Obasanjo playing politics: Tinubu reacts to statement
05 February 2018 | 10:20 am
Obasanjo playing politics, Tinubu reacts to statement.
The often controversial president has said he will not take part in elections in June 2022, opting to step down at the end of his term.
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In Madagascar, some of the country's highest authorities are accused of bankrolling teams to create fake profiles on Facebook which then share biased or false information for political gain. These fake Facebook accounts stir up controversy, sing the praises of President Andry Rajoelina and criticise journalists and opposition politicians. The communications minister, accused of playing a key role, denies any wrongdoing. Our correspondents report.
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