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Our Today’s #MCM Goes To Ex-BBnaija 1st Runner Up Mike Edwards.



Photo Image: Instagram @aireyys (Mike Edwards)

Mike Edwards and Ex-BBnaija housemate 1st runner up in the 2019 BBNaija reality TV show tagged pepper Dem gang.

He is currently a professional athlete, a model, a business magnate, an investor, an entrepreneur, a CEO of aireyys cigars company in the United kingdom (UK).

He was signed recently in Eme record label company. The owner is BankyW

Instagram: @aireyys

He was born on the 11th of July 1991 in manchester. He is 28 years old, married to a beautiful wife Perris shales-drayton a model, tv personality and a British Olympian athlete.

Today Crystalzpage soon to be upgraded to Imie’s page had revealed that he is our #MCM today.

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I am Imoukhuede I. From Edo State, Nigeria, with Bsc in Economics. I am a media practitioner, entrepreneur, writer, model, and blogger. The founder of


The 10 important steps towards self growth and development.



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 Self-improvement is one of the most important traits a person can possess. If you don’t have that urge then you will never be able to get far and progress in your life.

We are all human so therefore we are not perfect, but there is always room for improvement and we should always try to be the best version of ourselves.

Here are some top tips on entering the path of personal growth and self-development.

1. Know yourself.

Who are you? Who do you aspire to be?

Always remember to be yourself, and to focus on yourself and what YOU want. In a world that expects us to conform and fit in it is sometimes hard to just be ourselves, but it is better to avoid conforming to other people’s standards, expectations and ideals because often they are not realistic and aspiring to these can make us miserable. It is better not to care what people think of us because we will be judged regardless, so remember, be the best version of yourself, not someone else’s copy.

Remember: “It is better to be hated for who you are than it is to be loved for something you are not.”

Embrace yourself!

2. Get out of your comfort zone.

Resting on your laurels means that you will not grow. Get out of your comfort zone, put yourself out there, take risks and aim to do something different, such as learning a new skill or hobby.

3. Develop a thick skin

You cannot please all of the people all of the time and like I mentioned before, certain people will always find any excuse to put you down, belittle you and judge you.

Unfortunately, that’s life. The best thing to do is to develop a thick skin. Treat other people’s bitter and jealous comments as water off a duck’s back.

4. Learn to assert yourself.

In life we often go through tough situations. One of the most important skills you will ever need to learn is how to assert yourself. That means standing up for yourself, making your feelings known instead of bottling them up and putting your needs as first priority as well as other people’s.

5. Adopt good habits.

Struggling with time keeping? Learn to complete tasks earlier. Having a hard time staying organised? Get a diary and write down to-do lists and deadlines. Unable to keep yourself motivated? Remember to focus on your goals and remember why you started. Adopting good habits means that you will not fall behind and you will go even further.

6. Create a plan and a list of goals.

Where do you see yourself in 1/2/3/5/8/10 years’ time? If you know your ambitions, write them down so that you have a clear view of the goals you would like to achieve.

7. Be kind and generous.

Always be kind and generous, for everyone is fighting a battle and the world operates better on kindness and generosity. Set out to help others but if you can’t help them then at least don’t hurt them. There is nothing to be gained from being bitter, nasty, horrible and spiteful to others. If you feel the need to be vicious towards others then that says a lot more about you that it does about others. Genuine acts of kindness will get you far.

8. Remember the simple and the most important things in life.

It’s so easy to get caught up in the daily grind of life, but it’s imperative to remember the important aspects of life. It’s all about the little things, like going out on a walk in the park for fresh air, spending time with a best friend, picking up the phone to call a sibling, smelling the blossoming flowers or smiling and saying high to a neighbour when you walk past them in the street.

9. Learn new skills.

Learning doesn’t end when you finish school. Learning is a lifelong journey. Take up a new hobby, whether it’s crafting, designing, coding, painting, learning to play a musical instrument or taking up a new sport. Adding more strings to your bow is quite impressive and it shows that you are a well-rounded person.

10. Be happy!

It sounds like the simplest advice one could ever give, but it’s so true. Be happy! Life is far too short to live in misery. See the positives and don’t dwell on the negatives.


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Things To Do If You Are Feeling Hopeless About Your Future.



Do you feel lost and hopeless in life? There comes a time when life seems to lose its meaning. This is the time you need to be a strong man or woman.

Life has never been easy. You must wake up from slumber and make things work in your favour.

It takes sacrifice and commitment to reach your goals in life. We have looked at things to do if you’re feeling hopeless about your future.

1. Reset your goals

It can be important to revisit your goals. Some goals are not achievable in life.

Find out whether your goals are realistic and attainable before you proceed with life. Being too ambitious can make life unbearable in the long run.

2. Surround yourself with strong people

The people in your life really matter. Never waste time on negative minded persons.

The persons who are in your life will determine your success or failure. Make sure the people in your life are contributing to you positively.

3. Keep the fire burning

Stick to your vision in life. Remember success is not an easy walk. Stand up and make things count.

You will be expected to make all kinds of sacrifices if you want to achieve the desires of your heart at the end of the day.


Source: Hivisasa

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I can’t speak hausa fluently – Zahra Buhari.



A daughter of President Muhammadu Buhari, Zahra, on Friday, stunned guests at a BBC Hausa event when she revealed that she is unable to speak fluently in Hausa, her father’s language.

The event was to unveil winners of a literary contest organised by the broadcast station.

Mr Buhari is a Hausa man from Daura, an important Hausa city in Katsina. Zahra’s mother, Aisha, is, however, a Fulani from Adamawa.

“I’ll make you laugh,” Zahra, who is married to businessman Ahmed Indimi said, when asked to make a comment at the ceremony officiated in Hausa.

She said she and her siblings rarely communicate in the language.

”Every day my father would correct my Hausa when I converse with him” she said in Hausa amidst laughter.

She said they usually communicate in “Engausa” a colloquial term for mixing of English and Hausa in a conversation.

She attributed her inability to speak good Hausa to attending schools with “children of white people.”

The president’s daughter later told interviewers off stage that they mostly speak in her mother’s native Fulfude language at home.


Source: Premium Times Nigeria

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