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The Legacy Of President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan of Nigeria
Author: Farouk Martins | February 01, 2015
Sooner or later, the children of Niger Delta in general and those of Ijaw in particular are going to ask for the legacy of Ijaw President that most Nigerians... (1) Comment



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OMOTAYO, J. A.    Eldoret, KENYA    February 08, 2015
All patriotic Nigerians at home and abroad today know Mr. Jonathan as the most visionless, corrupt and sectional leader Nigeria has ever had. How can we explain that Mr. Obasanjo used increase in crude oil price to pay off our debts but Mr. Jonathan used the same increase to return us into debts that stand at about $38 billions with $6 billions approx to service it?

How can we explain that the late Mr. Yar'Adua, a northerner and a Muslim, peacefully made the Niger Delta militants to lay down their arms while Mr. Jonathan, a Christian southerner from Niger Delta, has been unable to resolve amicably the rising tension by the same militant group?

How can we explain that a rejected minister by Mr. Obasanjo is the arrowhead of Mr. Jonathan's administration? How can we explain that Benin-Ore-Shagamu road was built in three years by the original contractors, Messrs Dumez, while rehabilitation of Benin-Ore, a third of the stretch, took six years and the later is seen as a great achievement? How can we explain that a PhD holder and president contracts himself often times in the same prepared speeches? How can we explain the celebration of rebasing the Nigeria economy when joblessness pervades the entire landscape?

How can we explain the increase in food production with increase in cost of rice, bread, beans, etc? And many more. In summary, Mr. Jonathan will be remembered as a failed president. God save Nigeria
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