No need to ask if you are feeling the APC ‘Change‘ or not.
We all voted out Goodluck Jonathan in 2015 and now, we all are enjoying the change we voted for and we will continue it till 2013
Now, just imagine PDP selects GEJ as their candidate for 2023 Election
Would You Vote For Him Or Stick With APC?
Yes or No? – What’s Your Reason?
Let’s hear from you all.
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Opeyemi December 3
Even all my family will vote for him because it better we have Boko Haram in the country and they didn’t close the border or any filling station then for some from grace to grass
Oluwaseyi December 3
Yes I would vote for him because his tenure is far better than President Muhammad BUHARI.when he was in power Money was well in circulation, even tho he was wasting money(spending anyhow) Money was well in circulation.if he is voted for I know enough Money would be in circulation
David December 3
Honestly! I see no reason voting for him because he also didn’t do well during his tenure, nobody is competent enough to rule Nigeria, every leader is out for himself and family, so the idea of voting for Jonathan is a”NO”.
Aderibigbe December 3
I will definitely select him,, because his is the best thing that has ever happened to we Nigerians but we are too blind to see it… We never gave the chance,,,when he was in the office,,bag of rice then was N9500 and fuel then was sold at the rate of N97.. During his we saw our economy grow massively and even the poor masses have something to boost of then… So ah will definitely go for him If PDP choose him for 2023..
Joseph December 3
Yes because we already know what he can do than not knowing what another person will do.
Nigerians trusted buari and he fucked up can you imagine in this situation in Nigerian buari still got married to another wife
Ajibola December 3
Yes ooooo,I really don’t have a reasonable reason, but I can remember fully than when Goodluck was in seat the sufferings were reduced, people’s job was guaranteed but immediately Buhari came my sist lost her job because the company had to close down because they weren’t getting international jobs like that
Promise December 3
Yes, I will vote for him because this is the man that has the interest of Nigerians in his heart, this is a man that leaves to develop his region and was developing the Northern path. This was the same man that any life of Nigerian was important more than any other thing, this is a man that lost an election he did not go to court or cause crisis in the country instead he congratulated the winner before the announcement of the winner was made. I believe with this leadership charisma of his I, Mr. Promise will vote for him.
Ibrahim December 3
I will not vote for himHe has nothing to offer
Let us stop voting for past leaders
Or someone that has been in government before
I will not vote for him
Aziz December 3
Goodluck Jonathan can never win the 2023 election if PDP presents him as its presidential candidate, neither can he even ever win any election again in Nigeria till the world comes to an end no matter how his loyalists or rehabilitators try to remodel him.Everybody knows that Jonathan failed as a president. Everybody knows that Jonathan ran one of the most corrupt governments in Nigeria’s history. Everyone is aware that Jonathan nearly ran the country aground. And no one has forgotten that it was his cluelessness and failure that gave birth to Buhari –another one chance that Nigerians wished they never entered. In other words, Jonathan’s government was a colossal disaster that Nigerians were eager to do away with, immediately they had the chance to replace him with anything.
Abdul December 3
People have the belief that former president Goodluck Johnathan’s regime was better than president Muhammad Buhari’s regime. I would say a big No, during Johnathan’s regime all seems fine but the country was all in debt. We borrow money from the World Bank, China. All the money we borrowed I don’t know where they used it to.
During the Buhari regime, he discovered there are some ghost workers who get paid for no reason. Although the recession has made things worse but better.Let leave the candidates and check out the parties
PDP party was founded in 1998 and a year after they contested for an election which they won.
And for over 16 years they have been in power and the country hasn’t moved forward!
PDP has been ruling since the 1999 election in which former President Olusegun Obasanjo was elected. So PDP ruled from
1999 – – – 2015.
Although APC was founded 2013
But it was the merge of ACN,
I guess the first election APC campaigned for was the 2015 election which they won.
Till now if APC can continue ruling or any other party except PDP it will do the country good.
During the regime of PDP, there was money looting that why things were not hard..
As for me if PDP in general contests for any election I won’t vote talkless of any candidate.
I won’t vote for Goodluck Johnathan
Tunde December 3
Why not i will, apart 4rm bein a political-minded, even a day baby cn also feel d atmosphere now, dis so call change team av ruins everything economically. And one yoruba says ” a king dat rule and d town was peaceful and d king dat do d other side both names we nt perish nah”. We knw d truth nd d truth shal set us free.
Christopher December 3
If I am to be sincere to myself I would vote for him(Goodluck Jonathan) not just because he is my fellow Christian or he is under the umbrella of PDP but because the man in question did more good than harm to this country as Ex-President,If eventually PDP decides to take him as the flag bearer coming 2023 to contest for President I would vote for him without thinking twice because I have never voted for him before and it is not because I didn’t like him then but because I wasn’t eligible to vote then, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan would always be a man I would support any day anytime, it’s just so saddening that most people portray him a drunkard, soft-hearted kind of a person n that’s why they made us vote him out in 2015…
Ayedun December 3
For PDP to obstruct APC now dey need a merger with a faction from APC
Of course millions of Nigeria would vote 4 Goodluck but as we know it does not end with voting
So certainly I am voting the best silent democrat Nigeria has ever produced he did well in his first tenure and considering what is happening now I think he would do well and more 4 Nigeria
quyom December 3
Hello, and a happy new month.
Goodluck Jonathan was one of the true Democratic presidents we’ve ever had and if he is selected by PDP I will vote for him because of past achievements:FAILURES OF JONATHAN’S ADMINISTRATION
1. The Chibok Girls: No singular issue generated as much criticisms and heat for President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan within and outside Nigeria as his administration’s apparent inability to rescue the abducted Chibok girls who were missing for nearly 10 calendar months. Despite concerted efforts by various civil rights organizations and world leaders to pressurize his government to mobilize resources in ensuring that the schoolgirls were rescued, very little was achieved.
2. Perceived Corruption: There is no gainsaying that his administration was perceived as corrupt by many Nigerians and international observers, though it would do everyone a world of good if I chip in here that no Nigerian administration – at least since the oil boom – has been perceived as corruption-free during its tenure. Many stakeholders and social commentators have pointed to the fact that no top official was prosecuted during his administration
3. Power: The power situation in most parts of the country failed to improve despite numerous assurances by his government that it will. In 2014, Nigeria generated a peak electricity output of about 4000 MW, a paltry figure when put side by side with the country’s socioeconomic indices, including population, natural resources, and human capital.
4. Insecurity in Northern Nigeria: There is virtually no day that Nigerians did not wake up to the news of one heinous act of terrorism or another in the northern part of the country. As a matter of fact, it became such a routine occurrence that many Nigerians were no longer perturbed. Due to the frequency, the attacks had simply – and sadly – been stripped of any shock value whatsoever.
5. Neglect of Some Regions: Despite being the real power base of the Jonathan administration, the South East region of the country saw very little by way of federal government presence and development since the administration’s inception. Dozens of abandoned federal projects littered the zone, ranging from the disgraceful Onitsha-Enugu expressway to the make-believe Second Niger Bridge and from the non-functional Onitsha River Port to the abandoned Enugu coal mines.
6. High Youth Unemployment : Though his administration deserve some commendations for a host of programs it embarked upon that are geared towards employment generation, such as the Subsidy Reinvestment and Empowerment Programme (SURE-P), the Youth Enterprise With Innovation in Nigeria (YOUWIN) and some employment projects in the ICT industry, millions of Nigerian youths still roamed the cities jobless.
7. Grassroots Economy: Millions of Nigerian lived below the poverty line and their lives were significantly and positively affected by economic growth.
8. Elitism: Many Nigerians were of the opinion that the president runs an administration that is disconnected from and inaccessible to the average Nigerians.
I am going to list some of his achievements.
1. Economic Reforms.
2. Vibrant Democracy.
3. Railway Sector Reforms.
4. Aviation Sector Reforms.
5. Education Sector Reforms.
7. Agricultural Sector Reforms
8. ICT Revolution
9. Banking Sector Reforms
10. Gender Parity in Politics.
If he is to return as a candidate am sure he would have learnt from his mistakes. WE VOTE FOR PROGRESS OF NIGERIA.
Lukman December 3
Former President GEJ will remain one of the best Presidents of Nigeria.His rivals claimed his administration looted funds yet things were working really well for the Average Nigerians(masses).We experienced Economic growth and development to some extent under his previous administration,he also ensured socio-economic equality like construction of Almajiri School’s in the North even as a Southern he tried to bring education as close as possible to the Northerners who have always neglected it.
With this I am sincerely telling you that if he is chosen by PDP to represent them in the 2023 elections I will vote for him and give him my full support, I am never sticking to APC they have failed Nigeria as a whole.
Toyeeb December 3
No. None of the past leaders except Yar’Adua Umar. During Jonathan regime, the price of oil in international market was very high and Nigeria realised more oil revenue than what we have now but nothing to show for that…… It was still insecurity, debts, embezzlement from all angles and unchecked corruption….
Jonathan as a person is not bad but the people around him like the former minister of petroleum Diezini madueke embezzled the hell out of our treasury that’s a result of the easy manipulation of Jonathan.we don’t need to move backwards…..
we’re still not there and the problems hinted above are still there till today, but not as before corruption has reduced, at least a little…..
And with the low revenue from oil that we’re still experience now FG has been able to put up some capital projects like the construction of second Niger bridge (40% completed), rail project from Lagos to kano( has commenced), and the most recent rehabilation of roads across the country (Funds has been earmarked for that ) social programs like the N-power, school children feeding etc…. These things are done with low funds from oil but with increased debt…..
But with the big money received from oil and the debts as well during GEJ administration, nothing substantial can be show for it.
let’s not move backwards, I’m not in support of APC as well but let’s keep moving forward.
Adebisi December 3
Yes I will vote for him due to because he had understand the system more than when it was his first time to attain d post….technically n strategically d lope holes he had then like issues of terrorism he will have a strategy to solve it,which was his only problem as at then and the issue of corruption…..even as at that there was flow of money in d system through out d country even if there was corruption…..
It’s better to food b4 going to bed in a corrupted system than going to bed with empty stomach in a not corrupted system…
Even all the money EFFC n abacha money, he would have pour it out to d country
Seyi December 3
No and here is my reason to buttress my point.during ex present jonathan region ,during the kidnapped of chibok girls,When Boko Haram kidnapped more than 200 schoolgirls from the town of Chibok in northern Nigeria, Jonathan failed to realise how much this would capture the public’s attention, both locally and internationally. His failure to speak about the kidnap for several weeks made him appear uncaring. These shortcomings were exacerbated by the behaviour of his wife, Patience, when she met the mothers of the kidnapped girls. Her ostentatious display and over-the-top emotions were mercilessly parodied .Jonathan’s perceived casual indifference to the suffering of his people was compounded when he was photographed celebrating his niece’s lavish wedding just a few days after,Boko Haram had killed 2,000 people in the town of Baga.
Jonathan’s relations with party members at times resembled a football coach antagonising his star players into leaving for rival teams. His tendency to fall out with colleagues simultaneously weakened his party and strengthened the opposition. He quarrelled with one after another; leading several of them to leave the party in frustration and join the opposition All Progressives Congress (APC). The alliance between these and the opposition shoved Jonathan out of power.
Jonathan has also pardoned a formerally accused of fraud and money laundering, increasing the cloud of suspicion hanging over his government.
These events caused deep resentment in other parts of Nigeria and created the impression that Jonathan ran a government that benefits those from his part of the country, the south, but not many others.
Jonathan even managed to get into a
public feud with the governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, the respected Sanusi Lamido Sanusi. In February 2014 Sanusi alleged that $20bn of Nigerian oil revenue was unaccounted for. Rather than investigating the claims Jonathan fired Sanusi for his impertinence at publicly hinting of government fraud.
AKANNI December 3
I will definitely not vote for him….
My reason is that let us allow people that have never be in that government should be there. Let the youth rule no matter what.Did Old Albert not say that you cannot solve the problems of today by using the same instruments that created them? That is why they gave the man a Nobel Prize and made him the man of that century 1900-1999!
My reason why youth should rule.
They can use technology for governance
Technology plays an important role in the development of a country. A country cannot develop without adapting to science and technology in various sectors of the economy. Research and development is crucial to advancements in agriculture, science and technology and education. Youths will be able to adapt more comfortably to a world where science will continue to determine the way we live.
They are agile enough to withstand the rigorous work of office
Youths are energetic, they to endure the physical challenges of leadership. Youths can stay long hours in office and hold meetings and travels for hours longer than someone in his 60s or 70s can handle.
Youth have more progressive ideas
Youths are believed to have to have progressive ideas that can move the country forward. Rather than replaying old ideas and stuck on primordial beliefs, youths will look into the future when making decisions about governance.
They are open new ideas
Youths will also be opened to new ideas that can drive growth in different sectors of the economy, they are able to welcome new ideas that would develop the country more that the older politicians who still believe in the old ways of governing.
SHERIFFDEEN December 3
I will vote for good luck Jonathan because when he was the president nigeria is africa’s biggest oil producer and its largest economy, but many fail to feel the benefits with nearly half the population living below the poverty line. Continued corruption is seen as partly being to blame. national income is due to grow by more than 5% but people did not seem in the mood to thank Mr Jonathan for this. APC supporters chanted “change” wherever they went and it seems to have caught the mood. The PDP has been in power since the end of military rule in 1999, and 2015 is the year that nigerians decided that someone else should have a go at sorting things out. But it became harder than we thought
BELLO December 3
Good morning everyone.
The last time a PDP candidat, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan was the president of Nigeria, unarguably, the situation of things was better, very very better. I read this sometimes ago that for the 5 years Jonathan ‘destroyed’ Nigeria
50kg bag of rice was ₦8000
Fuel was ₦87
$1 was ₦150 (₦199 in 2015)
Lagos-Abuja air fare was ₦10,000
A bottle of Coke was ₦60
A tin of Peak milk was ₦80
₦18,000 minimum wage was equal to $120. The destroyed in quote was our conclusion then as citizens, not knowing that a “very well destroyed” economy was coming very soon.
I think we need to change our ruling party back to PDP because their “worst” time in governance was actually better than APC’s claimed “best” time in gorvenance.
okereke December 3
I would have to vote Goodluck Jonathan as president of Nigeria in 2023 because, in the year 2010 to 2015 he had ruled Nigeria. In his tenure some many thing went perfectly well; like the Transformation Agenda, removal of fuel subsidy, the cleansing of land poisoning, he launched the Youth Enterprise with Innovation in Nigeria (YOUWIN), and so many other positive things where done by him. In the year 2015, he had election, which is his 2nd tenure as the president of the country. Which was performed but was not fairly carried out. Upon still, in order to allow peace to reign, he peacefully handed over to Mohammadu Buhari, the current president of Nigeria. In June 2019, Goodluck Jonathan emerged as chairperson of the newly inaugurated International Summit Council for Peace (ISCP). Because he had lost the 2015 presidential election to Muhammadu Buhari, becoming the first sitting Nigerian president to concede electoral defeat.
For one to be able to bear all the characteristics, therefore my vote would surely go to him as the next president
Emmanuel Onyeka December 3
The truth is that Nigerians are never satisfied. Jonathan did all he could but he was not immune to corruption also.
With this current administration, I would not be motivated to vote for Jonathan. Corruption during his reign was at its peak and he seemed incompetent. Allison Madueke was able to get away with millions of dollars, the arms deal from South Africa, you just name the rest.
The question still remains… ‘who re they deceiving or repersenting ?’
permit me to digress a bit, Fashola became the Lagos state governor for two tenures because many called him a SAN who understood the law nd Osibanjo the VP who seems to be almost irrelevant despite being a pastor and the vice president.
There highly schooled individuals have failed us and widely celebrated by their loyalists.
I see no reason why Jonathan should emerge president . Nigeria needs fresh minds who can restructure and enact new policies that favour all and sundry. God bless Naija.