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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Election Postponement And How It Affects You......

The General elections have been postponed in Nigeria......
How does this affect you?









A lot of activities scheduled to hold this weekend were postponed to next weekend!

What will happen now?

44 comments:

  1. As 21st Century wives we understand these things na... life must go on or we slap those politicians like we do our mother inlaws.

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    1. Hahaha
      That 21st century wife is yarning dust,so what if she cake to her sons house unannounced, that’s where you should show concern sef, for the fact that she came... something important must have gone wrong.
      What if she told her son and he forgot to inform you, you dint even wait to hear her out, you just started showing yourself.
      If your own mum or aunty had come over, is that the same way you will treat her? And you must have said a lot at a very close range for the woman to have slapped your face, cus if you were speaking from far she couldn’t have reached you.
      I don’t think you should be married

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  2. It affected me positively because, I never planned to go back to East and cast my vote but because of this postponement I will be traveling next week to vote out this calamity in person of Jubril.

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    1. My area in Port Harcourt is so dry. People really traveled yesterday for the election. The harmattan here is so strong. My eyes are glued to the screen of my TV. Feeling sleepy already.

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    2. Lol people are more determined to vote now than ever

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    3. What harmattan in PH? Please send some to Lagos@Teejay

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    4. There is harmattan in Lagos 2... Pple travelled alot

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  3. The thing tire ooo.. Currently lying down.. Wanted to see my customer today, she said next week.. Only for next week to be booked again.πŸ™†

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  4. This postponement scatter plan no be small.
    Well, I planned going home next weekend so it's good for me. I go kuku vote.

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  5. It affected my little profit that I would have made this morning if I had gone for my food business. I didn't prepare since they said no movement. Woke up this morning to the postponement news. To think I'm trying to raise money to fix this my browsing phone. Buhari fear God o.

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  6. My friend deliberately moved her wedding to the 23rd bcos of this election and now the same election is being postponed to the 23rd??? And here I am doing final fitting for my dress. I tire biko

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    1. Sorry dear... Blame incompetent 'high neck'...

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    2. Can you suggest to your friend to wed on a weekday? Or a Sunday, perhaps?

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  7. Am so sad eh
    I don't want to be a Nigerian again
    What gross incompetence!
    Someone just cancelled an election few hours to vote like its his village meeting.
    I don't tire true.
    Am up for adoption Stella . I have 3kids but it doesn't matter right.

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    1. πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ€£πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚, super mom oooooooo

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    2. Hilarious.


      Pls learn its I am .. not am.

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    3. Anon 13:46 thank you.
      I am up for adoption.

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  8. We live in Abuja, you can't be too careful. Cooked 3 different soups, bought items for stew and other things that can take us for 3 weeks or more, now see. Am I to do this again??

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    1. No oo.. I can carry one pot of soup oooo.. Seems u are closerπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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  9. After companies and business owners has shut down temporary because of the election? Do they even know how much money people has lost because of this? People had travelled to far distance to vote, and now they will waste another transport money next week? How many people will do that? What of people that has fixed programmes next week? Why do they wait till eleventh hour to postpone the election? Why not do it a week ago before people started traveling? This is a well planned out strategy by the APC. They know that most voters of PDP are Igbo and they love to vote in their village because that's where most of them registered. Inec should make the permanent card in a way that you can vote at any location closest to you. They should make the card reader in a way to detect fake and original, once its done then you can vote any place closest to you once your card is ascertain genuine. So all these you must vote where you registered is a fraud and its tiring. Because me i registered in my university days, and they don't expect me to travelled to my university to vote now that i have graduated. And nobody should tell me about transferring my location because that shit is frustrating and tiring.

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    1. I transferred mine.no issues.

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    2. IBO's r stubborn, they go still travel again.

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    3. someone asked the Inec chairman that question yesterday, about using the pvc wherever u are , just like we use our atmcard , but the chairman said FOR now No, maybe who knows it might happened in the next election.

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  10. Tired of blog visitors arguments about the presidential election. The blind,greedy and wicked followers of APC are bent on ruining this country.
    At least the tension of Teejay,Ladybug,@giveawayprincess and castle windsor can come down.

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    1. Lord Femi,the tension has been so high,I wanted it to just pass so arguments on this blog can stop concerning Buhari n Atiku...u garrit?

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    2. the argument now is not as serious as 2015 they have really calmed down

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  11. Whosai.
    Some girls go find another reason wey them go use continue val(ndalization) of them atus
    "Mama, this government is wicked, I will travel go villa go vote em out"
    "Darling, I will travel to vote next week, can't stand this incompetent govt"
    Una sabi where them dey cast that vote?
    Na for them agada o vote go cast! πŸ‘€πŸ‘€πŸ‘€
    The polling boot na hotel rooms o.

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  12. I was kept on a marathon shift from Friday night to Sunday evening just because of the restrictions of vehicles,the shift can't be changed so it's all for nothing.

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  13. My TOEFL was postpone and now what?

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  14. I planned on cooking fried rice with salad and eat it alone because my next neighbor will be going out today and I won't have to give her my rice....now that election is postponed, she didnt go again and has been shouting outside my gate saying "iyawo my nose is block ooo,I will eat this ur food ooo,no forget me o,what kind of alongar"is this one....if one there is electionπŸ˜€πŸ˜πŸ˜‚

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    1. LOL.. No give am.. Nip that shit in the bud right bout now. No be only she Waka come.
      Thank God say na neigbour, no be flat mate..

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    2. which kind neighbor be that oh😁😁😁😁😁

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  15. I don’t even have strength to type self

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  16. Honestly, I’m somewhat dissapointed in INEC.. but postponing this election is a veeeeerry good decision walahi!

    The areas I covered had some SPO,s not reporting on time. I saw civil servants (tho few) being used as PO’s. Non sensitive materials and even Corp members were not secured! As in no security escort as they were leaving INEC office to the RAC.

    As at 11:30 pm most police officers were still trying to locate their postings. I don’t even want to talk about the terrible cold Corp members were exposed to... Or is the illegal replacement done by INEC staff’s themselves. They just strike out any name and replace it with their person.’s name... No be small Gbege ooo. An ex-Corper who was shortlisted couldn’t stop screaming “I’m right here and you strike out my name like that? When I never die?” Lol.

    This is Nigeria.

    66 persons (Official figure) were killed yesterday. So this is it ! I’m leaving. I no do again. I’m done disobeying my husband. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    How does it affect me? Well, it somehow ruined the surprise appearance I had planned for Lee boo as we couldn’t spend val together. Now the big head wee know that I am coming. Well sha! Let’s see how it goes. πŸ’ƒπŸ’ƒ

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  17. As for me it’s a blessing in disguise. I’m still on my bed getting the much needed rest. I would have gone out pretty early, voted, and scouted for polling units around me to give situation reports. INEC would have done this postponement a week ago. I feel for people who have traveled etc.

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  18. It didn't affect me in any way.. I had no plans today apart from voting and chores. I would just focus on chores and resting all day.

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  19. My Inlaw burial program scheduled for next week Saturday has just been shifted to March...

    'High neck' well-done oh...

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  20. Good morning all, ma'am Stella Effurn, don cast oh, especially ekpan side, some killings were don last night, so the whole effurn is under due rest.

    May God help us

    #Hotmum

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  21. I had plans for today, stella. I had plans. I've been saying it here since yesterday. We had to shift it for this mumu election and now this is what I get.

    I'm in bed staring at my little girl kicking beside me. I just weakπŸ˜–

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  22. This person that's using pidgin to comment is just too funny. I find the comments extremely hilarious.

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  23. Today is my birthday and l thought Nigeria was going to make it historic for me......
    Above all l thank God for my beautiful life....

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