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

Okay! All ye inhabitants of the cave! Lol..How was your weekend? Hope you all had fun to the fullest? Errmm..If you noticed, Saturday’s article which focuses mainly on relationship issues, sex life and generally, matters of the heart, was not published for some reasons.
I apologise o! Ema binu, biko nu… I’ll make it up to y’all this week ok…I promise! *Oya smile nah*
On a brighter note, Expect an interview with the amazing Onilogbo Hakeem Effect, the highest paid prosthetic artist I Nigeria.
It comes up next..You don’t want to miss it!

Now, we’ll kick start the week with the Face of the cave series. As you know, I’ll introduce you to two lovely, eye candies who’ve earned the spot as the Faces of the cave for the week.
Let’s meet them!

Name: Faith Onome Okpodu (aka Queen of the south)
Date of Birth: 3rd November

School: University of Benin (Graduate)
Location: Abuja

Career: Fashion designing/model
Likes: Hard working people, sincerity and humility.

Dislikes: Pride and Disloyalty
Hobbies: Making dresses, hangouts, cooking, swimming.

Favourite quote: “Poverty should not exist in our minds”

Contact: Okpodu Onome (Facebook)

Name: Micah Bello-Esera
Nationality: American

Field/career: Online Fraud Investigation

Likes: Genuine, loyal, and honest people who care about themselves and others.

Dislikes: Materialistic, shallow, selfish, or fickle people.
Hobbies: cooking, travelling, learning about different cultures, linguistics, and genealogy.

Favourite quote: “If you truly loved yourself, you could never hurt another.” – Buddha


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.

Cheers to the new Face of the cave!

Quote for the day:
“ We are beautiful because we are sons and daughters of God, not because we look a certain way.”
Kate Wicker


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