Don't touch the tenure limits clause - Mark Amaza

From NigeriansTalk Wed Dec 12 2012, 04:03:52

As Nigeria commences another constitutional amendment process, the second since its return to democracy in 1999, the issue of tenure limits rears its head again. The first time it came up in 2006, it was as the second and final term of former President Olusegun Obasanjo's presidency was drawing to a close. There was a proposed constitutional amendment that governors [...]

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