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Here’s where you get a ton of my free content to help keep you inspired as you build and grow your digital business. If you are looking for personal stories, a journey into self-development, some self-help content for storytelling, then you are welcome to my mind.

Live Abundantly: Write

Emeka Nobis is the only writer I have seen that bears his identity with all sincerity and does not camouflage while doing what he does best. He has this to say about one of the greatest problems theist writers encounter; COMPARTMENTS. Dear writer, avoid...

Does God Pick fights?

Does God Pick fights?

Just recently I wrote about having erections during Church service, some of the comments I got on the post and on Facebook have provoked even more pertinent questions about divinity and the supernatural parts of being human. I started wondering if God actually scrolls...

The “other Room” is Dead

The “other Room” is Dead

The "other Room" is Dead Asides from Reuben Abatti's insinuations that Aso rock kills something below the waist, I have many other reasons to believe that there is nothing remotely emotional or romantic going on within Aso rock. The other room may have existed in some...

A True Writer Fights

A True Writer Fights

Without conflict, there would be nothing to write. In fact, one of the first lessons fiction writers are taught is to introduce the conflict early enough

Mike: A country that Kills talent

Mike: A country that Kills talent

Mike was a student at the school where my Dad used to be a principal. In 2006, 16 year old Mike took the WAEC and JAMB examinations. He smashed 9 As in his WAEC examination, and scored a high score of 324 in JAMB. Mike selected University of Benin as first choice, and...

QUALITY EDUCATION: What is the way out?

QUALITY EDUCATION: What is the way out?

QUALITY EDUCATION: What is the way out? By Oluwatosin Philip Oguntunde Global Youth Ambassador, A World At School. The problem of education in Nigeria is huge. It's massive. Firstly, we must take matter into our own hands. Do not fool yourself into believing that...

Are Exams True Tests of Knowledge

Are Exams True Tests of Knowledge

By Charles Uzor Are exams true tests of knowledge? Well, I would not say they are. Back in the day, my younger brother was mercilessly criticised for not getting excellent grades in school. So one day I heard him saying he wasn't interested in grades. He insisted he...

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