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Observers Say Nigerian Elections Marred by Vote Fraud

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Observers Say Nigerian Elections Marred by Vote Fraud

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Observers Say Nigerian Elections Marred by Vote Fraud

Observers Say Nigerian Elections Marred by Vote Fraud

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In Nigeria's presidential election, incumbent President Olusegun Obasanjo leads rival Muhammadu Buhari with 61 percent of the vote. But international election monitors say there is mounting evidence of vote fraud, including ballot-stuffing and intimidation. Hear NPR's Jason Beaubien.

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