April 17, 2011

Nigeria Out to Prove Something in Prez Vote

Robyn Dixon, Los Angeles Times

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For Nigeria, this vote is about respect. The most populous African country and a major oil producer, it has been a big player in U.N. peacekeeping. But it is known for corruption and flawed balloting.

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