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Tecno presents the perfect camera phone for you

The TECNO Camon C9 is the most astounding smartphone ever from TECNO Mobile, expressly designed to serve as the perfect camera phone with its dual flash 13 MP camera in the rear and another 13 MP in the front.
It makes sense that TECNO would try its hardest to show that, despite the device being a predecessor to the Camon C8, there have been loads of changes to ensure that it stands out immensely, you can be sure that this device looks nothing like the previous model. And so, it only makes sense that a device with such amazing camera ability would require a tour around the country. They call it the C9ja tour, and Abuja was their second state. You can read more on their Ibadan escapades here.
They got to Abuja late in the evening after spending a good number of their travel time fixing their vehicle on the way. Settling down for a few minutes, they set out to get a taste of what Nightlife in Abuja entailed. A late dinner at Mama Cass, and some Suya & Mosa afterwards ensured that they were set for the day.
Abuja is famous for a lot of recreational spots and parks. The C9ja crew went sight seeing, taking stops intermittently to capture every beautiful sight with the Camon C9. Their first stop, of course, was the Welcome to Abuja spot. They had gotten to Abuja really late the day before, and couldn’t do this.
From then on, they moved to the Abuja National Mosque, also known as the Nigerian National Mosque, situated on Independence Avenue, across from the National Christian Centre, where they also did a stop.
After a quick stop at the monumental Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) House, in the Business Central District of Abuja, they headed for the Gurara Waterfalls. But as you well know, rising spectacularly immediately north of Nigeria’s capital Abuja, along the main road from Abuja to Kaduna, is the Zuma Rock. A large monolith composed of gabbro and granodiorite. The Gbagyi people used it for a defensive retreat against invading neighboring tribes during intertribal warring years back. Sometimes referred to as the “Gateway to Abuja”, the Zuma rock is depicted on the 100-naira note.
This team of tourists visited Gurara falls afterwards, while they took the climb down the fall, they captured the beautiful falls and moments with their Camon C9. An hour and a half later, they were set to explore their next stop.
The Millennium Park was their last stop for the day. It had a hassle-free ambience with lots of a lot of smiling faces, happy children running around, and groups of people engaging in one fun activity or the other. It was Fathers’ day; and you couldn’t help but notice bonding moments between parents and their kids. It was altogether a serene environment, and they even got to play African Basketball. The African Basketball is a game where a number of goodies are placed on the ground in rows and columns, the player is given a couple of loops for a fee, and allowed to throw them at the goodies till they get exhausted. Whatever the loop falls into, the player gets to take home. This has been in existence since 1984, and it doesn’t just sound like fun, it was fun.
Abuja sure sounds like a great experience for them, and with the presence of their celebrity tourist, VJ Adams to experience it all with them, we can be sure it was even more fun. The next morning they set out for Enugu – the coal city.
You can follow their entire journey to #C9ja on social media here, here and here. And you can also get a virtual tour here.

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