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Nigerian Senate passes June 12 Bill, five others

Nigerian Senate passes June 12 Bill, five others.

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Nigeria, with an estimated population of about 200 million people, celebrates 21 years of returning to democratic rule on what is now known as inauguration day today June 12. GuardianTV takes a look at how far and how well the Nigerian democracy has come after 21 years after returning to civil rule.
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