2015 Elections: Jonathan talks tough, vows to deal with troublemakers

President Goodluck Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan has vowed to take decisive action against troublemakers before, during and after the 2015 general elections.

The President, who stated this in his New Year broadcast to Nigerians, said the kind of violence that followed the 2011 elections would not be allowed to repeat.

“After the 2011 general elections, some unpatriotic elements embarked on an orgy of violence, resulting in the destruction of lives and property,” Mr. Jonathan said. “That will not be allowed to happen this time around. This government will act decisively against anyone who disrupts the public peace, before, during or after the 2015 general elections.

“All Nigerians, of voting age, are free to vote based on their convictions. It is our duty to defend and protect that basic right, and let no one be in doubt, we will.”

The president assured Nigerians and the international community of his administration’s commitment to free, fair, credible and violence-free elections, saying the ambition of any politician is not worth the life of any Nigerian.

He said, “I reassure all Nigerians and the international community of our firm commitment to free, fair and credible elections. My commitment to free elections and one man, one vote remains unwavering.

“Our administration has worked hard in previous elections to prepare all key stakeholders including the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), security agencies and the electorate optimally, to ensure a progressively improved electoral process in the country under my watch.  We will continue to do so for the coming elections.

“We will continue to provide adequate funding to INEC and maintain the Commission’s independence and isolate it from any form of interference or meddling in its day-to-day affairs.  This shall continue to guarantee its impartiality and ability to conduct more credible and acceptable elections.

“National security agencies will also be given all necessary support to enhance their ability to ensure that the elections are peaceful and violence-free. The Nigeria Police has already established an Elections Security Planning and Monitoring Unit.

“I am optimistic that with the cooperation of all law-abiding citizens of the country, our commitment to have a peaceful and violence-free election will be actualized.

“I will like to say this, once again, to my fellow politicians and political leaders. None of our political ambitions is worth the blood of any of our countrymen, women and children.  The improvement of their lives and living conditions ought to be our primary motive and the driving force of our quest for political power and leadership positions.

“Let us not promote sectionalism, disunity, intolerance, hate, falsehood or the malicious abuse of political opponents. Whatever we feel or seek, we must have a nation and a people before we can dream of political ambitions. Let us put the nation and the people first.

“Let us all conduct our electoral campaigns with the highest possible decorum and civility towards political opponents. Let us give INEC the fullest possible support and cooperation it requires to conduct credible and violence-free elections in 2015.”

Mr. Jonathan also spoke about his administration’s commitment to defeating the extremist Boko Haram sect, strengthening the economy and delivering services to the Nigerian people.

Read the President’s full speech below.

NEW YEAR BROADCAST TO THE NATION BY GOODLUCK EBELE JONATHAN, GCFR, PRESIDENT OF THE FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA, JANUARY 1, 2015.

Dear Great People of our nation,

I greet and felicitate with you all as we enter the New Year today. As we mark the beginning of this New Year, 2015, a new nation is being born.  A new nation is being born because of the foundations we have all laid, working together for the good and progress of our dear fatherland.

I join you all in thanking God Almighty who has brought us this far, for continually bestowing His Grace upon us and for guiding our great nation safely through all the challenges of the past year.

This year, as in the year past, I reaffirm my commitment to work to ensure a secure future for our dear country and the generations yet unborn.

Last year, we celebrated our hundredth year of nationhood. The year brought us further progress, challenges and fresh opportunities.

We have contended with the normal challenges of nation-building and the unusual challenges of terrorism.

But we have continued to vigorously confront those who seek to destroy the bonds of unity that hold us together.

On this first day of the New Year, I want to pay special tribute to the gallant officers, men and women of our Armed Forces and other security agencies who have been in the forefront of the war against terrorism and violent extremism in our country and sub-region.

I also commend all Nigerians who have remained vigilant and cooperative with our security agencies in the fight against the common enemy.

We are re-equipping and re-positioning our armed forces to enhance their capacity to win the ongoing war against terror and insurgency.

Regrettably, terrorists have unleashed much pain and agony on our land. They have made widows of our mothers and sisters and orphans of our children. They have shut down businesses, desecrated places of worship and brought untold hardship to both men and women. They have violated the culture and peaceful way of life in our country, which took generations to build.

They have destroyed countless schools and displaced people from their communities, driving them into exile.

I want to assure you that the terrorists will not get away with their atrocities: they will not win; they will be routed. As President, I feel the pain of all affected communities and families. I hear their cries and share their sorrow and pain.

We will not forget; we will not look the other way. We have done a lot of painstaking planning and work to resolve the current security challenge. We will bring justice to the savage terrorists known as Boko Haram. They will be defeated.

That is the solemn commitment I make today as President of the Federal Republic, and Commander-in-Chief of our Armed Forces.

By the Special Grace of God, the Federal Government, under my leadership, has continued, in the past four years to lead our country forward, even under the most trying circumstances.

The progress we have made in priority areas bears us testimony.

Amongst other achievements, we have rehabilitated and expanded our rail transportation network, successfully privatized power generation and distribution, significantly reformed and increased local participation in our oil and gas industry, and improved nationwide access to potable water from 57% in 2010, to 70% at present.

We have also made significant progress in improving access to primary, secondary and tertiary education by building and equipping more schools, including special Almajiri schools, and establishing additional universities to ensure that each state of the nation now has at least one Federal University.

Our national economy maintained a steady growth rate of close to seven per cent in the past four years and millions of fresh employment opportunities were created for our people as a direct consequence.

Recently, we launched the Youth Employment in Agriculture Programme (YEAP) and the $100 million dollars Government and Donor Fund for Agriculture Finance in Nigeria (FAFIN) to fast-track the positive transformation of our agricultural sector.

The Youth Employment in Agriculture Programme (YEAP) targets 750, 000 market-oriented young agricultural producers while the $100 million dollars Fund is to provide affordable long-term financing to support the development of small and medium agribusinesses in the country.

This is in addition to a N50 billion Farm Mechanization Support Fund set up by the Central Bank to establish 1,200 agricultural equipment-hiring enterprises.

Both funds will become fully operational this year.  Policies and programmes such as these to boost agricultural production remain topmost on the agenda of this administration.

Being very conscious of the inherent perils of our over-reliance on income from crude oil exports for national development, we have focused on accelerating the diversification of our economy.

The non-oil Sector which has grown by an average of 8% in the last few years, is now a major driver of growth in our economy.

The 2015 national budget, which is now before the National Assembly, is targeted at deepening our efforts at becoming a non-oil economy.

The budget also includes measures to ensure that the downturn in the price of oil does not affect our development plans and our national economy too adversely. We are adjusting our financial processes to safeguard our economy.  We are also taking steps to ensure that the poor and the low and medium income earners do not bear the brunt.

In 2015, this administration will continue to lay the foundation for a vibrant economy that attracts significant Foreign Direct Investment and promotes policies that ensure economic stability.

We will ensure stability in the value of the Naira by striving to take away speculative behaviours that cause market exchange pressures.

We will continue to build and maintain a healthy external reserves position and strengthen fiscal buffers.  We will ensure the Naira remains strong, and gives foreign investors the clarity and certainty that they need, to guide future investment decisions.

We will continue to improve our payment systems and strengthen risk-based supervision mechanism for Nigerian banks to ensure overall health and stability of the banking system.

We are introducing a broad spectrum of financial instruments to boost sector-specific enterprise areas in agriculture, Micro, Small and Medium Scale Enterprises (MSMEs), manufacturing, and oil and gas to enhance our aggregate supply capacity, reduce poverty, promote job creation and increase the general well-being of our people.

These efforts and other measures being spearheaded by relevant Ministries, Departments and Agencies, are geared to ensure a secure future for Nigeria and create a much more prosperous country, where people live more peaceful and fulfilled lives.

Fellow countrymen and women,

As we enter an election year, I assure you that our administration will remain fully focused on providing good governance and the delivery of better public services to our people.

The coming campaigns and elections will not distract us from our ongoing work to significantly improve the living conditions of our people.  And I urge all tiers of government not to be distracted as well.

The elections are very important for us as a country.  Their successful conclusion will further strengthen our democratic institutions and place our beloved country even more firmly in the comity of truly democratic nations.

Given the challenges that have characterized some previous electoral contests in our country, the eyes of the world will certainly be on the conduct and outcome of our fifth post-military rule general elections.

I reassure all Nigerians and the international community of our firm commitment to free, fair and credible elections. My commitment to free elections and one man, one vote remains unwavering.

Our administration has worked hard in previous elections to prepare all key stakeholders including the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), security agencies and the electorate optimally, to ensure a progressively improved electoral process in the country under my watch.  We will continue to do so for the coming elections.

We will continue to provide adequate funding to INEC and maintain the Commission’s independence and isolate it from any form of interference or meddling in its day-to-day affairs.  This shall continue to guarantee its impartiality and ability to conduct more credible and acceptable elections.

National security agencies will also be given all necessary support to enhance their ability to ensure that the elections are peaceful and violence-free. The Nigeria Police has already established an Elections Security Planning and Monitoring Unit.

I am optimistic that with the cooperation of all law-abiding citizens of the country, our commitment to have a peaceful and violence-free election will be actualised.

I will like to say this, once again, to my fellow politicians and political leaders. None of our political ambitions is worth the blood of any of our countrymen, women and children.  The improvement of their lives and living conditions ought to be our primary motive and the driving force of our quest for political power and leadership positions.

Let us not promote sectionalism, disunity, intolerance, hate, falsehood or the malicious abuse of political opponents. Whatever we feel or seek, we must have a nation and a people before we can dream of political ambitions. Let us put the nation and the people first.

Let us all conduct our electoral campaigns with the highest possible decorum and civility towards political opponents. Let us give INEC the fullest possible support and cooperation it requires to conduct credible and violence-free elections in 2015.

After the 2011 general elections, some unpatriotic elements embarked on an orgy of violence, resulting in the destruction of lives and property. That will not be allowed to happen this time around. This government will act decisively against anyone who disrupts the public peace, before, during or after the 2015 general elections.

All Nigerians, of voting age, are free to vote based on their convictions. It is our duty to defend and protect that basic right, and let no one be in doubt, we will.

Fellow Nigerians, I urge all of you to enter the New Year with renewed zeal and patriotism, to serve our fatherland with love, honesty, faithfulness and hope for a greater tomorrow.

As I have always maintained, none of the challenges before us is insurmountable.  We must come together as a people and work with single-minded unity of purpose to overcome them.

Nigeria is a key country in Africa. We must work together to maintain our strategic position and collaborate with others to move the continent forward. I call for peace in Africa and an end to all conflicts in our continent.  I urge all Africans to promote democracy in their respective countries to ensure faster development of the continent and faster economic and political integration.

We will continue to pray and offer hands of fellowship and assistance to our fellow Africans suffering from the Ebola Virus Disease.  I urge all Nigerians to show compassion and contribute in whatever way we can to help our African brothers and sisters.

As we go into this New Year, I salute the indomitable and resilient spirit of our people in Nigeria and wherever they are in the world.  Our spirit of enterprise and the doggedness to succeed amongst all odds has been our strength.

With our collective prayers and efforts, we will grow our economy and our people will become wealthier. Government will continue with programmes deliberately designed to create more jobs for our youth, to enable them contribute more to the growth and development of our nation.

Let us continue our march to the future, towards the attainment of our collective vision of a strong, united, prosperous and harmonious nation – a secure nation for us and for our coming generations.

I wish you all a happy and fulfilling 2015.

God bless the Federal Republic of Nigeria.

Happy New Year, Nigeria!

I thank you all.


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  • Abdullahi Abba Bukar

    Your Excellency, any reasonable person will like to see a trouble free Nigeria. If I may help you please conduct a free, fair and clean election. That is the only thing that will bring about the much needed peace that you and any reasonable persons needs. Bring in military force will only bring lost of confidence and probably lives. Because Asari has already said it.

  • saj

    Mhmmmm. This is the president of the federal republic of NAIJA. We all heard such kind of fruitful and sweetable talk before,from you or someone in your position, but a little late,coz now NAIJA people are not after all that,all they want is for you to pack all your things ready to go back to your village and give the chance to another person to try. Coz you already got the shoes you are looking for. Then take the shoes and go back home.

  • Dan maikoko

    A free and fair election will save you the use of the army or police and will ensure a peaceful transition. If you rig the election and or lose the election but wont step down, then remember Laurent Gbagbo. The kind of conflagration your Excellency will face will make Boko Haram look like a primary school riot.
    Talking tough from somebody who cant even attempt to deal with Boko Haram or even his shadowy “people who dont want to see your face because you come from a different part of the country.” is cheap. Say something we might believe like “my wife has distributed rice and clothes, I will deal with all the women that cause commotion during that generous act.”

  • Dankasa

    Tell this to your PDPig shadow strategists who during 2011 threw the North into caous just to give a dog (opponent bad name. We all know this Mr. Danmadamin Otueka and we promise you this will not happen as people will stand against all such of your plans Jonah. Please don’t forget your new shoes when packing out of the Villa or do you need Asiri and Tom to help you?

  • craig

    This man called JONA GUDLUCK will not choke us with this POEM called achievements. Every opportunity he has, be it National Day, re-election delaration Day, PDP Convention, Church services and all sorts, he has never failed to try to force this fake and scam achievements on us. Please give us a break. We have heard you and we will vote for our choice come February. We learnt that you have relocated your family to UK. If you start any violence after your imminent loss in February, even if your children are in Heaven, they are still not safe.

    • sirbrwnjr

      We have people waiting in UK for them. They can not hide,I will advice he take them to North Korea

  • true talk

    Jonathan and his cohorts are the troublemakers and main problem in nigeria. Is better u caution your aides…..change is inevitable. …….apc all the way

  • Dele Jolaoso

    “Goodluck Jonathan lacks broad vision, knowledge, confidence,
    understanding, concentration, capacity, sense of security, courage,
    moral and ethical principles, character, and, passion
    to move the nation forward on a fast trajectory”

    ……….General Olusegun Obasanjo

  • Ojukwu Chukwudi

    Forget this long deceitful English and deal decisively with Boko boys, before opening eyes ti innocent Nigerians. The only way to violent free election is when it is conducted free and fair, which i doubt if you can conduct free and fair election. All your statements are fraudulent, always trying to bamboozle us. Please start packing out of Villa to Utuoke.

  • Thepeople

    Talk is cheap. A President who cannot protect Nigerians from BK and, from Bomb in various cities, while he was cavorting with sponsors of Boko haram.
    This is a man who slumbered while PDP looted the treasury, officials stole public funds.
    The President who could not manage our economy which has brought and continue to bring untolded hardship and suffering to Nigerians. Your time is up. Time for a change. CHANGE MUST COME TO NIGERIA.

  • Deacon Rotimi Ayanlaja

    BEWARE OF THE YEAR 2015

    “It is my prophecy that 2015 is a year of blood. I see blood flowing ceaselessly in the land.
    What i am seeing is not a military incursion into the body polity but the poor will take on
    the rich. It is a revolution i am seeing in no distant future in Nigeria. A man of destiny
    will take over the reins of governance and most corrupt people who’ve been parading
    themselves and masquerading as Nigerian leaders, if they are not dead, will be jailed.

    Between now and January, the country (Nigeria) will witness the worst era of bloodshed
    in its history. And if at all there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of president
    is not vacant, that means if at all there is going to be a presidential election, it will be
    inconclusive just like (the June 12,) that we had during the time of the late MKO Abiola.

    God told me that they are going to rig the election and this will cause an upheaval.
    The results of the 2015 election will not be declared. And if the result is declared,
    the winners of the election will not govern. Whether they call themselves APC or codeine,
    they are all the same. I have told you, there may not be election next year”.

    ………………Primate Olabayo
    [December 30, 2014]

  • HEPLESS NIGERIANS

    GEJ said dealing with political miscreant while his information spokes man ASARI treathen to finish the north. He doesnt see that as an insightement, his close sycophant OKUKPEs utterances against opposition as good words, Common Is this guy always on Gbaraga hang over? that his guys Tomtom is buying armunitions all this are not issues? Haba Haba. Mr GEJ. U dont have respect for your Nigeria. U are only a prsident of Niger Delta said the trth and shame the devil.
    The innocent blood shed shall hunt all who allowed it to flow for no genuine cause. By Gods grace.

  • abc

    Useless man go and deal with Boko haram first.

  • clairvoyance

    Upon all this long sermon this morning u didn’t say anything, u always love repeating same old line. Mr. Jonathan Nigerians say no to u we nor want nah by force. Nor be u say some few days ago that we should prepare for hard times were the money for this ur programs go come from. We nor buy this lie at all tell anoda lie.

  • Al Mankum

    AND NOW, LEST WE FORGET……

    “Under the watch of Goodluck Jonathan, government has become legalised and protected robbery.
    Before the presidential election in 2011, Jonathan surreptitiously invited Bola Tinubu, lifting him at night
    by presidential aircraft from Lagos to Abuja to hatch a plan for Bola Tinubu to support one PDP presidential
    candidate (Jonathan), at the expense of all other PDP candidates for any office in Lagos state.

    If in the past corruption was in the corridors of power, it would seem
    now to be in the sitting room, dining room and bedroom of power.

    Whatever amount of money was given to Bola Tinubu to procure votes for (PDP) in the
    2011 presidential election election in Lagos state was, to say the least, unnecessary’.
    What made this phenomenon particularly bad was that government had raised the money
    from government transactions which fuel corruption.”

    ………………General Olusegun Obasanjo
    (November 2014)

    • Ralph

      @ Al Mankum,

      Nigeria is in soup. Is this the portrait of what civilized people called ‘government’?
      A party Leader (Bola Tinubu) is airlifted in the dead of night to meet another party
      Leader (Jonathan). Both men then secretly agree on price and Jonathan pays Tinubu
      in cash in billions airlifted with Bola Tinubu back to Lagos the same night.

      Fully bribed, Bola Tinubu then summoned ACN (now APC) to vote en masse for PDP in 2011.
      Which country does this kind of criminal thing without blowing up shortly in horrible violence?
      Is this what Nigerians call ‘democracy’? This mass deceit? Oh, no! But this is human trafficking.

  • iroanya

    Thank God you are making your last new year message as president of FRN. Toothless bulldog

  • Mamman Bako

    Mr. President the clear and present trouble makers are known to you and have been known to you since you’ve been in office – Boko Haram, Asari Dokubo, Mama Peace aka Diaris God’o and Modu Sheriff, if you are serious start with them. Alakori!

  • Dumbo

    Mumu, if you want peace, dont attempt to rig the elctions. No amount of military forces or stolen funds used in election will initimidate us. Rig and see the power of masses. Please dont forget your shoes when packing.

  • muhammadrabiu

    jahili wawa wanda baisan darajan Dan Adam ba, dan ubanka kashirya tafiya lahira 2015 tunda ba ubankabane yabaka bane yabaka mulkin.yadda kake mulki inhaka magabata sukayi abaya, da mulkinnan baikai gareka ba

  • Adoki Achine

    Na wah o! Our president turns new year message of goodwill to political campaign and intimidation of opponents. Last Sunday he goes to Church and plays the meek president; on new year day he comes to the TV and acts the seething president. But on 2nd January he will sit on the seat and becomes the powerless and even confused commander-in-chief. By the way, did the word “Chibok” occur anywhere in this 2,000 words epistle delivered by Mr. President? Must be a forbidden word around the Villa I suppose.

  • muhammadrabiu

    useless man, hav 2 go nd join ur partner boko Haram, i tink is more better 4 u

  • Maria

    F00lish… why have you not dealt decisively with Bokom haram that murdered brutality several thousands if not millions of the citizens you swore to protect… Just know that this is your last January first in office…

  • Maria

    F00lish… why have you not dealt decisively with Bokom haram that murdered brutality several thousands if not millions of the citizens you swore to protect… Just know that this is your last January first in office…May I add that this is the most st2pid address of any president on new year day.

    • Dr Williwilli

      Bcos Bokohari, Sultan, Sanusi Randy and even Turaya begged for amnesty for the terrorists…just as they are now doing for the dissident Soldiers whom they told not to fight the same Terrorists. Is your curiosity satisfied?

      • Guest_2

        This fake Dr. is sick.

  • Spoken word

    No be by talk, Na by action.

    • Encore

      BEWARE OF THE YEAR 2015

      “It is my prophecy that 2015 is a year of blood. I see blood flowing ceaselessly in the land.
      What i am seeing is not a military incursion into the body polity but the poor will take on
      the rich. It is a revolution i am seeing in no distant future in Nigeria. A man of destiny
      will take over the reins of governance and most corrupt people who’ve been parading
      themselves and masquerading as Nigerian leaders, if they are not dead, will be jailed.

      Between now and January, the country (Nigeria) will witness the worst era of bloodshed
      in its history. And if at all there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of president
      is not vacant, that means if at all there is going to be a presidential election, it will be
      inconclusive just like (the June 12,) that we had during the time of the late MKO Abiola.

      God told me that they are going to rig the election and this will cause an upheaval.
      The results of the 2015 election will not be declared. And if the result is declared,
      the winners of the election will not govern. Whether they call themselves APC or codeine,
      they are all the same. I have told you, there may not be election next year”.

      ………………Primate Olabayo
      [December 30, 2014]

      • Ms. Kunbi Onisemo

        This is scary O! Can something be done to prevent this prophecy?

        • No Comment

          “I am of the firm belief and conviction that there will be no election
          in 2015. I am of the firm belief that this house of cards will collapse

          before 2015. Under Jonathan’s leadership, Nigeria as a whole has
          become a titanic ship on sail to hit the iceberg and sink”.

          ………Pastor Tunde Bakare

          January 20, 2013

        • No Comment

          “I am of the firm belief and conviction that there will be no election
          in 2015. I am of the firm belief that this house of cards will collapse
          before 2015. Under Jonathan’s leadership, Nigeria as a whole has
          become a titanic ship on sail to hit the iceberg and sink”.

          ……………Pastor Tunde Bakare

          January 20, 2013

          • Rex

            @ Kunbi:

            Islamic imposition has neither worked nor wrought peace since 1804 A.D
            when Uthman Dan Fodio shared out white flags to his horsemen to advance
            southwards and conquer non-Fulani people in expanding his Islamic empire.

            Governors of the north-eastern and north-western states must come to terms
            with this sad fact because the spurs of recurring violence today are the baleful
            derivatives of that historical imposition of Islam as sole basis of northern society.

            I will take any statement from Jama’atu Nasril Islam [JNI] with a pinch of salt
            until it speaks against the domination of societies in northern states by Muslims only.
            Except in Benue and Plateau states – which are both locked in shooting wars launched
            by invading Fulani Muslim invaders – all governors in northern Nigeria today are Muslims.

            This is also the case today in Yorubaland where all the Governors in Yorubaland
            under the ACN/APCgovernments, are Muslims. Whereas Nigeria is NOT an Islamic state.
            Jama’atu Nasril Islam is expected to have spoken up and opposed this “religious
            apartheid” but instead abetted it without gumption or compunction.

            As a result, Islam is not interpreted in Nigeria as a progressive idea (as it is in Turkey);
            guaranteeing basic fairness to all persons or confined as religion to personal matters only.

          • Aminu

            Since the outcome of Council of Nicea gathering in 365 AD in which some selected gospels were approved to be part of Bible,Greek 3 headed god was incorporated to Christianity in the form if Trinity,Sabbath day which jews observed including Christ was changed to Sunday,Greek sun god birthday of 25 th December was adopted to be Christ birthday and all other greek celebrations was incorporated into Christianity the world stopped enjoying peace.The first thing instituted by the head of Roman empire Constantinople though a pagan by belief as at then was to burnt down all other gospels which were more thsn 300 and gave full account of Jesus faith and beliefs.It gave the way for Trinitarians to change the capital of Christiandom from Jeruselam to Rome.The so called vicar of Christ on earth who is the Pope of Rome and head of Catholics became so powerful and engaged on crushing all non Catholics inhabitant of the world.It is on record Christianity under the Pope authority waged so many wars in the name of depending their creeds which has no backing from the real teaching if Jesus that got lost immediately after Council of Nicea resolutions was passed and effected.Blood of the innocents had flown all over Europe,Spanish inquisition acts,France inquisition,annihilating of Muslims and Jews in Turkey and Spain by the Crusaders,money laundering,Drug trafficking,Arms deal,Child abuse,sodomy,cult like rituals all at the Vatican .Thats why peace will hardly be achieved because of all these vices from the Christian leaders of the world ,watch secret rulers of the World for reference

        • Nkem

          Me i don’t think so. Nigeria is not looking good at all. Too much hunger in the land;

          people are suffering. No job, no light, no water, no peace or safety anywhere.
          Killing is everyday now in Lagos state, for example. Only God can say

          how many guns are in circulation in Lagos today.

          What i am saying is that there is war already, with 50 million Nigerians un-employed now.
          When the un-employed people see government officials killing rams today they will be angry
          that the government is taking them for a ride. There is too much cheating in Nigeria.
          People who are cheated will always look for guns to revenge by killing
          government officials cheating the society and robbing the treasury.
          That is how war starts.

      • Spoken word

        If Governement don’t wise up.the people eventually will.

  • Alani

    JOYLESS 2015 IN OSHUN STATE

    Please remember us in Oshun state today as you mark the new year with good food.
    We the public servants in Oshun state have not been paid salaries for 3-8 months.
    The Nigerian Labour Congress (NLC) intervened yesterday and threatened strike action.
    We cannot feed our families in this 2015 because Governor Aregbesola diverted money.
    Somebody told me Governor Aregbesola used our salary for his own election campaign.

    • I go die o!

      APC, action!!!! APC, progress!!!! APC, democracy forever!!!!!

      • Invitro

        “The only way to stop us from stealing is to stone us. The Nigerian followers
        are as guilty as the Nigerian leaders. The Nigerian institutions are all compromised
        and there is no alternative to them as it is. Nigerians appear not to be against stealing
        and corruption but only against how long you stay stealing and being corrupt.
        Don’t ever expect those in public office to fight corruption on these facts.”

        ….…..APC Governor Rotimi Amaechi

        (Rivers state)

        (June 30th, 2014)

        • Figaro

          Theft has created a crass elite structure in Nigeria having no sensible member
          a Nigerian youth can look up to as innovative and morally upright role model
          amongst the treasury thieves prancing around in criminal garb as politicians.

          • Revolutionary

            Does it not follow then that only a bloody revolution can save Nigeria?

    • Sanu Arowolo

      Mr. Alani, Our situation is the same here in Ibadan, Oyo state – no salary for 9 months now.
      And we didn’t do any election, so you can imagine if we too did election last year in Ibadan.

      • Damilola

        Ah, ah. Bloody lies! Which 9 months? It is only 4 months salaries un-paid in Oyo state.

  • Dr Williwilli

    COWARDICE UNLIMITED!!!
    ======================
    “…A respected Pastor of the Redeemed Christian Church of God, a devout and committed Christian and an intellectually-sound, well-bred and well educated Professor of Law accepts to be running mate to a closet fundamentalist, a bloodthirsty, cruel and murderous military dictator and a die-hard believer in the philosophy of ”born to rule”? This is serious… It is only in Nigeria that this sort of thing can happen. Poor Yemi….” —- Honorable Venerable Femi Kayode

    Yes! It has no other name, it is called cowardice. That which makes a Professor to play second fiddle to one who is ashamed to present even his Secondary Certificate to INEC bcos he failed English….That which makes a 5 stat ‘General’ such as Oladipo Diya & Abdulkareem Adisa to kneel down and weep like babies before an ordinary Major Mustapha, all bcos they are afraid of bullet. How can a General be afraid to die? I just don’t understand how these guys got to the Nigerian army.

    Is it not Tinubu who went to Kaduna in 2011 to prostrate for Buhari? That epic photo is all over the internet. Truth is: That part of Nigeria may never be able to extricate itself from servitude by the North except some drastic measures by fearless noble men emerge from their folk. Otherwise, Fani’s cries would be in vain.

    • tundemash

      too little too late ….. enjoy your TAN allowances and stove and come back 2019 to preach this nonsense again!

      • Ruth Okolie (Mrs)

        Why not engage this fellow on the basis of the facts raised? Media reports say Buhari failed Basic Arithmetic, English & Geography in his School Cert exams…and that this is why he would not submit this his singular credential to INEC but an affidavit of attendance. How can such be a presidential candidate for a country like Nigeria? and a so called Professor is his running mate? How does that sound in your ears or nostrils? Exalting mediocrity is the bane of our development…and you need night vision binoculars to see? I pity you young one.

        • tundemash

          first .. you are d@ft to assume you are older than me without any proof whatsoever.
          Secondly, you are d@ft not to ask same media report you based your conclusion on what certificate did Buhari use in 2003, 2007 & 2011.
          Thirdly, you are d@ft because INEC as the supervising authority of the election should verify each candidate meet the minimum requirement.
          4thly, you are d@ft because u ought to know there is a reason Metuh, Okupe and Abati are not on the certificate bandwagon; there is no truth to it. It is just to keep you feeble minds guessing.

          And how is your TAN stove doing by the way ?

    • Guest_2

      You’re the real coward.

    • Joe

      Islamism destroyed Nigeria and rendered the Nigerian Army asunder.
      The decline and fall f Nigeria resulted from Islamism and stealing.

      • Dan

        I agree with you, please! Stealing and Islamism is the summary of Nigeria’s crisis today.

    • Aminu

      Please remove that DR from your aboriginated name as only illiterate like you keeps doing same thing expecting different outcome.Nigerians no longer give in to cheap lies and bigotry from PDPigs.What we need is issue base discussion and not beer parlour gist.How i wish your inept Dumbo aggression will be on curropt officials and Boko Haram’s Shekau but it is not cos according to him Stealing is not curruption and Boko Haram are his kids they eat and wine together

      • Deacon

        “Don’t look at Boko Haram as something that is isolated to the North-east; no, no!
        It is meant to spread and cover the entire nation until Christianity is eradicated
        in all its forms and ramifications. There is an Islamic Agenda for Nigeria.

        80% of their (APC) governors are Muslims. Now there must be a restructuring.
        In 2015 the Christians must stand up and insist that the Lagos State governor
        must be a Christian. This Islamic agenda unleashed against Nigeria shall fail.

        In September last year God spoke particularly to Dr. Vincent Aigbogun –
        Director General, National Institute of Transformation – that if care is not taken,
        in 30 to 40 years Nigeria will be like Turkey. And God told him. ‘Go and learn
        what happened to Turkey’. Turkey used to be 100 percent Christian.

        But today, Turkey is 96.04 percent Muslim. Christianity in Turkey is now
        just 0.24 percent.

        Christianity was in Turkey for 1,123 years but Islam has uprooted it.
        Christianity in Nigeria is just 172 years old. If Islam could uproot the
        Christianity planted for 1,123 years in Constantinople, Turkey,
        tell me if it can’t uproot one that’s just 172- years-old in
        Nigeria?”

        …..Pastor Bosun Emmanuel

        [September, 2014)

        • tundemash

          and who is this Pastor Bosun Emannuel u are quoting ?

    • sirbrwnjr

      We are more brave than you can imagine. We held Fulani advance southward,we lost Ilorin due to civil war for your information.. Now, hear this. If your tribe has been great, you would have had an empire like Oyo, Benin and co. You know what? We defeated your father during the war, it shall happen again. Just go and find out from history,no matter how many times you threw a coin,it will always landed flat. Have a nice new Year and God bless with the imminent change coming.

      • Dr Williwilliwilli

        You lost Ilorin bcos of Civil war? You mean there was civil war in 1779? Wonderful! But the Civil war would have ended, why then did’nt you take it back? MKO killed, Kudirat killed, and Mustapha before whom two ‘Generals’ knelt down to cry, is escorted by another Octogenarian medical Doctor back to Kano. What a display of valour!

        My King Jaja resisted and stopped the illegal British taxes in 1771, and chased the British from Bonny and surrounding ports for their criminally exploitative taxes that were a direct rape on my peoples. For that, he was exiled in the Caribbeans until death. You need to take some history classes and I don’t think you ‘kworlify’ to be my student.

        • sirbrwnjr

          I do not need history lesson from you. We are better than you in all ways,that is why you come to seek green pasture in my land. You are welcome to stay as long as you behave.

        • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

          The way some Yoruba leaders bow down before these people amazes me Just imagine the way Tinubu,a Yoruba leader would crawl on the floor like a lizard at the sight of Buhari…..Nawwaaooooo!!

  • Comfortkay

    Our President has been talking tough when he does not even have a shoe on, if you don’t believe ask those that knew him as a village boy.
    Nothing is of priority for Jonathan than scheming for election this year. May God save us Nigerian from the rise of an authoritarian government in a democracy.

  • Olutola

    Happy new year people, we hope for a better Nigeria in 2015DV

  • Naso

    “Goodluck Jonathan lacks broad vision, knowledge, confidence,
    understanding, concentration, capacity, sense of security, courage,
    moral and ethical principles, character, and, passion
    to move the nation forward on a fast trajectory”

    ……….General Olusegun Obasanjo

    • Alex Nwakwo

      @ Naso,

      Get out, i beg. Did Obasanjo himself have any of these things he listed?
      He didn’t have any of it too. That is why Nigeria was jaga-jaga under him.
      Under Obasanjo it was free stealing and only few scapegoats arrested,
      not for justice sake, but to deceive everybody that he is fighting corruption.

      • Olu Ade

        A few scapegoats arrested is far better than zero arrest under Jona. You can google the meaning of “scapegoats” it is using a few to deter others from doing wrong. You can not arrest everybody, it is virtually impossible. By your own admission, at least we got something from Obasanjo, what do we get from Mr. Jona. We got “stealing is not corruption”

        • Gideon Orkar

          How many people did OBJ arrest and prosecute during his first term? How many roads did he construct? What happened to Ore Benin road and what of Lagos Ibadan road. How many train journeys did OBJ take in Nigeri during his time?

  • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

    It is time to get tough with trouble makers since that will save us the blood-bath they plan to unleash. Security agencies and law enforcement should adopt a zero-tolerance approach to national security till the elections are over. Now is the right time to start,they must not wait for the sinister plans to start unfolding before taking action !!

  • TrueNja

    Mr. President, there is a rejoinder against former military president Ibrahim Babangida on Sahara Reporters website by one Mr. Zubair Abdurrauf Idris. If you have not seen or read it, I quote “As for Najak ku and his cohort using fallacious statements should know that, showering abusive words on elders especially General Babangida would not earned him any good because one day this code name will be unveiled and someone will retaliate.” We all know how Dele Giwa and numerous high profile Nigerians were killed. Ms. Orgar of DSS I’m waiting for your response to this statement.

  • Olu Ade

    Good talk about politicians conduct and ambition…but wait a minute, can you send a copy to of your address to governor Fayose in case he was sleeping when you delivered your message. Fayose is one of your supporters who needs to hear this more than the opposition, his 7 is still greater than 19.

    For you Oga at the Top, let your words match your actions and body language this time around. You always says the right things but does something different.

  • Chris1408

    Mr president start by getting tough with Boko Haram and your thieving cousins in the creeks

  • Scalywag

    Let Jonathan talk tough about Boko Haram and not elections. Nigerians are resolved that there is going to be peaceful change on Valentines day. They will vote for hope.

  • Gideon Orkar

    God in his infinite wisdom created the Hausa man to make suya for us But the devil turned their heads and now they are making bombs. Kai Naija don spoil!

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      They hate western education but they use electrical parts and chemicals,they use mobile phones,they use AK47s,and SUVs all products of western education to do Jihad ! I wonder why their god accepts the use of those items since he rejects western education !!

  • True Nigerian

    He doesn’t get it. I have just seen Oyinbo journalists analysing Jonathan on BBC international service. They are all saying that Jonathan’s government is simply not bothered about insecurity as much as it is bothered about winning the election. That is absolutely true. And a weighty tough-talking like the one I’ve just read validates that suspicion further. How can this president be talking about elections only when he’s no longer governing the whole country? A parallel government by terrorists is already existing in some local governments in the country, whilst another government is being operated by some militants and oil thieves in the Niger Delta.

    And yet, this guy thinks that his priority should be to talk tough against people who have warned him to desist from rigging in 2015.

    Well, the president can talk as tough as he wants. But talking tough means nothing if you are not even tough enough to deal with mindless criminals called boko haram. The fact that Amaechi and John Oyegun are warning us that they would never accept a rigged election does not justify any presidential tough-talking in a country where terrorists point and kill people who mentions their name or preaches against them in the mosques. Jonathan does not know his job, and should be sacked. He does not feel the pulse and heart-beat of those he claims to be leading.

    Here is my own tough-talking: Che Guevara said that when a people hate their government, bringing that government down becomes easy!

    On that note, it is a great mistake to under-estimate the power of people’s will. It is a huge miscalculation. IBB, even as military dictator, had to run away from Aso Rock when the water was about to get to his neck. This country, Nigeria, is one of the most complex countries in the world. And that is what Mr President and his advisers must be aware of. Nigerians always look like naive simpletons in the way they often follow their political leaders who trample on them. But history shows that the elastic limits of Nigerians is quite unpredictable. When it happens, it just happens. IBB saw it in 1992/3.

    Dear Mr President, if you rig the next election, the trouble will be so big that you will not be able to deal with it. The trouble makers will be too many for your putridly corrupt incapacitated army and shamelessly lopsided partisan Police IGP (including the loud Mrs Ogar). The trouble will be so much that you will need to fly out of the country.

    Just give us a free, transparent election. We won’t care who the winner is if the process is fair, free and transparent. Their silly excuse that there is no perfect election is an excuse that we will never accept again in this country. Not when Brazil, Indonesia and India (with 1billion people) are all conducting free and fair polls without any challenge. Just rig the election and see what we will do. It will be an opportunity for us to do justice to all the thieves that use their offices to sustain evil leadership in this country. Just try it, and you will have given us a chance to show Abba Suleiman and Marilyn Ogar that corrupted law courts are not the only way for a people to get justice.

    Somehow, we the people, shall prevail. This is our country, our home. Enough is really enough!

    • Guguru

      True Nigerian,

      You have spoken with a soul made of gold. Thank you.

    • ukpaka

      Well articulated!. Just need free and fair election and there will be no trouble. Nigerian judges are the worst on earth.
      I just hate when GEJ goes from church to church campaigning and even the so-called pastors and preachers see nothing wrong with that. A president should go to church and worship and listen to the preacher. But it looks like the offering brought in by GEJ and his gangs are too tempting they abandon the pulpit to the president.
      He preaches issue-based campaign, yet his camp will be the first to throw the first insult or accuse the opposition of either sponsoring terrorism or being an illiterate.
      Oga president, please live what you preach! Also, don’t even try to use the security forces to arrest opposition leaders on the eve of elections because that will be strongly resisted. Play fair and there won’t be no problem.

      • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

        I put it to you hypocrite that the combined military,economic and technological prowess of all the world powers has not defeated Al quaeda,the Taliban,ISIS,Al-Shabab etc in more than a decade. This is assymetrical warfare,it takes time and experience to confront cowardly faceless animals who kill unarmed civilians then run back into the bush to hide.
        The security agencies have the constitutional duty to maintain the peace and they will do that during this election time. Buhari’s Almajeris killed in the past,they will not be allowed to spill the blood of innocent Nigerians again !!

        • Guguru

          Tawanda,

          Take your medicine. No one is talking about Al-qaeda. The medicine is supposed to help you stay focused. Read the label on the medicine.

        • Ukpaka

          Boko Haram is made up of untrained, poorly-fed, un-organized youths. yet, our commander-in-chief and all his generals and billions of naira in annual budget could not contain them. What happens if Nigeria is attacked by a well commanded army from another country? I don’t know about you but this is beyond embarrassing. Our president has failed to lead in 6yrs. His highest-ranking commander told us some 6 months ago he knew where the girls were being held. We’re in 2015 and they’ve changed the story to the fact they’re trying to avoid collateral damage…..gimme a break! Go tell that to some fools at the moto park. Even the president recently said he is getting conflicting advise on the Boko Haram insurgence. How can I trust this guy to lead us? This country can do better. Let’s give our vote to the tested General…GMB. Change is all we need now.

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            You are a joke !! The same Islamic terrorists have beheaded and held dozens of western nationals of the most powerful nations on earth,one wonders why these victims were not found or rescued despite the technological and military advantage of these countries also one wonders why the opposition parties and politicians in these countries do not indulge in politicising such atrocities by blaming their leaders.
            You should be ashamed of your cheap mentality,trying to take political advantage of terrorist acts and if I may ask what solution have you got to bring the girls back,answer the question you brainless hypocrite !!

      • onwastan

        Is it only political opponents will be Arrested.Noooooh.Even u useless Ukpaka will be arrested too. Mumu Monkey like u

  • Guguru

    Summary: Jonathan simply said he will win this election either using the might of the military. A man who cares little for the peace of Adamawa, Yobe, and Borno States suddenly cares about peace across Nigeria during re-election? A man who treated terrorists with “kid gloves” suddenly feels an itch to treat the security of Nigeria with an iron fist? Are we going to continue to live in bizarro world with this man?

    Nigerians should reject these comments coming from an avowed tyrant and complete mediocre. Nigerians should reject these threats from a man who finds comfort associating with men who allegedly sponsor terrorism or are engaged in committing other crimes against Nigerians.

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      When Gen Ihejirika was decimating Boko-haram,the northern Islamic elite led by the likes of Buhari started wailing and sobbing,they screamed “human rights”,they threatened ICC etc. So when the General was retired,Dasuki the NSA introduced what he called the “softly softly doctrine”……and here we are !!
      Your amnesia is on purpose and driven by hate . The security services must ensure that the violence-prone followership of Buhari and other forces of extremism are STOPPED from unleashing mayhem on innocent Nigerians.

      • Guguru

        Tawanda,

        You were the fly on the wall watching when Ihejirika was decimating the Boko Haram? What part of the wall were you located when you witnessed all this “decimation” going on? If the Dasuki introduced the “softly softly doctrine” then what do you have to say to Jonathan’s “kid gloves” doctrine in dealing with Boko Haram? Or are you suggesting that Jonathan is in bed with the northern elite to ensure Nigeria gets its full portion of terrorism?

        I have no amnesia and I hardly know what hate means. Perhaps, I suppose those with psychotic propensities might make such remarks. The security forces must ensure that Nigeria no longer experiences terrorism and those alleged to be close to terrorists such as Ali Modu Sheriff who is a friend to Jonathan, are brought to book. Charity begins at home, correct?

  • Garden-City Boy

    Mr. President, get off your ass; back your tough talk with tough action……and everything else will fall in place. The heavens will not fall!!!!!

    • Gideon Orkar

      abi o!

    • tundemash

      lend him your balls pls ….. he needs it after 6 years !

  • Abubakar sfada

    .mr jonaharam, if U are serious on ur words why cant U begin dealing wit bokoharam before coming to any individuals trouble makers, this is to tell all Nigerians U have arrange trouble for the coming election, that’s why U send ur family to UK an seeking Nigerian to vote U 2015, go wit Ur interest mr jonaharam, God wil give us his protection an we are praying to God to select the right president who can brings peace and good administration to our nation, may the year 2015 shel be a season of happiness to our nation.

  • SAM .A

    Gideon Okar / tawanda incommunicado Oleku / otile why are you responding to ur own tread , are u okay this new year. It is time for Nigerians to come out and tell the truth. expect you do it for secondary gain , u will not be on this medium responding to all tread with disguised names.
    We need men and women of character on this medium for intelligent discussion.

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      You are hallucinating !! @Oleku has been on Nijah cyber space for ages,we do not even stay on the same continent . The truth is that Nigeria will never fall into the hands of a religious and ethnic bigot. Nigerians are determined never to allow those who plot a secret Islamic agenda to hijack leadership……..THAT’S NEVER GONNA HAPPEN !!

      • Guguru

        Tawanda,

        You talk of another person hallucinating? Did you not tell me three days ago that you cry every night when you think about the sheep that keeps eating the tires of your car? Does this sort of remark suggest that the person experiencing these psychotic episodes is normal?

      • SAM .A

        SAM .A TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO • 14 minutes ago
        My last time to reply imbecile like you,while u acknowledged that I should use the brain that I have . You have cerebral disintegration , part filled with sawdust others with cotton wool, there is reverse arrangement, with front at the back & vice vasa. This impair your reasoning ,judgement coherence and logic, that is while you leave gaps in your write up. All you do is to reply to ALL posting on social medial , pouring out your stupidity laced with religious bigotry, ethnicity , sentiment and partisanship. You are always on time to advertise your moral decadence.
        For your information in America here if a child or adult disappear with in minute , you will see amber alert on bill boards and equip serve searching for the lost. Please never you again talk about what you don’t know.
        You are sick . There is no cure for ur cerebral disintegration syndrome (CDS)after election . Wahala ,Shoyemi esq ,Maria & others. may be able to help u meanwhile continue to wallow in the pain of your Syndrome .
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        • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

          This is a despicable hate comment ,Try and write in a more civilised manner !!

          • SAM .A

            I command u to STOP replying to my comment with your ogogoro soaked brain, what is hateful in highlighting that these so called pastors and prophets who have been benefiting at the expense of our poor Nigerians are the real problem. Check out the facts about the man’s prophecy I mentioned above , none were true , they just deceive gullible Nigerians in the name of commercialized religion . You have to stop replying to my tread.

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            Ogogoro is an invention of our Nigerian people which I am indeed very proud about,it tastes better than many imported brands of gin and rum.
            Tai Solarin was the grand Patron of the Ogogoro distillers association at in Western Nigeria before he passed. STOP YOUR INFERIORITY COMPLEX AND KNOW WHO YOU ARE !!

      • Idris Danjuma

        Those who will vote are not in this forum. Most of those posting comments here will not vote.

  • Ukpaka

    Mr. President, Nigerians expect you to talk tough on ending the Boko Haram carnage and ending corruption in our country. It’s not even about talking tough but being tough. Going by how you have handled the above two important issues, I have reason to doubt you will provide a free and fare election considering you’re a participant in the election. So, if my calculations are right, you will try to rig as usual, but unlike the past, the masses will resist. Tompolo and other militants, even with their new warships will not be enough to save you.
    We know your ‘tough talks” are directed to the opposition. We can read you very well. You will be surprised how we’ll react if you try to strong-arm the opposition.

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      The military,economic,technological might of all the world powers combined has not defeated Al-queda,the Taliban,ISIS,Al-Shabab etc in more than 10 years. Nigeria will continue to battle the Islamic terrorists but for them and their sympathizers to use it as a weapon of political blackmail is a no brainer…….Nigerians will never succumb to their excesses !

      • Guguru

        Tawanda,

        Go and take your medicine to help you focus. How did Al-Qaeda enter this discussion? Stay focused on your own or take your medicine to help you stay focused.

        • Naijana

          Ogogoro no get medicine ooooo!

          • Guguru

            LOL!

      • Abdullahi Suleiman

        ThaThats nonesense, y is ds government not demonstrating commited intention in dealing with this basterds called boko haram that u peole imorantly insist they are mislims, well, say what ever u wanna say, w knw they r not, rather only impersonating as muslims so that they give it a bad image, again what can u say about this clueless government in sympatising, protecting, encouraging corruption, c, u knw this governmet has faild n it reveald its incompitence vividly, what w want is a commited government controled by commited n concience leader that w believe in his honesty n unquestionable integrity, jonathan lacks all quality of a productive leader n u all knows it, but sentiment wont let u do d ryt move.

        • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

          Aboki,stop the denial !! THE BOKO-HARAM ARE MUSLIMS FROM THE NORTH,THEY ARE OF KANEM-BORNU AND HAUSA-FULANI ORIGINS.
          ALWAYS REMEMBER THAT THE NORTH CONTROLLED THE COUNTRY FOR ALMOST 40 YEARS AND LEFT A MESS IN THE NORTH,THEY LEFT THE REGION IN MASS ILLITERACY,POVERTY,DISEASE,TERRORISM etc.
          The mess made by northern leaders including Buhari is what subsequent governments are trying to rectify so just keep quiet because your north failed woefully .

          • Ukpaka

            A fair question to ask Johnathan is this: When GEJ took over almost 6yrs ago, were there any part of Nigeria that was controlled by Boko Haram? Are people better off now compared to when he took over? Is the country more divided today or not along ethnic and religious lines now compared to when he took over? If you remove any ethnic sentiment and answer these questions honestly, you will agree with me that we are worse off with Johnathan as president. Things have gotten really bad.
            It’s easy to blame others for his failures. If you’re telling me he has no records to run on besides blaming past leaders from the north, why should he be given another 4 more years so that more innocent Nigerians will be kidnapped and killed by Boko Haram and he’ll still give same excuse: Northern leaders have ruled for 40 yrs.
            So, you’re not making sense dude. Change is needed now!. Federal government is already struggling to make payroll for federal workers and it will only get worse despite all the money accrued to the country the last few years with crude selling for over $100/barrel.

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            Mr Ukpaka,
            1. There was not a single functioning rail line before GEJ
            2. There was not a single vehicle manufacturing company in production.
            3. Federal roads were abandoned but today they are aggressively undergoing rejuvenation.
            4. Take a good look at our airports,more than six new ones have been built and old ones refurbished.
            5. Infrastructure of electric power gas,pipelines,hydro power stations,coal power stations are under construction as we speak,
            6 new universities are the legacy of GEJ.
            7. Name an example of a country where the type of Islamic terrorism of BH has been eradicated in less than 10 years

            It took the Hausa-Fulani and their few SW enablers more than 40 years to misrule and mismanage the country,GEJ cannot perform magic to rectify everything in his short time.

          • Abdullahi Suleiman

            Another question, how can he acheive success by protecting n aiding currupt perdinalities as he is also shamlessly n openly currupt, n mind u, dont call me aboki again, though it means friend but u people use it as other wise, insulting.

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            ….And you feel Asiwaju who clearly had corruption ,forgery and drugs issues hunting him or Turaki who is wanted in the US or Buhari who supported Abacha as he was looting and killing will do better?
            Aboki ,You need your head checked out !!

          • Naijana

            Let him call u A boki and so what? That is the only word he has….u can as well call him Factory baby, Kidnapper, 419er and lots more…and who knows?U may even hit the nail right on. Respect begets respect!

    • onwastan

      Mumu. How is it possible that GEJ will loose election to Sharia man Buhari and that Eko ti ji Opolo eye Thief TAINUBU

      • tundemash

        are u on something stronger than your brain ?
        Muazu, PDP Chairman, signed Sharia into law in Bachi as gov.
        GEJ represented Nigeria at OIC (Organisation of Islamic Countries) in 2013.

        So who exactly is the Sharia man ? Dindinrin !

  • SAM .A

    “Whether they call them self APC or Codeine” – prophet Olobayo. Is this prophet of doom still predicting lies . Blood shed is going on daily in NE. This is the same liar prophet who predicted Papa Bush will win President Clinton in November 1990 , Papa Bush lost his 2nd term presidency to a younger Governor William Jefferson Clinton . This same fake prophet was then predicting important Nigerians would die , that same year he did not see Stoke coming his way , he developed severe CVA that knocked out his lying mouth. I am saying all this to crystallize a point , lying and fake prophet like Olobayo abounds they tend to raise the tempo of the Nation , copycats steps in and actualize their prediction , but God doesn’t do his stuff that way. He has warned us that in the last days fake prophet like Olobayo will rise up , it is left for Nigerians to take heed God’s words rather than patronizing these fake commercial prophets .
    His prophecy belong to the trash .Mr Olobayo predict for yourself .physician heal yourself . Stop predicting evil for individuals and a nation , for we are all mortals.

    • Olu Adesanya

      @Sam:

      Primate Olabayo may be right on this one. The omens are bad in Nigeria – drifting as it does.

  • Gogome

    My People:

    By all means replace Mr. Goodluck Jonathan for incompetence,
    but don’t EVER replace him with an Islamist Jihadist who’d long
    announced that his mission is the spread of Islamic Sharia law
    to each and all the 36 states in Nigeria: from Rivers to Lagos state.
    Islamic Jihad is much worse than Jonathan’s incompetence by far.

    • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

      Nigerians are confident that Tinubu,Atiku and brutal ex-dictator Buhari who supported Abacha as he was killing and stealing are the worst trio ever to be found in one party in our whole political history.GEJ is a hundred times better than these deceivers whose motives are quite sinister and unpredictable !!

      • Worrying Man

        MY PROPHECY FOR THE YEAR 2015

        “It is my prophecy that 2015 is a year of blood. I see blood flowing ceaselessly in the land.
        What i am seeing is not a military incursion into the body polity but the poor will take on
        the rich. It is a revolution i am seeing in no distant future in Nigeria. A man of destiny
        will take over the reins of governance and most corrupt people who’ve been parading
        themselves and masquerading as Nigerian leaders, if they are not dead, will be jailed.

        Between now and January, the country (Nigeria) will witness the worst era of bloodshed
        in its history. And if at all there will be elections next year in Nigeria, the seat of president
        is not vacant, that means if at all there is going to be a presidential election, it will be
        inconclusive just like (the June 12,) that we had during the time of the late MKO Abiola.

        God told me that they are going to rig the election and this will cause an upheaval.
        The results of the 2015 election will not be declared. And if the result is declared,
        the winners of the election will not govern. Whether they call themselves APC or codeine,
        they are all the same. I have told you, there may not be election next year”.

        ………………………Primate Olabayo
        [December 30, 2014]

      • BABAZARIA

        What are “motives” of the so called trio? So that we could decipher whether they are “sinister”

    • tundemash

      and yet this same man you call Islamist REFUSED to register Nigeria with OIC (Organisation of Islamic Countries) but GEJ attended and represented Nigeria at same OIC meeting in 2013.
      Muazu , Chairman of PDP, signed Sharia into law as Gov of Bauchi state.

      So who exactly is trying to Islamise Nigeria?

      For once in your life, ask your masters who brainwash you with this hogwash some had questions !

      • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

        You lie ! It was Buhari who initiated the registration process but could not conclude it before the IBB coup. Buhari had already alienated the west,he hardly had any ties with western Europe or the US,he was fixated on the middle-east !!

        • tundemash

          You are a compound f00l. When next you go for your stipends with Reno, ask him for info if you don’t know. After reading the info below, come back to tell me Buhari forced Dumbo to attend OIC meeting ….. we are waiting for Dumbo to start his campaign before we release more damning info… cl0wn !

          1. Formation
          OIC (Organisation of Islamic Countries) was established in 1969 through a Saudi Arabian initiative, following the burning of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, which was considered an attack on the Muslim world. The Headquarters of the organisation are in Jeddah. The first meeting of the organization was held in Morocco in 1969.

          2. Gen Yakubu Gowon
          Yakubu Gown sent a Nigerian delegation as an observer led by Alhaji Abubakar Gumi to the OIC in its first meeting in 1969 in Morocco. Despite opposition. He Gowon, a Christian from Plateau State took the first set by sending Gumi to represent “Nigeria Muslims”.

          3. General Muritala Muhammed to Gen Muhammadu Buhari Regimes
          The administrations of Muritala/Obasanjo, Obasanjo/Yaradua, Shagari/Ekweme and Buhari/Idiagbon refused to sign to Nigeria’s full membership of the OIC despite pressure and intense lobbying from Saudi Arabia. They maintained that Nigeria is a secular state and not an Islamic country.

          4. General Ibrahim Babangida
          French news agency reported that Nigeria has been admitted into the organization as its 46th member in January 1986. Ebitu Ukiwe from Abia State, then a navy commodore and second in command to the then military President, Ibrahim Babangida, had it rough with that administration when he declared publicly that the decision to join OIC was not discussed at any level of government. Mr. Ukiwe’s denial of the decision reportedly led to his forceful exit from government.

          5. General Sani Abacha
          Maintained Nigeria’s membership despite calls for withdrawal from various groups including Christian Leaders.

          6. Obasanjo/Atiku Abubakar
          At the G-8 Islamic countries in Egypt in 2001, Obasanjo identified himself carrying Nigeria as an Islamic country by attending that meeting. His attendance cemented Nigeria’s Status as a member of the OIC and an Islammic State.

          7. Yaradua/Jonathan Administration Renewed Nigeria OIC Membership
          On April 11, 2012 President Umaru Yaradua renewed Nigeria’s membership the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), the same way IBB registered with the organisation in 1986, the Nigerian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Abdullahi M. Garba Aminchi, quietly visited Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and signed the new OIC charter on behalf of the Nigerian government.

          Although this event was published on OIC’s website the same day and widely reported in other Middle East media, it was not reported in the Nigerian media. The Nigeria Foreign Minister as at then Chief Ojo Maduekwe refused to speak on the matter.

          8. Jonathan/Sambo Administration
          There have been calls by religious groups and others to withdraw Nigeria’s OIC membership. As at this day, Nigeria remains a full member of the OIC, and the President in its capacity appoints delegates to represent Nigeria in OIC.

          ISLAMIC SUMMIT 2013, HELD IN CAIRO
          President Ebele Goodluck Jonathan led Nigeria’s delegation to the OIC Islamic Summit in 2013. Other delegates are…H.E. Dr. Nuruddeen Muhammed Minister of State II for Foreign Affairs, Amb Hassan Tukur (Foreign Affairs Minister), Amb. Abdullah Omaki, Abubakar Sheikh Bunu, Mr. Tijjani Hammanjodu, Mr. Suleiman Sani and Mr. Manir Ibrahim

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            Your long history tutorial was quite uncalled for as it did not cancel out the documented evidence that it was Buhari who initiated moves for membership which was concluded by IBB,in fact IBB uses that as a point of defence whenever the issue rears up it’s head. Buhari started renewed efforts for full membership which IBB merely concluded.

          • tundemash

            Creek monkey, show us the documented evidence.

            Yakubu Gown sent a Nigerian delegation as an observer led by Alhaji Abubakar Gumi to the OIC in its first meeting in 1969 in Morocco. Despite opposition. He Gowon, a Christian from Plateau State took the first set by sending Gumi to represent “Nigeria Muslims”.

            Was Buhari Head of state before 1969 ???????

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            The renewed effort at full membership was initiated by Imam Buhari…He is not denying it by any stretch,one wonders why a brainless maggot like you has chosen to propagate lies on behalf of a radicalized and unrepentant Islamic fundamentalist like Imam Buhari !!

          • tundemash

            You said “Your long history tutorial was quite uncalled for as it did not cancel out the documented evidence that it was Buhari who initiated moves for membership”

            So show us the documented evidence instead of hallucinating here …… how difficult is that Creek Monkey ?

          • tundemash

            You said “Your long history tutorial was quite uncalled for as it did not cancel out the documented evidence that it was Buhari who initiated moves for membership”

            So show us the documented evidence instead of hallucinating here …… how difficult is that Creek Monkey ?

            Below is your dunce with his bowler hat JOYFULLY attending OIC meeting . I guess Buhari COMPELLED him to be at the OIC meeting.

          • TAWANDA INCOMMUNICADO

            A responsible President has to oblige to all international agreements that a country is signatory to. That is exactly what the President is doing. I would rather have a gentle man’s “bowler” than a terrorist turban which you clearly cherish and love !!
            As for the documentation,these things will come into the open as this campaign progresses,I will not do your work,I would rather have Buhari hit hard below the belt at a chosen time !!

          • tundemash

            Cl0wn …. no one is forced to do anything ….. he personally doesn’t have to be there ….. keep looking for excuse for your m0ron.
            Olodo …… keep getting fed with propaganda by your looters. You are just a barking nonentity with nothing to prove.

          • Idris Danjuma

            Tundemash provided evidence and mentioned names, dates and events history. And IBB and Ebitu Ukiwe are still alive. Provide your proof, not just talk which is cheap.

          • onenigerian2014

            No insults make your point. Anyway, what can we expect from people who just left their original base in Sambisa forest. There is beauty in truth, even if it’s painful. Those who lie, twist life so that it looks tasty to the lazy, brilliant to the ignorant, and powerful to the weak. But lies only strengthen our defects. They don’t teach anything, help anything, fix anything or cure anything. Nor do they develop one’s character, one’s mind, one’s heart or one’s soul.

            Politic in Nigeria- it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. Only the tortoise knows what is hidden in its shell. Nigeria to me… is more than a glamorous fact. It is a historical truth. No man can know where he is going unless he knows exactly where he has been and exactly how he arrived at his present place. People like Buhari or Bokohari where the past mistake! How can a goat ever be pronounced innocent if the judge is a leopard? APC people are all too blind to see. A standing prick has no conscience. Procrastination is like masturbation. At first it feels good, but in the end you’re only screwing yourself

          • tundemash

            Amnesty miscreant, give us evidence of Buhari signing Nigeria into OIC and stop barking rubbish. I just gave evidence with pics, dates and names of Dumbo attending OIC meeting .

    • BABAZARIA

      Please what do you know is the definition of Jihad?

      • Dogood

        To extend and enforce Sharia Law to 100% Christian territories, like Imo state
        or Cross-Rivers state is a Jihad. It should be rejected by right-thinking persons.

        • Alaba Sagoe

          “Sharia should be introduced in full across Nigeria. I will continue to show openly
          and inside me the total commitment to the Sharia movement that is sweeping
          all over Nigeria. God willing, we will NOT stop the agitation for the total
          implementation of the Sharia in the country. It is a legal responsibility
          which God has given us, within the context of one Nigeria, to continue
          to uphold the practice of Sharia wholeheartedly. What remains for Muslims
          in Nigeria is for them to re-double their efforts and educate Muslims on
          the need to promote the full implementation of Sharia law.”

          …….General Muhammadu Buhari

          (August 27, 2001)

          • tundemash

            You are shameless liar ….. go tell us another story.

            Muazu, current Chairman of PDP, signed Sharia into law in Bauchi state as gov.

            Tell us what Dumbo was doing in Cairo last year attending OIC meeting ???????

            1. Formation
            OIC (Organisation of Islamic Countries) was established in 1969 through a Saudi Arabian initiative, following the burning of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, which was considered an attack on the Muslim world. The Headquarters of the organisation are in Jeddah. The first meeting of the organization was held in Morocco in 1969.

            2. Gen Yakubu Gowon
            Yakubu Gown sent a Nigerian delegation as an observer led by Alhaji Abubakar Gumi to the OIC in its first meeting in 1969 in Morocco. Despite opposition. He Gowon, a Christian from Plateau State took the first set by sending Gumi to represent “Nigeria Muslims”.

            3. General Muritala Muhammed to Gen Muhammadu Buhari Regimes
            The administrations of Muritala/Obasanjo, Obasanjo/Yaradua, Shagari/Ekweme and Buhari/Idiagbon refused to sign to Nigeria’s full membership of the OIC despite pressure and intense lobbying from Saudi Arabia. They maintained that Nigeria is a secular state and not an Islamic country.

            4. General Ibrahim Babangida
            French news agency reported that Nigeria has been admitted into the organization as its 46th member in January 1986. Ebitu Ukiwe from Abia State, then a navy commodore and second in command to the then military President, Ibrahim Babangida, had it rough with that administration when he declared publicly that the decision to join OIC was not discussed at any level of government. Mr. Ukiwe’s denial of the decision reportedly led to his forceful exit from government.

            5. General Sani Abacha
            Maintained Nigeria’s membership despite calls for withdrawal from various groups including Christian Leaders.

            6. Obasanjo/Atiku Abubakar
            At the G-8 Islamic countries in Egypt in 2001, Obasanjo identified himself carrying Nigeria as an Islamic country by attending that meeting. His attendance cemented Nigeria’s Status as a member of the OIC and an Islammic State.

            7. Yaradua/Jonathan Administration Renewed Nigeria OIC Membership
            On April 11, 2012 President Umaru Yaradua renewed Nigeria’s membership the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), the same way IBB registered with the organisation in 1986, the Nigerian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Abdullahi M. Garba Aminchi, quietly visited Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and signed the new OIC charter on behalf of the Nigerian government.

            Although this event was published on OIC’s website the same day and widely reported in other Middle East media, it was not reported in the Nigerian media. The Nigeria Foreign Minister as at then Chief Ojo Maduekwe refused to speak on the matter.

            8. Jonathan/Sambo Administration
            There have been calls by religious groups and others to withdraw Nigeria’s OIC membership. As at this day, Nigeria remains a full member of the OIC, and the President in its capacity appoints delegates to represent Nigeria in OIC.

            ISLAMIC SUMMIT 2013, HELD IN CAIRO
            President Ebele Goodluck Jonathan led Nigeria’s delegation to the OIC Islamic Summit in 2013. Other delegates are…H.E. Dr. Nuruddeen Muhammed Minister of State II for Foreign Affairs, Amb Hassan Tukur (Foreign Affairs Minister), Amb. Abdullah Omaki, Abubakar Sheikh Bunu, Mr. Tijjani Hammanjodu, Mr. Suleiman Sani and Mr. Manir Ibrahim

        • Rickshaw

          The facts in the public domain today show Yemi Osinbajo as a defender of Islamism
          in Lagos state. He is the only Christian Pastor who’s publicly come out to support

          continuous Muslim rule of Lagos. Yemi Osinbanjo went further to write an essay

          on the internet saying AC/APC is NOT unfair to Christians.

          He stated in his essay that there is no Islamic bias whatsoever in either Action Congress
          or in APC. This Christian Pastor (Yemi Osinbajo) then approved the 100% Muslims APC

          registered as executives with INEC.

          What’s the difference between Yemi Osinbajo; and, a dyed-in-the-wool Jihadist,

          like Tola Kasali? The only difference is that Tola Kasali goes to a mosque, and,
          Yemi Osinbajo goes to a church – but besides that, there is no difference at all,

          insofar as Tola Kasali declares Muslim supremacy, and, Yemi Osinbajo agrees to it.

        • Ricky

          The facts in the public domain today show Yemi Osinbajo as a defender of Islamism
          in Lagos state. He is the only Christian Pastor who’s publicly come out to support
          continuous Muslim rule of Lagos. Yemi Osinbanjo went further to write an essay
          on the internet saying AC/APC is NOT unfair to Christians.

          He stated in his essay that there is no Islamic bias whatsoever in either Action Congress
          or in APC. This Christian Pastor (Yemi Osinbajo) then approved the 100% Muslims APC
          registered as executives with INEC.

          What’s the difference between Yemi Osinbajo; and, a dyed-in-the-wool Jihadist,
          like Tola Kasali? The only difference is that Tola Kasali goes to a mosque, and,
          Yemi Osinbajo goes to a church – but besides that, there is no difference at all,
          insofar as Tola Kasali declares Muslim supremacy, and, Yemi Osinbajo agrees to it.

          • Jones

            @ Dogood:

            “A corrupt tree cannot bring forth good fruit. For out of the heart proceed
            evil thoughts, murders, adulteries, fornications, thefts, false witness, and,
            blasphemies. The love of money is the root of all evil; which, while some
            coveted after, they erred from faith and pierced themselves with sorrows.

            For what shall it profit a man if he shall gain the whole world and lose his own
            soul? The getting of treasures by a lying tongue is a vanity tossed to and fro
            of those that seek death. There are thorns and snares on the path of the crooked.

            Anyone who guards himself prudently will stay far from the crooked.
            Brethren, you shall not steal. Theft entails deceit; and in a heart where
            the spirit of deceit is, there, the spirit of God cannot be.”

          • tundemash

            Most pastors and xtaisn go to Dubai for holiday. Dubai is a sharia state. Stop being a hypocrite.

            Muazu, current Chairman of PDP, signed Sharia into law in Bauchi state as gov.

            Tell us what Dumbo was doing in Cairo last year attending OIC meeting ???????

            1. Formation
            OIC (Organisation of Islamic Countries) was established in 1969 through a Saudi Arabian initiative, following the burning of the Al-Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem, which was considered an attack on the Muslim world. The Headquarters of the organisation are in Jeddah. The first meeting of the organization was held in Morocco in 1969.

            2. Gen Yakubu Gowon
            Yakubu Gown sent a Nigerian delegation as an observer led by Alhaji Abubakar Gumi to the OIC in its first meeting in 1969 in Morocco. Despite opposition. He Gowon, a Christian from Plateau State took the first set by sending Gumi to represent “Nigeria Muslims”.

            3. General Muritala Muhammed to Gen Muhammadu Buhari Regimes
            The administrations of Muritala/Obasanjo, Obasanjo/Yaradua, Shagari/Ekweme and Buhari/Idiagbon refused to sign to Nigeria’s full membership of the OIC despite pressure and intense lobbying from Saudi Arabia. They maintained that Nigeria is a secular state and not an Islamic country.

            4. General Ibrahim Babangida
            French news agency reported that Nigeria has been admitted into the organization as its 46th member in January 1986. Ebitu Ukiwe from Abia State, then a navy commodore and second in command to the then military President, Ibrahim Babangida, had it rough with that administration when he declared publicly that the decision to join OIC was not discussed at any level of government. Mr. Ukiwe’s denial of the decision reportedly led to his forceful exit from government.

            5. General Sani Abacha
            Maintained Nigeria’s membership despite calls for withdrawal from various groups including Christian Leaders.

            6. Obasanjo/Atiku Abubakar
            At the G-8 Islamic countries in Egypt in 2001, Obasanjo identified himself carrying Nigeria as an Islamic country by attending that meeting. His attendance cemented Nigeria’s Status as a member of the OIC and an Islammic State.

            7. Yaradua/Jonathan Administration Renewed Nigeria OIC Membership
            On April 11, 2012 President Umaru Yaradua renewed Nigeria’s membership the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC), the same way IBB registered with the organisation in 1986, the Nigerian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, Abdullahi M. Garba Aminchi, quietly visited Ekmeleddin Ihsanoglu, the Secretary General of the Organization of Islamic Conference (OIC) and signed the new OIC charter on behalf of the Nigerian government.

            Although this event was published on OIC’s website the same day and widely reported in other Middle East media, it was not reported in the Nigerian media. The Nigeria Foreign Minister as at then Chief Ojo Maduekwe refused to speak on the matter.

            8. Jonathan/Sambo Administration
            There have been calls by religious groups and others to withdraw Nigeria’s OIC membership. As at this day, Nigeria remains a full member of the OIC, and the President in its capacity appoints delegates to represent Nigeria in OIC.

            ISLAMIC SUMMIT 2013, HELD IN CAIRO
            President Ebele Goodluck Jonathan led Nigeria’s delegation to the OIC Islamic Summit in 2013. Other delegates are…H.E. Dr. Nuruddeen Muhammed Minister of State II for Foreign Affairs, Amb Hassan Tukur (Foreign Affairs Minister), Amb. Abdullah Omaki, Abubakar Sheikh Bunu, Mr. Tijjani Hammanjodu, Mr. Suleiman Sani and Mr. Manir Ibrahim

        • BABAZARIA

          This is your personal definition, which is totally untrue and baseless. You need to go research the Internet and read from true Islamic sites about Jihad, its rules, when and how it can be waged.
          Having said that what do you say of the evengalists who go knocking door to door of Muslims houses trying to make them accept the word of the Lord they believe in?? Have you ever heard any Muslim fighting or protesting against that??
          Mark you religion is never by compulsion and this is a cardinal principle of Islam. So nobody is compelled to accept it. The irony is that nobody has died and come back to tell us which of the religions we practice is the correct one. So why the hatred, suspicion, anger, abuses against Islam and those who have chosen to practice it.
          Please let everybody practice what he believes and is convinced to practice, and never pork nose on someone else’s affairs. Do your own I do my own.

  • favourtalk

    Story for the gods, nigerians will vote for change in the coming election by his grace, we are tired of every failed promises over the years which has no effect on the common man on the street more than just fake lives. Poverty and rugged lives everywhere courtesy of GEJ administration

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  • Kitunde

    So we wait until after elections to deal with trouble makers? I laugh…There are trouble makers now, killing thousands,kidnapping thousands,taking over swathes of Nigerian space…Shouldn’t the President’s wrath be directed to them now…Like Now..

  • abbadd

    The killer GEJ is finally unveiling his true elf. The 2015 election is a sham millions of people in the north cannot vote because they have no voters card without which you can’t vote. How many times have INEC or the presidency encouraged people to get the voters card? This is what GEJ wants o use to win the election he knows people in the north have no voters card because of the insurgency and insecurity.

  • Tease

    The commander in chief cannot bite a finger

  • Olamide

    Keep blabbing……Na today

  • Aliyu Muhammad

    I am sorry mr. President but you are the real trouble makerin this country,you secretly buy weapons for the BH, you underfund the security agencies you harass the opposition your men always make statements that are threat to the peace of the nation but you always keep quiet and whenever your attention is drawn to it you always look the other side, you only respond to the opposition when they respond to a threat issued to them by your men