The ‘Not Too Young To Run’ bill, passed by Nigerian lawmakers in July last year, was signed into law last month. It reduces the presidential age limit from 40 to 35 and reduces governorship positions from 35 to 30.
In Nigeria, young people are increasingly leading change
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TopicsAfrica Current Affairs Elections General Law Nigeria Politics President Buhari Voting rights Youth empower