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    Nigeria's ruling party regains ground after election delay. Did PDP?

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    The six-week postponement was presumably intended to give the government time to focus on Boko Haram. But it's also helped President Goodluck Jonathan improve his chances.
    Lagos, Nigeria — At the popular and frenzied Ojuelegba roundabout in downtown Lagos, people gather at newsstands to read the latest headlines and debate the question of the day: Who will win Nigeria’s presidential election next week?

    Though the topic has been discussed ad nauseum for months, people here still spend hours passionately arguing the same points.

    But the tone of those who gather at this 24-hour transportation hub has changed in recent weeks, as Nigerians tire of the nonstop election coverage and the roller coaster tensions caused by each political maneuver. They are ready for it to be over.
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