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20 Mar 2019
On Guardian Talks, we discuss the 2019 general elections held in Nigeria on 23 February and March 9, 2019.
11 Mar 2019
2019 Elections: Tinubu mocks Saraki over Kwara elections.
5 Mar 2019
Don't go to court, 39 Presidential candidates tell Atiku.
5 Mar 2019
2019 Elections: Why we must go to a tribunal - PDP
1 Mar 2019
PDP alleges plot by Amaechi, Akpabio to disrupt governorship elections.
1 Mar 2019
GuardianTV chronicle the just concluded 2019 presidential election.
27 Feb 2019
In the Spirit of Valentine, CNBC Africa spoke to Nigerians on the street of Lagos about their opinions on whether money is more important than love. We also asked how they expect the 2019 elections to impact Valentine day celebration in Lagos.
27 Feb 2019
Nigeria missed opportunity to improve on electoral process, says YIAGA.
26 Feb 2019
Nigeria elections: opposition party claims vote rigging as Buhari in the lead.
25 Feb 2019
This Corp member and INEC Ad-hoc staff is drawing praises for his bravery and kindness. Adaji Omonu, a fresh graduate, was captured carrying a fellow Corp member to safety after thugs attacked their polling unit.
24 Feb 2019
Interest in Nigeria’s elections stretch from Kano in the north to Cape Town in the south; Statistics South Africa estimates that over 300 000 Nigerians live in SA. Many of them are watching today’s elections hoping for change.
24 Feb 2019
The National Leader of the All Progressives Congress, Asiwaju Bola Ahmed Tinubu, has frowned at those questioning what bullion vans were doing in his Bourdillon home in Ikoyi, Lagos State a day before the commencement of the 2019 general elections.

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