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In Nigeria, vote buying just got cheaper

In Nigeria, vote buying just got cheaper
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Afam Emmanuel stood his ground against vote-buying politicians who offered him N20,000 ($100) at the last general elections in 2015. He had a job then and so did his wife. This year, the scenario is different. He lost his job with clothing retailer, Truworth, which closed shop in 2016 after an acute dollar shortage meant…

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