President Goodluck Jonathan Postponed Elections To Frustrate Buhari’ – New York Times

The United States-based New York Times says the postponement of the elections by the Independent National Electoral Commission was orchestrated by President Goodluck Jonathan to frustrate Maj. Gen Muhammadu Buhari (retd.) of the All Progressives Congress. The newspaper in its post published yesterday and titled ”Nigeria’s Miserable Choices”, further stated that Jonathan appeared to be […]

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President Goodluck Jonathan’s 8th Presidential Media Chat Interview

Nigeria’s president, Goodluck Jonathan, tonight hosted his eight presidential media chat since May 2011. The challenges confronting Nigeria – insecurity, the economy, corruption, dearth of infrastructure – were largely discussed. Here’s all he said, compiled by me with additional information from PremiumTimes. On postponed elections: The president sought the understanding of the international community over […]

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Prof. Wole Soyinka Offers Buhari Cautious Endorsement, Dismisses Jonathan’s Re-Election Hopes

Soyinka, who was most probably alluding to President Olusegun Obasanjo, asked in the case of Buhari, “Would it be different this time round?” Calling for vigilance over Buhari’s candidature, he said, “Whatever demons got into a contestant to declare the spread of Sharia throughout the nation his life mission must be exorcised – indeed, are presumed to be already exorcised. Never again must any […]

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Gen. Buhari will never rule as Jonathan will be Nigeria’s last civilian president-Prophet

Royal House of David Ministry’s Prophet Godfrey Gbujie yesterday said President Goodluck Jonathan will be the last civilian president to rule Nigeria before another civil war breaks out. He said the nation “is at the crossroads of the last phase of 20 years reign of demons beginning from 1995-2015.” According to the Nationalmirroronline,the prophet, who […]

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Jonathan Called A Failed President, Economist Endorses Buhari

General Muhammadu Buhari, the All Progressives Congress presidential candidate, has received another powerful international endorsement, this time from The Economist. In an editorial in its edition dated February 7, 2015, the respected newsmagazine recalls Buhari’s previous leadership of Nigeria through a coup d’etat, saying his rule was “nasty, brutish and mercifully short.” “Should a former […]

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