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20 years of democracy: Nigerians speak

By Guardian Exclusive
29 May 2019   |   8:26 am
Today marks 20 years since the military handed over power to a democratically elected civilian government. But how has Nigeria fared in the past two decades of uninterrupted democratic rule?

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