2023 election: Nigerians preach peace ahead of official result announcement
By Guardian Exclusive
27 February 2023 | 10:18 am
As the voting ends and the collation of results continued across the country, Nigerians have continued to preach peace ahead of the official declaration of results. GuardianTV spoke with a few Nigerians and here is their advice.
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