Nigerians Drive Home to Vote — If They Can Find Fuel

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Fuel shortages aren’t uncommon in Africa’s biggest economy. Then again, driving isn’t often an act of democracy.

ABUJA, Nigeria — In the heart of the capital, at a Total station across the street from the Nigerian National Petroleum Council, Matthias Obanashe waits in line for fuel. Again.

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