Monday, June 30, 2014

Goodluck Jonathan Nigeria's weakest President

Nigerians blasts 'very weak' Jonathan

Nigerians blasted President Goodluck Jonathan as the weakest president of Nigeria Friday, following the recent bombings in Lagos, Abuja and the North. The President’s speech defending his inactive approach at the 200 kidnapped school girls.

“He is a very, very weak president,” Nigerians twitted after the Friday interview with Journalists.

He said
“We all bear some pains, from the highest to the least because as a President, I may not go to everywhere I would have loved to go, these are some of the challenges I have to face”

As President Jonathan had in May, 2014 called off a visit to Chibok, the town where the 200 schoolgirls were abducted by Boko Haram.

“It is quite regrettable and extremely painful that when some Nigerians are struggling, thinking about how to contribute to the nation’s development, they are working very hard to take care of their families, train their children, others are busy planning to kill people, intimidate people, destroy peoples’ property. It is regrettable.

“It is one of the darkest phases in the history of our nation, but surely we will get over it. Some other countries have passed through such cloud before and they were able to overcome it and sail through.

“We share the pains of the people who have been directly affected, the pains of their families, but we will surely pass through this ugly phase of our history. The perpetrators of this, those who are directly involved and those who sponsor them will surely be brought to book. “I will use this opportunity to continue to plead with our citizens that under such situation, security operatives will come up with different options that sometimes will create some inconvenience for us, instead of condemning them, let us bear.

“Even for our citizens, under such condition, we have reached some level of restrictions and some pains, instead of shouting and insulting security operatives, let us give them maximum cooperation, give them relevant information.

“All countries that face terror suffer the same thing, citizens give maximum cooperation to the security operatives and help to contain and control, surely we will get over this.

“We are all mourning. I remember that very day we had a football match to play and all Nigerians were celebrating the Eagles hoping they were going to win, then this act came up, I was airborne then, it was when I got down in Malabo that I got the information. Surely, we will get through this.”

Nigerian citizens have given their maximum but I cannot say the same for you as President and Commander-In-Chief of the Federal Republic of Nigeria.


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