Nigeria's frustrated youth call for progress ahead of election

Oil-rich Nigeria is Africa's biggest economy, but millions are suffering from unemployment and high cost of living.

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    The youth vote is likely to play a major part in Nigeria's presidential and parliamentary elections on Saturday.

    Jobs are increasingly scarce and the cost of living is rising, leading to frustration among this younger generation.

     

    Al Jazeera's Haru Mutasa met young people in the capital Abuja, who are hoping for change.


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