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Nigeria 2023 elections: How data can drive participation

By Reuters
08 November 2022   |   5:16 am
Stears, a pan-African data and intelligence company says its newly launched open data project, Stears elections is designed to fill the information gap witnessed in past elections in Nigeria.

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