NYMPHA

How it came to be that on the propitious day he was to come that her phone went berserk came as a shock to her, though it won’t be the first time her phone will be acting up, she was very uncomfortable with having to rely on her colleague and roommate to help pass calls […]

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JANUARY 15TH AND THE NIGERIAN

The fifteenth of January means to Nigerians different things. Officially, it is the Armed Forces Remembrance Day, commemorating that day in 1970 when the Nigeria/Biafra war ended with the surrender of the rebel Biafrans to the Nigerians with the declaration by the then Head Of State, General Yakubu Gowon that there were NO VICTOR, NO […]

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES (XIII): ENCORE HAULAGE BUSINESS

“Update the thread now! How much will the one in your post cost?” – Okereke Ukachi on Nairaland in response to ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES (XII): HAULAGE BUSINESS | madukovich’s cogitations https://madukovich.wordpress.com/2016/01/04/entrepreneurship-series-xii-haulage-business/ The “One in your post” he was referring to is the picture of the haulage van I put up in my earlier post on the […]

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BLOGGING FORWARD

For a while before my last post (which was actually time dependent and I had no choice but to publish), I decided to give blogging some space, not because the hunger isn’t there, or I have run out of subjects to blog about. I couldn’t also say that my muse abandoned me (evidenced by my […]

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ENTREPRENEURSHIP SERIES (XII): HAULAGE BUSINESS

I saw a DANGOTE (Nigerian conglomerate owned by Africa’s richest man, Alhaji Aliko Dangote) advert recently, and it occurred to me that all his business interests focus mainly on the basic things every household needs. Indeed, there are many things we tend to need and want in life, some tangible others not necessarily tangible, but […]

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