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The new FieldSense technology in Madden 23



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The annual Madden franchise is currently in uncharted territory with its latest installment, Madden NFL 23. A legend of American football both on and off the field, the man whose name was synonymous with the franchise, John Madden, passed away just before the year 2022 began. As a result, the game that was released this year is the first Madden game since he passed away. It is obvious that EA Sports wanted to pay tribute to the individual, and the company has done an outstanding job of doing so. The remaining portions of the game, on the other hand, have more of an impression of aimlessly going through the motions.

The presentation of Madden NFL 23 and the commentary that plays during each game contribute significantly to the overall impression that players get of participating in a genuine madden 23 blitz promo. The process of controlling players, on the other hand, is unremarkable and conforms to the tired old Madden stereotype that bedevils the franchise each and every year. When it functions properly, the new FieldSense technology in Madden 23, which represents the game’s most significant gameplay advancement, is fantastic; however, when it does not, it can be extremely frustrating. Sadly, the second possibility is much more likely to materialize than the first.

Completing challenges in Ultimate Team or guiding custom characters to victory in Face of the Franchise are both fun things to do in the Madden game that was released this year, so the game wasn’t a complete failure. The problem is that Madden 23 does not have anything that distinguishes it from its previous iterations, which means that the fun will only last for a finite amount of time. Continue reading for our comprehensive analysis of Madden NFL 23.

Experienced Madden players will feel as though they are starting over on a bicycle after being away for a year when they turn on Madden NFL 23 for the first time. This feeling of being at home is ultimately beneficial, as it enables players to get started with relatively little effort on their part. Fans who are not familiar with Madden will have a steeper learning curve, particularly due to the new artificial intelligence (AI) and animation systems, but the game’s fundamental controls are not difficult to master. When playing against the computer, it won’t be too difficult to string together a scoring drive after some time has passed.

The aforementioned FieldSense, which is an overhaul of the fundamental gameplay technology under the hood, is the most significant new feature included in Madden NFL 23. From the manner in which running backs carry the ball to the exchanges that take place between offensive and defensive players, FieldSense is designed to lend an additional dimension of realism to the overall experience. There are fleeting instances in which those goals are realized, but the overall system is plagued by a lack of consistency that makes it difficult to make Madden 23 coins.

Gang tackles serve as an excellent metaphor for FieldSense’s many shortcomings. Occasionally, the animations have a fluid quality, such as when multiple defenders tackle a running back at the line of scrimmage. At other times, the person carrying the ball seems to ping-pong off of multiple people before eventually falling down on his own. When it is functioning properly, the FieldSense system gives the impression of being very impressive, which contributes to the simulation’s sense of realism. However, if FieldSense isn’t working properly, it completely destroys any sense of immersion you may have had before.

Because the new ball-aiming features are not nearly as revolutionary as they have been made out to be, the passing game is even more unreliable than it already was. Through a combination of button presses that don’t quite make sense to the naked eye, Madden NFL 23 enables players to aim a pass with pinpoint accuracy. It has the feel of a system that was designed specifically for competitive Madden players: While holding down a trigger button and pressing a shoulder button and pressing the button that corresponds to the intended receiver and aiming the pass with an analog stick, the player must perform all of these actions simultaneously.(This is actually one of the choices available to you.)However, this system causes more frustration than anything else for a fan who only watches the game occasionally. It feels like a slap in the face to watch the screen display the words “perfect accuracy” as a pass sail into the hands of an opponent player while at the same time watching the pass be intercepted.

The first portion of Madden NFL 23, which is referred to as the Madden Legacy game, is an incredible homage to John Madden. It takes the form of a simulated tutorial. The game claims that the rosters feature some of Madden’s all-time favorite players, and the teams compete in one of two conferences: the National Football Conference (NFC) or the American Football Conference (AFC). In terms of serving as a tutorial, it is effective. However, in terms of paying tribute, it is without a doubt one of the most touching eulogies that a content game has ever presented. Although Madden Legacy does not in and of itself justify the purchase price of the game, the production value is very high.

There are a few distinct paths to take when it comes to the remaining aspects of the game’s content. Play Now exhibition modes; a franchise mode that lets you manage the team as you progress through seasons; a story mode called Face Of The Franchise; and Madden Ultimate Team, the microtransaction-riddled, card-based build-a-team mode that has been the focus of the series for a while now. These are the different game modes that are available to you in the Madden video game series. A few of these modes are also available to be played over the internet.

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Thabo Mbeki to lead Commonwealth observers for Nigerian elections



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Former President of South Africa, H.E. Thabo Mbeki, will lead a team of Commonwealth election observers to Nigeria, which will be holding Africa’s largest democratic exercise later this month when it holds general elections on 25 February 2023.

Commonwealth Secretary-General, the Rt Hon Patricia Scotland KC, constituted the Commonwealth Observer Group following an invitation from Nigeria’s Independent National Electoral Commission.

As of January 2023, an estimated 93.4 million registered voters will have the right to cast ballots for presidential and national assembly candidates in 176,846 polling units across 774 local government areas.

Announcing the group, the Commonwealth Secretary-General said:

“The Commonwealth remains a committed and reliable partner in Nigeria’s continuing journey towards peaceful democratic governance. Since 1999, we have observed all six general elections in Nigeria and the deployment of this observer group is a testament to the Commonwealth’s enduring support for the promotion of the culture, processes and institutions of democracy in Nigeria.

“In accordance with the values and principles of the Commonwealth Charter, the work of the group seeks to promote transparency, strengthen democracy and the rule of law, and protect the right of the people of Nigeria to participate in credible, transparent and inclusive elections to shape their society.

“This month’s elections hold immense significance not just for Nigeria, but for the entire African continent and the wider democratic world. It is, therefore, essential that all stakeholders in Nigeria reaffirm their shared commitment to ensuring a peaceful election environment which is conducive to the free exercise of people’s franchise and in which fundamental freedoms and rights are respected.”

She also expressed her appreciation to President Mbeki for accepting her invitation to lead the group and to each observer for agreeing to undertake this important assignment on behalf of the Commonwealth.

The mandate of the group, which is independent and impartial, is to observe the preparations for the election, the polling, counting and the results process, and the overall electoral environment. The observers will assess the conduct of the process as a whole and, where appropriate, make recommendations for the strengthening of the electoral system in Nigeria.

Before deployment to different parts of Nigeria, the group will also have briefings with the electoral authorities, political parties, law enforcement agencies, the media and civil society groups representing women, youth and people with disabilities.

Upon completion of its assignment, the group will submit its recommendations in a report to the Commonwealth Secretary-General, who will forward it to the Government of Nigeria, the Independent National Electoral Commission, the leadership of political parties taking part in the elections and all Commonwealth governments. The report will be made public afterwards.

The Commonwealth Observer Group comprises 16 eminent persons from around the Commonwealth, including politicians, diplomats and experts in law, human rights, gender equality and election administration. The full team is listed below.

The observers will be in Nigeria from 18 February to 2 March 2023. They will be supported by a staff team from the Commonwealth Secretariat led by Joshua Setipa, Senior Director of the Strategy, Portfolio, Partnerships and Digital Division.

The Commonwealth Observer Group members, in alphabetical order by country name, are:

  • H.E. Thabo Mbeki (Chairperson), Former President, South Africa
  • Ian Browne, Deputy Chief Electoral Officer, Electoral and Boundaries Department, Barbados
  • Hon. Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi, Former Minister of Foreign Affairs,Botswana
  • Dr Andrew Knight, Distinguished Professor, Fulbright scholar and expert in terrorism and security, Canada
  • Tara Chetty, Human rights and gender expert, Fiji
  • Emmanuel Akwetey, Executive Director, Institute for Democratic Governance, Ghana
  • Dr Mohamed Chambas, Former United Nations Special Representative of the Secretary-General for West Africa and the Sahel, Ghana
  • Hon. Amina Mohamed, Former Cabinet Secretary for Sports, Heritage and Culture, and former Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs, Kenya
  • Linda Bonyo, Legal and data analytics expert, Kenya
  • Seabata Motsamai, Chairperson, Lesotho Council of Non-Governmental Organizations, Lesotho
  • Rt. Hon. Martin Ngoga, Speaker, East African Legislative Assembly, Rwanda
  • Hon. Sarah Flood-Beaubrun, Former House Assembly Speaker, Former Minister for Women Affairs and Former Deputy Permanent Representative to the United Nations in New York, Saint Lucia
  • Dr Gregory Mills, Director, Brenthurst Foundation, South Africa
  • Josephine Karungi, Journalist, Uganda
  • Dr Alex Vines, Director, Africa Programme, Chatham House, United Kingdom
  • Kryticous Nshindano, Former Chief Electoral Officer, Zambia Electoral Commission, Zambia


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How to mute someone on Instagram?



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Are you looking to limit your interactions with someone on Instagram or Do you want to stop hearing notifications every time someone messages you on Instagram, Have you had enough of their posts cluttering your feed? Then you’re in luck! In this blog post, we’ll be taking a look at how you can mute someone on Instagram so that you can keep your newsfeed clean and tidy.

Muting someone on Instagram is easy, and you can quickly silence the notifications from someone without having to block them. This allows you to keep up with their posts without being bombarded with notifications

In this article, we will provide a step-by-step guide on how to mute someone on Instagram. We will also explain how to unmute someone if you decide to do so in the future. So, let’s get started!

How to mute someone on Instagram?

If you are new to Instagram and want to get more followers, you can buy Instagram followers to increase their count. Also, Instagram makes it easy to mute people and conversations so you don’t have to see their posts or messages. 

Here’s how to mute someone on Instagram.

Step 1: Tap the chat with the person you want to mute/unmute. You can find chats in your inbox or by tapping the speech bubble icon in the top right of your Instagram home page.

Step 2: Tap the three-dots icon in the top right of your chat.

Step 3: Tap Mute or Unmute next to Mute Messages to mute/unmute someone.

Once you’ve muted someone, you’ll no longer receive notifications for their posts or messages. You can also mute group chats by tapping the three-dots icon in the group chat and tapping Mute.

That’s it! Muting someone on Instagram is a great way to keep your feed and inbox free from unwanted posts and messages. Just remember to unmute that person if you change your mind and want to see their posts or messages again.

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Muting someone on Instagram is a great way to manage your conversations and keep your inbox organized. All you need to do is open the chat with the person you want to mute or unmute, tap the top right of the chat, and tap the mute or unmute button. 

This will allow you to have more control over your conversations and help you stay on top of your notifications. With this feature, you can communicate with people without having to be bombarded by their messages.

Muting someone on Instagram is a great way to keep your conversations organized and your inbox clutter-free. Try it out today to have more control over the messages you receive.


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Jumia appoints Sunil Natraj as new Ghana CEO



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Jumia, the leading e-commerce platform in Africa, has announced the appointment of Sunil Natraj as Ghana’s new Chief Executive Officer. He takes over the leadership mantle from former CEO, Tolulope Thomas.

“I am very excited to take up this enormous responsibility to lead such a great team of enthusiastic professionals. E-commerce is fast growing in Ghana, and I believe the time to drive growth and impact lives in Ghana through the internet is now. I look forward to a successful journey of sustainability and profitability, and I believe that together with all our stakeholders, we will achieve amazing things.” said Sunil Natraj upon his appointment.


Sunil brings with him a wealth of experience; He joined Jumia in 2022 with extensive experience in Sub-saharan Africa. In Jumia, he has been handling the Jumia Express logistics business as VP of Sales and Marketing. In his short time at Jumia, he has worked towards cost definitions and reduction, price definition and standardization, and business development. He has managed and built brands in the region and has handled large businesses with turnovers in excess of USD 150mn per annum. He has been based in Ghana for over 9 years, where he worked for GBFoods – a large food-producing multinational with operations in Europe and Africa. Sunil holds a B.S in Engineering and an MBA from The Indian Institute of Management Calcutta.

He looks forward to driving growth in Jumia’s Ghana operations while working closely with all stakeholders to ensure partner development and consumer satisfaction as the company scales toward profitability.

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Jameson Widens The Circle With Jameson Connects GH 2023: A Celebration of Freedom and Creativity



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Jameson Connects Gh is back and this year’s edition promises to be better elevated and more connected. (more…)

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Guest Blog: Is religion becoming Ghana’s new parliament?



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When religion begins to influence policies that affect every single person, then there is a problem. Religious beliefs are private and personal, but laws are not,” says Alex Kofi Donkor. (more…)

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MTN Ghana Reviews Tariffs Upward




Scancom PLC (MTN Ghana) has announced an upward review of the tariffs of its products and services effective February 07, 2023.

The review is as result of two changes. Firstly, the implementation of the 2.5% statutory adjustment of VAT from 12.5% to 15% across all services. This will impact both Prepaid and Post-paid customers. Secondly, MTN Ghana is proceeding with a 15% average upward review of its mobile data tariffs which was originally announced in November 2022 and was subsequently put on hold. The increase in mobile data tariffs will impact both Pay Monthly and Pay-As-You-Go users. The review in mobile data bundle offers cover products available on the short codes 138 & 170, as well as on purchases through Electronic Voucher Distribution (EVD), MTN Pulse, and Data Zone except for XtraTime.  The data tariff increases do not apply to Fiber Broadband and Fixed Wireless Access (4G Router / Turbonet) customers.

With this review, voice users will receive less airtime due to the VAT implementation, and mobile data customers will receive less data bundle allocations for the same price purchased before the tariff increase was made.

The Chief Commercial Officer for MTN, Mr. Noel Kojo-Ganson, explained the impact by giving an example of how the new pricing will work. He said, following the review, a three cedis airtime purchase before the VAT increase, which previously gave customers 24.4 minutes will now give customers 23.9 minutes, whilst a three cedis data bundle which previously gave customers 471 MBs will now give customers 401 MBs.

Explaining the reason for the upward review of the Data Bundle prices, Mr. Noel Kojo-Ganson said the review was necessitated by the recent economic shifts leading to increasing cost of operations largely due to continuous increase in inflation. “These economic shifts have impacted us directly and for us to ensure we have the right balance for sustaining growth and investments into the network, we have had to consider price increases in various segments of our business.”

Mr. Kojo-Ganson added, “MTN recognises that we are in very tough times and would like to assure our customers that we will continue to offer them the convenience and flexibility in the purchase of data bundles at their desired price points via the MTN Flexi and Non-Expiry Bundles. Also, customers will continue to enjoy the 50% bonus incentive on mobile data purchases via MyMTN App & MoMo (valid for 7 days) for 4G customers”.

MTN remains committed to investing USD1 Billion by 2025 to continue its network expansion and improve the network experience for customers. In line with our Ambition 2025 strategy, our purpose is to lead digital solutions for Africa’s progress.

For more information on the revised prices for the data bundle offers, visit


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