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Getting my Permanent Voter’s Card was Fun

It Rained Plantain Chips This wasn’t the first time I was making an attempt to get my voter’s card. A few days before I had visited a collection centre nearby. On my way there — about 200meters to the location it started raining heavily. I thought to myself maybe that’s a sign that I shouldn’t have […]

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A Chat with a Bike man on the 2019 Nigerian Elections

Ever seen a bike on autopilot mode? I kinda saw one a few days ago, the rider rode slowly in a straight line with his head looking straight forward, I could tell his mind was somewhere else as he only responded after the second attempt to call his attention. As I hopped on the bike […]

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I just got my Voter’s Card

I expected to spend the whole day Nigeria with a population of 180 million people out of which 68.8million registered and were eligible to vote in the 2015 General election. This means only 38 per cent of the country’s population registered with the Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) as eligible voters. This percentage is relatively small or […]