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National Assembly Elections Postponed



THe National Assembly elections have been postponed.
Prof Jega has just announced on national tv that the national assembly elections have been postponed till Monday 4th April 2011.
INEC officials have been telling voters that the elections have been postponed, meanwhile voting continues in some areas.
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  1. aryaan

    April 2, 2011 at 2:03 pm

    is election cansled

  2. Aminu Garba

    April 2, 2011 at 3:37 pm

    why election postponed after nigerians have sacrificed there time & energy 4 2day’s election, i hope jega will not allow dis to happen again

  3. samuel joseph

    April 2, 2011 at 4:21 pm

    the national assembly election has be postponed, but some places the election is still going on

  4. HENRY

    April 2, 2011 at 5:43 pm


  5. Adenegan Kehinde

    April 2, 2011 at 7:45 pm

    It is very disheartening to know in d history of nigeria electoral process. This i can term as a national disaster of the hihest magnitude having spent so heavily to hear such election cancelled not as a result of the electorates misdeamenour but for the INEC ill-preparation for the election. Am afraid how this will paint our image in the commitee of nations worldwide.
    Anyway, this is a great lesson for all Nigerians and Jega himself who had said that he claimed responsibilty for the failure. Then i will submit that this will be the second time he will fail if after 3 weeks of rigorous registration using his “computer technology” and ended up saying it is not goin to be used for the election. Why wasting the resources of the nation when not fully mature for such electoral process. I will only enjoin fellow nigerians to be more prayerful for God to remove all the inadequacies in our sytem and polity and enthrone righteousness, justice , openess, fairness,peace and transcuility in our nation, NIGERIA.

  6. SIR CHI

    April 2, 2011 at 10:33 pm

    all we need is a free,fair n credible election.

  7. Abubakar

    April 3, 2011 at 10:36 am

    Praise prof jega


    April 3, 2011 at 11:35 am

    i ave ever had in nigeria, since i was born, on the day of election that we have been electing in my own constituency, suddenly they announce that election has been prosponed. Ah! Shame on prof jega


    April 3, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    I think there is a cogent reason while prof. Ateharu jega postponed the National Assembly Election, well how ever the situation might be all Nigeria need is a credible election.

  10. Solid Rock

    April 3, 2011 at 11:01 pm

    Any reason he did what he did is not my business but i have only one warning for him from my honorable Men! Jega we all know that you are a PDP man but be careful because if you fail to make it 1 man 1 vote then ACN will Make it 1 man 10 vote to God we are ready Jega Lets roll the ball.

  11. ayokanmi

    April 4, 2011 at 3:06 pm

    jega! shame on you, you are a stupid man becos if you are not a stupid u wont prosponed the election.

  12. Bello

    April 7, 2011 at 1:34 pm

    Ayokanmi or what ever u call ur self u are the stupid not jega

  13. ONYIN V.

    April 8, 2011 at 11:21 am

    I real thank prof Jega for the election prospond, because if he refuse to prospond the election alot of nigeria will not be happy. but i said thank you once again for all your support to make sure that the election is free fair credible election. I trust you Jega even to accepte your mistake is something of what, not every body will do it in this nation. just go ahead to do what will make election fair and credible election. carry go Prof Jega.

  14. VIVIAN

    April 8, 2011 at 12:26 pm

    Jega show that his is a God fearing man to Nigeria! He show the nation Love for making this year election real. Starting form the registration of voters card, he make sure that every thing was successful before closing. who is that useles man that said Jega is stupid, sorry JEGA! And still put more effort to make credible election for 2 nation.

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First celebrity Limited Edition Smartphone in Sub Sahara Africa: Davido Special Edition of Infinix NOTE 8



Over the last few weeks, Infinix has floated its candy before the eyes of tech enthusiast intensifying their craving for the soon to be released device. Through several social media posts, Infinix has hinted on the imminent release of the NOTE 8 and we all can’t wait for the device to hit the shelves.

Although the proposed date for the launch in its initial teaser videos and banners have passed without
any launch, we have reasons to believe that the launch will take place sometimes this month.

However, here’s a more interesting news. Infinix is set to be the first smart phone company in sub Sahara Africa to launch a limited edition device with a celebrity. A special edition of the NOTE 8 will be released alongside the primal version of the NOTE 8 and the NOTE 8i. The special edition is  signed by Infinix’s brand ambassador David Adeleke, popularly known as Davido.

The available stock for the special Davido-signed edition is limited. However, interested shoppers can
get one for themselves at exclusive SLOT outlets nationwide and on their website Here. Exciting free
gifts are also available if you’re among the lucky few to buy this device while stocks last.

The Infinix NOTE 8 is targeted at the mid-to-high-end market segment and it comes with several
interesting features. The device on-boards a super-fast processor – the MediaTek Helio G80
processor, which supports ultra-fast gaming speed, stable graphics in-game, easy multi-tasking as
well as an all-round optimal performance.

The device also sports six cameras in total. It comes with a dual selfie camera which is cut out from its
super-wide 6.95inches screen. On the back, the NOTE 8 crams a 64MP super night shot camera for
amazing night shot photographs and other photography needs.

Many of Infinix loyalists and smartphone enthusiasts are already clearing their carts and lining up in
preparation for the launch of the Infinix NOTE 8. Now that there’s a special Davido edition in sight, the
queue might just be doubling up.

To stay ahead of interested shoppers and ensure that you’re one of the first to get your hands on this
special edition of the NOTE 8, follow Infinix on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram at @Infinixnigeria.

You can also join their community of young and vibrant fans on XClub via the app on your Infinix
device or click on this link to download the app if you’re a non Infinix user.

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The potential for iGaming in Nigeria uncovered



There is a growing positivity surrounding the Nigerian iGaming industry. As the nation breathes a collective sigh of relief following the announcement of the African Continental Free Trade Agreement (AfCFTA), it’s hoped that many burgeoning industries such as the world of iGaming can be allowed to flourish and bring much-needed tax revenues to the country.

Many analysts within the iGaming industry believe Nigeria has the potential to become Africa’s iGaming hub. Its domestic market is already forecast to be worth $2 billion, due largely to sports betting and the fascination with Nigerian soccer stars overseas like Odion Ighalo at Manchester United. Meanwhile, the domestic penetration of smartphones is also recognised, with some 83% of the population now owning a mobile device.

Nigeria was also a major focal point during this year’s SBC Digital Summit Africa, which was understandably conducted virtually earlier this month. Ahead of the summit, experts enrolled in the event were asked to vote on which African country offered the best foundations for iGaming operators to thrive. Nigeria outperformed every other nation, with 31% of all votes labelling Nigeria as the country with the highest potential to make a real
success of its domestic iGaming sector.

Even South Africa, which has a well-established domestic iGaming market, ranked second with just 28% of the vote. Prospective Nigerian iGaming operators should certainly take a leaf out of the book of South African iGaming brands, many of which have cultivated a strong customer base through the use of incentives and sign-up bonuses. The vast majority of offers available at platforms like, direct gamers to the safest and most reputable

One of the main reasons that industry experts believe in Nigeria’s iGaming potential is that it already boasts an engaged target demographic. Many of its young adults are already betting on sports like soccer and boxing, and there is a feeling that introducing them to casino gaming verticals would not be too difficult a stretch. Marry that with a growing number of smartphone users, which is predicted to reach over 140 million people by 2025, and you can
see the potential for iGaming apps and web applications to provide immersive, secure gaming
on the go.

Presently, the country has three separate bodies responsible for licensing online betting activities – the Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC), the Special Control Unit against Money Laundering (SCUML) and the National Office for Technology Acquisition and Promotion (NOTAP). At the time of writing, online betting at a domestic Nigerian site is strictly prohibited by law. Loopholes regarding offshore operators make it possible for
Nigerians to play elsewhere, but it seems somewhat short-sighted for the Nigerian government to steer clear of creating its own regulated, revenue-making iGaming industry.

In a nation of substantial population, supporters of developing a domestic iGaming industry in Nigeria believe that the most would be a positive step, creating new career opportunities for everyday people. This could be in customer support, game development or any other facet of an iGaming operator. All the while, generating tax revenues for the Nigerian government and helping to breathe new life into the domestic economy.

There is a general feeling that Nigeria’s gaming industries tend to follow the same path as South Africa’s. The SBC Digital Summit Africa revealed that there has been a “seismic shift” from sports betting markets to casino games in the last eight months, including live dealer tables, that’s according to Sean Coleman, CEO of the South Africa Bookmakers Association.

Live dealer games seemingly “appeal to millennials” across South Africa. Dean Finder, CEO of Evolution Services SA believes the fact that live dealer games are “not gender biased” is an opportunity to reach out to female players, which are an often “unserved market” across Africa.

For these trends to follow suit in Nigeria, operators will need to build further trust in their
games and regulatory measures to curry favour with the country’s legislature.

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Femi Otedola Reacts To Lekki Tollgate Shooting



Femi Otedola Finally Reacts To Lekki Tollgate Shooting
Femi Otedola

Femi Otedola

Nigerian businessman, Femi Otedola has finally reacted to the shooting that took place at Lekki Tollgate, Lagos on Tuesday.

Information Nigeria recalls men dressed in military wears opened fire on unarmed #EndSARS protesters, who convened at the area.

Otedola took to his Instagram page on Sunday to commiserate with the families of those who lost their lives in the unfortunate incident.

Sharing a photo of the Nigerian flag, he wrote;

“The horrors that have been unfolding in our country have left me filled with sadness. I deeply commiserate with those who have lost their loved ones and as a father, I share the sentiment of my three daughters who protested in Lagos and London. As a young boy of 16, I participated in the ‘Ali Must Go Protest’ of 1978, so I understand the determination of our youths who rightly want our country to be better. We must all do our part to make Nigeria great! I will continue to do my own quota in providing for those who are most in need of support in our country in these tough times .…F.Ote💲”

Read Also: Femi Otedola Spotted Dancing With His Children (Video)

See his post below:

Otedola’s post

Otedola’s post

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