Nigeria Gets N1.2bn from UN for 2015 Elections

United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon

The UN Secretary-General High Level Representative to Nigeria, Dr
Mohammed Ibn Chambas, has announced that the United Nations (UN)
provided 60 million dollars, about N1.2 billion, to ensure the success
of Nigeria’s 2015 general elections.

Chambas disclosed this at a press conference in Abuja on Friday. And
according to him, the UN was interested in Nigeria’s elections because
“the country is too important for the sub-region, the region and the
world at large”. More details later…


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