Introducing MobilityNigeria Forums

We are glad to introduce the new MobilityNigeria forums. Some of our discussions here on the blog have attracted so many comments that certain individual pages are becoming quite heavy (especially bearing in mind that mobile phones are often used to access this site).

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As such we have introduced a feature that closes off comments after a period of two weeks of the existence of an article. Yet, there are those who may wish to discuss a particular topic beyond that period. In addition, there are those who have questions outside of the scope of the existing articles here. Individuals who fall into these categories can simply start a thread on the forum to pursue their objectives.

As usual, please follow the rules:

  • Be nice.
  • Keep it clean.
  • No advertising.
  • No spam.
  • No promotion of, or linking to, illegal stuff
  • Stay on topic.
  • Please use proper English. Not everyone understands slangs and/or SMS lingo.

We are purposeful in preserving MobilityNigeria as a rich resource for intelligent exchange of information on all things mobile in Nigeria. Visit the Mobility Nigeria Forums

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2 comments

  1. Adding forum to mobility nigeria is a good idea but i’ve observed that registration can’t be done on the mobile site.

    I’ve accessed the forum link on my pc to register.

    I’ll advice that you let members choose a password they like so it can be easily remembered.

  2. Kayode,

    Its the standard WordPress registration system that the forum uses. A password is mailed to you when you register. This is to verify that the email address you supplied is valid.

    Thereafter, you can login to modify the password to something you can remember.

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