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    Activist Wants African Immigrants to Get Involved in US Campaigni
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    Mariama Diallo
    January 16, 2016 12:17 AM
    As this year’s U.S. presidential campaign heats up, activist Sylvester Okere — the first Nigerian American superdelegate for Maryland, at the Democratic National Convention in 2012 — is calling on the African immigrant community to get involved now by getting to know the candidates, attending rallies and talking to people about the candidates. VOA's Mariama Diallo reports.

    Activist Wants African Immigrants to Get Involved in US Campaign

    Mariama Diallo

    Published January 15, 2016

    As this year’s U.S. presidential campaign heats up, activist Sylvester Okere — the first Nigerian American superdelegate for Maryland, at the Democratic National Convention in 2012 — is calling on the African immigrant community to get involved now by getting to know the candidates, attending rallies and talking to people about the candidates. VOA's Mariama Diallo reports.


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