Ogun: The mystery 600,000 PVCs

Ogun: The mystery 600,000 PVCs The 1946 Constitution, named after the then Governor of Nigeria, Sir Arthur Richards, was widely opposed by different groups and nationalist parties in the country not only because they were not consulted before it was promulgated but that it did not secure greater participation of Nigerians in the management of their own affairs. Contrary to... 
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Added February 25, 2015
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