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Super Eagles Star Ahmed Musa Buys N31m Mercedes Benz V Class 2019 Zero KM 0 0
     
   
NEW -  Super Eagles Star Ahmed Musa Buys N31m Mercedes Benz V Class 2019 Zero KM
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Super Eagles striker Ahmed Musa purchased a Mercedes Benz V Class 2019 Zero KM worth N31m shortly after he moved to Saudi Professional League side Al Nassr.
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Though Ahmed Musa did not directly confirm that he bought the Mercedes Benz V Class 2019 Zero KM worth worth thirty-one million naira or $87200, however the new purchase was announced on the official Instagram account of a Dubai based businessman, Mompha who tagged the Super Eagles player in his post.
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Wooed.......Nice and magnificent one from musa

#3
Congratulations to musa..nice one

#4
Wow



Nice car


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#5
Wow. This is awesome. Musa is getting good oil money.
The more you walk, the close you get. 
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[font=Charter, Helvetica, 华文细黑]President Muhammadu Buhari has finally reacted to the postponement of the 2019 presidential election by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC). The President in a statement he signed personally, expressed his disappointment over the postponement. Buhari said: “I am deeply disappointed that despite the long notice given and our preparations both locally and internationally, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) postponed the Presidential and National Assembly elections within hours of its commencement.”[/font]

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[font=Charter, Helvetica, 华文细黑]Buhari added: “Many Nigerians have traveled to various locations to exercise their right to vote, and international observers are gathered. INEC themselves have given assurances, day after day and almost hour after hour that they are in complete readiness for the elections. We and all our citizens believed them. This administration has ensured that we do not interfere in any way with the work of INEC except to ensure that all funds were released to the commission.”[/font]

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[font=Charter, Helvetica, 华文细黑]The President urged for election materials to be delivered safely, going further to plead with Independent National Electoral Commission to remain neutral in the electoral process: “We now urge INEC to ensure not only that materials already distributed are safe and do not get into wrong hands, but that everything is done to avoid the lapses that resulted in this unfortunate postponement, and ensure a free and fair election on the rescheduled dates.[/font]

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[font=Charter, Helvetica, 华文细黑]Buhari added: “While I reaffirm my strong commitment to the independence, neutrality of the electoral umpire and the sanctity of the electoral process and ballot, I urge all political stakeholders and Nigerians to continue to rally round INEC at this trying national moment in our democratic journey. I, therefore, appeal to all Nigerians to refrain from all civil disorder and remain peaceful, patriotic and united to ensure that no force or conspiracy derail our democratic development. I have decided to move back to Abuja to ensure that the 14.00 hrs meeting called by INEC with all stakeholders is successful.”[/font]

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[font=Charter, Helvetica, 华文细黑]INEC announced the postponement of the 2019 general elections in the early hours of Saturday morning having gone into a meeting on Friday night while there were mooted suggestions going around that the elections would be postponed. According to INEC, the presidential elections would now hold on February 23, with the governorship to hold on March 9. [Culled from DailyPost].[/font]

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[font=Charter, Helvetica, 华文细黑]What do you think of Buhari’s statement about the postponed elections? How has the postponement affected you? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section.[/font]

#7
This guy has arrived, he is showing class and taste

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