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PRESIDENT JONATHAN COMMISERATES WITH KING SALMAN AND PEOPLE OF SAUDI ARABIA ON DEATH OF KING ABDULLAH

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has joined other world leaders in commiserating with King Salman Ibn Abdulaziz and the people of Saudi Arabia on the death of his predecessor, King Abdullah Ibn Abdulaziz.

​ PRESIDENT JONATHAN’S LATE SISTER TO BE BURIED TOMORROW

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s younger sister, Mrs. Nancy Jonathan-Olei who passed away on Sunday, January 4, 2015 is to be buried tomorrow, Friday, January 23, 2015 in Otuoke, Bayelsa State.

FEDERAL GOVT. REDUCES PUMP PRICE OF FUEL: STATEMENT BY THE PETROLEUM MINISTER

As you may be aware, there has been a lot of volatility in the oil market in the past few months and due to this the importation prices of our petroleum products have been impacted.

PRESIDENT JONATHAN VISITS NIGERIAN SOLDIERS IN MAIDUGURI, SALUTES THEIR COURAGE AND PATRIOTISM

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan undertook a surprise visit to Maiduguri Thursday on the occasion of Nigeria’s Armed Forces Remembrance Day to meet with officers and men of the Armed Forces currently in the frontline of the war against terrorism and insurgency in the country.

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President Jonathan's remarks on the Occasion of the AgriFest 2015 Event

Remarks by His Excellency, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR On the Occasion of the AgriFest 2015 Event Friday 23rd January, 2015

7 Impressive Ways President Jonathan Fought Corruption By Anthony Obuegbe

These days, I hear people say that president Jonathan has done “nothing” to fight corruption in Nigeria. When I hear this, two things come to my mind. It’s either…They don’t know the truth or… They are lying. For Nigeria to “beat” 8 countries to become the 136th most transparent country in the world is not accident. It happened for a reason. Below are 7 things the Nigerian President did to reduce corruption:

Buhari: History and the Wilfully Blind by Shaka Momodu

Thirty years ago, he faced the cruel and ignominious fate of being tied to the stake and a hail of bullets from marksmen ended his precious life. That person was Bartholomew Owoh (26) who alongside others, Bernard Ogedengbe (29) and Lawal Ojuolape (30), were executed by firing squad after being arrested and tried for drug trafficking.

Nigeria, Confronting the Challenges by Fmr. Governor Peter Obi

The point being made here is that our challenges are as real as the government’s tackling of them. We must hold together as people and also thank God for the determination of Mr President and his Economic Management Team, to set the economy on a strong macro-economic footing.

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Why Certificate Matters

See why certificate is important: A plane was about to crash and there were only four parachutes in the plane.

US top think-tank, Brookings, project Jonathan win; say APC is a fragile anti-Jonathan setup

Brookings, the World’s most influential think-tank based in the United States, have projected a President Jonathan victory over the opposition candidate’s General Buhari in the 2015 Elections which it suggests would be keenly contested.

‘Nigeria’s Economy Strong, Stable under Jonathan’ - Independent Research Group

The Nigeria Posterity Project (NPP) has stated that in spite of the challenges arising from the dwindling global oil prices, Nigeria’s economy remains strong and stable under President Goodluck Jonathan,

FASHOLA DESTABILIZES BUHARI’S CAMP: SAYS AGBAJE (57) IS “TOO OLD TO RULE LAGOS” AT IKEJA RALLY

Governor Babatunde Fashola of Lagos State on Wednesday, in what is deemed a major faux-pas on his part has tasked Lagos residents to resist the idea of voting for Mr. Jimi Agbaje the PDP governorship candidate for being too old to rule the state. Mr. Jimi Agbaje born March 2, 1957 is currently 57 years old.

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Nigerian President Jonathan Determined to Win War on Terror

Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan has promised that his administration will win the war on terror despite what he describes as efforts by some individuals to sabotage efforts to combat Islamist militant group Boko Haram.

Corruption allegation blackmail against Jonathan, says Abati

Special Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan, Dr. Reuben Abati, in this interaction with newsmen said the allegation of corruption against his boss’ administration has become a refrain coming from those politicians bereft of ideas hoping to blackmail him. The Presidential spokesman also gave the assurance that his boss will win the 2015 Presidential election convincingly even as he maintained that the government has yet to make any declaration on fuel subsidy removal as being variously specu

Impeachment Threat Not A New Thing, Opposition Only Heating up Polity – Abati

Insisting that the President has not committed any impeachable offence, the presidential spokesman argues strongly that while blackmail is the reason why the issue of corruption is being played up against the current administration, those accusing the Jonathan government of corruption are the ones who are most corrupt

Jonathan did not order Police to invade N/Assembly — Abati

In this interview with Dr. Reuben Abati, Special Adviser to the President on media and publicity, he explains the type of persona President Goodluck Jonathan his and the success of his re-election declaration penultimate week. He speaks about the uncommon virtue of calmness and good sense of President Jonathan. On last week’s drama at the National Assembly, Abati categorically denied any involvement of the presidency in the episode.