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Bola Tinubu
Photographer: Pius Utomi Ekpei/AFP/Getty Images

Nigeria’s ruling party selected Bola Tinubu as its presidential candidate in elections scheduled for next February, establishing him as the frontrunner to become the next head of state in Africa’s biggest economy.
Tinubu won the All Progressives Congress’s primary contest by a landslide, securing 1,271 votes from the 2,203 accredited delegates, according to results announced at the party’s convention on Wednesday in the capital, Abuja. He’s aiming to succeed President Muhammadu Buhari, who is stepping down after serving two terms.

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