2015: Jonathan may de­clare in May

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It is the re­spon­si­bil­ity of ev­ery Nige­ri­ans to en­sure the peace­ful co-ex­is­tence of Nigeria and Nige­ri­ans and not just Mr. Pres­i­dent alone. As for his spec­u­lated am­bi­tion to con­test in the 2015 Pres­i­den­tial elec­tion, he may chose to con­test for a sec­ond term. If people be­lieve he mer­its it, they will vote for him and if other­wise, people will not vote for him. Ev­ery po­lit­i­cal leader in Nigeria has al­ways wished to go for sec­ond term and even third term. Jonathan may not be an ex­cep­tion. The bal­lot box should be al­lowed to de­cide who wears the crown. Af­ter all, the de­ci­sion is for PDP to de­cide and not the busi­ness of an­other party. Let ev­ery po­lit­i­cal party mind their busi­ness.

Muham­mad Yusif Muham­mad


***************************** With all this con­fu­sion and hard­ship you brought upon Nigeria, you are still look­ing for a sec­ond term? You bet­ter change your mind!

Muk­tar Yahuza

mukyahuz@gmail.com ***************************** Jonathan, you put Nigeria in a state of an­ar­chy and you are still in­sist­ing on con­test­ing again? Re­mem­ber that you were not there be­fore. Nigeria is for ev­ery Nige­rian.

Engr. Mubarak M. Gwad­abe

mmg­wad­abe@ya­hoo.com ***************************** What is your busi­ness with time ta­ble, if you will not be declar­ing?


gwamna@ya­hoo.com *****************************

…De­spite the hun­dreds be­ing killed daily, please, ad­dress the trou­bling is­sues af­fect­ing the coun­try first.

Mas’ud H.


Pres­i­dent Good­luck Jonathan

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