ZODML logo

ZACCHEUS ONUMBA DIBIAEZUE MEMORIAL LIBRARIES IS 20 YEARS OLD!

Category > From Our Writers

From Our Writers

Search results

  1. Educaton In Nigeria: A view from another angle

    Emmanuel Egobiambu's blog   Education, according to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary, is the action or process of teaching someone, especially in a school, college or university. It further defines education as the knowledge, skill or understanding you ...

    Emmanuel Egobiambu - 2016-02-17 10:25

  2. My first teaching experience by Regina Alabere

    Regina Alabere's blog As I looked through the announcement board, checking the nysc list to find where I was posted to, my heart was beating frantically. Prior to that time, I heard funny stories of how people got posted to unknown places in Nigeria ...

    Regina Alabere - 2016-03-16 11:18

  3. Eating Healthy

    Regina Alabere's blog    The benefits of eating healthy are so numerous that it cannot be over-emphasized. Many companies market their products as being healthy, whereas they are filled with chemicals  that are toxic to our health and well being. Som ...

    Regina Alabere - 2016-04-20 13:48

  4. A Poem: I Still Hope,I hope

    Regina Alabere's blog I was born in 1990 A time where our parents instructed us to never give money to beggars We would turn into yams or goats if we collect things from strangers I had to look at my mother’s face, seeking approval before I could col ...

    Regina Alabere - 2016-06-06 13:59

  5. Lekan's Babe

    Regina Alabere's blog This week, we are pleased to repost a hilarious story by Adesuwa Uwanikhehi. Do you write? Send your short fiction, poetry, opinion pieces and book reviews to  [email protected]  for a chance to be featured on our blog.     I ...

    Regina Alabere - 2016-07-22 14:34

  6. The Valley Of The Shadow Of Death

    Abraham Atawodi's blog Enjoy!Do you write? Send your fiction, non-fiction, poetry, and book review to  [email protected] Everyone has a poop story! Abraham Atawodi shares a his in this interessing writeup below. Enjoy! Jide felt like he had swallo ...

    Abraham Atawodi - 2017-08-08 16:34

  7. Writing Tips: 12 Ways to translate emotions to body language

    Nkem Egenuka's blog Body Language is the gesture, posture, and facial expression by which a person manifests various physical, mental, or emotional state. Body language is important because a large percentage of human communication is non-verbal. Tra ...

    Nkem Egenuka - 2017-09-08 16:44

  8. Love and Biology- A Short Story

    Onome Akrah's blog   “Nkem, what are you looking at?” Gloria’s voice brought me back, as I was very lost in my thoughts. I had been sitting at the balcony of our apartment all morning staring into space, wondering why it was so hard to just get what ...

    Onome Akrah - 2017-11-03 13:56

  9. The Tale of a 'Kopa': It’s Not So Bad After All- by Morayo Oshodi

    ZODML's blog Teaching??? No way! Why have I been posted to a school for God’s sake?  I mean, I should have been posted to a radio or television station where I could be relevant. What will a Mass Communications graduate like me do in a school? These ...

    ZODML - 2018-04-24 12:36

  10. A Peculiar Case of True Love-1

    Nnamdi Ehirim's blog The church bell rang as all church bells so often do: an initial clanging followed by a loud and long, discontinuous echo quite similar to the discontinuous recollection, which almost always accompanies the sound of the bell, of ...

    Nnamdi Ehirim - 2018-11-06 20:37

Pages