Report on the Nigerian General Election of 2011 and the main policies of President Goodluck Jonathan


Nigeria went through a feast of elections in April. The first round started on 9th April with elections for the House of Representatives and Senate, the bicameral parliament. The second round took place on 16th April for a new president; and the final round took place on 26th April for state governors and state assemblies....

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