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All you need to know about a mobile camping home you can take anywhere but costs $350,000

A recent innovation has birthed a mobile home, Romotow. Romotow is due to be launched in 2020 and it is to provide a camping luxury you can enjoy away from home. It also affords anyone the convenience of taking it anywhere desired as the facility is largely mobile, report says. Designed by a New Zealand based architectural and interior design firm, W2, Romotow promises a “stress free, spacious and comfy escape for all sorts exciting outdoor adventures.” The mobile home is built around delivering spacious and convenient living area in a compact box. It is versatile. You could use a Romotow as a caravan for your vacation. The rest of the year it could become your backyard office. Companies could find many uses for a design like this at trade shows or outdoor events. Meanwhile, Romotow doesn't come cheap. As revealed by Daily Mail, the mobile home is expected to cost a whopping $350,000 (£270,000). It has been described has a futuristic trailer that can swivel

Fielding unpopular candidates will add no electoral value to President Buhari - APC Chieftain

Amb. G. C. Oyibode, Delta North APC senatorial aspirant   A Delta North senatorial aspirant of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in the supposed to be held October APC senatorial primaries, Ambassador Gabriel Chukwuma Oyibode has made it clear that the APC would find it difficult to get the required votes to deliver President Muhammadu Buhari, in the 2019 Presidential Election, if the party adopts a system of fielding unpopular candidates in the forthcoming elections. Amb. Oyibode who described the exercise that produced Hon. Doris Uboh as the Delta North APC senatorial candidate as a “kangaroo election” alleged that he was illegally excluded from the contest after he duly completed the processes as required by the constitution of the party and by law to vie for the party's Delta North senatorial ticket. He stated that unpopular candidates, who emerged from a process that is at best a mockery of democracy, would add no electoral value to the reelection of President Buhari