Key security concerns for Nigeria in 2019
15 January 2019 | 3:47 pm
With just over a Month to Nigeria's General election, Onyekachi Adekoya, Managing Director at PR24 Nigeria joins me to discuss some key concerns for security in Nigeria this year.
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Too stylish for political party t-shirts and caps, some fashionistas in Nigeria are donning the colours and faces of their preferred candidates for a presidential election this month. Ahead of the Feb. 25 vote, political rallies have become catwalks for colourful printed fabrics twisted into elaborate dresses, tunics and headscarves.
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