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About 93.4 million Nigerian voters scattered across the 36 states and the nation’s capital will next month elect a new president. However, each state has its own peculiarity and voting patterns that can shape the overall outcome of a poll. Read on for our 8-part series on the key swing states, and the political personalities who define them.
This is part 1 of a 9-part series
This particular election is a three-horse race, with a new challenger, Peter Obi, shaking up the established order.
A kaleidoscope of political possibilities has opened up as a result, with history not necessarily a useful guide to what comes next.
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