Silent grumbling shaping northern voters’ slant | The Guardian Nigeria Newspaper - Nigeria and World News

Such grandiose but unmet expectations of utopian welfare system or socialist redistribution of wealth are prevalent among the poor masses in the north based on the mythical rehash of Buhari’s years as a military head of state when warehouses were broken and essential commodities distributed to the people.

~ The Guardian

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