21 years after military rule: Nigerians assess democracy
By Guardian Exclusive
29 May 2020 | 10:54 am
Nigeria after 21 years of military rule return to civil rule in 1999. From 1999 to date, we have had four president and these men have made several choices that has shaped where we are today. GuardianTV spoke with Nigerians to get their assessment of the Nigeria democracy.
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