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Clinton announces U.S.-Nigeria Commission At a town hall meeting in Abuja, Nigeria, wednesday on, the fifth end of her seven-nation African tour, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged Nigeria to fix its flawed electoral system, and pledg[ed] U.S.