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How Safe Are Your Secrets?

Those who follow me on Facebook may have come across my post on sharing problems and keeping secrets.

I mentioned some important things to take into consideration before sharing a secret with a trusted friend or anyone at all. But I must say, These days, secret keeping is becoming a lost art, so the best thing for you to do is keep your mouth shut when you have a dark secret!
Some people tell everyone in their circle everything. They believe that’s the best way to socialise. They want friends to see them a liberal, cool or transparent. They share their secrets to anyone they feel might like them.

You may have a secret that you’ve kept practically your whole life, and it’s eating you up inside. The moment you meet someone you feel comfortable and safe with, you could be tempted to address it by telling them because you trust him/her so much.
Of course, You feel so much better after revealing secrets. It may strengthen the friendship/relationship with the person you decided to tell.

Well, knowing that friendship isn’t always for life and often not as mutual as you may think, it’s best you keep to yourself what you wouldn’t want to hear from someone else about yourself.
If you don’t want everyone to know something bad about you, tell no one. No one cares about your secrets as much as you. Nobody has that fear of their secret becoming a widespread topic as much as you.

Moreover, everyone repeats the stuff they hear at some point in life!

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Infertility: A Thing Of The Past With Current Advances In Medicine Written by Dr. Ejike Udeze

Infertility is defined as failure to produce offspring in a couple living together for at least a year, and having regular unprotected penetrative sexual intercourse at least twice or thrice weekly. Infertility by definition can only be diagnosed in a couple. An individual hence cannot necessarily be said to be infertile. It is the union, the couple that is infertile.

From the above premise, the following do not qualify as infertility: newly married couples living apart and meeting sporadically or irregularly, or having not been together for up to a year.

It is so because most times you will be in your clinic and couples just married for only six months stagger in looking for children. Or worse still, only the female visits for evaluation of infertility. These instances do not qualify as infertility cases.


Infertility is broadly classified into Male and Female Infertility. Usually the evaluation for infertility follows a head to toe progression so that no factor could be missed.
There could be many causes in either the male or female partner. But some times, after vigorous and thorough evaluation of the couple, they both turn out physiologically okay. These times problems of physiological incompatibility could be ascribed as the cause of the infertility. Other times, for male infertility, it could be a long time history of mumps infection which occurred when the man was only a
boy which went on to affect his testes. Low sperm count and other abnormalities of semen could be the cause.

Likewise erectile dysfunction which prevents penetrative sexual intercourse. Some sexually transmitted diseases (STD) can also affect sperm production and/ or release.
For the female, the tubes could be blocked from previous STD. The ovaries could be faulty in any way, likewise the womb. Even obesity can be a factor for infertility.


This section is what this article is all about. Currently it can be propagated that infertility is completely curable. This being so because of the many wonderful advances in medicine. Gone should be the days when one goes to one prayer house or the other seeking for children. The treatment of infertility starts after proper evaluation for the cause. If any particular cause is found then treatment is zeroed in on it with most times positive outcomes emanating thence. If none is observed, psychological- based management could be all that is required to bring joy to the couple’s doorstep. It could only be a case of wrong sexual practices, where all the doctor needs do is proper education of the couple. And two, three months later, they smile coming to him with news of missed period.

Now, for the more ominous causes of infertility, there are treatments yet! Be it blocked uterine tubes, failure of ovulation ie the monthly ‘laying’ of egg, sperm and/or semen abnormalities, failure of male erection and/or ejaculation, they are currently almost completely all amenable to medical and or surgical treatments.

To mention but a few, currently IVF (In-Vitro Fertilization) has been so broadcasted that only a few of the couples coming for infertility clinics have not had previous information about it. Even in Nigeria now it is done by many hospitals scattered all over the country. Though costlier, it is a possible way out for couples with complaints of infertility, especially those with blocked tubes, or even male infertility.

Well, other such advancements have been known. In fact some even involve poking into the man’s testis to grab tissues which can yield a good enough amount of sperm cells for fertilization.
Other newer things also include the issue of Surrogacy, where a woman comes in to carry another woman’s pregnancy. This can be done even for a woman with no womb.
There are so many possibilities for treating a couple’s infertility depending on where the problem is.
Notable also is the option of adoption. This comes in last as
a treatment option for infertility.

Here comes all the sexual education which every young person and adult should be privy to. As STDs can be said to cause infertility, the prevention of these can go a long way in preventing infertility. Preventive measures include abstinence, being faithful to your one faithful partner, correct condom use, and seeking for early and appropriate treatment of STDs. More on STDs will need to come later.

In conclusion, it can now be said that infertility is completely curable medically. It only depends on how far the couple is willing to go to bring that crying tiny human into their home.


Ejike Udeze is a health personnel at Nnamdi Azikiwe University Teaching Hospital (NAUTH). Ejike is always in search of new medical discoveries and breakthrough. You can reach him on Facebook with his name “Ejike Udeze.“

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FACE OF THE CAVE FOR THE WEEK (Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence)

Hi people!
As usual, we sought two lovely folks out and it’s a pleasure to have them on board as the faces of the week.

Today, we have Mr Tee as our male face, representing all the way from Dubai. He’s not only good to look at but he has it all. Tee is an African-American who prefers to keep his ‘Naija’ nationality. In the course of the interview, i asked the Business Information Systems graduate of University of Bolton, how he successfully adapted to the country (Dubai) and it’s citizens.
His words,
“I live and work in Dubai, I speak Arabic, French & a lil bit of Espanol… Dubai is a multicultural society. People in Dubai are liberal, fun and out going peeps, living life to the fullest”

He’s not just a good looking man, He’s a hard worker. We hear stories about the toil, sweat and tears of working towards achieving success, and Tee’s story is no different.
In his words. “If I die today , I will most definitely not die of shame. My life has been filled with ups & downs. My pictures and my writings are my only true story.”
Hmm…Lest I forget, he’s a ladies man! Ladies…did you hear me right? Lol..

Brief Profile

Name: Al-Amin Tijjani Aka Tee-Jay .
Nationality/state : Nigerian/Kaduna
Career/job: Property Consultant/Real Estate
Likes: Travelling all over the globe (Globe Trotter), I am a Sapiosexual, only interested in other Sapiosexuals. Socialising and networking.

Dislikes: Fake peeps , ignorance, Bigots
Hobbies: Swimming, Camping, Clubbing, Travelling, Poetry , Writing,
Quote: “The best I can be is the best that I am”
Contact: WhatsApp & Mobile: +971524216273 Snapchat: Turaki7 Instagram: Club_teejay Facebook: Tee-jay Al-amin Skype: Clubteejay

When you’re a successful young entrepreneur, business savvy and STUNNING, you are definitely a force to reckon with!

What more can I say? Dark is beautiful!
Let’s meet Debbie the CEO and Founder of Emerald Outfits.

Brief Profile

Name: Deborah Nneamaka Nwokobia
State: Lagos
School: Delta State University
Course/career: Human anatomy and cell biology
Type of business: Owns a Fashion outlet

Hobbies: Good movies
Likes/dislikes: Food/Insults
Favourite Quote: “Make it your ambition to live a quiet life, to mind your own business and to work with your own hands.”
Contact: 07061006130/08155553604

If you love Bismark’s cave faces of the week, you can hit them up and get to know each other, you could find out what you have in common and basically have a good time!

To qualify for the next Face of the cave series
*Have your profile be a clear face shot.
*Give a brief description of yourself and please make sure to include your likes, dislikes and hobbies.
*Submit them to the chatterbox team within four days from now via bbm pin- 2898fd68 or inbox Bismark Ekenedilichukwu Benson on Facebook.
Our selection will be fair enough without sentiments.

Cheers to the new Face of the cave!

Quote For The Day:
“It takes more than just a good looking body. You’ve got to have the heart and soul to go with it.”
Lee Haney

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Should Couples Enter Into Marriage With A Back-Up Plan?

The question I chose to ask today is one that has always boggled my mind.
These days, people go into marriages with prerequisite of what they stand to gain if it doesn’t work. For example, those couple who insist on using legal backing to protect their assets, so that they won’t be left with nothing in case there’s a break-up or divorce.

Or say, wives who secretly create separate personal savings account on the side, without their man’s knowledge of the money. Some wives even go ahead to acquire properties without their husband’s consent. So that in case the marriage fails, they will have something to fall back to.

The most common is, men who insist on ‘testing’ the woman they intend marrying, to ascertain if she’s fertile or sexually good.
People have their reasons for these prerequisite. Though I wonder, if you can’t trust your mate why marry them? Cos it’s like they already know there could be a problem, it’s like they know the marriage may not last, that’s why people don’t take chances.

Is it wise to have some useful back-up plan before getting married or while married? Or just walk into it straight up without fears and with a positive mindset?
Please, share your views in the comment box.

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SPORTS UPDATE and Free Betting Tips: By Michael Onyegide

NPFL WEEK 7 REVIEW: Rangers Go Top, Shooting Stars Defeat Rivers United.

Enugu Rangers are now top of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL), after they crushed Akwa United 3-0 at the Nnamdi Azikiwe Stadium in Enugu.
The home side took the lead in the 27th minute, thanks to Bobby Clement’s strike. Tope Olusesi turned home a cross in the 52nd minute, before Chisom Egbuchulam completed the rout in the second half.

Rangers now have 14 points from seven matches. Former leaders, MFM FC, lost 1-0 to Heartland at the Dan Anyiam Stadium. Fortune Omoniwari scored the only goal of the encounter.

In other matches, Wikki Tourists defeated Niger Tornadoes 1-0 at the Abubakar Tafawa Balewa Stadium, to move to 6th place in the NPFL and Plateau United also saw off Lobi Stars 2-1 at home.
IfeanyiUbah FC lost 2-1 to El-Kanemi Warriors, while Shooting Stars pipped Rivers United 1-0 at home.


The two African football giants Egypt and Nigeria renew their rivalry as they battle for the top spot of group G In AFCON qualifiers.
Egypt are currently the group leaders with 6 points and they will be hoping to win this clash and extend their lead in the table. The second placed Nigeria parted ways with coach Sunday Oliseh and appointed Samson Siasia as the interim coach. They will be want to come out victorious in this fixture to go top of the group leapfrogging the North African team.

NIGERIA vs EGYPT: Form Comparison
Egypt have won their previous 2 games and have scored 8 goals conceding 1; while Nigeria have won 1 and drew 1, they have scored 2 goals and conceded none.
Egypt have moved up two places in the FIFA ranking moving from 55 to 53 and are the most successful national team in Africa, having won the AFCON cup a record 7 times.
Nigeria have moved a place up the FIFA ranking moving from 63 to 62.

NIGERIA: Team News
The interim manager Samson Siasia has called up so many players ; 5 goalkeepers, 15 defenders, 9 midfielders and 13 forwarders.
The English Premier League youngsters Alex Iwobi of Arsenal and Kenechi Iheanacho of Manchester City are among the players.
Nigeria: Predicted line-up (4-4-2)
Carl Ikeme – Efe Ambrose, Elderson Echiejile, Godfrey Oboabona, Kenneth Omeruo – John Obi Mikel, Kelechi Iheanacho, Ogenyi Onazi, Etebo Oghenekaro – Ahmed Musa, Odion Ighalo.

EGYPT: Team News
The coach Hector cooper has included Arsenal’s new boy Mohammed El Nenny and Roma’s inform striker Mohamed Salah in his squad.
Egypt: Predicted Line up(4-4-2)
Essam El Hadary – Ahmed Hegazy, Ahmed Duiedar, Omar Gabe, Ramy Rabia – Hossam Ghaly, Mohamed El Nenny, Ibrahim Salah, Hazem Imam – Mohamed Salah, Abdallah Said.

NIGERIA vs EGYPT : Head-To-Head Stats
The two teams have played a total of 15 times which includes friendly games, all African games and African Cup Of Nations.
Nigeria have won most of the ties, wining 7 times, they have also lost 4 times to Egypt and both teams have shared the spoil 4 times.
Egypt have won 2 of their last 5 games against Nigeria, lost 1 and drew 2.

NIGERIA vs EGYPT: Predictions
The game could go either way, being that the two teams involved are among the football giants in Africa. Fourteen of the Fifteen games played between these two teams have recorded at least a goal and with their good form I predict an over 1.5 goals in the match.
Nigeria also have a good fan base at home and have a higher percentage win at home. A win for the Nigeria is very likely on Friday.

Mr. Michael Onyegide is an Internet savvy, sports writer who is very passionate about the game of football. He holds B.Eng from Imo state university and a Telemarketing Diploma from Texas. He can be reached on Instagram and Twitter with the handle @michaelonyegide.

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Reasons You Shouldn’t Take Pictures At Work

There’s always this temptation to take good photo shots of yourself in your cubicle and post on Facebook, as soon as you land a new job. After all, You’d want to share God’s blessings with all your friends, so it’s understandable. Right?
Suffice me to say, many folks have formed the habit of taking photos at their places of work. I don’t know how most staff do it, but I know those photos are taken when the boss ain’t looking or very early in the morning when it’s just you and few trusted staff.

They love to capture their work attires, the well designed suit or corporate gear or professional attire and of cos, the great looking work environment.
Of course, When you show up to work, looking so professional, chic or like a classic man, As a newbie, you’d want to take a photograph. It’s tempting! We’re in an age where people take photograph just about everywhere. I’ve seen photographs of doctors in the theatre operating
patients, in spite of the fact that it’s unprofessional.

People do this because they love to show off to friends on social media, just so they know you’ve landed a great job. Some people even take photographs inside their boss’ big office, sitting and posing behind his work desk before he arrives. I’ve witnessed a similar case somewhere I once worked. Even the female cleaner did it..shiooor!

I’m not trying to restrict anyone, but I hope you know you’re taking a big risk when you photograph at work? Understand the nature of your job before you go snapping.
Most top organisations wouldn’t want the public view of their inner work environment. Moreover, It’s against the ethics of most professions. Most organisations have strict limitations on photography.

If anybody wants to snitch on you or expose you, a look at your social media account is enough proof that you’ve been unproductive.
People who do not look busy are the first people looked at when firing employees. And when it happens they won’t tell you why. Now You Know…

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FACE OF THE CAVE FOR THE WEEK (Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence)

Hi people!
The week’s best faces have been picked. As usual they rock!
Rhamcee is fun. He’s crazy in a good way, funny, energetic, out going and handsome! Not forgetting to mention that he’s a great dancer too! He’s got tight dance moves. I must say, his Rasta look had me considering a solid dreadlocks style for the Easter holiday, so I asked how he keeps his hair game on point. His words, “I don’t maintain the dreads because over here (India), it’s not a common hairstyle. All maintenance was done in Nigeria before I moved and the next would be in Delhi, during the holidays. I’m in Jaipur now, miles away from Delhi. I wash it normally when I bath, with shampoo, I dry and oil it after.” There you have it!

Just look at Precious’ soft and lovely expression! It got us mesmerised that we couldn’t help asking, girl why are you so beautiful?
You know, she’s a great writer and a deep thinker. Plus, she got the brains to complement her breathtaking features. Triple threat! Slaying!
WARNING: Try not to drool or swoon while checking out her photos. Lol..
I’ve got to be honest, they’re all perfect and beautiful and I know they won’t be seen in their full glory until we get a peek into their world. Okay…let’s meet them.

Name: Rhamcee Munah
State: Abia
School: Jaipur National University, India

Career/Field of Study: Pharmacy
Relationship status: Single

Hobbies: Watching football, playing football, dancing
Likes: Cool and quiet, music
Dislikes: Disturbance, too much talk

Favourite quote: “We are all here on earth to help others; what on earth the others are here for I don’t know.”

Name: Okoro Precious Adaobi Chiamaajum.
State: (Of origin): Ebonyi
Residence: Anambra.

School/Career: Bsc, Political Science, Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. NYSC in a bit.
Field: Politics and Government.

Likes: Music, Cartoons, Magic, Very cold nights, Blue, Adventure, Poetry, Philosophy, Freaks, Nerds, Popcorn, Children, Laughter, Sanguines, Scrabble, Zuma, Snake Xenzia, Wedding rice, Birds (especially chicks, parrots and owls).
Dislikes: Smelly pits, Hairy pits, Religion, Horror movies, Dogs, Shoprite bread, Ukwa (bread fruit), Kpomo/­ canda…worreva, Dry season.
Hobbies: Singing, Dancing, Writing, Reading (Quotes especially. I’m a sucker for brevity. Try Dele Sobowale’s compilation: Vanguard book of quotations. You’d love it.), Playing Scrabble, Zuma or Snake Xenzia.

Favorite quote: I have many favourites. However, I’ll give just one:
“Sickness and disease are in weak minds the sources of melancholy; but that which is painful to the body, may be profitable to the soul. Sickness puts us in mind of our mortality, and, while we drive on heedlessly in the full career of worldly pomp and jollity, kindly pulls us by the ear, and brings us to a proper sense of our duty.”
Quote by Richard E. Burton.

If you love Bismark’s Cave Faces of the Week, you can hit them up and get to know each other, you could find out what you have in common and basically have a good time!

To qualify for the next Face of the cave series
*Have your profile be a clear face shot.
*Give a brief description of yourself and please make sure to include your likes, dislikes and hobbies.
*Submit them to the chatterbox team within four days from now via bbm pin- 2898fd68 or inbox Bismark Ekenedilichukwu Benson on Facebook.
Our selection will be fair enough without sentiments.

Cheers to the new Face of the cave!

Quote for the day
“People will stare, make it worth their while”

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SPORTS UPDATE And Free Betting Tips! By Michael Onyegide

Below is my football picks for the weekend, calculating not only the best returns, but the second best returns to give you a better choice!
We achieved major success last week with our High risk games coming to play. Looking forward to this weekend, we start with out medium risk games.

Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton Athletic(1)1.50
Burnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers(1)1.62
Swansea City v Aston Villa(1)1.67
Tottenham Hotspur v Bournemouth (1)1.53
Real Madrid v Sevilla (1)1.40

West Bromwich Albion v Norwich City(1)2.70
Crystal Palace v Leicester City(2)2.50
Birmingham City v Fulham(1)2.25
Queen of the South v Dumbarton(1)1.87
Dagenham and Red bridge v Accrington Stanley(2)1.85

Swansea City v Aston Villa (1) 1.67
Burnley v Wolverhampton Wanderers(1) 1.62
Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton Athletic(1) 1.50
Ipswich Town v Rotherham United (1) 1.85
VfL WolfsburgvS V Darmstadt 98 (1) 1.44
Sporting Lisbon v Arouca(1) 1.22
Paris Saint Germain v Monaco(1) 1.00
Tottenham Hotspur v Bournemouth (1) 1.53
Real Madrid v Sevilla (1) 1.40
Napoli v Genoa (1) 1.29


Liverpool progress into the next round of the Europa League over their fierce rivals Manchester United following a 1-1 Old Trafford giving an overall 3-1 aggregate victory.
Liverpool and Manchester United, those great and bitter rivals of the North West, met at Old Trafford in the second leg of their last-16 Europa League tie with United needing to overturn a 2-0 deficit from the first game after a poor performance at Anfield.
Whilst both teams are going through transitions which see them, by their own standards, struggling to come to terms with their status in football as other teams such as Tottenham, Manchester City and Leicester threaten the old order; this clash has still the weight of history hanging over it.

Yes, the Europa League that poor relation of European competition may not be what either side had in mind considering both are past Champions League winners, but times change, yet try telling the fanatical supporters on Merseyside and Manchester that this game does not matter.

United could take inspiration from nearly 32 years ago, when, trailing 2-0 to Barcelona in the European Cup Winners’ Cup they won 3-0 at home to reach the semi- finals. But that was then and Louis van Gaal’s team have failed to win in their last three matches in all competitions.
Meanwhile Liverpool have had a full week to prepare for the game whilst United were in FA Cup action against West Ham on Sunday and also have the prospect of facing neighbours Manchester City this weekend to consider.

This was a European game in name but Premier League in terms of frenetic action with the home side doing all the pressing and Liverpool content to sit back and hit them on the break. Perhaps the quality was lacking at times but there could be no doubt about the commitment of the players and the wall of noise from both sets of supporters.
United almost took the lead as keeper Simon Mignolet hesitated but recovered to make a fine save from Anthony Martial’s free header. The host were on a roll now and Juan Mata shot wide before their pressure paid off as Nathaniel Clyne bundled over Martial in the penalty area. The Frenchman picked himself up and blasted the spot kick home.

Moments earlier Philippe Coutinho brought a brilliant stop from United custodian David de Gea and it was the Brazilian who was to silence Old Trafford on the stroke of half time. After Marco Rojo had contrived to shoot wide from eight yards and bring the tie level Liverpool broke quickly and Coutinho it was who collected the ball before racing into the area and clipping the ball over De Gea from a tight angle putting the Merseysider’s ahead 3-1 on aggregate and a vital away goal. Cue euphoria and flares from the Liverpool fans.

To turn this game around United needed to score three more goals and keep the Reds quiet. Perhaps they needed the luck of the Irish, this being St Patrick’s Day. Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp cut an animated figure open the touchline as the Red Devils poured forward looking to remain in the Europa League.
Yet for all their pressure United failed to test Mignolet with some wayward finishing and all the while Liverpool looked capable of taking advantage on the break. And as the game entered its final quarter it was the away fans who knew that they had earned the bragging rights. Coutinho almost made their night complete but again De Gea was United’s saviour. But the supporters who made the journey down the East Lancs Road continued to goad the home fans who began to leave the ground with ten minutes remaining knowing the game was over.
~Culled from TribalFootball~


This week, i’ll share a few ways with which we can bet responsibly, and I mean it. BET RESPONSIBLY
1. Set yourself limits in both money and time
2. Do not “chase” your losses Only gamble with money that you can afford to lose – if you win then it is a bonus
3. Have realistic expectations as to the likely outcome of your gambling – don’t gamble to win money to pay bills When playing poker machines – (this is a new one just introduced recently) only play one machine at a time
4. Keep a weekly inventory of your gambling, such as a bank account specifically to track your gambling
5. Do not use your or anyone else’s ATM card to access extra money to gamble
6. Do not drink alcohol while gambling

Mr. Michael Onyegide is an Internet savvy, sports writer who is very passionate about the game of football. He holds B.Eng from Imo state university and a Telemarketing Diploma from Texas.

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Saying Goodbye To A Decent Man

Most ladies talk about men not being good and when a good, decent one comes along they’re not serious. Some ladies are a joke;
They have a pattern. They believe there are ideal ways women should act or conduct themselves when a man shows interest in them.
“Play hard to get! Make him work hard for it. Keep him on his toes till it hurts.” These are virtues right? Cool!

You know within you, you fancy a man who has shown interest in you. You can’t help feeling those fluttering butterflies in your tummy whenever he beeps your phone line. Your knees grow weak at the sight of him. Before you sleep at night, the thoughts of him flood your mind, you cuddle your pillow as if it were him.

Yet, you see the same man the next moment, your nose is up in the air, your false attitude is on display. Smile na, for wia…You go keep face as if na quarrel. You pretend he’s not your type and he doesn’t fit. Whereas he’s your husband in your head. You’ve pictured a family and named his kids already. Chai, why make things difficult and complicated for yourself? Why put yourself through emotional torture when it’s so much easier to say “YES, I feel the same way too”.

Queen Elizabeth, The brother may not have all the patience in the world to keep tagging along. Since your standards are too high and you seem impenetrable, I don’t think you really want him as you do!

Then you wonder why all the men you want go to other ladies. The ladies you’re quick to tag desperate and cheap because they grabbed an opportunity you lost. SMH… The other ladies know what they want. They know better than to play silly games when a good man shows up.
If you desire a man as much as he desires you, admit it. It’s not that difficult.
A good man is hard to find!

‘Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is always to try just one more time.’
Thomas A. Edison

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FACE OF THE CAVE FOR THE WEEK (Appreciation of Beauty and Excellence)

Hi people, let’s meet our faces of the week.

Hail the queen!

Talk about beauty and brains, she’s got both! It’s a pleasure having this gorgeous lawyer on board.
Enwongo Cleopas is brilliant and charming.
It’s hard to resist her outgoing nature and her obvious amazing, infectious smile that can light up a city. An encounter with Enwongo is always a delight because her words are seasoned. She stands for positivity. She’s also blessed with the gift of crafting powerful, inspiring articles. Being a staunch feminist, she seeks ways to empower the female folks through social media.

This natural beauty studied Law and graduated from University of Uyo, Akwa Ibom state. She proceeded to Nigerian Law School, Kano for further studies and professional certification.
She worked at Public Complaints Commission as a Legal Practitioner.
Lest I forget, she says she’s a big fan of Rnb/Jazz artiste Angie Stone! Hmm…
She enjoys relaxing with good movies at her spare time. Her favourite being the Fast and Furious Series.
You can reach her on Facebook (Enwongo Cleopas)

Let’s Meet Remond…

I’m Remond Wright, 24 years old. Born and raised in Miami Florida. I’m studying business administration with a minor in accounting at Broward college. I work for Miami Dade county public works. My hobbies include horseback riding, travelling, gardening, relaxing at the beach, reading or even a game of chess. I love nature, the highest
mountain cannot contain me, the sound of nature is music to my ears.

On my lowest day you can find me playing my play-station 4 after work. My favourite food is Fried shrimp and fish. I’m fascinated by the colour black it’s a pathway to my soul. My favourite poem is If by Rudyard Kipling.
If you can keep your head when all about you
Are losing theirs and blaming it on you,
If you can trust yourself when all men doubt you,
But make allowance for their doubting too;
If you can wait and not be tired by waiting,
Or being lied about, don’t deal in lies,
Or being hated, don’t give way to hating,
And yet don’t look too good, nor talk too wise:
If you can dream—and not make dreams your
If you can think—and not make thoughts your aim;
If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster
And treat those two impostors just the same;
If you can bear to hear the truth you’ve spoken
Twisted by knaves to make a trap for fools,
Or watch the things you gave your life to, broken,
And stoop and build ’em up with worn-out tools:
If you can make one heap of all your winnings
And risk it on one turn of pitch-and-toss,
And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;
If you can force your heart and nerve and sinew
To serve your turn long after they are gone,
And so hold on when there is nothing in you
Except the Will which says to them: ‘Hold on!’
If you can talk with crowds and keep your virtue,
Or walk with Kings—nor lose the common touch,
If neither foes nor loving friends can hurt you,
If all men count with you, but none too much;
If you can fill the unforgiving minute
With sixty seconds’ worth of distance run,
Yours is the Earth and everything that’s in it,
And—which is more—you’ll be a Man, my son!

If you love Bismark’s cave faces of the week, you can hit them up and get to know each other, you could find out what you have in common and basically have a good time!

To qualify for the next Face of the cave series
*Have your profile be a clear face shot.
*Give a brief description of yourself and please make sure to include your likes, dislikes and hobbies.
*Submit them to the chatterbox team within four days from now via bbm pin- 2898fd68 or inbox Bismark Ekenedilichukwu Benson on Facebook.
Our selection will be fair enough without sentiments.

Cheers to the new Face of the cave!

Quote for the day
“Don’t be bound by limits you impose on yourself. Anything is possible.”