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CODE, Nigerian Civil Society Organisation Headed by Hamza Lawal To Monitor US Elections

No! No! No! I cannot keep calm! 

My friend Hamza Lawal just announced that his organisation , Connected Development CODE has just been accredited to monitor the US Elections Next month. 

The International Republican Institute (IRI) made the recommendation and put the leading Nigerian Civil Society Organization (CSO), Connected Development [CODE] in Observer Accreditation status in the State of Colorado for the upcoming November 8th 2016 US Presidential Elections. 
The participants constituting of young people are expected to join other observers in the United States to ensure a credible and transparent polls in the coming elections.

This is a great one!

Hamza is also a loving husband who attends most events with his wife. I admire him for that and then the above.

Check out how News Ghana is reporting it!

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