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“Echoes of Agony: A Tale of Pain“

“Echoes of Agony: A Tale of Pain“
In the heart of a bustling city, amidst the chaos of daily life, there existed a woman named Evelyn. Her life was a tapestry woven with threads of pain, each strand contributing to the intricate pattern of her existence. From the tender age of seven, Evelyn bore witness to the bitter sting of abandonment when her parents walked out of her life, leaving behind scars that refused to heal. With each passing year, the weight of loneliness grew heavier, burdening her soul with an unbearable ache.

Yet, Evelyn found solace in her art, channeling her anguish into strokes of vibrant colors on canvas. Painting became her refuge, a sanctuary where she could pour her heart out without fear of judgment. But even amidst the strokes of her brush, the specter of pain loomed large, a constant companion whispering tales of sorrow and loss.

As time marched on, Evelyn found herself ensnared in the throes of unrequited love. She gave her heart freely to a man who could never reciprocate her affections, and in return, he offered her naught but indifference. The agony of rejection gnawed at her spirit, leaving behind a trail of shattered dreams and shattered illusions.

Through the haze of tears and the echoes of heartache, Evelyn emerged stronger, her resilience forged in the crucible of suffering. With each trial she faced, she discovered new depths of her own inner strength, a flame that refused to be extinguished by the winds of adversity.

Yet, just when she thought she had weathered the worst of life's storms, fate dealt her the cruelest blow of all. A diagnosis delivered in hushed tones shattered the fragile semblance of normalcy she had fought so hard to maintain. Cancer, the word hung heavy in the air, a sentence of impending doom pronounced upon her fragile existence.

But even in the face of her own mortality, Evelyn refused to surrender to despair. Armed with courage born of desperation, she waged a valiant battle against the ravages of disease, clinging to hope like a lifeline in the tumultuous sea of uncertainty.

In the quiet moments between treatments, Evelyn reflected on the nature of pain. It was not merely an affliction to be endured but a crucible through which the human spirit was refined. Each trial, each tribulation, served to sculpt her into the person she was meant to become – a warrior forged in the fires of suffering, unbroken and undefeated.

And so, as the sun set on another day, Evelyn faced the darkness with unwavering resolve, knowing that no matter what trials lay ahead, she would emerge stronger, braver, and more resilient than ever before. For in the crucible of pain, she had discovered the true essence of her own indomitable spirit.

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The Day I will never forget

The Day I will never forget
I woke up this morning to my mum crying.
I could hear her sobs from our room.

I pressed my phone's power button and there it was. The reason for the sobs.

I guess the pain never really goes away. Maybe we just learn to live with it and get used to it, but it never really goes away.

For my family, every 14th November has been a very sad one for us since the last three years.
The day holds and brings nothing but bad memories for and to us.

I have come to accept all that has happened, or so I think, and I hope that the rest of my family, mum especially does same too. Even though it is a bitter pill to swallow.

Two weeks to 14th November three years ago, my big sister had returned from school and had shown us all the engagement ring on her finger.

Apparently, her boyfriend of three years popped the big question, and she said yes.

It was a happy moment for all of us.

My big sister said they'd be coming for introduction in two weeks time, so our parents swung into action making necessary preparations.

The introduction was scheduled for the 17thbof November which happened to be a Saturday. On the 14th, my sister asked me to accompany her to the city market to buy her dress for the introduction, and also to pick a few things for myself too as the bride's only sister.

We set out early in order to return he before the scorching sun would start unleashing its rage and venom on the inhabitants of the earth.

We combed the market going from a stall to another seeking for the things we needed.

Some stalls, we bought from after a little back and forth in bargaining, others we left without buying because the price didn't align, while others had us going and returning when we got worse prices elsewhere. Usual shopping behavior.

We were already leaving the market to the park when we realized we didn't buy body sprays and perfume.

My big sister told me to wait for her while she quickly rushed to get our usuals at the nearest stall.
No sooner had she left than I heard shouts of "ole! ole!! ole!!!".

I turned to see what happened, and there was my sister being dragged by a mob.

I was confused. I ran to where they were, but wasn't allowed access to her.

I cried, pleaded and wailed "my sister is not a thief, we came to the market to buy things". I was saying in a loud voice, but the angry mob looked like they'd kill me if I said anything else.

In tears, I quickly put a call to my dad who was home at the moment. Being that we lived not to far from the market, he arrived the scene in no time.

"This girl na tiff"
"fine girl like this dey tiff"
"make una burn am, so other people like her go learn".
"Chai, this fine girl".
"so na tiff you dey come this market dey tiff".
"make una bring tyre and fuel".
I heard several voices in the mob say.

My sister cried and begged to be spared.

It all just didn't make sense. Nobody was saying what happened, but they were all calling her a thief and suggesting that they lynch her.

By the time my dad arrived the scene, my sister was already up in blazes. She screamed loudly as the fire burnt her.

The smell of a burning human filled the air.

My dad stood transfixed to the spot he stood. My tears couldn't be controlled.

Our world came crumbling in milliseconds.

By the time we got home, the news had already reached him as people gathered in our house to sympathize with us.
My big sister was the calmest in our house. She never talked much she was very homely and accommodating, smiling was the only thing she did most times.

People on our street called her Adamma. She was so beautiful and down to earth. Her voice was angelic and soothing.

She didn't deserve to die that way, and no, she isn't a thief.

We still don't know what exactly happened and what went missing, and why my sister was nailed to the crime.

It's been three long years without her in this house, and her aura and presence is still felt around the house.
Some people say it's village people, others say it's just bad fate. My family counts it as a terrible tragedy.

Three years today, and it hurts just as much as it hurts on that eventful day.

The pain really never goes away.

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MARA

The story revolves around a young woman named Maya, who grew up in a small village.
Maya was a talented artist, but due to her lower social status, she faced discrimination and limited opportunities.
Maya's struggles were deeply rooted in the systemic injustice and discrimination that existed in her village. Despite her talent and passion for art, Maya faced constant barriers and prejudice. She was denied access to art education and opportunities that were readily available to others in her community. Maya's artwork was often dismissed or overlooked because of her social status, leading to a lack of recognition and support for her talent. This constant marginalization took a toll on Maya's self-esteem and made her question her worth as an artist. However, Maya's resilience and determination pushed her to continue creating art, even in the face of adversity. She used her creativity as a means of self-expression and as a way to shed light on the injustices she and others like her experienced. Maya's story serves as a reminder of the strength and resilience that can be found in the face of injustice. Despite facing numerous obstacles, Maya never gave up on her dreams. She fought against the injustice she experienced and used her art as a medium to raise awareness about the struggles of marginalized communities. Through her determination and courage, Maya became a symbol of hope and inspiration for others who faced similar injustices. .
This story highlights the importance of standing up against injustice and using one's voice to create positive change


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But Owl 🦉 Is A Beautiful Bird

But Owl 🦉 Is A Beautiful Bird
In the heart of the African night, where shadows dance and moonlight weaves its silver threads, there lies a creature of grace and wonder—the owl. Yet, in the tapestry of tales spun through time, the owl has often been cast as an omen of darkness, a symbol of witchcraft and malevolence in the minds of many Nigerians. Let us unravel this cloak of misconception and unveil the true essence of these enchanting birds.

Beneath the cloak of the night, owls emerge as guardians of the dark, their wings whispering secrets through the inky sky. They are the sentinels of the nocturnal realm, where mysteries abound, ensuring the balance of nature's delicate dance. Their hoots, once feared, are but songs of wisdom carried on the night's gentle breeze.

In the ancient world, the owl was revered as a symbol of Athena, the goddess of wisdom. They are not harbingers of doom but messengers of insight, whispering sagacious secrets to those who dare to listen. Wisdom, like an owl, is a beacon in the night, illuminating the path of knowledge.

Owls, with their striking plumage and haunting cries, are nature's enigma, captivating the human soul. Their silent flight, a marvel of evolution, carries a lesson of grace and precision. They are warriors of the twilight, hunting in silence to maintain the delicate equilibrium of our ecosystems.

These creatures are the protectors of the fields, the stewards of the earth's bounty. They keep watch over crops, ensuring the balance of nature's bounty by controlling the populations of rodents and insects. Farmers are their allies, not adversaries, in the realm of agriculture.

Marvel at their adaptations, the enigmatic eyes that pierce the darkness, the ability to rotate their heads, and the art of regurgitating pellets that unveil the story of their meals. These are not the tools of witches but the mechanisms of survival in a world of twilight.

In the mosaic of nature, owls are not omens of evil but rather canaries in the coal mine of ecosystems. Their presence or absence speaks volumes about the health of our environment, a vital thread in the web of life.

Let us cast away the shadows of ignorance, embracing these enigmatic birds as they truly are—mysterious, wondrous, and wise. Let us celebrate the ancient stories of wisdom and beauty that owls have graced us with throughout history. For in understanding, we can unveil the truth of these nocturnal guardians, the owls of Nigeria, and cherish their role in the ever-unfolding story of our world.

📸 Nigerian man catches an owl, burns it because he thought it was “witch” 😢😭

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When the reverse happens

He was a diligent employee at a local software company, where he had worked for many years. John loved his job, and he had always believed that it was the cornerstone of his stable and content life.

One fateful day, the company's management announced that they were downsizing, and John was among the unfortunate ones chosen to be let go. He was devastated. Losing his job, he thought, meant losing everything he had worked so hard for. He worried about his mortgage, his bills, and his family's well-being. What was once a source of fulfillment had turned into a crushing disappointment.

Weeks turned into months, and John struggled to find a new job. It seemed like every door he knocked on remained firmly shut. As his savings dwindled, he felt a growing sense of despair. But little did he know that the storm he was weathering would eventually lead him to a new and unexpected blessing.

One day, while attending a local networking event, John struck up a conversation with a stranger named Emily. She had overheard him talking about his background in software development. Emily, as it turned out, was an entrepreneur working on a groundbreaking project. She needed someone with precisely John's skills to help bring her vision to life.

John's disappointment had made him more open to new possibilities, and he decided to join Emily's startup. As they worked tirelessly together, they not only built an innovative product but also a deep friendship. John realized that he had discovered a passion for entrepreneurship that he had never known existed.

Years passed, and the startup thrived. John and Emily's creation became a household name, and they became industry leaders. John had not only found a new career path but also a newfound sense of purpose and fulfillment. His initial disappointment of losing his job had transformed into a blessing that had reshaped his life in the most unexpected and wonderful ways.

Looking back, John often marveled at the twists of fate that had brought him to where he was. He had learned that sometimes, the disappointments that hit the hardest could lead to the most incredible blessings when we are open to new opportunities and willing to embrace change.

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Unfair

Samuel was undoubtedly slow in class and can be called a dullard but he was always a conscious child.
Growing up, he had received strokes either for being a slow right, having rough handwriting, or not being able to read.

Despite the flaws, Samuel had charming looks, a white set of teeth, and captivating eye balls. He dreaded canes and anytime he came to school, his heart throbbed hardly at his chest till it was dismissal.

Samuel experienced a hard life, basically in school. Always bullied, bellitled and when he should seek safety from his teacher, she ends up stroking him.
No one knew or understood why Samuel hated going to school because he wasn't much of a talker and so his life continued.

Break time was the only opportunity that placed Samuel in an important position. Due to the fact that it was Third term and the school regularly hosted a graduation ceremony where they display many colourful exhibition in honour of the graduants and all moving on to a higher class.

During breaktime, they practiced marching walks and Samuel was always put at the front as a result of how stylishly, he moves his hands and legs and how he tilted his head and shoulders.

It was the day of the graduation and the students were already lining up. Samuel was waiting to join the queue when his brother Mark caught his hand and begged that he borrowed him his shorts.
Mark was graduating that year and was given many roles to perform. Considering this, Samuel agreed to exchange after gaping at the ink stain that painted the shorts which would have spoilt his brother's image.

After they exchanged, Samuel ran to retain his front position but when the coordinator sighted his shorts. She asked him out...

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LOCKED IN FEAR

At Radiant Secondary School, Dominion was a constant target for bullies who took pleasure in tormenting him daily. Their relentless teasing and mocking shattered his self-confidence, leaving him feeling defenseless and isolated.

Every day, Dominion wished he could muster the courage to stand up to the bullies and put an end to their tyranny. Yet, fear gripped his heart, preventing him from taking a stand. He longed for someone to protect him, to show him that he was not alone in his struggles.

Everything changed when Dominion's little brother, Ben, joined the same school. Ben was a bright-eyed and fearless boy, completely different from his older brother. When Dominion saw the innocent smile on Ben's face, he knew he had to protect him from experiencing the same torment he endured.

Determined to shield Ben from the bullies, Dominion decided that it was time to conquer his fears. He made a life-changing resolution to transform himself both physically and mentally. The very next day, he marched into the school gymnasium and began his journey towards becoming stronger.

With each passing day, Dominion dedicated himself to rigorous workouts and martial arts training. The once timid boy transformed into a determined young man, driven by the desire to protect his little brother and regain his own self-respect.

As his muscles grew, so did his inner strength. Dominion's newfound confidence began to shine through in his interactions with others. He was no longer the boy who slunk away from bullies; instead, he stood tall with a newfound courage, refusing to be a victim any longer.


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My hubby took my business

So my hubby opened a boutique for me when we got married, after work he comes there and stays with me , I later taightt him the business and told him to add male wears for me and he did , he invested 100percent in the business, I didn't bring any money. But he said he was opening it for me as a family business
In the long run when he saw how I have built customer base and the money I was making, he started investing more in the business, expanded the business and somehow started giving me ownership attitude and started acting like I was competing with him to be the boss in the business.

Long story short , he even stopped me from taking a dime, even if it's to buy a bag of water, I must tell his sales girls to record, any time I ask for money, he will say I want to run him down financially, So I decided to look for a job

I got a job that pays 150k but I miss my business so bad, he has now cut me off the business completely, he has girls that do everything, from the WhatsApp marketing I do , to the stock taking, to accounting, he has put structures in place , now I feel like a stranger when I come to pick the kids from the shop(school bus drops them off at the shop)

Now he just travelled and I just got to the shop , expecting as usual to be the one to do accounting in his place while I instruct the girls but he just called me that he told the girls to tie all the daily money and keep somewhere, when he's back after 3 weeks , he will do accounting

Am in tears now , because what in the name of trust issues is this , this has never happened, I always do accounting when he travels and tells him when the girls didn't account for some money. Now I feel like he just called me a criminal in front of the girls

And he expect me to just sit down and be looking at them work and close the shop with them at night

Am really hurt, should I stop going to the shop for this 3 weeks he will be away?
I see this my husband like someone who can surprise me at anytime.
I miss my business, should I save up and start same business somewhere else ? What happens to me 150k job?

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Evening walk

Late evening walk was my thing.
Actually after my senior WAEC I did nothing much to keep myself busy during the first months. So I suddenly developed the habit of going for evening walks around the university in my area.

The sites and people I meet along the way during my strolls are usually worth it. I would take a longer route around the heart of the university with my music on and which after, I headed back home.

I did this for over two weeks without missing a day. It was later added to my hobbies by the way.
Anyway that I missed taking a stroll into the university area due to more important reasons, I end up feeling unfulfilled for that day.

Just like the normal times, I started a walk into the school as usual, but this time, the time was a bit late than my normal coming.
The roads were almost scanty. There wasn't electricity lights in the buildings too except the few using generators.

I had already walked past the heart of the school and heading back with my headset on and my voice echoeing through the streets when suddenly, a Honda motorcycle pulled up in front of me.

I wanted to avoid them and pass but one of them acted to be stranded and demonstrated a pleading hand, so I pulled out my headset to understand them better. My eyes caught a gun immediately, the second man on the motorcycle quickly pointed a gun at me and requested for the phone I had in my pocket.

After he collected the phone, he unplugged the headset and placed it on my shoulder and went on to search my pockets. Left in my pocket was a #100 note which I was saving to buy 2 cups of cooked groundnuts on my way home. They collected the note and threatened to shoot me.

And that was my story😭

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The madman

The madman on sallah day
So, just yesterday I got off from bed filled with joy and happiness all because it was sallah and I was to rest and not attend lectures or even bother about anything.

So I quickly got up prepared like I had a whole year to rest, after which I ate and slept off. After a while, my friends visited and after some fun filled moments playing ps4 they had to go and I escorted them.

On our way, we saw how kids who normally look dirty and not well catered for where properly dressed for the sallah celebration. Just immediately my eyes caught a madman with a stick chasing the children because they were making fun of him, you know how children play with madman, they like being chased by them. So with his big stick he will chase them and stop until he saw a cow that was tied nearby, so he went straight to the cow and he was talking, what he was saying didn't even make any sense to me and then he seemed like he was getting angry and then he used the big stick to hit the cow and immediately the cow reacted and the road with which it was tied snapped and it was about to use his horn on the madman and I thought the madman would use the stick on it but to my greatest surprised the madman run away, I was surprised oh, so mad people can be scared to die too, no wonder it rare for you to see them being hit when crossing the road

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It was a really hot own in my school, as a tanker driver kills a student and he was been asked he said it's only one person he killed and that made students very angry and students were fighting to kill the tanker driver and unfortunately the man escaped and students started to destroy tanker drivers vehicle and it resulted into a war and they brought out knives and machete and wanted to enter into the school and kill students some students stood at the gate to prevent it , it was a very serious contention they fought for almost two days but the SA to the governor helped to cub the war.

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It's so painful on Friday a final year student heard asuu wants to embark on a strike again he fainted it was so intense because it was in public he was poured waterseverally it was when we got to the clinic he woke up this asuu issue is getting out of hand he was like he has spent about 7 years in school and isn't done with a 5years course so pathetic.

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I had lectures yesterday I wanted going to school I had no cash on me , I decided to go to the POS to make withdrawals and the man told me I have to buy the new currency 10% of any amount am withdrawing with anger I left that place the country is really hot people use little opportunities to extort from the masses.

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I was privileged to attend a wedding y'day the wedding was so well packaged the Outlook of everything was just beautiful . Not until they started sharing food and the occasion wasn't even over then disrupting everything because the women sharing food were just looking at faces I wasn't given food because most of the women sharing the food doesn't know me. Please women sharing in occasions t
Should try to give everyone in an occasion food 😁 because it seems right and not just their family members.

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Soo during this week alot happened in the market like the chairman of the town telling okrika sellers to move to modern market omo Wahala dey oo 😹.

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Abubakar-Rimi, a Medicine and Surgery final year student, opened a food outlet and Indomie joint in the Diplomat area in Sokoto.
Abubakar-Rimi, who ventured into food selling business due to the prolonged strike by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) died recently. He never got to graduate due to the prolonged strike may his soul rest in peace

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Gist for the day

You got pregnant for a man and he asked you abort the baby, you refused and kept the baby. He didn't do anything till after 27yrs he resurface and demand for the custody of his child.

Ladies can you allow such man into your daughter's life?

Men will you even think of showing your face and self?

Note that, this said man didn't wanted the baby, didn't even know. And never ever showed up in decades.

This discussion is important and for everybody.

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Nigeria fast becoming a hell for her citizens and unless the Federal Government takes decisive steps to curb insecurity and address the crisis in the aviation sector, economic activities across the country may experience worse downturn in the nearest future.
Many Nigerians are now already avoiding travelling by road and rail as a result of the activities of terrorists and kidnappers while the air option left to them has suddenly gone out of their reach due to the high cost aviation fuel, which has forced domestic airlines to hike their fares.
Recall that the oldest operating carriers in the country, Aero Contractors, recently suspended operations over its depleted fleet capacity to operate reliable scheduled operation. The airline had about eight out of its nine airplanes on the waiting list for routine maintenance, but lacked foreign exchange to purchase spares and meet obligations.
Less than 24 hours after Aero closed shop, the Nigerian Civil Aviation Authority (NCAA) suspended Dana Air operations with immediate effect, citing inability to run safe operations and meet financial obligations.
With 10 local airlines suddenly down to eight, the effects have started to tell on local travels. Just imagine how can a whole airline lack fuel, the government must do something about this, terrorists are killing people everyday


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The Delta State Police in collaboration with some human rights activists has rescued a physically abused boy in the Udu Local Government Area of Delta State.His mother, Naomi Esther Batubum reportedly tied him to an electric pole, beat him up with cutlass and iron and laced his injuries with pepper.
The incident occurred on Friday, July 22 at Otor-Udu in the Udu Local Government Area of Delta State.
The victim has been hospitalized.

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OMG, some Nigerians are something else
I woke up very late yesterday forgetting I had a church program to attend. So I quickly prepared and left the house, I boarded a Costa bus, when the bus was filled up they collected money from us to go to the first bus stop which was 100 naira
People began to drop after the bus stop another money was collected for the next journey so the man beside me brought 200 naira and was making a phone call and the conductor collected it and gave him change
After the man finished the call he began to ask for his change and the conductor told him he has given him already but the man kept on shouting and the conductor joined him, deep down I knew the man was not telling the truth
After much arguments the conductor gave him another change without knowing what else to do
Cheating is bad let's try to be fair to each other
@group/gists-sunday

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