Category: TW Staff Blog

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What Would You Do If This Happened To You? (Jennifer’s Story)

By Dara Rhodes Yesterday, I attended second mass and as I stepped out of the church hall, the heat slapped me hard across my face! There and then, I closed my eyes and wished I had a car instead of the Keke Napep I was about to enter. As I opened my eyes, a suave...

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10 things I Wish I Had Known When I Turned 21

By Dara Rhodes I remember “singing 21 and invincible” at 12 am on the morning of my 21st birthday and meaning every single word I sang. That year was amazing and if there was anything I wish I had known and could tell any current 21 year old, here there are: 1) Don’t take yourself...

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5 Important Reasons Why Every 18 Year Old Should Vote This Year

written by Dara Rhodes, Young people all over the world occupy the most prominent position in the society. Young people in Nigeria? Well, you occupy more than the most prominent position in society, you have to re-build our country. It is more than your responsibility, it’s your mandate. Politicians may have the fiscal power but...

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Nigeria Is Ebola Free, And So?

I recently came down with something. It started off as extreme fatigue, then a constant headache. By Day Two the feverishness, nausea and body aches had kicked in. And all these symptoms worsened throughout the night until I eventually decided to take myself to the hospital on Day Three. I presented myself to a lovely...

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My Trip To Gambia By Ifeyinwa Ojekwe

Hi Guys Ifeyinwa here, If you follow me on Instagram you’ll know I just got back from The Gambia. I’d planned so many trips there over the years but somehow the plans always fell through, so when I was sent there on a tw Magazine work assignment I was beyond excited. I was sent there...

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Review Of “God Has A Sense Of Humour” By Ifeyinwa Ojekwe

Hello Guys, God Has A Sense of Humour is written by Nigerian author Ebi Akpeti and is a compilation of short stories. It’s a short book with only 113 pages and 8 stories and I literally finished it in 2 days. Each story explores different aspects of relationships, marriage, heartbreak all told from the perspectives...

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Love & Leadership by Peace Ezenwanfor

If we were to take a poll on how many people have complained about their leaders in any given sphere of life, we would not be surprised to record that everyone has done this at one time or the other. Now the question is have we taken out time to look at the essential ingredient...

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Companies & Cultures.

            My husband worked in the banking industry for many years. Yet, his employer didn’t really respect his home life and family – just like thousands of bank employees in Nigeria. While the salary was good, the stress wasn’t funny! Truth be told, a person can only be productive for a...

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Good Grammar & Credibilit​y.

Anyone close to me knows that I have a zero tolerance approach to grammar mistakes that make people look stupid. If it makes you feel any better, I’ve also made mistakes in the past. The same can even be said for the best authors in history. However, there are mistakes and then MISTAKES. If you...

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