This would be a significant moment not only for Nigeria but for the wider region. A successful, peaceful election in the continent’s largest democracy and the economy would send an important message at a time when many believe Africa’s democratic processes are in decline – particularly given the ongoing instability in Burkina Faso after January’s coup d’état.
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