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Lagos State elections 2023

By Guardian Exclusive
20 March 2023   |   12:26 pm
The excitement of democracy and the opportunity to make their voices heard motivated voters across various parts of Nigeria's commercial capital to come out and vote in the governorship and state houses of assembly elections that took place on Saturday.

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