Category Archives: Personal Experience

Here are a few tips to help you sacrifice and prioritize your activities and here’s also one of the best advises I’ve ever received from a friend.

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Nigerian student and BlankPaperz Editor, Mirabelle Morah gives us her take on her experience at The University of Gloucestershire while being sponsored by the British Council Nigeria as well as the University of Gloucestershire to study Media and Journalism.

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Never envy me because I simply don’t look like anything I have been through or my struggles. Oh did you know I sat next to a corpse (young boy) in a Kia to be buried? (story for another day).

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Where do I begin from? Maybe I should begin from the part where Feyi Adanlawo told me “Mirabelle when you’re at Ashoka, live in the present.” Sometimes l live in my future but this time…

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I have desired so much in life, to be great, an actress, a broadcaster, a model, a lawyer, a humanitarian and I have been all in writing.

I still communicate with my hero every now and then. He has most of my beautiful written works.

Works written on the Sands of time. 

Ngunan Ioron Aloho
Social Activist | Educator | Entrepreneur | Writer

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There are many things that are learned in life. Sharing is what I like doing. These happen to be a few lessons I’ve learned in my life. 19 lessons in 19 years. My family is…

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So by the time I am 30: I will become a renowned author with a best selling book, become a personal trainer, become a doctor, marry the man of my dreams by 26, build an…

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Volunteerism, strength, smiles and God Fearing are the first set of things that comes to my mind if I hear Mirabelle Morah. This lady volunteers her time and put others ahead of her, yet she…

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“More rooms are getting empty. The family dynamics I used to know has been disturbed. I’ve buried my elder brother and I’ve buried my father. The house doesn’t feel like home anymore.”

Have you ever lost someone? A friend, Sayyid is sharing this really personal and true life experience of how he lost his Dad & brother with you.

Losing one is never easy.

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Josephine Monger – passionate about primary education.

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​You see, I think I have a weakness in my life. This weakness weakens me a lot. It’s not sex and it isn’t food. It’s not even parties (oh c’mon! Having one day of peaceful…

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Eiimie Samuel, a budding OAP in Calabar wants us to go back to the olden days of writing love letters. So enjoy this funny personal piece and tell us about your own experiences or what…

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“SOME PLACES ARE NOT MEANT FOR US” In life, some persons are not supposed to be where they are, because such a place is not meant for them. But they just find themselves there. And…

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Deh, Julius Prince 2016 was indeed an eventful year for me. Maybe it was because that was the year I fully settled down as a student in the university, strange right? For those people who…

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I had already decided that I wasn’t going to write this. Because really, what lessons did I learn in 2016? But right now, as I write this, I’m thinking really hard. What did I learn…

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2016 was a challenging year for all of us, the emergence of the recession in the country’s economy amplified the anger, tension, confusion and pessimism in us. But despite the transient setback, 2016 taught me…

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