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The lack of proper door security is causing many Nigerians to become victims of armed robbery attacks, terrorist attacks, domestic violence, kidnapping, rape and the loss of lives and properties. This was revealed in the ongoing creative writing competition pioneered by Emilinks Limited – a global manufacturer of world-class doors for both commercial and residential use.

The competition tagged

In Nigeria of today, people no longer build homes that last as we used to know. Nowadays we build workshops instead and we now turn ourselves into apprentices, learning how to repair one item in the house or another.

Today, we find ourselves repairing doors, plumbing items, electrical appliances, bed, chairs, generator set, and so on. Why? Because we’ve opened up our country to inferior products

Amidst the harsh economic realities presently being experienced in the country, over 1000 Nigerian youths in the last 7 days have taken to creative writing to empower themselves intellectually and financially.

Emilinks #MyDoorStory competition launched on Monday 8th of August 2016 to engage Nigerian youths intellectually in an online competition that involves writing a short story about doors.


We are a global manufacturer of world class finishing and furnishing products such as; doors, beds, kitchens, dining sets, wardrobes and shelves for homes, offices, hotels, royal palaces, presidential lodge, honeymoon suites and luxury villas.

Emilinks uses a variety of innovative techniques blended with exclusive designs to build premium quality products. In Nigeria, our mission is to eliminate

One thing that is greatly affecting the Nigerian economy is the influx of substandard products into the market. The Standard Organization of Nigeria observed that over 85 percent of products in Nigeria are substandard. It means that the probability of buying an original and durable product from the market is 2/10.

Two main reasons why Nigerians patronize fake and substandard products are;

  • Products are relatively cheap
  • Buyers not being knowledgeable of the difference between the original and substandard products

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