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A string of inconsistencies of the Nigerian Supreme Court

By Guardian Exclusive
15 February 2020   |   3:10 pm
A country where the citizens are worried that their votes no longer count because their mandate can easily be taken away from them by the Supreme Court. ⁣⁣ ⁣⁣ The multi-award-winning columnist and Executive Head of The Guardian's Editorial Board, Martins Oloja, takes an analytical look at this issue in the latest instalment of ‘Inside Stuff.⁣⁣

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