Chris Fomunyoh

Regional Director for Africa at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs

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Regional Director for Africa at the National Democratic Institute for International Affairs, established in 1983 and funded by the US Congress to promote and support democracy around the world

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Nigerians witnessed an historic first this week, the
peaceful transfer of power from one civilian president to another.    Despite this first after  the nation 's long
history of…

Can Nigeria's New President Bring Reform and Stability?

Nigerians witnessed an historic first this week, the peaceful transfer of power from one civilian president to another.   Despite this first after the nation 's long history of…

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