2019 Elections: Kaduna political parties, politicians, students sign peace pact
03 February 2019 | 7:19 am
Political Parties, politicians, parents, and students in Kaduna State have sign a peace pact ahead of the coming general elections. The signing of the peace was part of events designed to remind politicians that god Politics is at the service of peace organized by the Development and Peace Initiative in Kaduna
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