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HUNDREDS of US Marines have been stationed in Ghana in anticipation of post-election violence in Nigeria as the country goes to the polls today to elect its president and members of the federal legislature.

Voter accreditation has already begun as Nigerians vote for president, senators and members of the House of Representatives today. There are fears, however, that there may be post-election violence, especially after the results are announced as neither the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) or the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) is likely to accept defeat.

Preparing itself for any eventuality, the US has posted a battalion of Marines in neighbouring Ghana, who will likely be used to evacuate its citizens if the situation deteriorates.  John Kerry, the US secretary of state visited Nigeria earlier this year to preach peace and last week, President Barack Obama published a YouTube video calling for calm.
- See more at: http://www.nigerianwatch.com/news/6677-us-sends-battalion-of-marines-to-ghana-in-anticipation-of-post-election-trouble-in-nigeria#sthash.4vW5vzWK.dpuf
HUNDREDS of US Marines have been stationed in Ghana in anticipation of post-election violence in Nigeria as the country goes to the polls today to elect its president and members of the federal legislature.

Voter accreditation has already begun as Nigerians vote for president, senators and members of the House of Representatives today. There are fears, however, that there may be post-election violence, especially after the results are announced as neither the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) or the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) is likely to accept defeat.

Preparing itself for any eventuality, the US has posted a battalion of Marines in neighbouring Ghana, who will likely be used to evacuate its citizens if the situation deteriorates.  John Kerry, the US secretary of state visited Nigeria earlier this year to preach peace and last week, President Barack Obama published a YouTube video calling for calm.
- See more at: http://www.nigerianwatch.com/news/6677-us-sends-battalion-of-marines-to-ghana-in-anticipation-of-post-election-trouble-in-nigeria#sthash.4vW5vzWK.dpufssab
HUNDREDS of US Marines have been stationed in Ghana in anticipation of post-election violence in Nigeria as the country goes to the polls today to elect its president and members of the federal legislature.

Voter accreditation has already begun as Nigerians vote for president, senators and members of the House of Representatives today. There are fears, however, that there may be post-election violence, especially after the results are announced as neither the ruling People's Democratic Party (PDP) or the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC) is likely to accept defeat.

Preparing itself for any eventuality, the US has posted a battalion of Marines in neighbouring Ghana, who will likely be used to evacuate its citizens if the situation deteriorates.  John Kerry, the US secretary of state visited Nigeria earlier this year to preach peace and last week, President Barack Obama published a YouTube video calling for calm.
- See more at: http://www.nigerianwatch.com/news/6677-us-sends-battalion-of-marines-to-ghana-in-anticipation-of-post-election-trouble-in-nigeria#sthash.4vW5vzWK.dpuf

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