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The President we want in 2023 – Nigerians

By Guardian Exclusive
25 May 2022   |   5:32 am
It is now less than 12 months to the 2023 general election, and different politicians have indicated interest to pilot the affairs of Nigeria. Both inter and intra-party politics have begun to take place within the parties. GuardianTV went out to speak with a cross-section of Nigerians and this is what they have to say about the President they want in 2023.

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