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SNAP, UPLOAD AND SHARE: Join The Social Media Photo Campaign And Win: #LivingWhereilive

As Nigeria's marks yet another anniversary, what better way to show love for our mother land than celebrating our different areas. LivingWhereILive is a social media photo campaign focused on showing areas in Lagos and its environs through positive pictures.

The ultimate goal of this campaign is to encourage people of different communities in Lagos to rep their favorite areas using positive pictures showing their favorite spots, where they work or go to school, where they shop or where they just hangout and to reward participants and the community with the winning picture with prizes.

The "Living Where I Live" campaign is hosted by Lamudi Nigeria and is supported by Best Man Games, Street Shooters, InstaLagos, Snap It Oga, Monochrome Lagos, Logo and Lord Albert pictures, amongst others. Individuals are encouraged to send in photographs and videos of their neighborhoods.

The campaign will be run on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

To participate, individuals can visit Lamudi Nigeria on Facebook and enter the Living Where I Live campaign. Upload the picture of your favorite area, enter a caption including the location where the picture was taken, enter your email address and enter the competition. Alternatively, participants can post photos on Instagram and Twitter including the hashtag #LivingWhereILive

Winners will be announced on the individual and community category. The winning community will get photo studio equipments for their school of choice.

For more information visit http://www.lamudi.com.ng/journal/livingwhereilive/

About Lamudi
Launched in 2013, Lamudi is a global property portal focusing exclusively on emerging markets. The fast-growing platform is currently available in 28 countries in Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Latin America, with more than 600,000 real estate listings across its global network. The leading real estate marketplace offers sellers, buyers, landlords and renters a secure and easy-to-use platform to find or list properties online.

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