Road to Nigeria becoming a one-party State (2): National Students’ Union endorses President Jonathan for second term

August 29, 2014


As I read this, I first thought it was satirical but at the end, I saw nothing to that effect.  I just wonder how students would be endorsing any candidate for national office if they are really serious students.  TOLA.


Nigeria 2015: NANS endorses President Jonathan for second term – [Nigeria’s] Premium Times

The President of NANS, Yinka Gbadebo, who led the National Executive members of the association on a courtesy visit to the First Lady, Patience Jonathan, expressed their support at the Presidential Villa in Abuja.

The delegation, which passed a vote of confidence on Mr. Jonathan, also presented a certificate of credence to Mrs. Jonathan for her pursuit of peace and empowerment of women and the youth.


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FRIDAY, AUGUST 29, 2014.  2:35 p.m. [GMT]

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4 Comments on “Road to Nigeria becoming a one-party State (2): National Students’ Union endorses President Jonathan for second term”

  1. Fatai Bakare Says:

    This endorsement should not bother one. To every coin, there are always two sides. I have the feelings that, the students are divided and the pro-Jonathan side is this one. Money or other inducement must have changed hands. Students, though very importamt cannot be used to judge one party State. It can’t just be possible. There will always be left and right and even the center.



    • emotan77 Says:

      Thanks, Fatai.

      These for-hire students’ endorsement bothers not but it is the way things always start in Nigeria. I am unaware that the president has declared he would run and yet he’s being endorsed. Of course the students must be divided but just as “60 percent of Nigerians” was found by NOI (Ngozi Okonjo Iweala) Polls before the 2011 elections and so it just happened to be when the April elections’ results were out, I’m not in doubt as to the length or depth that PDP could go to pursue its 60-year domination of Nigeria as predicted.

      P-l-e-a-s-e, Dear Fatai, NEVER say anything “can’t just be possible” in Nigeria because the less sense anything makes in this country, the more likelihood of it – or worse thing happening MUCH, AS YOU AND I MOST NIGERIANS would not want such to happen. When the Health Minister declared Nigeria has contained ebola, I think you were one of the people who received a personal mail from me – AND the title I gave my letter; if not, please let me know and I’ll forward it now that the Port Hacourt incidence has held our country up to ridicule.




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