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anzania's former President - Jakaya Kikwete, will lead the Commonwealth Observer Group for the general elections in Nigeria, scheduled for 16 February. Read more

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Trumpet Media Group's findings show that according to the Electoral Commission, voters can indeed use a Pen or Pencil to vote in elections. Read more

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President Obama released a message to the Nigerian people to highlight the opportunity that the upcoming elections present for all Nigerians to stand together in rejecting violence and extremism and instead show their support for a more peaceful Read more

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The Pan-Yoruba summit has warned "that the General Elections scheduled to commence on Saturday, March 28, 2015 MUST not be postponed or jeopardised. Yoruba people will not countenance any form of unelected government, be it Government of National Read more

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I was looking forward to being in Nigeria this weekend, writing a preview for the presidential elections at the end of the month. Not the way every Telegraph reader might want to spend their weekend, I grant you, but by foreign correspondents' Read more

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Who is your choice as the next Governor of Ogun State? Will it be Amosun or Isiaka or Odunsi or Olabode or Olasunbo or Paseda? Cast your vote in this Trumpet Poll now. Read more

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As Nigeria prepares for the rescheduled elections in March 2015, Trumpet conducts a poll to gauge the electorate's choice as the next President. Read more

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As Nigeria prepares for Presidential and Legislative elections on 14 February 2015, researchers have presented a paper to Britain's House of Commons about the multiple challenges facing Nigeria. Read more

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No rigging, no cheating, no thuggery, no intimidation, no fear, no deceit. This is democracy at its practical and sustained best. And after the results are announced, it is 99.9% certain that the results are true reflections of the voting. No fights, Read more

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Zimbabwe’s President Mugabe, has told an election campaign rally that “America must be mad” and “absolutely insane.” Read more

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