Home For Christmas By Ada Ibe (2)

If you missed out on the first post in this series Home For Christmas, read up here Esther nodded to

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Diary Of Lagos Job Seekers: The Interview

  If you missed out on the last diary of Lagos Job Seekers post, read up here   So I

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Home For Christmas By Ada Ibe

  Sarah Some would say that the air in Calabar changed at Christmas, becoming fresher, smoother, and happy. You could

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Frenemies: Relationships You Should Do Without

Who Are They? Why keep them around when they can’t make you abound? Friends who are neither here nor there;

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Dressing: Dress Your Age Or Dress The Trend

What Society Says In this part of the world where I live, dressing is an aspect of life that is

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Plight of a Job Seeker: Diary of Lagos Job Seekers

False Job Alert   Lagos state is full of hustlers, they will do just anything to make money including inviting

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Ghosts of Childhood

I went to get my father’s favorite brand of alcohol ‘Chelsea’ just a few miles away from my street. I

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What Keeps You Going?

The Dilemma Isn’t it ironical that the same dreams and aspirations that keeps us moving towards accomplishment at times can

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ABIKU

Translation Abiku ( still born) So ku aboye? ( is she dead or alive?) Oye (she’s alive) Thank God she

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Diary of Lagos Job Seekers

So I finished my service year with a whole lot of expectations. I still remember vividly the common advice from

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