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Eighty-six new cases of #COVID19 reportes in Nigeria

Eighty-six new cases of #COVID19 have been reported; 70 in Lagos 7 in FCT 3 in Katsina 3 in Akwa Ibom 1 in Jigawa 1 in Bauchi 1 in Borno As at 11:50 pm 19th April there are 627 confirmed cases of #COVID19 reported in Nigeria. Discharged: 170 Deaths: 21

Article:What Type Of Person Are You? By Stella Damasus

   Sometimes I sit down and try to take stock of my life and its numerous stages. It amazes me to see how far I have come, even in the midst of the storm. God is indeed faithful to those who love and serve him.   Growing up was a bit funny for me outside the walls of my home. I grew up in a wonderfully balanced family with a lot of love and care from both my parents, who were bankers, my older sisters who taught me so much, and my late kid brother even though his time was short. For some reasons, I thought there was something wrong with me and I will tell you why. I realised that in school my name always came up whether or not I was a part of the issue. People just loved to talk about me; most of the time it was more negative than positive. Even if I was guilty of whatever they accused me of or not, they would still go on and on. This was such a huge problem for me as a young girl, to the point that I was not able to enjoy boarding school. I thought the world hated me and I did not f

Indecent Dressing By Stella Damasus

     I was at a popular shopping mall with my kids a while ago buying pizza. My children decided to go into the department store so they could see the latest “wii” game if any.  As I was about to join them, someone tapped my shoulder and said please Madam Stella, forgive me for being so rude I would like to talk to you and it’s urgent. I said okay, “no problem, what can I do for you?”  She asked if we could go to a quiet corner so we could talk better? I said “okay, as long as it’s not far from where I could keep an eye on my kids.” So we walked in and she brought out a magazine, flipped through and pointed at a lady that was almost nude, all in the name of fashion. She said she wanted to talk to me because she knew that I was familiar with the person in the magazine. I already knew where she was going and started laughing. She got offended and wondered why I found it funny. She then started to raise her voice, saying that those of us who are role models are supposed to be setting g

Orphanage Business By Stella Damsasus

   Forgive me if this article offends or affects you, I am just speaking from the heart, thoughts, experience and research.    Phew! Since that is settled, let me proceed into this world of business which has become very lucrative, though this side of it is being swept under the carpet.    I remember vividly a few years ago during Christmas, my kids and I were at home. Later that day, my  first daughter walked up to me and asked why we were home just eating, watching movies, praying and playing dress up as usual. I told her that we had fun the previous day and the day before that, so I wondered what she wanted. She stylishly reminded me that most of her cousins had travelled, others were at a resort, some friends were at the park, some have gone swimming and the list was long. I turned and told her that she should be grateful that she has a roof over her head, she has more than enough to eat and drink, she had family and a parent who loves her to bits. I saw the look on her face and