News/March 28, 2015/Wana /3 Comments/11649 views Google Shows Supports For Nigeria With Election Day Doodle [PHOTO]share on:FacebookTwitter Google +Pinterest Linked InEmailSend to Email Address:Your NameYour Email AddressEmail check failed, please try againCancelGoogle has shown support for Nigeria by creating an Election Day doodle. When Google’s homepage is accessed, the Google logo features a rotating ballot box in Nigerian colors. When clicked, it leads to a searchpage for the latest on the elections. Share this:TweetWhatsAppEmail Tags:2015 Nigerian ElectionsGoogleWana previous articleWatch The First Trailer For ‘007: Spectre’next articleASAP Shoki: Orezi Debuts New Hair Style [PHOTO] WanaQuo non Ascendam. Writer. E-mail: email@example.com Related Postsshare Health & Fitness/July 14, 2018 /No Comment Do You Think You Have Depression? There Is A Simple Test To Help You Determine On Googleshare 360News/April 12, 2018 /No Comment Google Launches ‘Google Go’ Today – A Lighter, Faster Way To Search With Everything You Need Just A Tap Away4 Ways You Probably Never Knew You Can Get All You Want From GoogleEU Slaps Google With Record $2.7 Billion Fine For Breaking “Fair Play” RulesBetween The Holy Spirit And Google [Must Read]Celebrating Creativity And Talent At The Youtube Africa Creator Awards 3 comments Pingback: Google Shows Supports For Nigeria With Election Day Doodle [PHOTO] | Penthauze HeadLines Pingback: Google Shows Supports For Nigeria With Election Day Doodle [PHOTO] | Donald360.com Up to this minute 11:38 am accreditation of voters has not commence at polling center 051203022, Government Day secondary School Azare in Bauchi State. The delay is attributed to late arrival of INEC officials who arrived about 40mins ago only to tell voters that they are came with the wrong Card Reading machine and as such will have to return it INEC office for a replacement. We are hoping these patiently waiting voters will not disenfranchised. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.