Have you ever wanted to win a mega promo but just couldn’t because you
didn’t have the full details or you were less informed? If yes then this
post is for you:
In a bid to help people fulfil their dreams in
her own little way, Ann Ubah launched the blog PromoNigeria.com , an
online platform for promos, giveaways, auctions, contests, scholarships.
are the days when individuals scout thousands of websites on the
internet for ongoing promos for a chance to win. With promonigeria.com
you stay updated with the latest offer in the Nigerian market.
We offer a great lot of advantages to our visitors who patronise the platform:
You get to see them all ‘win a car’ ‘win a plot of land’ ‘ win lots of
cash’, etc and seasonal giveaways eg; valentine, easter, independence
day and don’t forget christmas!
• Enquiries on any promo could be posted on the blog using the comment section and it would be discussed publicly
• You avoid getting scammed by fake brands and companies. Only genuine promos are published on the platform
As an ardent reader of the blog, if you’ve got an ongoing promo you’re
participating in, we would help you publish the details and your vote
link on the blog for your fellow readers to throw in their votes for you
• We publish testimonials of winners (have you won anything yet?)
• We give free items on the blog…yes giveaways!
• Lots more…
the unexpected. When you are well organized and efficient, it gives you
an opportunity to manage yourself when something happens at the last
Be organised with Promonigeria.com.
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Speaking with Tribune, he said “Well, to start with, security, I
believe we all know, is in the hands of God. The Bible says it very
clearly that “except” The Lord himself keeps the city, the watchmen
labour in vain.” Now, we also know that experience has a way of
teaching people some things in life. Pastors are human beings; they
have blood running in their veins. And when they hear the things that
happen and they also see the things that happen, especially in some
parts of the country (not all), they may take precautions. I travel to
some parts of the country and I see that on getting...
Like many interracial marriages, Mrs Annie Odediran’s marriage has faced
opposition mainly from her family. A Malaysian-Chinese, Mrs Odediran,
an optometrist, is married to a retired Nigerian United Nations
Children’s Fund United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) staff member.
See excerpts from her interesting interview with Tribune:
Can you let us into your background?
I’m a Chinese but grew up in Malaysia. I’m from a non-Christian
home but there was a small population of Christians there. Most were
Buddhists, so there were many temples where idols were worshipped.
Buddhism is an ancient religion while Christianity was regarded as
Western religion. I lost my mother as a teenager, my father therefore
took another wife. My father is a businessman and also runs a big
farm, so we were quite comfortable. He spent his money mainly on