wasn’t for the postponement. But let’s face it. There could have been a
war if it wasn’t for the postponement.
lighter now and people are quietly going about their business while they
look forward to the decision day. In about 2 days from now we’ll be lining up in front of those green and white rubber boxes to elect our next president.
to learn more about whom you want to vote. Get to know what’s happening.
Listen to them talk. Read the newspapers. Check the records. Look at
about a candidate. Don’t follow the multitude. Do your own homework and
make sure the person you intend to vote is really worth your vote.
booth, stick around for a few hours to do your vote and then you’re
people live far from their polling booth and will need to plan how
they’ll get there in time so they can do their vote and move on with the
probably won’t be able to drive around. How will you get to your booth?
What time will you do so? Is it possible to check the polling unit to be
sure it’s safe and there’ll be no problems? These are things you need
to consider to forestall last minute issues that might complicate the
day for you.
don’t know how it’s significant in our history. They don’t know where
we’re coming from and how it relates to the upcoming election. They
don’t know the history.
to educate yourself on some history so you can make more informed
choices in this election and the subsequent ones, and also so you can
better understand what’s happening right now and where we’re heading
beyond this election.
in your house to watch House of Cards or Papa Ajasco. The election will
get on fine without you.
voting if you want to see real change in the country. This year is
another turning point for us as a nation. It’s also a time for us as
citizens to reflect on our role in nation building, how we’ve
contributed to the process so far and how we can still contribute in the
near future. These things can make a bigger difference than simply
walking to a booth and casting a ballot.
chance for you to rethink your perception about our situation and try to
brighten your outlook. It may not be easy because there’s so much
negativity out there, but remember there’s also a lot of positive things
happening in our country.
future. Sometimes we just need to change the way we look at things in
order to get better results.
back, rapper, Wiz Khalifa broke up with his wife and baby mama, Amber
Rose – someone who has got one of the most perfect shape a woman could
ever dream of. Unfortunately, Amber Rose’s best friend, Black Chyna
suffered the same fate from her partner, Tyga.
Ace comedian, Ali Baba, has put two and two together and explained
why these two perfectly shaped women may have been dumped by their
In a Instagram post published moments ago, he explains that it takes
more than a hot bod to keep a man using the analogy of Wiz Khalifa
cheating on Amber and Tyga leaving his hot baby mama Blac Chyna for
“I would have just left this picture to do the
Gele Tying Made Easy! Yinka Thomas-Ogboja introduces “Asake”, the first ever ready-made pleated gele
most African women, tying a ‘Gele’ (head tie) is a difficult ordeal,
which discourages them from wearing this lovely piece and promoting our
rich culture. The CEO of Opeke, Yinka Thomas-Ogboja,
happens to be one of many women who used to face this ordeal prior to
up took forever because of their struggles with the geles and husbands
started to turn red in the face, or they weren’t ready to constantly
enrich the pockets of makeup/gele artists (no offense).