Teaching Comparative Government and Politics

Sunday, April 03, 2011

Q&A on Nigerian elections

John Unruh-Friesen, who teaches at Hopkins HS in Minnetonka, Minnesota, posted a link to a BBC backgrounder on the Nigerian elections that I'd missed. After the main article, there are links to several other good BBC reports. Check them out.

A bonus on Unruh-Friesen's site is a link to a Buhari campaign web site.

Q&A: Nigeria elections
Three rounds of national elections start on 2 April [postponed until 4 April] in Nigeria, Africa's most populous nation. Members of the National Assembly are to be chosen first, followed by the president a week later and then the 36 powerful governors of Nigeria's states on 16 April…

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