LIVE UPDATES: President Jonathan’s fourth media chat

PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN VISITS FLOODED VICTIMS IN TARABA STATE
President Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan is hosting his fourth Presidential Media Chat since returning to office in May 2011. The first was in September 2011 and the last in June 2012.

The challenges confronting the country – insecurity, economy, corruption, fuel subsidy, dearth of infrastructural, among others – are still largely the same since his last media chat. The president’s handling of the the flooding which ravaged parts of the country and its aftermath would be an additional issue for discussion.

Send in questions via twitter handle @mediachatng or via SMS to +2347026076865 during the presidential media chat

During the two-hour programme which will be broadcast live in major government media between 7p.m. to 9p.m, “a representative selection of the most significant questions received will be presented to President Jonathan for his response,” his spokesman, Reuben Abati, said.

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  • Enemona

    Doesn’t the president’s eloquence make you drool?

    • Laitan

      The guy’s diction is stomach churning, I noted a few:
      Three (Tree), Cutlery (Cutlary), Number(Numbal), Children (Shidren) and Ask (Axe). The man is in need of urgent media training and elocution lessons. Nigeria is not a country but a buffet.

      • Adewale Ewenla

        lol

  • timber

    All. Talk. And no work makes Jonathan a lucky chap.

  • Laitan

    Pathetic to say the least. On Halliburton and Siemens, he said the fraud didn’t happen under his watch. He was emphatic about the challenges of enforcement and implementation. That shouldn’t be coming from the head of an organisation let alone the President of a country.