Showing posts with label President Jonathan. Show all posts
Showing posts with label President Jonathan. Show all posts

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Breaking NEWs: Outgoing President Jonathan signs Tobacco control bill, 5 others

Nigeria's active president, Goodluck Jonathan, has finally signed the Tobacco Control bill into law, hours to the end of his regime.

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Wednesday, March 4, 2015

I’ll return to Otuoke if I lose - President Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan has said that he will return to his Otuoke home in Bayelsa State, if by default, he loses the March 28 presidential election.

Jonathan, who said Nigeria is not his father’s estate, was however optimistic that he “will not lose the election.”

“If by default somebody wins the election, of course, I will go back to my village. The country is not my father’s estate,” he told the Quatar-based international television station, AlJazeera, on Monday night.

Sunday, January 11, 2015

2015: Why I Am Supporting President Jonathan

By Ohimai Amaize

There is so much to write about why I am supporting President Goodluck Jonathan in 2015. It is said that
the only thing permanent about life is its sheer impermanence. Given the foregoing, change is thus a
constant of human existence. Nonetheless, I am not one of those who would treat the concept of change as
a mere abstraction or a garb of convenience tailored, adorned and dumped at the slightest whim of the
adorner. Far from it!


Saturday, January 3, 2015

Let's Talk About President Jonathan's 22 Years Old Wedding Ring [Photos]

Every married man or woman’s wedding ring is special but President Jonathan’s ring is among his most important jewels sentiments-wise because of its provenance and significance. But we don’t get to talk about Jonathan’s ring because there are so many other things people relate with away from this.

Friday, January 2, 2015

I’m coming up with anti-corruption plan - President Jonathan

Speaking during a special New Year service at the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, in Abuja yesterday January 1st, President Jonathan said his administration is coming up with plans and programmes to fight corruption in Nigeria. What he said below...

"There are two main problems confronting us as a nation: The issue of insecurity in the North where we have the Boko Haram terrorists and in the South where we have commercial kidnapping. The next thing that people worry about after security is the issue of corruption.We are coming out with programmes and plans to clean up. These are things that you don’t just use a magical wand to wave off, otherwise even before I became the President, there wouldn’t have been corruption in Nigeria.

Wednesday, December 24, 2014

President Jonathan's 2014 Christmas message to the Nation

A message from president Jonathan
Dear Compatriots,
I greet and felicitate with you all once again as we celebrate the birth of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ. I join all of our Christian compatriots in giving thanks to God Almighty for the divine gift of Jesus Christ the Messiah whose earthly incarnation we commemorate today.

As we celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ who the Prophet Isaiah heralded as the Prince of Peace and Wonderful Counselor, I believe it is very appropriate that we all, Christians and non-Christians alike, reflect more deeply on the virtues and ideals which the Messiah espoused during his earthly mission.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

President Jonathan meets Prime Minister Netanyahu

President Jonathan and Prime Minister Netanyahu meeting this morning at the Prime Minister's Office in Jerusalem. 

Thursday, October 23, 2014

See this back in the day pic of President Jonathan and Patience

This was their university days...she was a student, he was a lecturer. Can't see full picture, I'd look carefully to see if Mr President was rocking shoes here hehehe !

Wednesday, October 22, 2014

President Jonathan reshuffles cabinet

Following the resignation of seven ministers last week, President Jonathan has reshuffled his cabinet, appointing temporary ministers to take up the positions of those that resigned.

Announcing this today October 22nd after the Federal Executive Council, the  Minister of State II for Foreign Affairs, Nurudeen Mohammed who now supervises the  Ministry of Information, said the Minister of Defence, Lt. Gen. Aliyu Gusau will now double as the Minister of State for Defence while the Minister of Special Duties, Taminu Turaki (SAN) will act as the Supervising Minister of Labour and Productivity. Continue...