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2023 Presidency: Afenifere leaders back Tinubu’s ambition

By TVC News Nigeria
09 April 2021   |   12:12 pm
Traditional leaders in Ondo State have revealed that they will be supporting the ambition of Bola Tinubu in 2023 as President of Nigeria.

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