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In Five Years Time, Nigeria Would've Grown Higher in Democratic Practices.

Nigeria is yet a democracy but democracy can grow if all stakeholders can participate freely under a just and fair atmosphere . Rule of Law is absent where governments refuse to obey court orders, and elected officials behave like tin gods.

In Five Years Time, Nigeria Would've Grown Higher in Democratic Practices.
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