Observers say dozens killed in Nigeria poll violence

A road leading to a collation centre is blocked, as Nigerians await the result of the Presidential election, in Abuja, Nigeria February 24, 2019. REUTERS/Gbemileke Awodoye

ABUJA (Reuters) – As many as 39 people were killed in election violence so far in Nigeria, civil society groups said on Sunday, as the country awaits the results of voting in what is forecast to be its tightest election since the end of military rule in 1999. The number of deaths reported by Sunday […]

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