Browsing: Goodluck Jonathan

The meeting, held at the Presidential Villa and presided over by President Jonathan, was attended by the leaders of the Nigeria Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and the Nigerian Union of Pensioners

President Jonathan will be accompanied to Kenyatta’s swearing-in ceremony at the Kasarani Sports Complex in Nairobi by the acting Governor of Taraba State, Alhaji Garba Umar; Senator Emmanuel Paulker; and the Minister of State (Foreign Affairs), Dr. Nurudeen Mohammed

The governors were at the Presidential Villa for the National Economic Council, which is chaired by Vice President Namadi Sambo and comprises of the 36 state governors and some key ministers

To these shenanigans and gold diggers, it is near impossible to accept Goodluck Jonathan and the feeding bottles forcefully thrown away. To compound the problem of those who think that they and their forefathers own Nigeria, Jonathan again was elected president in 2011. This is the straw that broke the camel’s back. Before the election of President Jonathan in 2011, the country was inundated with threats of violence and making Nigeria ungovernable if Jonathan is elected from the likes of Dr. Datti Ahmed, Alhaji Adamu Ciroma and others. Since the massacre started, these two men and some arrested agents of Boko Haram are still walking the streets of Northern Nigeria as free men

Understandably, there was palpable feeling of outrage among Nigerians (at home and the Diaspora) on the amnesty granted to Mr Diepreye Alamieyeseigha and Shettima Bulama. The reason for this was that,
these two Nigerians were convicted for obscene corruptive tendencies and nauseous rapacity

“He has lost the justification to lead Nigerians, and has now inadvertently, and with an official presidential seal, put Nigerians under the siege of official corruption and financial crimes

We face the challenge of economic prosperity, with a shared determination to banish poverty and deprivation from our lands. We equally face the challenge of nation-building: to create an enabling environment whereour diverse cultures and traditions can coexist in peace, unity and harmony

It said the government has now beaten its own record for profligacy by its decision to build a 2.2 billion Naira Banquet Hall in the Aso Rock Presidential Villa, which the man who announced the white elephant project, FCT Minister Bala Mohammed, justified by saying ”other smaller countries have better Banquet Halls near their Presidential residences”.