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Nigeria elections

26 Feb 2019
Nigeria elections: opposition party claims vote rigging as Buhari in the lead.
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.
22 Feb 2019
Nigeria Elections: Voters in Delta ready for election.
19 Feb 2019
INEC's decision to reschedule Nigeria’s elections has been received with mixed reactions, with many pointing its impact on businesses and the economy.
13 Feb 2019
As the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) finally closed collection of PVC's ahead of 2019 elections, Nigerians have been reliving their experiences during the exercise.
13 Feb 2019
As the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) finally closed collection of PVC's ahead of 2019 elections and also heading to the polls, some of the electorates speak to GuardianTV on if their votes do count or not.

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