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How Nigeria and Ghana avoided bloodshed in last Presidential polls – Gowon

By OakTV
19 February 2018   |   9:30 am
Nigeria's former military Head of State, Gen. Yakubu Gowon on Thursday, February 15 in Abuja lauded the attitudes of Nigeria and Ghana in the conducts of their last presidential polls.

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