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Nigerian election: ‘Obidient’ movement sparks youth frenzy

Young Nigerians who say they have grown tired of older politicians are mobilizing behind a candidate they consider more youthful and who promises real solutions to their problems. DW takes a closer look at Peter Obi.

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