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On today’s show, we take a closer look at the Nigerian elections, one of the most hotly contested elections on the African continent. After six weeks of delays over "security concerns," former Nigerian dictator Muhammadu Buhari emerged as the democratically elected successor to Goodluck Jonathan. David Stevens of Fireside Research discusses the results with host David Alpern and gives a preview of other elections taking place across the African continent this year.
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