a d everything including substandard materials, No wonder most buildings collapse and people loose their lives in the process. It won’t cost us anything to go for quality and durable materials. EMILINKS IS ALWAYS THERE AT OUR BECK AND CALL FOR THOSE WHO ALLOW THEIR MIND TO BE CIVILIZED. because housing civilization starts with Emilinks.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day26.

  89. pope Esu Jonah

    September 2, 2016 at 9:19 pm

    More lies are used to cover up lies. So it its when substandard materials are used to build a house.One will continue buying such sustandard material to cover it up except wisdom is applied. To whom brain is given, sense is expected.
    Mr Ajayi built his house and he cut down cost by all means. He used substandard materials and his house was completed in no time. The house was beautiful at first(evil always seems appealing but with time good and justice will always prevail)
    Mr Ajayi spent money he didn’t spend on quality materials for the house warming party.
    Three months after they moved into the house, it all started falling apart bit by bit. Mr Ajayi will take money and buy what he bought before. Houses are built for comfortability and and security but it wasn’t so for Mr Ajayi and his household. His windows and doors were ripping apart and in less than a year, the house was looking like a shipwreck.
    I learnt alot from that experience. It wasn’t cost effective because he kept on buying the same thing over and over again. Comfortability and security was a foregone alternative because the noise that came from that house whenever its windy could disturb the neighbours and finally, he ended spending more than it cost to get quality and durable materials.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory Day 26.

  90. Joseph daniel

    September 2, 2016 at 9:30 pm

    What use is beauty without comfort and durability? In the past,our society has been affected by substandard building materials, a wise man once told me that a city is only as beautiful as its buildings but today I tell u,a city is only as strong as its buildings. Let’s take for instance the early century when when a city only depend on the strength of its walls for its defence. The stronger the walls,the stronger and safer the city and its inhabitants. These walls are so strong only because of standard and quality materials used for its construction. In our society today,substandard building materials have led to the collapse of many buildings. In a society where the common believe is that only the rich can afford standard building materials, the CEO emilinks,in a famous and patriotic campaign to eliminate substandard and fake building materials,has helped in all most total elimination of substandard and fake materials from our markets,and he also made materials such as doors,wardrobes, furniture and all sorts of finishings very affordable for everyone. In his magnanimity and patriotism,he slashing the prices of this materials so all can enjoy comfort, strength, beauty and durability. Emilinks has made the dream of owning a comfortable and durable homes by average Nigerians possible. Now our cities are strong because emilinks provides us with quality and durable materials for our buildings. God bless emilinks. God bless Nigeria. Day 26 #emilinks #mydoorstory

  91. David

    September 2, 2016 at 9:31 pm

    There was a day, I was passing by a building still in construction. The building was tall and people use to say when it’s completed, it’s going to be the most beautiful building in that area. I couldn’t agree more as I stood and admired it. Workers were working hard and everything was going well. I turned to continue my journey and 2 mins later the unexpected happened. I heard the building collapsing, I immediately turned back…it was tragic. I was moved to tears as I could see people running out and others trapped.
    Lives were lost because not all the workers could get out before it crashed to the ground. The once beautiful building was reduced to rubbish all because of substandard materials being used. The state government waded into the matter and ordered both the owner and the contractors arrested to investigate the cause. It was however verified that substandard materials was the cause.
    There are some things we are ignorant of that causes incidents like this, everybody should know this :
    1. Managing materials: When building any high rising structure, dont manage. Use the right amount of materials and use quality.
    2. Failure to follow the books: Sometimes people fail to adhere to recommended and approved plans and specifications. When building, follow the books. Dont seek quick fix or shortcuts. It always backfire.
    3. Understanding Weights: Buildings, like all structures, are designed to support certain loads without deforming excessively. The loads are the weights
    of people, wind, furnitures, rain etc.
    4. Excessive alternation: dont change the plan too much during construction process. ‘I want the bedroom bigger’. ‘No the kitchen should be here, not
    there. ‘Can this foundation take another floor?’.
    5. Thorough Geotechnical Investigation also known as soil test should be done: Knowledge of the soil profile and its characteristics should be known. #Day26 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  92. Michael

    September 2, 2016 at 9:32 pm

    When we moved into our new house, it was a step forward for us although we were still renting but at least it was bigger than the former one we stayed in, it had more rooms and bathroom, but our happiness didn’t last for too long as we began to discover the faults the house had. Almost all the woods in the house were being attacked by termites, both the doors and ceiling, we almost swept our dining and parlor every hour due to constant droppings of dust from the damage the termite did to the ceiling woods, the worst was the noise we always heard inside the ceiling, at day and at night, because the ceiling outside was open (thanks to the termites) birds especially owls made a home there too, the disturbances and inconvenience got to much until money was spent to renovate the house. Then we didn’t know anything about Emilikns but when my dad asked for options of quality housing materials a friend of his suggested Emilikns to him, after the renovation we had our peace and comfort, we have been there for over seven years now and there has been no repairs on any part yet, when building your house go for quality products it will save you time, discomfort and a lot of cost, thanks to Emilikns. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 26

  93. Franky

    September 2, 2016 at 10:11 pm

    I have a type of dad that always takes close look to details whenever he does anything, when he was building our house he took his time and went for quality products, he tried to go for the best he never looked at the cost, little did he know that what he was doing was going to save our lives. Where our house was built was in an area seen as a boundary between Christians and Muslims, some few years back we were all at home except for my mum and dad who went out to work, there was a fight in a nearby football field that escalated into a full grown crises, we didn’t know what was happening outside, suddenly some strangers ran into our house and locked the door, we were still in shock before we heard banging on the door, some boys spoke in Hausa asking us to open the door and come out, at that moment we realized what was happening, as we didn’t open the door they tried breaking down the door but it didn’t give way, then they thought the could bring down the house by trying to break its edges but that was the worse option, while still inside we had made some calls to our dad who had connections with the police, the only thing they succeeded in doing was to break our windows before the police came to our rescue, the house was so solid, we only heard noise from outside but nobody could break through thanks to the choice of quality materials used in building the house especially the Emilinks door, they probably thought they could break it down easily but it didn’t give way, it saved our lives, even the strangers that ran into the house testified. An Emilinks door is a quality door.

  94. uzzy

    September 2, 2016 at 10:12 pm

    I was really sad when my new neighbour lost his little son to the collapse of our 2 storey building containing 6 flats. Iv always complained to our landlord but you know how it is this when greed blocks the ears. My landlord is the most greedy man on the planet,wev complained of leakage, holes, cracks and bad plumbing but no he wouldn’t listen and was only after his rent. Until one fateful morning, the storm was so much and the building started falling apart. We managed to escape but not without injuries. It was really horrible wen my neighbours son was found dead under the debris. My landlord is full of regrets but it won’t bring back lost life and properties. Its better to be safe than sorry. Quality should always be the watch word when building and at least there is a trusted brand like emilinks who are committed to making excellent materials. Mehn dere doors are awesome.. Lol
    #MyDoorStory
    #Emilinks
    Day 26

  95. Franky

    September 2, 2016 at 10:12 pm

    I have a type of dad that always takes close look to details whenever he does anything, when he was building our house he took his time and went for quality products, he tried to go for the best he never looked at the cost, little did he know that what he was doing was going to save our lives. Where our house was built was in an area seen as a boundary between Christians and Muslims, some few years back we were all at home except for my mum and dad who went out to work, there was a fight in a nearby football field that escalated into a full grown crises, we didn’t know what was happening outside, suddenly some strangers ran into our house and locked the door, we were still in shock before we heard banging on the door, some boys spoke in Hausa asking us to open the door and come out, at that moment we realized what was happening, as we didn’t open the door they tried breaking down the door but it didn’t give way, then they thought the could bring down the house by trying to break its edges but that was the worse option, while still inside we had made some calls to our dad who had connections with the police, the only thing they succeeded in doing was to break our windows before the police came to our rescue, the house was so solid, we only heard noise from outside but nobody could break through thanks to the choice of quality materials used in building the house especially the Emilinks door, they probably thought they could break it down easily but it didn’t give way, it saved our lives, even the strangers that ran into the house testified. An Emilinks door is a quality door. #Emilinks #MyDoorStory #Day 26

  96. Uzoma Onyekwere

    September 2, 2016 at 10:52 pm

    Day 26
    My childhood Friend Engr Emeka won some millions from naira bet and he had huge plans mapped out of how to invest the money. Emeka came to me for advice on how to spend the money. We decided to build a bungalow for his mother since she and his other siblings were living in a rented two bedroom flat. He purchased a land and put me in charge of the construction. Since I don’t have much experience in actual construction and building materials, I decided to go for market survey and seek advice from experts in this area. After much extensive survey with Mr Sean an expert in construction and building materials. I realized that Substandard materials flooded the market, but one brand of material stood out “EMILINKS”. Emilinks is affordable, durable and of standard quality. We went ahead to use Emilinks materials in our construction and we haven’t had a reason for fear ever since.
    #Emilinks #mydoorstory

  97. ihuoma agnes

    September 2, 2016 at 10:58 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day26

    building ! building!! building!!! how many times did i call you ? i must owe one i said to myself,living in a house built with substandard material is like a nightmare with strong emotional response from the mind,one thing is to determine to build a house another is actualizing by meeting a contractor that values human life ,yes you had me right,some contractors are after there own selfish interest.my story happens in the remote village of karaye where we leave in a semi mud house ,some roofs are leaking making rain to spoil some of our belongings during raining season and dry season we cant get adequate ventilation and so many people dies of meningities due to the bad struture and state of the houses there,if the houses were built with quality materials and also handled by Good contractor i know the story will not be the same ,quality have been my watch wod since then and i promise myself come what may ,i will get money, i will build a house and surround myself with #emilinks range of products .

  98. Awoyinfa

    September 2, 2016 at 11:06 pm

    @bellanaija #emilinks @emilinksng. #day26
    I just saw this competition and i would like to share my experience.I hope its shared so people can learn from it.
    Everytime i remember this experience, it brings tears to my eyes. I can’t stop crying. Some few weeks back i and my best friend tunde went home after rehearsals.Tunde lives next to my house away from mine,this fateful day rain fell and it was heavy as usual everyone hid in their houses, little did he know he was hiding in the shadows of death,suddenly i heard a loud noise gbam,was that a bomb, everyone rushed out to see what happened.lo and behold,tunde’s collapsed.I was shocked,i almost ran mad.people shouted as everyone ran towards the house,no one even cared about the rain again.4 people died that day including tunde and his mum.It was a big loss to the community,only his dad and younger sister survived.Their wicked landlord used substandard materials to build the house, just to save cost and it cost 4 people’s lives,it was not worth it at all.My family was lucky we built our house with standard and quality materials.we used #emilinks.Part of the building collapsed on our own house but it did not affect it,because #emilinks got us covered
    A lot of people tend to compromise when it comes to building houses, they just mix the cement wrongly and use poor materials.Organisations in charge of housing and standard practises should take note.#emilinks has taken a stand to use quality, its time others did same

  99. chukwuka

    September 2, 2016 at 11:20 pm

    #MyDoorStory #Emilinks #Day26
    this contest takes my down memory lane ,as am suffering from the effect of building with substandard material .now i believe the saying that all that glitters are not gold,
    last year was desperating looking for house to rent after my settlement ,i contacted the agents and told him what i want ,lo and behold he callled me on faithful day that he will like me to come and inspect the one he has seen if i will like it ,on getting there i was impressed not knowing that the building was a painted corpse ,it has all that is required in a building but all are substandard ,pipes are dripping waters on the wall ,the tapes are getting bad ,tiles keep breaking without cause ,did i mention all the kitchen wardrobes is been eat by termites ,i keep entring from one expenses to the other due to substandard materials ,oh am tired ,am just praying for my rentage to expire let me move out because you never can tell the foundation how it was ,why engaing in cheap and death trap materials while you can get quality assured product range from emilinks .

  100. Awoyinfa

    September 2, 2016 at 11:32 pm

    @bellanaija #emilinks @emilinksng.
    I just saw this competition and i would like to share my experience.I hope its shared so people can learn from it.
    Everytime i remember this experience, it brings tears to my eyes. I can’t stop crying. Some few weeks back i and my best friend tunde went home after rehearsals.Tunde lives next to my house away from mine,this fateful day rain fell and it was heavy as usual everyone hid in their houses, little did he know he was hiding in the shadows of death,suddenly i heard a loud noise gbam,was that a bomb, everyone rushed out to see what happened.lo and behold,tunde’s collapsed.I was shocked,i almost ran mad.people shouted as everyone ran towards the house,no one even cared about the rain again.4 people died that day including tunde and his mum.It was a big loss to the community,only his dad and younger sister survived.Their wicked landlord used substandard materials to build the house, just to save cost and it cost 4 people’s lives,it was not worth it at all.My family was lucky we built our house with standard and quality materials.we used #emilinks.Part of the building collapsed on our own house but it did not affect it,because #emilinks got us covered
    A lot of people tend to compromise when it comes to building houses, they just mix the cement wrongly and use poor materials.Organisations in charge of housing and standard practises should take note.#emilinks has taken a stand to use quality, its time others did same #day26

  101. Awoyinfa

    September 3, 2016 at 12:05 am

    @bellanaija #emilinks @emilinksng.
    I just saw this competition and i would like to share my experience.I hope its shared so people can learn from it.
    Everytime i remember this experience, it brings tears to my eyes. I can’t stop crying. Some few weeks back i and my best friend tunde went home after rehearsals.Tunde lives next to my house away from mine,this fateful day rain fell and it was heavy as usual everyone hid in their houses, little did he know he was hiding in the shadows of death,suddenly i heard a loud noise gbam,was that a bomb, everyone rushed out to see what happened.lo and behold,tunde’s collapsed.I was shocked,i almost ran mad.people shouted as everyone ran towards the house,no one even cared about the rain again.4 people died that day including tunde and his mum.It was a big loss to the community,only his dad and younger sister survived.Their wicked landlord used substandard materials to build the house, just to save cost and it cost 4 people’s lives,it was not worth it at all.My family was lucky we built our house with standard and quality materials.we used #emilinks.Part of the building collapsed on our own house but it did not affect it,because #emilinks got us covered
    A lot of people tend to compromise when it comes to building houses, they just mix the cement wrongly and use poor materials.Organisations in charge of housing and standard practises should take note.#emilinks has taken a stand to use quality, its time others did same

  102. Joseph Daniel

    September 3, 2016 at 12:11 am

    What use is beauty without comfort and durability? In the past,our society has been affected by substandard building materials, a wise man once told me that a city is only as beautiful as its buildings but today I tell u,a city is only as strong as its buildings. Let’s take for instance the early century when when a city only depend on the strength of its walls for its defence. The stronger the walls,the stronger and safer the city and its inhabitants. These walls are so strong only because of standard and quality materials used for its construction. In our society today,substandard building materials have led to the collapse of many buildings. In a society where the common believe is that only the rich can afford standard building materials, the CEO emilinks,in a famous and patriotic campaign to eliminate substandard and fake building materials,has helped in all most total elimination of substandard and fake materials from our markets,and he also made materials such as doors,wardrobes, furniture and all sorts of finishings very affordable for everyone. In his magnanimity and patriotism,he slashing the prices of this materials so all can enjoy comfort, strength, beauty and durability. Emilinks has made the dream of owning a comfortable and durable homes by average Nigerians possible. Where beauty,strength and comfort is needed,the answer is emilinks God bless emilinks. God bless Nigeria. Day 26 #emilinks #mydoorstory

  103. Joseph Jnr

    September 3, 2016 at 12:27 am

    As an Architecture student of the federal university of technology minna,some selected students, myself inclusive were selected to take part in the construction of a 500 capacity lecture hall with offices as means of enhancing our practical knowledge. During the construction, the engineer in charge made sure all the materials used where of standard,the VC had warned before the construction that he won’t tolerate the use of substandard materials due to the horrors he witnessed in previous buildings around the school. Those buildings constructed with inferior materials never last more than three years and the roofs will start pealing off,the doors damaged,the interior finishing all damaged and before 5 years the building is almost useless. So,on this building a trusted engineer was awarded the contract and he made sure all the materials used for dis building where of standard and good quality. It was really during this building that I and my fellow students heard of the emilinks brand. On one occasion, the engineer took me and one other student to Aba where he buys materials, all the doors and office furniturs he ordered where all emilinks brands,out of curiosity I asked him,sir,why are all the doors and furnitures of one brand? He replied,because emilinks have proved to be a trustworthy name in the building industry. He promptly told us that with emilinks,your building is safe guaranteed. And he has been using the brand in all his constructions since he found emilinks. Its been more than six months since the construction was completed and I went the just last week to confirm the engineer’s testimony and he is very right. Every part of that building, the doors,interiors and furnitures are all intact. Still new as if they where installed yesterday. Am convinced that this building is so beautiful and strong because it was touched by emilinks. Day26 #emilinks #mydoorstory

  104. Joseph Jnr

    September 3, 2016 at 12:35 am

    admin please help me….. my comment has been awaiting moderation. I pray its fixed ASAP. thank you

  105. emmanuel

    September 3, 2016 at 1:13 am

    I am Emmy and I writes from Edo. And through my article, I want every Nigerian know and be aware of how important and relevant it is to build with good quality materials and not substandard and look-like quality materials which are most common in our market. With that said, I know well of a government primary school project in my locality that was finely built and almost completed but will you believe me that the beautiful building project completely collapsed and sunk to the ground with roof on top the debris and the lousy contractor manoeuvred his way out and blame was on the land topography and the drizzy rain with heavy storm that day. What a complete shame because evidences showed lack of standard quality building materials. Houses are man’s dwelling place for shelter and security; and building contractors and engineers must know this and not endanger man’s life by compromising this fact via using of substandard materials so as to embezzle their purses. And also when we build in our society or have chance to build, whether be it a fine house or not a fine one, as the plan may be, we should do it with quality materials and not have the mindset of using materials that are opposite of the real thing just because of how cheap the price may be. My mommy will always say, when you do something, do it well and by application to this article, I charge every Nigerian whether poor or rich that when we build, we should do it well so as to avoid consequences of any sort. Build with quality materials and with #emilinks, it is sure….. #emilinks don open e door wide open so dat every person, poor and rich go know the essence, relevance and importance of to build with beta quality materials for market.
    #emilinks
    #26
    #mydoorstory

  106. Emmy white

    September 3, 2016 at 2:16 am

    Good morning Nigerians. Building is very essential and is one thing everybody what to accomplish. To build a house, what we need 2 put into consideration and exercise is to use quality building material (which I will guarantee you that emilinks is the right place).
    Before I share some tragic and painful experience caused due to substandard building material (especially the doors,wardrobe,bed,wood work and roofing etc) I want to urge builders to choose engineer who like taste for quality and encourage them and also builder should be patient while doing a building project and not be in haste/rush to complete it, doing it with fake/inferior material
    I want to appreciate emilinks intervention in our new era today to eradicate substandard building material. In my area there is a storey building close to school (ambrose alli university) the house was built in 2015 due to the owner wasn’t in the country, the contractor in charge embezzled the fund and purchase bad/substandard material. 4 upstairs 4 that matter Hmmmmmm. Even the door was local wood and the wardrobe eaten by insect/dusty. As I write now nobody what to live there even 4 free because it has almost collapsed and secondly in our well built house by emilinks because the contractor was in a haste he went behind emilinks and purchase Some bad doors and wardrobe which we regret today the door was dusty/very bad which made us change the doors today and use emilinks which made our house quality and fine again. Even though I was stressed by cleaning the house.. so use emilinks now to avoid renovation
    #emilinks
    #day 27
    #mydoorstory

  107. emmy

    September 3, 2016 at 3:28 am

    Good morning Nigerians. Building is very essential and is one thing everybody what to accomplish. To build a house, what we need 2 put into consideration and exercise is to use quality building material (which I will guarantee you that emilinks is the right place).
    Before I share some tragic and painful experience caused due to substandard building material (especially the doors,wardrobe,bed,wood work and roofing etc) I want to urge builders to choose engineer who like taste for quality and encourage them and also builder should be patient while doing a building project and not be in haste/rush to complete it, doing it with fake/inferior material
    I want to appreciate emilinks intervention in our new era today to eradicate substandard building material. In my area there is a storey building close to school (ambrose alli university) the house was built in 2015 due to the owner wasn’t in the country, the contractor in charge embezzled the fund and purchase bad/substandard material. 4 upstairs 4 that matter Hmmmmmm. Even the door was local wood and the wardrobe eaten by insect/dusty. As I write now nobody what to live there even 4 free because it has almost collapsed and secondly in our well built house by emilinks because the contractor was in a haste he went behind emilinks and purchase Some bad doors and wardrobe which we regret today the door was dusty/very bad which made us change the doors today and use emilinks which made our house quality and fine again. Even though I was stressed by cleaning the house.. so use emilinks now to avoid renovation
    #emilinks
    #day 26
    #mydoorstory

  108. Faith Igberase

    September 3, 2016 at 4:30 am

    #Day26 #Emilinks #MyDoorStory I grew up in the village where we slept in mud houses without doors. And at the middle of the night,when you are suppose to enjoy a sound sleep and even feel secured for sleeping inside a room,then you have the goats and rats jump on your body and over your head,thereby depriving you of a sound sleep which may lead to bad health conditions during the day because of lack of adequate sleep and rest.

    I would complain to my mother in the morning,and She told me we couldn’t afford to fix a door and that I should learn to live that way. The most painful part of my story is when you keep a plate of your lunch in the room and before you return from the kitchen to get drinking water,either part of the food or all the food have been eaten by a goat or a dog which my parents see as the pet securing the house instead of getting a quality door that can save and protest us all.

    I shared my childhood ordeal with my husband and I told him I would never which to feel so insecured again and I really which to experience what sound sleep means. He told me about Emilinks doors and promised me security and happiness and here is my family today.we are happy in this house, we feel so safe,secured and I sleep like a new born baby without any fear.thanks to Bella Naija

  109. Ekom Harry

    September 3, 2016 at 5:14 am

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day-26
    Good things don’t hide. I run a dry cleaning business, after washing and ironing, I keep the clothes in a wardrobe after tagging. My very regular customers have a compartment to themselves. My customers are very pleased at the home of their clothes. Especially when they come for their clothes and see the wardrobe it comes out from, they can’t help but exclaim, “mehnnn, u get good taste sha!” And I tell them, ” we don’t give cut and nail services here o, even our wardrobe is not a cut and nail product. Its Emilinks high quality wardrobe and so are our services- high quality”. My customers are usually satisfied and happy because their clothes are safe from rodents, termite and thieves because of the protective lock in my Emilinks wardrobe. I encourage all to get an Emilinks wardrobe because they give u value for your money.
    No rodents
    No termite
    No theft.

  110. JosephO

    September 3, 2016 at 6:06 am

    Before I returned to Nigeria to spend quality time with my family, I remember how my wife who’s a chef used to complain on skype about our twin boys Michael and Micah always getting out of bed on the days she had to fry plantain very early to deliver to her clients. The kids would wake up because of the noise generated when bleaching oil and the sweet smell of dodo (sadly dodo is the only thing they love more than me). And when the kids are up that early, your mornings can never be peaceful, not when Wrestlemania is their favourite TV programme. Our sitting room becomes their ring while my wife forcfully becomes the referee, unwanted referee!

    So since I got back, I always wondered why my boys suddenly preferred snoring to their beloved dodo smell (afterall the kitchen is still close to our bedroom), until I noticed how carefully my wife shuts the door which like to call ‘magical door’.

    I couldn’t help but ask where she got it from and she told me Emilinks. Still wondering who or what Emilinks is, she added that with Emilinks, you don’t only get strong durable doors but sound proof one’s. So I said; ”Is this Emirinks (instead of Emilinks) a man or woman?”

    She kept laughing until she finally revealed it was a company.

    I can’t wait to make an order as we begin the construction of our family house in the village come November. In Emirinks (sorry Emilinks) I trust!

    #emilinks #mydoorstory

  111. Ovigwere

    September 3, 2016 at 7:05 am

    Day 26
    Staying in benin, I have seen different types of buildings, I have seen the gud, the bad , and the terrible!!! This made me more aware of the advantages of good and quality building materials and also of the disadvantages of Substandard materials .
    I acquired a piece of land in a water logged area, but I am not suffering like others are because I made sure I used quality materials… When the rains come, my neighbours would sometimes pack some of their properties to my place to protect them from the water! Mmm, Substandard materials are terrible! It’s been 10yrs now, and my building is still standing… Some desert their homes during raining season and come back during dry season. Thanks to Emilinks for producing quality products, because of these quality products, I’m not running up and down… Be like me, get quality products and have peace of mind, Get Emilinks product… I have tested them and I’m still trusting them.
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

  112. Okpis Benjamin

    September 3, 2016 at 8:48 am

    Day 26
    #Emilinks #MyDoorStory

    “Prevention is indeed better than cure ” My uncle’s story completely illustrates the saying, prevention is better than cure. My uncle was building a two storey building at Abraka,very close to Delta state University, Abraka. He was in a hurry to finished the house, so students could start paying for the hostel accommodation… He made a huge mistake by using Substandard materials, mmm, if only he heard of Emilinks on time, I’m sure he wouldn’t be in the situation he is in right now. His friend showed him a place were he could buy building materials almost half the price they were really worth. The building was almost completed and my uncle was feeling on top of the world, he was planning to buy “this and that” with the money that wud be gotten wen the students finally pay. One sunny afternoon while the roofing was on going, no one knew what happened, the entire building came down in pieces, to cut the long story short, my uncle and his friend was arrested, by the family of a worker who died! My uncle wud have prevented everything, if only he had gotten quality building materials like wood… Because it was said that the wood he purchased was a Substandard wood, already infested by termites. He wud have Prevented suffering and starting over frm the scratch, Prevented Sleeping in the police station, prevented loss of lives, money and properties. Prevent all these, use quality materials, Use EMILINKS!

  113. Uchai Oliseh Daniel

    September 3, 2016 at 11:59 am

    #Emilinks #Mydoorstory #Mywardrope Day26
    Ever since I started my laundry and dey cleaning business I have always had a low customer turn out. Every time a new customer comes, they never come back again.
    I found out that I didn’t have a wardrobe to hang my customers clothes, I always lay them on a wooden shelf which made the clothes look unkept and rough, especially the suits. I started saving for a new wardrobe, till I got a new wardrobe installed and look it’s Emilinks wardrobe. Ever since I installed the Emilinks wardrobe my Laundry n dry cleaning store looks more beautiful and my customers are satisfied with the neatness and orderliness of their clothes being well arranged and hung inside my new Emilinks wardrobe. They are now so impressed.
    I got a comment from one of my customers, he said “every time I come to collect my clothes and see how neatly arranged they are in the wardrobe, he is motivated to come back”. Thanks to Emilinks.

  114. Tobilola

    September 5, 2016 at 1:04 pm

    While i was much younger, the former house in which I lived in with my family had broken walls and leaking roof and we had just packed into that house for not up to one year.The leaking roof was bad to the extent that we had to put some buckets in the roof permanently so that when rain falls,it won’t leak into the house. The situation was really bad indeed.Then one day, my parents got to know of emilinks and decided to use the materials for the next house they planned to build. During the construction of our new house,I could see a clear difference between emilinks materials and other materials.We packed into the house and we have been there for a couple of years now and the walls of the house are still very intact as ever,the roofs have never leaked,they are still intact too…Even the windows, doors and all other building materials from emilinks that we used are still good as ever.Emilinks is essential for your long term investment and safety. Choose wisel

  115. Ella

    September 5, 2016 at 1:09 pm

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day25
    As a newly wed couple with our own house, wow the feeling can’t be better. It felt good to be in our own house, everything felt new except for the doors, especially my kitchen and toilet doors.
    My husband contracted the doors of the house to a carpenter in the neighbourhood, who used substandard materials.
    I suffered it more because I had to cook and the kitchen door is always stuck. And the fact that its made of heavy wood material makes it worse (I guess that’s why my husband thought they were qualitative ). I have to use all the stored up energy in me to open it up. Sometimes I have to call up my husband to come use his manly power to help open it up. When I come home tired sometimes, I give up cooking begging my hubby to eat junks for dinner because I don’t want to go through the hassles of opening the door. As for the toilet doors some of them where being eaten up by termites, while some started falling off its hinges.Having visitors around became so embarrassing.
    My husband noticed all this and decided to surprise me with a change.
    That change was an Emilinks door. Now I don’t have to be frightened to come home to cook for my Darling husband or at the thought of havibg visitors over. All this is possible because Emilinks doors are not just superior but also affordable. Thanks for making life so easy.

  116. Ella

    September 5, 2016 at 1:11 pm

    #Emilinks
    #MyDoorStory
    #Day29
    As a newly wed couple with our own house, wow the feeling can’t be better. It felt good to be in our own house, everything felt new except for the doors, especially my kitchen and toilet doors.
    My husband contracted the doors of the house to a carpenter in the neighbourhood, who used substandard materials.
    I suffered it more because I had to cook and the kitchen door is always stuck. And the fact that its made of heavy wood material makes it worse (I guess that’s why my husband thought they were qualitative ). I have to use all the stored up energy in me to open it up. Sometimes I have to call up my husband to come use his manly power to help open it up. When I come home tired sometimes, I give up cooking begging my hubby to eat junks for dinner because I don’t want to go through the hassles of opening the door. As for the toilet doors some of them where being eaten up by termites, while some started falling off its hinges.Having visitors around became so embarrassing.
    My husband noticed all this and decided to surprise me with a change.
    That change was an Emilinks door. Now I don’t have to be frightened to come home to cook for my Darling husband or at the thought of havibg visitors over. All this is possible because Emilinks doors are not just superior but also affordable. Thanks for making life so easy.

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