Politics is about permanent interest – Olayinka Ola-Daniels
By TVC News Nigeria
11 June 2019 | 12:11 pm
On TVC Breakfast, Political Affairs Analyst, Olayinka Ola-Daniels sheds more light on what to expect from today's 9th NASS election.
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Despite being on trial for corruption charges, Israel's longest-serving prime minister, Benjamin Netanyahu, is hoping to make a comeback as Israelis vote in their five election in less than four years. The conservative leader was ousted just 16 months ago by a diverse coalition that united against him but ultimately fell apart.
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