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Voting went smoothly says Former Presidential Candidate Remi Sonaiya

By CNBC
25 February 2019   |   5:10 am
As Nigeria heads to the polls CNBC Africa spoke to Former Presidential Candidate, Kowa Party, Remi Sonaiya, for an update of her experience when she cast her vote.

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