Don’t vote analogue politicians in digital age, Jonathan’s aide tells Nigerian youths

Former president Goodluck Jonathan campaigning. Pic used to illustrate the story.

An aide to President Goodluck Jonathan on Youth and Student Matters, Jude Imagwe‎, has called on the youth not to vote for “analogue in this digital age.’

He said, President Jonathan is digital President who deserves reelection.

“That is why he is bringing in speed trains into the Nigerian railway sector,” Mr. Imagwe said.

In his address to a town-hall meeting in Kaduna, organised by the Directorate of Youth Mobilisation of the PDP Presidential Campaign Organisation, Mr. Imagwe said Nigerians now see railway moving across the country in real life unlike before when they only saw it on posters and textbooks.

He appealled to the youths not to allow Nigeria “go back to analogue”.

“Kaduna state has had its share of the Jonathan administration; from Education, Aviation, Roads, youth development and every other sectors,” he said.

Mr. Imagwe commended Kaduna youth, women and children for not allowing themselves to be used for violence despite the insurgency in the Northern part of the country.

He however urged them to support Governor Ramalan Yero as he represented the youth in every form and respect. He assured the people that Nigeria was secure, safe and would continue to be so under President Jonathan.

Mr. Imagwe said it was only the PDP that has remained a uniting factor in Nigeria, with membership and leadership across the country.

Meanwhile, Mr. Yero, represented by his Chief of Staff, Yahaya Aminu said, the youth must be ready to take their sensitization and campaign to all nooks and corners of the country to spread the gospel of transformation agenda.


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  • Truthometer

    It’s better to vote analogue politicians in digital age than to vote thieves, ritualists, cutthroats, thugs and eternally corrupt elements.

  • mama angela

    Yes I agree with Mr President, Nigeria can not Afford to go back to where we are are coming from. forward ever and backward never. up GEJ

    • Tman

      But yet he is against the use of modernity to determine his fate?

  • Tman

    Let the President show by example by making use of PVC and card reader that will convince us his level of modernity.

  • dap

    You have digitalised corruption and that is enough an achievement. Enough of you guys! What the people want is something else. The PhD made no difference and that is questioning the educational system at the same time. The average time for bagging a PhD in Nigerian institutions is 7 years but with the least impact as the Nigerian Preisdo has made the least positive impact in the last 6 years. Enough of the political higi haga!!!!

  • Maitama Tambari

    Jude Imagwe doesn’t know the meaning and difference of analogue with digital age. First, it was late President Yar’Adua who initiated and the signed the contract for a speed train from Abuja to Kaduna. Second, the speed train was expected to continue to Kano. Imagwe, your boss scaled the Abuja Kaduna line to single lane. This has removed your digital to analogue because with speed train, there should be two lanes to avoid collation. Drive from Abuja to Kaduna for confirmation. Your boss has suspended Kaduna Kano because the North is the beneficiary. Jude Imagwe, tell the truth so that you can sleep better in the night. CHANGE! YES WE CAN.

  • Sandra

    Nigeria is a failed state…!!!

  • George

    THis writer is a bastard Igbo man what of those killed in your region have you remember them first sympathy for people who do not want you alive is a sin before God.

  • Ballason Gloria Mabeiam

    It is indeed sad that our country suffers from selective memory.We toss away tragedies soon before we have found solutions to them.No parent forgets the loss of a child because it is not just the loss of a life but of dreams and hope.Buni Yadi like other tragedies related to it, should remind us of the need to reach a concensus of what evil is and why it should be sanctioned.May the lives of these boys rest in perfect peace and may their families find healing.