This is Zikoko’s Game of Votes Weekly Dispatch. We share the most important things that happen in Nigeria every week. 5pm Thursdays. Stay woke. Beggi Beggi, E No Good O Who knew Yahaya Bello, governor of Kogi State, was so influential? He definitely yields some kind of power over the who’s who in Nigerian politics if a whole Madame First […]
… And the perfect recipe for some beef. View this email in your browser 18- 7 – 2019 This is Zikoko’s Game of Votes Weekly Dispatch. We share the most important things that happen in Nigeria every week. 5pm Thursdays. Stay woke. THAT’S CHIEF JUSTICE MUHAMMAD TANKO TO YOU! After 6 months of having to remind overzealous, […]
Nigerian elections come with a lot of drama. Whew chile! View this email in your browser 28 – 01 – 2019 This is Zikoko’s Game of Votes Weekly Dispatch. We share the most important things leading up to the 2019 General Elections, and why they matter. 5pm. Every Monday. Stay woke. IT’S 19 DAYS TO THE GENERAL […]
Last week’s #GameofVotes talked about the Buhari government sneaking in social media regulation through the backdoor because vigilant Nigerians rejected it at the front door.
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On last week’s #GameofVotes, we talked about INEC’s best strategy to fight vote-buying and the trials of Nigerian travellers.
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