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Is it important to live in democracy, Nigeria as a discourse.

Is it important to live in a democracy?Democracy is system of government where by the power to elect a representative rests on the hands of the citizens. It is a form of government that allows the citizens of a particular country elect their representative to represent and speak for their interests through fair and credible election. Conventionally, over 20 countries practise Democratic system of government in the world. Precisely, about 13 in African continent. However, to be consice and…See More
Oct 8, 2018
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Is it important to live in democracy, Nigeria as a discourse.

Is it important to live in a democracy?Democracy is system of government where by the power to elect a representative rests on the hands of the citizens. It is a form of government that allows the citizens of a particular country elect their representative to represent and speak for their interests through fair and credible election. Conventionally, over 20 countries practise Democratic system of government in the world. Precisely, about 13 in African continent. However, to be consice and…See More
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I am Ahmad Adedimeji Amobi, an undergraduate of English from university of Ilorin.
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Is it important to live in democracy, Nigeria as a discourse.

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Is it important to live in a democracy?

Democracy is system of government where by the power to elect a representative rests on the hands of the citizens. It is a form of government that allows the citizens of a particular country elect their representative to represent and speak for their interests through fair and credible election. Conventionally, over 20 countries practise Democratic system of government in the world. Precisely, about 13 in African continent. However, to be consice and… Continue

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