Tecno mobile to host C9ja tour

TECNO Mobile sees a grand future where smart phones will serve as the sole source of reminiscing and going back on moments for millions of Africans, young and old, and have tailored its smart phones to be a focal point in creating these memories.The latest device from the brand, the TECNO Camon C9, is a major show of this.

 

The Camon C9 was designed to serve as the perfect camera phone with its dual flash 13 MPfront and rear camera. To showcase the amazing camera ability ofthedevice, TECNO Mobile organized a tour around the country. It called it the C9ja tour, and they went from Lagos toIbadan, Abuja,Enugu, Calabar, and then back to Lagos. The grand aim was to capture every unique and fascinating sights as a corroboration with the idea that a life well lived is a collection of moments.

 

Armed with the new TECNO Camon C9, the C9ja tour crew, which included the TECNOGram Winners and the celebrity tourist – V.J Adams, headed to Ibadan on the 16th of June. In Ibadan, they visited the zoo, from where they made it toAgodi Gardens; a serene 62-hectare property located off Parliament Road. The second day started with a visit to Mapo Hall, a City Hall built many years back with the intention to create an interaction between the state and the average civilian, and then the Bower Tower, a tower that sits beautifully at a strategic position where you can catch a beautiful view of the city itself.

 

 

Leaving Ibadan, the crew went sight seeing in Abuja, taking stops intermittently to capture every beautiful sight with the Camon C9. They visited the Abuja National Mosque, situated on Independence Avenue, across from the National Christian Centre, where they also did a stop.You could deduce it was an exciting experience, from quick stops at the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) House, in the Business Central District of Abuja, to the infamous Zuma Rock(a large monolith formerly used by the Gbagyi people as a defensive retreat against invading neighboring tribes during intertribal warring years),Gurara Waterfalls, and finally the Millennium Park where they enjoyed the serene environment, and played the African Basketball.

 

 

 

 

These pictures captured with the Camon C9 tell a story of the wonderful time they had in Abuja and Ibadan. You can follow their entire #C9ja journey on social media here, here and here. And you can also get a virtual tour and view more pictures captured with the Camon C9here.

 

 

 

 

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