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3 Aug 2018
Nigerians have been warned not to be deceived by the gale of defection across the country, but to be focused on choosing leaders with vision and interest of the people at heart. The 15 youth leaders, who spoke to The Guardian yesterday, said they were not intimidated by the macabre dance by the older politicians.…
25 Jul 2018
Young Nigerians have condemned the rising spate of vote buying especially during the July 14 governorship polls in Ekiti elections, describing it as a threat to youth’s political participation in the country.

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