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President Buhari Bans 50 High Profile Nigerians from Travelling Abroad

The President of Nigeria, Mohammadu Buhari, has placed a ban on 50 prominent Nigerians in the opposition - PDP, from travelling abroad. Is this right, given there's less than 6 months to a general election?

President Buhari Bans 50 High Profile Nigerians from Travelling Abroad
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