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Author: Mercy Hill

Mercy Hill

Mercy Hill here, join me on a vast and interesting journey to explore hot gist, people, places and cultures. I am a Journalist, writer, traveler, a level 6 Google Local Guide, a member of the Nigerian Google Crowdsource, a Film editor and a photographer.

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“I never knew how strong I was until being strong was my only option.”- Corona Virus

“I never knew how strong I was until being strong was my only option.”- Corona Virus

Just recently, I had to make three  important trips, one was to attend a conference in Uyo, another was to attend the Goge Africa training for  young writers and entrepreneurs in Lagos, I also would…

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Celebrating The Erudite Scholar at 78 (Part II)

Celebrating The Erudite Scholar at 78 (Part II)

Continued from last edition The Catholics were divided over issues of whether Christians could lawfully perform this marriage ritual. Also, there was ‘Ozo’ title saga. Catholics were also divided on whether they could take Ozo…

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Celebrating The Erudite Scholar at 78

Celebrating The Erudite Scholar at 78

Today, we celebrate the life of Msgr. J. P. C. Nzomiwu, a Catholic priest and scholar who has dedicated his life impacting positively on the lives of the young ones. Ordained in 1970 immediately after…

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Only Valentine’s Day Love?

Only Valentine’s Day Love?

If you are in the month of February, there comes a day celebrated for love and that day is Valentine’s Day. If you only wait for this day to come so that you can show…

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Happy World Cancer Day

Happy World Cancer Day

There are well over 100 types of cancers in the world today, ranging from minor to life threatening cancer types. In Nigeria, breast and cervical cancer are said to be the commonest type of cancer…

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I Want to Touch Lives – Blind UNIZIK Student

Messiah Edet, a blind student of Sociology Department, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka, Anambra State, says his aim in life is to touch lives notwithstanding his perceived disabilities. Mr Edet made this known last Thursday at…

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Anambra, Truly Home for All

Anambra, Truly Home for All

By Alexander Adejoh Mister Alex Adejoh, a youth corps member serving in Anambra State, but now working with Fides, in this piece, recalls the circumstances that landed him his first job, despite the stereotyped fears…

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Have you ever seen a water powered Generator? Meet Nelson the Innovator

Have you ever seen a water powered Generator? Meet Nelson the Innovator

  A vast majority of us are not yet aware of the possibility of a generator running on water. It is not a very popular technology in Africa, more so, in Nigeria. However, a young…

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Sincerity, Patience and Faith in God, the Secret of a Joyful Marriage – The Golden Couple

Sincerity, Patience and Faith in God, the Secret of a Joyful Marriage – The Golden Couple

On the first day of the first month of the year 1970, when the Nigeria Civil War raged on through the country and men lived in fear, a young couple sneaked their way on foot…

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I Was Never in Doubt Of My Future – Ify Aronu (part2)

I Was Never in Doubt Of My Future – Ify Aronu (part2)

Continued from last edition I think it’s easier for people out there, but for the East it was not easy at all. When I got back to Awka, it took a long time before I…

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