Browsing: Dr. Goodluck Jonathan

Those who would have wished him dead are quite amazed and embarrassed at his renewed vigour and stamina. Indeed the Buhari I see is stronger than when he was contesting the 2015 elections and health grounds may not be used successfully to dissuade him from contesting the elections in 2019, although there is the whole issue of lack of full disclosure on his state of health to the Nigerian public, perhaps with the fear that political opponents could use the information to their advantage. Left to me, Buhari’s health may not stand a strong barrier against a possible 2019 wish.

According to a press statement issued by the Chief Press Secretary to the Governor, Idowu Adelusi, in Ado Ekiti on Saturday, Dr. Jonathan stated this in a goodwill message he sent to Fayose to mark the governor’s 57th birthday.

Following the outcome of this election, some of the politicians who lost began to whip up fears of vendetta against the the region even when there was no basis at all for this. It may have been a defensive strategy. But it nonetheless led to emotional responses to the President, expressed through anger, paranoia, fear, frustration, resentment and confusion

In referring to CAN as manifesting symptoms of Orubebematis, MURIC was reacting to the demand by the Christian body that the National Assembly should compile a list of all organizations that Nigeria belongs to and all the treaties signed with a view to dropping the religious ones