Jonathan Better Than Buhari – PDP

Lai Mohammed

The Peoples Democratic Party​, ​PDP​,​ has said the APC Presidential candidate, General Muhammadu Buhari cannot boast of any development project in any sector of the economy during his regime as head of state.

PDP National Publicity Secretary, Olisa Metuh​,​ in a statement on Monday said when juxtaposed with the performance of President Goodluck Jonathan’s democratically elected government, it becomes clear that “Buhari is not and cannot be a match for President Jonathan”.

The ruling party said General Buhari failed because he lacked the capacity and the capability to comprehend complex issues at the highest level of governance.

It said the APC presidential candidate “lacks team spirit, a principal component of public private partnership critical for national development, a character his colleagues in the military rejected and kicked him out of office.”

In a sector by sector juxtaposition of the General Buhari and Jonathan administrations, the PDP observed that “while Buhari suspended the constitution and led Nigerians by the nose, President Jonathan exhibited excellent democratic credentials by enhancing the rule of law wherein Nigerians, including Buhari now relish all kinds of personal freedoms which he denied the citizens during his rule.”

The party recalled that while Buhari enacted the Military Decree 4 of 1984 with which he abolished the freedom of the press, President Goodluck Jonathan not only signed into law the Freedom of Information Act to, but also consolidate the rule of law in the country

Whilst the Buhari administration carried out extrajudicial killing of innocent Nigerians using widely condemned retroactive law, President Jonathan has never trampled on the rights of any Nigerian, instead he has remained sincere, humble and calm despite all unwarranted provocations.

“On education, General Buhari never built a single school during his regime as head of state and never cared for the educational advancement of any part of the country including the north. On the other hand, President Jonathan revamped the education sector, established 14 new universities in two years, revitalized the Unity Schools, initiated the Back To School Programme, established the Almajiri System of Education for the progress of hitherto neglected children from the north, an innovation General Buhari never thought of, among others.

“Under Buhari, no effort was made to revitalize the railways as an instrument of mass transport in the country. Instead, General Buhari, on account of he famed parochial and sectional nature, scrapped the Lagos Metroline Project at a loss of over $78 million to the Lagos taxpayer. On his own part, President Jonathan has revived the railways. Today, our trains are back, ferrying passengers and goods along various routes across the country. The case is the same in the road sector, which was also neglected by General Buhari as head of state but now being transformed by President Jonathan.

“On health, while General Buhari neither initiated nor executed any project in this sector that has direct bearing on the welfare of Nigerians, President Jonathan has repositioned this sector through a meticulous implementation of his National Strategic Health Development Plan (2010-2015).

“Nigerians now have access to better and affordable health care with new technologies that have better positioned our hospitals to handle medical emergencies and disease control using international best practices and cost-effective interventions.

“Also while Buhari did nothing to enhance the power sector, President Jonathan successful unbundling of the power sector with polices that encouraged massive private sector investment for greater productivity. The speedy completion and commissioning of key power stations including the Geregu Power Project in Kogi state, Omotosho 2 Power Station in Ondo as well as huge investments in other power plants across the country. The projects are there. The facts speak for themselves.

“In the same vein, the APC Presidential candidate cannot boast of any investment in agriculture. Today, with the unique interventions by President Jonathan, Nigeria’s food import has declined by USD5.3 billion between 2013 and 2014 even with our increasing population. Our nation now ranks as one of the biggest food producers in Africa with our food production expanding by an additional 21 million metric tons between 2011 and 2014, a record exceeding the nation’s set target of 20 million metric tons set for 2015.

“Furthermore, while Buhari failed in ensuring the productivity of the manufacturing sector, the Jonathan administration has repositioned the sector while creating enabling environment for private businesses to thrive. Today, the neglected automobile sector has been revived and cars are now being manufactured in our country as a result of the New Automobile Policy initiated by President Jonathan.

“On security, we wish to remind General Buhari that Nigerians are still waiting for him to show them the investment he made in enhancing the military and security agencies which suffered the worst type of deprivation under him. This sector has now been re-equipped by President Jonathan to effectively confront the security challenges facing our country.

Stating that Nigerians are more prosperous under Jonathan, the PDP recalled that the nation’s economy now ranks as the largest in Africa as against the situation under General Buhari. The party insisted that “what the nation needs now is not a return to the “dark days”, but to continue with President Jonathan and his Transformation Agenda for the benefit of all.


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  • just kennie

    Story for the gods. Unfortunately, your pay master has ru out of goodwill.

  • Tayo Ogundipe

    I’m sure Nigerians know better than to give a man such as Buhari who has no regard for the democratic process and what it stands for. To juggle your memory just a little a bit, is it not the same so called Buhari that attempted to kidnap Umaru dikko from the United Kingdom in a diplomatic bag? ….please let’s not be blinded by all this razzmatazz about ” CHANGE” this APC people are preaching, it is total nonsense.

    • Baba

      Democratic process ke? You mean loosing our territory to boko haram and the growing corruption are democratic process?

      • Tayo Ogundipe

        No territory has been lost to boko haram it is still an on going fight which the government is really tackling through every means possible, insurgency is never an easy task to tackle due to the forces that are working day and night to discredit Jonathan’s government.

      • Tayo Ogundipe

        Our territories have not been lost, is it Buhari that now has slightest idea of what democracy is?

  • karl marx

    For where? you will leave to tell a different story after Feb 14th 2015,then that man encouraging[ corruption master] must have finish preparing his farewell note to Nigerians. Shameless corrupt leaders! trying to cover up their evil corrupt deeds by telling Nigerians that this nominal PhD holder that doesn’t differentiate between what the people want and what they don’t want. VOTE GMB/ OSINBAJO, THE BEST CHOICE FOR THE PEOPLE OF NIGERIA.

  • Akinwade Kolawole

    NIGERIA IS GETTING BETTER
    34 DAYS TO ELECTION NIGERIANS REMEMBER THIS
    1. Trains are back after 30 years of dormancy (that means easy access to commercial towns at afordable prices for trading activities)
    2. 25,000 kilometers of federal roads were rehabilitated (that means no more hold up during festive period and a total reduction in accident rate)
    3. Construction of 450km of gas pipeline in the country (that means an improvement in industrial productivity powered by the gas sector)
    4. Construction of 11 power plants across the nation (let us be sincere to ourselves electricity has improved beyond measurable doubt)
    5.Nigeria has diversified into an Agricultural economy by laying a solid foundation in the agricultural sector.(that means no more hike in the price of food)
    6. SURE-P Internship scheme has taken many graduates of the street
    7.Every state in Nigeria has a Federal University which is a big plus to our generations yet unborn.
    8. so many youths have been financially empowered through PTDF Funds, Agric loans and scholarships awarded.
    9. UNITED NATIONS appreciated the Nigerian government for curtailing a disease outbreak that would have wiped out the entire nation (EBOLA) If God used GEJ to wipe out Ebola in 2014 Boko haram will be a forgotten issue
    10. Manufacturing industries have sprang up in NIgeria especially indigeneous car makers ie INNOSON.
    EVEN IN THE FACE OF EVIL CIRCUMSTANCES A MAN HAS BEEN ABLE TO ACHIEVE SO MUCH IN JUST 5 YEARS……………. NIGERIANS TAKE A DEEP THOUGHT

    GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓ GEJ✓

  • Musa Yaro

    You cannot compare light with darkness. GEJ is centuries ahead of Buhari. Buhari still lives in medieval era. He will go to Southern Nigeria and preach ‘one Nigeria’ but over here in North he will be telling us to vote along religious lines. We are are tired of his dirty politics that have sent many innocent southerners to their early graves and destroyed their businesses. Buhari is a fouled air. With GEJ,we are now having breath of fresh air. Together,we shall reject Buhari for the final time of his miserable life. Vote GEJ,so that we can retire the wicked man!

    • Babandum

      It is sad that you have to lie with your identity to sell your product! sad indeed!

  • Preye Aganaba

    Lest we forget…what some folks seek is not change in itself. For me, President Goodluck Jonathan has recorded significant achievements in key sectors of the economy.
    That said, folks shouting ‘change’ want power returned to ‘born to rule’ power merchants. That is the change they are clamouring for. Sadly, those who should know better have ignorantly joined this lunatic movement, calling for a change in leadership.
    If you want to change a government in power, present a viable alternative. But in my opinion, APC/Buhari has not offered any viable alternative. The only cliché I have repeatedly heard is, “we will end corruption.” How that will happen or the modus operandi the party intends to adopt is still a story for the gods.
    The sad reality is this. President Jonathan will ride on the cluelessness of the opposition party and secure a resounding victory in 2015.

    • Baba

      If you are looking for cluelessness go to Abuja

  • Timothy Aseer

    When President Jonathan came into office, he pledged to fight the scourge of corruption in Nigeria, which was holding our country back from reaching its potential.

    Over the past four years he has followed through on that pledge, scoring numerous successes in the fight against corruption, and moving Nigeria forward.

    Here are 10 things you might not know about President Jonathan’s efforts:

    1. He has chosen to fight corruption with good strategies and diligence, not brute force.

    2. He will not abuse his powers in order to appear tough on corruption. He believes that following due process while fighting corruption strengthens our institutions.

    3. He granted the EFCC independence from the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, so it can pursue corruption in the public sector without interference.

    4. With smart policies, he has decimated almost 4 decades of fertilizer subsidy fraud, saving N50bn in a single year.

    5. He revived the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) to eliminate a major avenue of corruption in the public sector. This has resulted in the elimination of 50,000 ghost workers and N139bn in savings.

    6. Project Aquila, implemented under President Jonathan, has helped reduced up to 20 million liters a day in PMS subsidy fraud by using technology to track the movement of petroleum products around Nigeria.

    7. He approved the compulsory retirement of a judge that dismissed a grievous corruption case against a Bank CEO before taking the defendant’s plea.

    8. He approved the sack of a judge that upheld the results of a fraudulent election in Osun State even though the Judge’s decision had benefitted his own party, PDP.

    9. He approved the suspension of a judge that had sentenced a man, convicted of stealing pension funds, to a paltry fine instead of prison.

    10. He doesn’t like to make a big show of it, because there is a lot more work to be done, but he is winning the war on corruption.

    1. He has chosen to fight corruption with good strategies and diligence, not brute force.
    2. He will not abuse his powers in order to appear tough on corruption. He believes that following due process while fighting corruption strengthens our institutions.

    3. He granted the EFCC independence from the Attorney General and Minister of Justice, so it can pursue corruption in the public sector without interference.

    4. With smart policies, he has decimated almost 4 decades of fertilizer subsidy fraud, saving N50bn in a single year.

    5. He revived the Integrated Payroll and Personnel Information System (IPPIS) to eliminate a major avenue of corruption in the public sector. This has resulted in the elimination of 50,000 ghost workers and N139bn in savings.

    6. Project Aquila, implemented under President Jonathan, has helped reduced up to 20 million liters a day in PMS subsidy fraud by using technology to track the movement of petroleum products around Nigeria.

    7. He approved the compulsory retirement of a judge that dismissed a grievous corruption case against a Bank CEO before taking the defendant’s plea.

    8. He approved the sack of a judge that upheld the results of a fraudulent election in Osun State even though the Judge’s decision had benefitted his own party, PDP.

    9. He approved the suspension of a judge that had sentenced a man, convicted of stealing pension funds, to a paltry fine instead of prison.

    10. He doesn’t like to make a big show of it, because there is a lot more work to be done, but he is winning the war on corruption.
    vote GEJ,vote for progress!

    • Brandon Tor

      Indeed Jonathan has fought corruption by having $20 billion missing under his watch, overseeing the most criminal fuel racket in Nigeria’s sad history, where over $7 billion was stolen, supporting the mass looting of NNPC and preventing the minister of petroleum from answering the National Assembly. Pension rackets, freeing Alameisigha, a convicted criminal, letting Abacha’s son off the hook with over $400m looted from the national treasury, using a reknown criminal to lead his campaign in the west etc. fighting corruption indeed! In 6 years not one government official indicted for corruption despite the mass corruption everywhere in government. To hell with this satanic government.

    • Baba

      How about our territory that Jonathan surrendered to boko haram? We can’t allow a failed commander in chief to continue after failing to protect our lives and properties.

  • abdul auwal

    What are u guys waiting for, lets join the winning team and not dubious, violent APC……… look how credible they all are …. No1 Bola Tinubu?….No2….Chris Ngige?…No3…Rochas Okorocha?….No4…Amaechi of Rivers state, who told us he steals state money because Nigerians permit polithifians to steal? Should I continue counting? You all know the track records of all these guys. These are all the inner gang of Buhari who cannot produce even FSLC or WASCE equivalent which the constitution requires. The difference between GEJ and BUHARI is so clear that even the blind can see. GEJ all the way!!!!!!!!

  • Okafor Emeka

    It’s a dangerous precedence 2 allow a war monger & person without d requisite certificate to bomb his way into Aso Rock. ‪#‎rejectbuhari‬

  • Tayo Ogundipe

    Jonathan is far better than Buhari..over the course of his tenure he has been able to achieve 1. Promotion and practice of true democracy by creating an enabling environment where people from diverse backgrounds and with divergent views and opinions can be accommodated. Under the watch of Goodluck Jonathan administration, the APC was registered by INEC as a mega opposition party big enough to challenge the PDP at both state and national levels. This would have been unthinkable some years back.

    2. Conduct of free and fair elections in the country, including the 2011 poll which was adjudged to be the most credible election of its magnitude that has ever been conducted in the country, though it was not without its flaws. Unlike in other administrations, the Goodluck Jonathan administration has given a free hand to the country’s electoral umpire, INEC, to perform its statutory duties.

    3. Relative non-interference with electoral and judicial matters. This is evident in the number of governorship elections that have been won both at the polls and in the court by opposition parties in Anambra, Imo, Osun states, among others.

    4. Liberalization of the press and guaranteeing the freedom of speech in a country where the stifling of the press and suppression of the citizens’ right to freedom of speech used to be the norm, a legacy of over 30 years of military rule. The existence of vocal anti-government media houses and critics would have culminated in some high-profile assassinations some years back, but today citizens are free to air their views whenever and wherever they like just like any other sane country.

    5. Opening up of Nigeria to the global business community and becoming Africa’s number one destination of foreign investors. In the first six months of 2014, a total of US$9.70 billion or N1.51 trillion flowed into the national economy as foreign direct investments (FDI).

  • Pam Daylop

    one thing I have NEVER deceived myself with is the fact that President Jonathan is NOT a saint. No man even come close.

    But when you stand President Goodluck Jonathan and Gen Muhammadu Buhari side by side, you will agree with me that Jonathan is way ahead in every human indices you can think of.

    The only thing you Buhari supporters always chant is that Jonathan’s govt is corrupt. So I ASK them:

    ** is ENROLLING into NDA without the basic requirement not corruption?

    ** he could not account for the $2.8billion that got missing while he headed the petroleum ministry in the 70s. Is that not corruption?

    ** in 1983, he overthrew the govt of Alhaji Shehu Shagari over corruption charges. He set up military tribunals across the country to try political office holders and some top govt officials. Two different tribunals found Dr Alex Ekwueme, the Vice President to Shagari and Chief Adekunle Ajasin NOT CULPABLE at various times, but each time he would order for a retrial by another tribunal. After THREE trials and these men were still found not to have stolen NOT EVEN ONE KOBO of govt’s money, he still ordered that they be locked up in Kirikiri Maximum Prison!
    Meanwhile Alhaji Shagari, his Hausa-Fulani tribesman and the head of the govt he overthrew was NEVER tried but placed under HOUSE ARREST in the comfort of GOVT HOUSE, Ikoyi. What is this if not tribalism (corruption!)??

    ** is it not corruption too that Gen Buhari could not account for over N25billion that is missing in the PTF he was Executive Chairman between 1996 and 1999??

    ** is LYING under oath as the general did, concerning his certificate being with the “Secretary of the MILITARY BOARD”, not corruption??

    ** the fact that you people always chose to sweep this man’s many sin under the carpet while pointing out the sin of another is nothing but corruption??

    From the foregoing, it is obvious that the only good thing Gen Buhari is very good at is COVERING his own corruption while pointing accusing fingers at other.

    Can we afford to trust such a crafty man with the destiny of a modern Nigeria in a crises global economy??? The answer is a big NO!

    To get to where we desire to where we ought to be moving forward. Not backward.

    ‪#‎SayNO2Fraudster‪#‎SayNO2Buhari‬

    ‪#‎Vote_Goodluck_Jonathan‬

    • VOTEoutGEJ!

      Goodluck is a delusional daydreamer and a wishful thinker who is living in perpetual fantasy. The presidency is more about duty than a title. We need a leader with a US diploma who believes that stealing is corruption, takes responsibility for his actions and keep to his words

  • TRUTH MASTER

    Metuh is a very dishonest man who will regret his anti-Nigeria actions in the days and weeks and months ahead!

    • taiwo

      janjaweed brain,if Metuh who by the way is everything a publicity secretray should be is dishonest according to your warped theory what do we now say about Liar Mohammed who’s shameful and divisive statements has brought about so much tension being witnessed in our polity today.His latest attempt to intmidate the DSS from carrying out its investigations into their nefarious activities is a case in point.RESERVE YOUR ADVICE FOR LIAR MOHAMMED YOUR PAYMASTER

      • TRUTH MASTER

        He is everything a publicity secretary should not be: dishonest, loud-mouthed, brash and crude!

        • VOTEoutGEJ!

          He is also a tout, a thief and land grabber

    • malik shaibu

      When did they release you from psychiatric hospital lunatic?

    • VOTEoutGEJ!

      Mischief runs in his blood line and ethnicity!! Whenever any leader want to mess up Nigeria, he uses an Igbo man!! Arthur Nzeribe’s Association for Better Nigeria (ABN) helped to annul Abiola’s election, Daniel Kanu’s Youths Earnestly Ask For Abacha (YEAA) wanted to perpetuate Abacha in office, Onyinye Ikeagwuonu’s African Peoples Congress on orders of PDP wanted to frustrate the merger of opposition parties against PDP and GEJ. They are natural born spoilers in Nigeria. We shall see who will vote for their presidential candidate…

  • Ifeanyi Chukwujekwu

    Nigeria under GEJ and PDP is in the right hands. We cannot afford to miss this golden opportunity to consolidate on the foundation to greatness. Buhari is a spent force,with no formal education. Three decades after leaving power,he couldn’t invest in acquiring knowledge simply because he doesn’t understand the importance of education. he shall cry again February 14.

    • Baba

      You called steady loose of our territory to boko haram as achievement to be consolidated

  • Okafor Emeka

    You can’t compare a PhD holder with a stark illiterate. It’s an insult to our sensibilities. We believe in GEJ,he has made right decisions that has lead to right directions. We will re-elect him again inspite of the odds. Jonathan shall lead us again in 2015.

    • Baba

      Which Phd holder? You mean the one who graduated from those poorly equipped Nigerian universities that can be best described as glorified secondary schools if compared with thier counterpart in nearby Ghana.

  • abdul afoede

    Yes, in the protection of thieves.

  • talk4change

    See this people oooo, February 14 is coming it will open ur mouth like valentine…….. When thEy Announce GMB

  • taiwo

    The two are not comparable in anyway whatsoever.APC shot itself on the foot when they allowed Tinubu to impose his candidate on them

  • malik shaibu

    Still wondering why the APC handlers are busy running from pillar to post and hurling abuses all over the place instead of refuting the claims of achievements made by the PDP or even making any attempt to refute or deny the allegations of non performance leveled against Buhari while in office.IS IT TRUE THAT BUHARI CANCELLED THE LAGOS METROLINE PROJECT,DIDNT BUY A SINGLE RIFLE FOR THE ARMY,DIDNT BUILD A SINGLE SCHOOL NOT TO TALK OF A SINGLE POWER STATION WHILE WE ARE ALL AWARE THAT JONATHAN HAS BUILT AND COMPLETED MORE THAN 20 POWER STATIONS.BOUGHT NNS THUNDER WAR SHIP,FIGHTER HELICOPTERS AND OHER HEAVY MILITARY EQUIPMENTS ETC.These are the issues that Nigerians wish to be addressed on

    • Brandon Tor

      Nobody needs to refute lies!!!!!! The PDP is a prty of lies. Did Jonathan take over government from Buhari? Buhari ruled 30 years ago and left Nogeria in much better shape. It has been ruined by Babangida, Abacha and PDP since 1999. The worst of them all is the current government under the charlatan from Otueke. Metuh’s tale is a litany of lies. Nigerians know better. Why has Jonathan not approved the request of the Lagos state government to build the red line railway on Badagry express. Try another story. PDP will lose this election by such a wide margin they will be traumatized for life. Nigerians intend to put all the evil politicians in PDP out of business for life!

      • taiwo

        APC e rat with your fake name claiming to speak on behalf of Nigerians.The worst is that you dnt even have any facts.Tell us just one achievement from Buhari during his tenure or go and hide your janjaweed face in shame

      • Remi

        The problem with PDP is that they are starting to believe their lies. What was the exchange rate, petrol pump price and WAEC failure rate in 1980?

      • malik shaibu

        Hiding under a fake name to call your president a charlatan just because you support bokohari will still not save you guys from impending trashing at the polls.Nigerians are tired of your noisemaking and insults

        • Baba

          Bokohari is ten times better than a failed Commader in chief who is steadily loosing the territory he swore to protect.

  • oluwaseyi mayowa

    Jonathan should go and sleep,he won the election the day Buhari emerged as the presidential candidate of the APC.It became a no contest.Even the north dnt see him as their candidate but as a frail old man who looks more and more sickly as the rigours of campaign takes its toll on his old body and another potential Yar Adua saga in the making

  • shamsudeen sadiq

    Sai Jonathan2015 Sai Sambo 2019

  • tunji braimoh

    Jonathan is head and shoulders far better than Buhari both in achievements,educational qualifications and even physical appearance.Imagine the sight of the tall scraggy looking and frail islamic crooner with a very brief scruffy man with unkempt hair tagging behind him being introduced as the president and vice president of Nigeria in this 21st century.GOD FORBID

    • emmy

      Look at you. Religion sentimentalist.

    • Baba

      You can’t compare a Commader in chief that lost our territory to shekau with a competent general who has a tract record of discipline and patriotism.

  • taiwo

    APC has been consistent in saying that PDP has ruled Nigeria for 16 disastrous
    years in which corruption, impunity, insurgency, armed robbery and several ills
    of society held sway.
    But at a very close look at the APC, I am seeing:
    1. Rotimi Amaechi – 8 years speaker; 7 year, Governor…
    under PDP.
    2. Atiku Abubakar – 8 years Vice president under PDP.
    3. George Akume – 8 years Governor under PDP.
    4. Bukola Saraki – 8 years Governor; 2 years, Senator
    under PDP.
    5. Timipre Sylver – 4 years Governor under PDP.
    6. Audu Ogbe – 2 years Chairmanship of the PDP.
    7. Aminu Masari – 4 years as the Speaker, House of
    Representativesunder PDP.
    8. Chris Ngige – 3 years Governor under PDP.
    9. Rabiu Kwankwaso – 7 years Governor; 3 years
    Defense minister under PDP.
    10. El Rufai – 4 years FCT Minister; 2 years BPE
    chairman under PDP.
    11. And to cap it all, Obasanjo is the navigator of the
    APC, a man who spent 8 of the disastrous 16 years as
    the maximum ruler of Nigeria.
    It is now clearer that APC is a waste basket of the PDP, where the people
    who created and perpetuated the 16 disastrous years are now dumped. So where
    is the change coming from? Are they now saints because they joined APC?
    Pls be WISE & VOTE not for those seeking power by FORCE
    ASSOCIATION OF PAST CRIMINALS (APC ) – Ulu Anthony Ukiwe wrote

    • saj

      The change is coming from the repented hearts and mind of these people that has the ability to have the foresight of what the country is about to became under the incompetent party they were in before,and joined the continues crying of the entire masses of the country for change. And we the masses forgive anyone that offended us before and understand his misdid to join us for the mission. Moreover those people are the people that helps PDP a lot in rigging and winning the elections before,now the said no, I mean capital NO to PDP. so by any circumstances this time the people of this country are going to change this incompetent party and it’s government, wether anyone like it or not, by the grace and the will of almighty God. Enough is enough.

  • aminatabubakar04

    Under president Jonathan, we can say transformation can speak for itself in so many sectors of the economy.

  • Nmekamegbulem

    APC failed the day they present Buhari as their presidential bearer. Does it mean APC doesn’t have educated young man to present? Why allowing illiterate old man to champion their cause in this 21st century, a man who first destroyed democracy, a man who was speaking in favor of Boko haram until recently when he was pressured by his party officials to speak against Boko haram, a very sick man, a tribalistic man, a man with no balanced statement as a former leader. While APC and northern governors are rushing to Yoruba land to seek OBJs counseling on issues because of his wisdom, how many of you have heard that any northern governor have gone to seek knowledge from this man not to talk of southern governors. Enough of this debate, Buhari have nothing to offer Nigerians except the urge to legalize sharia laws in the north including middle belt.

  • femi olukiran

    Jonathan is without debate the best man for the job, Buhari is no match for GEJ what is there to compare? Is it in terms of Age? GEJ is way younger and open to new ideas than Buhari, should we talk about educational qualification? Need I say more… GEJ all the way my people.

    • Baba

      No way for GEJ. In this period of growing insecurity and our quest for peace, we will definitely cant continue to keep hunting for peace with a cripple dog, which PDP led govt represent.

      • femi olukiran

        That’s not true, so let me ask u something is Buhari a better candidate?

  • Ladidi Danlami

    President Goodluck Jonathan remains the best, most electable and most viable candidate for the march polls in 2015… No doubt the president has presented a good score card and some milestone achievements are feasible within his government.