Buhari, Jonathan Make History As Nigeria’s New President Takes Over

Former military ruler, General Muhammadu Buhari has made history as the first Nigeria's President from the an opposition political party, even as former President Goodluck Jonathan became the first incumbent president to relinquish power. The history was made in Nigeria today at exactly 10.55AM when the new President, Muhammadu Buhari, was sworn in. The event, … Continue reading Buhari, Jonathan Make History As Nigeria’s New President Takes Over

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Don’t Vote Jonathan, Buhari’s Wife Tells North | TheStreetReporters.com

All Progressives Congress Presidential Candidate, Aisha Buhari, has condemned alleged bashing of the North by the wife of President Goodluck Jonathan. It was alleged that Patience Jonathan described the region as an enclave of beggars and unwanted children...read more

Jonathan commissions Akwa Ibom International Stadium, Nest of Champions, Tomorrow

The beautiful city of Uyo is the perfect setting for the opening of a new chapter in the history of sports in Nigeria. Come November 7, 2015, the Governor of Akwa Ibom State, His Excellency Godwin Akpabio, will lead the government and people of Akwa Ibom state in opening the Akwa Ibom International Stadium aptly … Continue reading Jonathan commissions Akwa Ibom International Stadium, Nest of Champions, Tomorrow

Jonathan Gets Amaechi’s Kinsmen Endorsement for Second Term

Notwithstanding perceived political cold war between President Goodluck Jonathan and Governor Chibuike Amaechi of Rivers State, Ikwerre ethnic nationality has thrown its weight behind the re-election of the President. The community also passed a vote of confidence on former minister of state for education, Nyesom Wike in the forthcoming general elections, calling on Jonathan and … Continue reading Jonathan Gets Amaechi’s Kinsmen Endorsement for Second Term

2014: Seven Jonathan’s Ministers Quit Cabinet as FEC holds Valedictory Session for Them

Seven ministers, in President Goodluck Jonathan's cabinet have resigned to run for political offices. According to the President on Wednesday, the ministers that quit his government were Mr. Labaran Maku (Information); Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu (Health); Mr. Nyesom Wike (State, Education); Samuel Ortom (State, Industry, Trade and Investment); Senator Musiliu Obanikoro (State, Defence); Mr. Darius Ishaku … Continue reading 2014: Seven Jonathan’s Ministers Quit Cabinet as FEC holds Valedictory Session for Them

President Jonathan Hails Ndigbo Contributions to National Devt

President Goodluck Jonathan has hailed the contributions of the Igbo people, otherwise referred to as Ndigbo in the local parlance, to the development of the country. In his message to the World Igbo Congress Day, held in Houston, Texas, USA last weekend, copy of which was made available to newsmen in Abuja Thursday by the … Continue reading President Jonathan Hails Ndigbo Contributions to National Devt

Jonathan Pledges to Implement National Conference Report

President Goodluck Jonathan on Thursday thumped his chest for organising a successful national dialogue, saying he meant well for the country and promised to implement the recommendations of the 2014 National Conference, which officially closed Thursday. The president made the pledge Thursday at the National Judicial Institute, NJI, ‎during the closing ceremony of the conference, … Continue reading Jonathan Pledges to Implement National Conference Report

Jonathan Nominates FRSC Boss Chidoka as Minister

President Goodluck Jonathan has forwarded to the National Assembly the name of Ositadinma Benjamin Chidoka, 43, as a Minister of the federal republic of Nigeria. This is contained in a letter read on the floor of the Senate today. If cleared, Chidoka will take the slot of Anambra State in the federal executive council. Osita, … Continue reading Jonathan Nominates FRSC Boss Chidoka as Minister

Senate Confirms Shekarau, Adeyeye, Others as Ministers

The Upper Chamber of the National Assembly on Wednesday confirmed the appointment of Former Governor Ibrahim Shekarau (Kano), Mr. Adedayo Adeyeye (Ekiti), Dr. Stephen Orhu (Delta), and Dr. Abdul Bulama (Yobe) as ministers. The nominees who answered questions from the senators on the state of the nation, agreed that an urgent review of the country’s … Continue reading Senate Confirms Shekarau, Adeyeye, Others as Ministers

Why Nigeria Needs a National Conference By Goodluck Jonathan

“…this is a National Project, a sincere and fundamental undertaking…” Remarks by His Excellency, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR On the Occasion of the Inauguration of the National Advisory Committee On our Country’s Conversation towards a Greater Nigeria State House, Presidential Villa, Abuja Monday October 7th 2013   PROTOCOLS   1.            Today, we are taking historic and … Continue reading Why Nigeria Needs a National Conference By Goodluck Jonathan