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How IBB annulled the June 24, 1993 presidential election

By Guardian Exclusive
24 June 2020   |   10:05 am
On this day, June 24, 1993, military dictator, General Ibrahim Babangida, nullified the freest, fairest, and most peaceful election in Nigeria's history - the June 12 presidential election won by Chief Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola.⁣⁣

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