Abuja - The 2015 general elections got a boost on Tuesday as the United States of America promised to make available over N8.4 billion ($51) to support the elections.
The fund would also be used to support other electoral process in the country in the next five years, reports NewsDay.
The country will also worked with other donors to support Nigeria’s electoral management bodies and strengthen the ability of the country’s civil society to promote electoral reforms.
In its recent “Fact Sheet” issued on Tuesday by the White House in Washington DC, the US said part of the funds will be used to expand voter education and monitor electoral processes in the run-up to the 2015 elections.
Read more at NewsDay.
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