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Experts In Their Fields Today on #Fortunecity4 These three people made me know that you don’t need to shout in training. In their small corner, these guys are making waves and I met them at NYSC orientation camp. They are Emmanuel Ujiadughele, Ajayi Olayinka, Abiodun Olubunmi. Of the three, I think I was closer to ..

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Today on my #Fortunecity4, I will talk on people that I got connected to because of our love for Books. #Fortunecity4 is a story inspired by my story (A Dread in The Spine #ADITS). Who are your Fortunecity4? I might not have much to say because we really began to break the ice between us ..

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For The Love of the Children Today on Fortunecity4, I’ll be talking about three other people that made friendship a good memory in my Place of Primary Assignment (P.P.A) even while we’re serving at Osun state. They are Benjamin Victoria(itunes), Victoria (Veeka), Oluwatoni (Proof… Famzing a big rapper). By the way, have you gotten the ..

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#LiterallyWhatsHot: When Prostitutes See Heaven, Death follows – A Review of Akintayo Akinjide’s “Dread in the Spine” – OkadaBooks — The story is set in Fortunecity, a fictional private island in Nigeria that seems far more developed and more organized than what we have in our current Nigerian setting. The Private Island is divided into ..

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#LiterallyWhatsHot: When Prostitutes See Heaven, Death follows – A Review of Akintayo Akinjide’s “Dread in the Spine” – OkadaBooks — The story is set in Fortunecity, a fictional private island in Nigeria that seems far more developed and more organized than what we have in our current Nigerian setting. The Private Island is divided into ..

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The First Greenland of Fortunecity had begun to see the deaths and kidnappings of some of its occupants. The whole ordeal started with a simple, sorrowful, but simple news of a Christian being killed. Everyone assumed it was one of those religious bigotries that followed the northern Nigerians into the Island. However, when the death ..

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​Where is The Third Answer?- A Review of Juliana Olayode’ Rebirth by Akintayo Akinjide Stores:  Okadabooks, Amazon, Kindle, Paperback In Nigeria Price: N5,000 In the movie, Scandals (created by Shonda Rhimes), Olivia Pope (Kerry Washington) told Mellie Grant (Bellamy Young) that the only thing people want to read in her book is why she stayed ..

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Searching For Hope By:  Akíntayo Akínjídé  Cast your vote here: http://imbube.org/contestants/searching-for-hope/ Grace Ademola was searching for hope and the only place she was sure she could find it was in death. One problem with her was that she wasn’t one that conformed with the ways of others. So, she couldn’t die the same ways others ..

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We stared at the torrents of rain as we waited in the uncompleted building. I held my elder sister’s(Jade’s) hand. She in turn touched Olawale’s, Our elder brother’s, hand, but he drew it away. At that moment, my concern was how our mother would tear them to pieces for taking me, a five-year old, on ..

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Continued from Last week, with @woliagba_ayoajewole for more. ‘ Anything… You don’t know what you’re saying’, Woli Agba shouted at Dele. ‘ I said Psalm 119 is the longest chapter in the bible’. He flipped through the bible vigorously, ‘ See…See’. Infuriated by Woli Agba’s opposition, Dele cried, ‘ Daddy, I know what I’m saying ..

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Woli Agba Chronicles No Dull Service..(2) If you missed part 1, visit @woliagba_ayoajewole. After what seemed like a dull service in episode 1. The episode began with Woli Agba and Dele trying to ease themselves of the tiredness that had enveloped the church. They engaged themselves in exercises that would aid that. Afterwards, Woli Agba ..

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