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Nigerians came out in Millions today 16th of April 2011 as they vote to decide who will be their president in the next four years. 18 people from 18 different parties contested for the post the presidency seat. It was a serious competition as each of this contestants worked rigorously during the campaign so that they will be the one to occupy the seat of power in Noigeria in the next four years. The women, men both old and young were not left out. Infact the disabled, Physically challenged people find a means of getting to their poling unit to vote. All borders leading to Nigeria was closed and there was total restriction of movement during the election for successful and effective election.



jap21's picture

Hi Busayo

I love your new pic! How is everything going? Thanks for the news. Please tell us also which party they belong to and what wing are they from, I mean the people who are running for presidency.



Jacqueline Patiño FundActiva
Tarija - Bolivia
South America

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Thanks for this, I heard about violence in Northern part of Nigeria now....I pray for the peace of God to reign supreme in Nigeria Now.

Olutosin Oladosu Adebowale
Founder/Project Coordinator
Star of Hope Transformation Centre
512 Road
F Close
Festac Town


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your pet project and the election

Hello Busayo
I appreciate you effort in setting up cafe for your community, as dividend of wire pulse. In as much as i commend your effort , a slot for the 6 zone of the country will make you a detribalized Nigeria. Wire Pulse is a global organisation, fishing finance to give global women the require training exposure/enlightment irrespective of tribe geo-location etc.which you are a beneficiary within the selection content of the region Nigeria, in global slot. Therefore benefit of such an encounter should be spared across the 36state and Abuja. imagine a wire pulse centralized in the first world. The North is backward, thats crystal clear, but how do you beef them up, if the South, keep dotting them aside? for any reason humanly made. Globalization is all about liberalization and unification of concern, Nigeria is part of the global community as such other part of Nigeria should ripe the benefit of globalization in Nigeria perspective.
The election is almost through, what we left with now is to share the pains of women who lost their husbands and children to the election. I am of the strong believe the election experience is never religious or ethic, but selfish and greed for power to amass wealth. Otherwise both religion preaches restrain to taking life, being our brothers keeper and the oneness of God. materialism has turn Nigerians into wolf eating each others flash. Otherwise every mechanism to unit this entity call Nigeria to oneness is instituted, accepted and in full practice. No tribe today in Nigeria is independent of one religion, so so so why should religion be a deciding factor to only power sharing of process of attending power ie election, what about others unity we share?. So our leaders should not mess the situation and marry it to religion. As giant of Africa we should be aspiring to start giving citizenship to interested individuals with full right to our constitution to leave work and enjoy all rights enjoyed by Nigerian by birth. Its a shame if we pick up US visa lottery to getting green card, and in our Country we are divided by sentiment or ethnicity and religion. We should't allow our children's children to laugh at our reasoning. Remain vicious and high focus Bintu


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