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Women and their vehicles

Owning a car in Nigeria is a necessity, as it is the most reliable form of transportation. It is not about how many one has in his or her garage (that is if you have a garage), but how useful they are. Should you decide to own more than one car, it is your prerogative and obviously the reasons will vary from household to household, and also from business to business.

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Years of procrastination

I get it that there are major renovations going on at a few major airports across the country. I totally understand it and believe me when I say they are long and truly well overdue. How do we claim to have an international airport that looks like a cargo hall?

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No rest for the living

Sometimes you have one of those days when things get on top of you and you are at a loss what to do. You want to stop and say, am getting too old for this, but you know that as long as you are alive, you must work, get the dough, get going and make things work for you.

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Faith without works is dead

Again, while travelling to another destination within Nigeria, a conversation with a fine gentleman sitted next to me started after we were given a copy of a daily to peruse for the duration of the flight. The headline that caught our attention on the front page of the newspaper went thus: “67 million youths unemployed— Minister”.

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Prevention is better than cure

The heading is one of the popular sayings that have been proven to be true, also: a stitch in time saves nine. It is by far easier and cheaper in the long run to be proactive and prevent certain events from happening in our personal lives than trying to find a solution when the worst has occurred.

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Journey to location

I received a call that I was going to be on a movie set. I had not shot a film in the past one year . My script was emailed to me, I read it, studied my character, outlined my scenes and got ready to leave on March 20,2012, for my location which was in Enugu.

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A boarder’s life 2

A typical Monday would begin with a morning bell at 5am for the first one and a second time at 5:30am. The jostle for the bathroom would begin. You would even keep a space on the queue so you could take your turn once the person before you had finished having her shower.

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A boarder’s life

“F rom North, South, East and West we come to FGGC Calabar. With honour and loyalty yield ourselves to thee, to mould and groom. Rolling land of pleasant memories, nursery ground of feminine graces; we adore and make the promise to shine for thee, FGGC”. That was our anthem in school, Federal Government Girls College, Calabar.

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Rolling back the years

Getting ready to board my flight to the United Kingdom last week, I struck up a conversation with a comedian friend about the times when we were a lot younger, and some of the things I recalled prompted him to ask for my age which I told him. He did not believe me, but the names of things I mentioned and recalled proved that indeed, they were before his time.

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That’s the way love goes…

L is for the way you look at me, O is for the only one I see, V is very, very extraordinary, E is even more than anyone that I adore and Love is all that I can give to you, Love is just for me and you, two in love can make it, take my heart but please don’t break it, Love was made for me and you. A song that I love goes that way and captures what true love is meant to exhibit.

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