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Stock Video Details

Length
01:16
Recording format
Other HD 1080
Video norm
1080i25 (25fps)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Recorded
Mar 31, 2015
Sound
Category
Archival Footage
Level
Superior

Stock Video Description

Synopsis

Nigeria election: Ruling party protest disrupts election count Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan's ruling party on Tuesday sought to disrupt the results of the general election, accusing the head of the electoral commission of bias. Former Niger Delta minister Godsday Orubebe seized the microphone and staged a brief sit-in on the stage as the count was due to resume in the capital Abuja, in front of elections chief Attahiru Jega. IMAGES AND SOUNDBITES.

Activity

Protest

Recording location

Abuja Nigeria West Africa Africa

Further content information

News Footage AFP
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