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Motherhood looks great on loved Nollywood actress, Funke Akindele. The new mother of two adorable twin boys recently shared a photo of herself looking exquisite in native owambe outfit a she stepped out for an event.
Many fans could not help but admire the beauty who seems to be enjoying her new life as mama Ibeji. Looking almost regal she posed in the brown lacey outfit and finished the look with a stylish gele and classy earrings.
2018 was definitely a great year for the actress who is still the fans’ favourite with her hilarious episodes of Jenifa’s Diaries that millions across the country watch weekly on television. It was also a blessing that she welcomed her first set of twin boys with her man, JJC Skillz.
Interestingly, it looks almost impossible just a short while ago when a certain Prophet Olagoroye Faleyimu predicted that the actress will never bore children and that her destiny was to be filthy rich but at the cost of her having kids on earth.
All that seems like tales now that she is a happy mother of not one but two children. It also a plus that she looks even more beautiful since she welcomed her bundles of joy.
The Independent National Electoral Commission, (INEC) has outlined seven important steps that must be followed by voters in the 2019 general elections.
The electoral umpire made the revelation via its verified Twitter handle on Thursday, 10th January, 2019.
Give reaction or reply to this topic to see the hidden content. recalls that as earlier disclosed by INEC, the Presidential and National Assembly elections are expected to hold on February 16, 2019 while the governorship and state legislative elections will hold on March 2, 2019. The seven steps listed by INEC for voting are:
Upon arrival at the polling unit, joins the queue and present yourself to the INEC official (APO111) at the polling unit who will determine whether you are at the correct polling unit and check if the photograph on the Permanent Voter Card (PVC) matches your face. If satisfied, he/she will direct you to the next INEC official (APO1).
The official (APO1) will request for your PVC to confirm that your card is genuine and your details, using the smart card reader. He/she will ask you to place your finger on the card reader to confirm that the PVC belongs to you by ascertaining, the card reader will contains the name, photograph and finger prints of all those registered in their polling unit.
You will then meet the next official (APO11) who will request for your PVC to confirm that your name and details are in the voters register. Your name will be ticked and your PVC returned to you. He/ she will then apply indelible ink to the cuticle of your appropriate finger for that election to show you have been accredited to vote. (If your name is not found on the register, you will not be allowed to vote).
The presiding officer (PO) stamps, signs and endorses the date at the back of the Ballot Paper. The PO will roll the ballot paper inwardly with the printed side inwards and give to you. He /she will then direct you to the voting cubicle where you vote in secret.
You will stain your appropriate finger for the election with the ink provided then use your stained finger to mark the space or box provided on the ballot paper for your preferred candidate/party. Roll the marked ballot paper (in the manner the PO gave to
Then leave the voting cubicle and drop the ballot paper in the ballot box in full view of people at the polling unit.
You will then leave the polling unit or wait if you so choose in an orderly and peaceful manner to work the process up to the declaration of result.
N.B. The result of each polling unit shall be pasted at the unit and for everyone to see.