An interesting pro of being a Nigerian is also its major con: you deal with some of the most equal parts annoying and entertaining politics anywhere in the world.
If only there was a newsletter that helps you navigate that messy pool…
These are the ways our Game of Votes newsletter can make your life easier if only you subscribe.
Saves you time and energy
Sorting through the news every day can be an exhausting task: from reading about terrorists doing friends with benefits with the government, to ASUU strike, to well-fed politicians getting hardship allowance and sending foreign aid to the Niger Republic and Afghanistan while you starve.
Game of Votes can save you all the hassle of looking for the politics and governance stories that should actually matter to you. We’ll be the coconut head so you don’t have to.
Teaches you how to fight Nigeria back
Nigeria is a weapon fashioned against you, and for as long as you can’t japa, Game of Votes is the shield you can use to fight back against powers and principalities with consistently engaging analysis of what’s really going on.
You need to pass the time with something
There comes a time in your life when you have five minutes to yourself — on the commute to work, in between quarrels with your lover, or sitting on the toilet.
Those precious five minutes are just enough time to read our Game of Votes newsletter with the most thoughtful easy-to-understand commentary about political trends in Nigeria, and maybe some toilet humour.
More entertaining than the final season of Game of Thrones
Now, Game of Votes isn’t a TV show, but we can promise it packs more political entertainment for subscribers than whatever they did with the final season of Game of Thrones.
Game of Votes newsletter is free
Unlike cassava, garri, ewa or agbado, our Game of Votes newsletter is completely free (except for the money you pay for data, of course). You don’t have to worry about the inflation that Buhari and Meffy don’t know how to solve.
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