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CUPP accuses Buhari, APC of plot to frustrate 2019 polls

By OakTV
06 December 2018   |   1:23 pm
The Coalition of United Political Parties (CUPP) says, "the only way President Muhammadu Buhari can prove he is not cloned is to come home as a true Nigerian leader and sign the 2018 amended Electoral Bill into law.”

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