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If I had not seen this photo in the me­dia, I would have not be­lieved it. My pres­i­dent dancing in pub­lic, just a day af­ter the loss of sev­eral lives and the ab­duc­tion of about 200 stu­dents! The dance added to my sad­ness and goes to point to people like us that he does not care about the on­go­ing killings in the coun­try. ABBA, +2348172140605

Re: Pres­i­dent Good­luck dancing dur­ing for­mal ac­cep­tance of for­mer Kano State Gover­nor


The pres­i­dent never ceases to amaze me! Imag­ine Nige­ri­ans cut in their prime in the Abuja bomb ex­plo­sion and, just 24 hours later, the only way our pres­i­dent would mourn them was to go dancing in Kano. Just like Nero in Rome, Jonathan is fid­dling while Nigeria burns. OBIORA Ag­bai, +2348095712518 morally right for the pres­i­dent of a coun­try to go dancing at a po­lit­i­cal cam­paign rally, and also to be heard singing joy­ously when the en­tire coun­try is mourn­ing and sym­pa­this­ing on the death of many cit­i­zens at Nyanya in Abuja and the ab­duc­tion of scores of fe­male stu­dents in Borno State. This is very, very un­fair for a pres­i­dent of a coun­try, Al­haji NASIR Ndamaka. Tudun Nu­fawa, Kaduna, +2348033993189 af­ter the Nyanya bomb blast, Pres­i­dent Good­luck would be pic­tured dancing at a cam­paign rally in Kano. United State pres­i­dent, faced with a sim­i­lar sit­u­a­tion, would have de­clared a pe­riod of mourn­ing and the en­tire coun­try will have ral­lied round him. But in this case, the thoughts of 2015 are greater than any other thing, in­clud­ing the cit­i­zens that will cast the votes. This is strange. BELLO Luk­man, Jos, +2348034586787

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