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Happy Democracy Day: Lessons Learnt From Nigeria’s Democracy
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<p><strong>The democratic experience in Nigeria has definitely been a continuing learning curve, and the more lessons we learn at various active centres: people, platforms and processes, the richer our democracy, the stronger the society evolves to deliver a brighter future for the sovereign.</strong></p>
<p>The greatest residue of our democracy in the last 19 years (1999–2018), I think, is the manner in which our community has been enriched by lessons that have practically changed our lives. The democratic deficit is less than the gain; for us, democracy is essentially liberative and should endure.</p>
<p>It is partly the reason why no matter the observed shortcomings of the five- month old Buhari administration, the Nigerian people remain optimistic about their belief in the viability of the democratic option.</p>
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