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Our 20s are an incredibly important time in our lives. It’s the time we decide the person we are going to be for just about the rest of our lives.Your 20s are when you are supposed to get your life on track and begin to build a life for yourself you can be proud of. Unfortunately, you managed to make it all the way to the end of your 20s and still can’t manage to get your sh*t together.It’s a unique experience, to say the least. Maybe you can relate:1. You’re already working two jobs… but trying to figure out how you could squeeze in two more.Money seems to always be an issue — you never imagined life could be so damn expensive. You’re working in two different restaurants as it is, looking to pick up a couple extra shifts here and there, and still find it difficult to pay for rent and utilities. It’s as if you have a hole in your pocket and money is just falling out left and right.2. You have a diet that consists of coke and Noodles and 60 naira bread.Sometimes you manage to sneak in …


Throughout our lives, events will happen that we could have never planned, nor dreamt of happening. These are events that we learn are beyond our control and they are the ones that change us forever.After my 21st birthday, my mother passed away to an illness I couldn’t control or save her from. Her death shook me to the core.When someone you love passes away, you not only grieve because he or she is no longer physically present in your life, but you also grieve for all the moments you thought he or she would be there to share with you.Before my mother’s death, I grieved for the loss of her future and the relationship we would have had. After her death, I grieved for the fact that I may not remember her voice one day.I grieved that I was would have to move on and try to live a life without her. I grieved because despite all my efforts, I had to accept that she was really gone.There are times after the death of someone you love when suddenly, the realization that she’s gone takes all th…


Wow so yesterday i attended a play at the grand transcorp in calabar,directed By the famous el osas and produced by tholake productions it was amazing,thought it would be boring but wow the blew my mind and it was here live in calabar,check out the pics:Cudos to the cast and crew.Magnifico


Tholake productions is an artistic enterprise solely dedicated to entertainment entrepreneurship; their core interest  is creating and developing contents with local access for global media, while satisfying the need to give a new voice to Nigerians and African realities. Prominent among the features that define our creative interest, is the designing and execution of theatrical  performances, event making and management, and event marketing.The premier of the play wedlock is not for the gods is going to be on the 21 of march 2015 
@ the transcorp hotel calabar.

ABOUT THE AUTHER                                                                      El Osas Iyalekhue is a creative and interpretive artist who wites and directs for stage and screen He is also an event designer and manager,who uses event to market products,bringing service providers closer to their audience. While working at tholake productions,a young organization whose preoccupation is in the making of socio-economic arts,El…

Kate Middleton's ex Nigerian police guard reinstated after wrongful dismissal

Ricky Haruna, 39, a Met police officer who guarded Kate Middleton when she was still dating Prince William has been reinstated after she was wrongly fired after a superior allegedly enlisted the help of a dementia patient to frame her for fraud. She is now suing the Metropolitan police for race discrimination and wrongful dismissal. Continue to read the full story..

From UK Mirrror

What is wrong with this photo?

APC members pictured as the National Anthem was being played at its campaign rally in Kaduna yesterday. Do you guys see anything wrong with the photo? Lol.

Photos: Goat gives birth to two-headed kid in Kenya

A goat gave birth to a two-headed kid in Kilifi in Kenya recently. The owner said he believes the goat is a gift from God and is now treating it with care. See more photos and video after the cut......



Chris Brown is the proud father of a 9-month-old baby girl ... TMZ has learned. The baby's mother is a 31-year-old former model named Nia--who we're told has known Chris for several years.  Sources connected to both Nia and Chris tell us they are on very good terms -- however they're not together romantically. We're told 25-year-old Chris is happy about being a father. It does not appear there is a formal child support order in place -- and we do not know the nature of any informal terms of support. One thing's for sure ... baby girl looks a lot like daddy.

from tmz