Check-out some of the pictures from the event.
We are excited to launch our first video from our Nigeria Political History collection.
This 40 seconds video features very rare footage of *Herbert Macaulay* and Chief Amodu Tijani, the Oluwa of Lagos, in London in 1920. Herbert Macaulay and Oluwa had travelled to London to fight the famous Apapa Land cases at the Privy Council, which gave Indigenes the right to ownership of land, which the Colonial authorities had taken from them.
Participate in the social media movement, Pledge To Vote, aimed at encouraging Nigerians to make a pledge to exercise their democratic rights to vote in the upcoming elections.
How do you make a pledge to vote? It's simple!
1. Visit www.PledgeToVoteNigeria.com
2. Type in your first name to generate your customized Pledge To Vote badge
3. Share your badge on social media and nominate two people to make a pledge too!
We've recently launched an Elections Hub where you can stay informed on the latest news leading up to the general elections. News and video content around the elections are surfaced on the Hub and can be viewed on mobile, tablets and desktop devices.
To learn more go to www.google.ng/elections
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