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Nigerians Vote for Governors Weeks After Presidential Upset

Sporadic political violence erupted Saturday in Nigeria, with seven people killed as voters went to the polls to elect governors and other state representatives. Voters were electing 36 state governors, with 29 of the races contested. Turnout appeared to be weaker than in the national presidential election two weeks ago, when Muhammadu Buhari ousted incumbent Goodluck Jonathan. Election monitors reported the seven people were killed in Rivers state, where it was also said that an...

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