Tell Your Election Story Wherever You Are In Nigeria

Are you ready to vote and make your voice heard in the upcoming gubernatorial and house of representatives elections in Nigeria? This is your chance to make a difference in your community and your country. Retna, an open source image library for African images has created a portal for you to share, and see the latest updates and information about the elections.

With Retna’s election portal, you can upload images of events and updates in your polling unit before, during and after voting, and share them with the world. This is a chance to showcase the vibrant and diverse nature of Nigerian democracy, and to make a powerful statement about the importance of your right to vote.

By signing up and uploading your images, you will be joining a community of engaged and patriotic Nigerians from all around the country who are passionate about shaping the future of our great nation. Together, we can send a message of hope and inspiration to the world, and show that Nigerians are committed to building a better future for ourselves and for generations to come.

So don’t wait any longer – visit the portal, get started today and share your images with the world. Together, we can make this election a truly historic moment for Nigeria.

You can also join the conversation on Twitter or follow us on Instagram.

About Retna

Retna, a free library of high-quality photos of Africa and Africans, launched in public beta in 2022, featuring a vast collection of photos contributed by talented photographers across Africa. Retna aims to challenge stereotypes and showcase Africa’s diversity through the eyes of its people while empowering African photographers and creatives, providing greater exposure, extra income, and vital education and resources to navigate the business side of creative work effectively.

Media Contact:

Kalu Arunsi: [email protected]


Post navigation

Empowering Nigeria’s Democracy: A Spotlight on Sokoto

2023 Nigerian Elections: Innovation, Transparency, and Voter Impact

Peaceful Elections Aren’t Myths: Retna Elections’ view from Edo State