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November 3, 2012 8:51 PM

Tinubu seeks to help her birthplace

Visitors to the cramped lobby of Gloria Bromell Tinubu’s Conway campaign headquarters are met by an American flag and a large campaign banner, dominated by an imposing picture of Tinubu. The size of the face smiling down stands in stark contrast to the normal-size person sitting beneath it.

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