President of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan, has been making waves among the young Nigerian populace on social networking website Facebook in recent times. Through a Facebook page opened on 28th June 2010, he has systematically been sharing his belief in Nigeria and his dream for Nigeria. Things seem to be looking very good for him so far. For a page unleashed barely a week ago, he has done tremendously well with followership as he has already attracted 65,783 people at the time of writing. On 28th June 2010, he wrote:

Today, in fulfillment of the promise I made at the 26th convocation of the University of Port Harcourt on Saturday, 15 May 2010, I have created a facebook fan page to interact with Nigerians. As I said on that day, there is an unchallengeable power of good in the Nigerian nation and her youth and through this medium I want Nigerians to give me the privilege of relating with them without the trappings of office. GEJ

A snapshot of President Goodluck Jonathan's page on Facebook

A snapshot of President Goodluck Jonathan's page on Facebook as at 4th July 2010.

Not only are his brief messages read with rapid attention, but thousands of Nigerians are freely giving their feedback to his messages as well. Much as his messages potray him as a humble man with a genuine drive to serve his country Nigeria, it obvious that this is a calculated attempt to win the heart and minds of Nigerians who are active on Facebook, in a bid to secure electoral victory to continue in the Office of the President of Nigeria after Election 2011. Whilst there is nothing wrong with him standing to be elected or with him driving his way into the hearts of Nigerians, one cannot help wondering if any drastic & positive change can really come out of his party – People’s Democratic Party (PDP).

Yesterday 3rd July 2010, President Jonathan wrote on his Facebook page and I quote:

I want to assure you that your feedback and comments on this page are important. I read them and they have influenced government’s policy. On Monday, a young Nigerian named Tuokpe Onuwaje who is resident in California made a comment on this page expressing disappointment that though California has the 7th largest economy in the world Nigeria does not have a consulate there yet we maintain one in Atlanta, Georgia which has a smaller economy. This youth further informed me that Nigeria had a property in California which was abandoned in the 80s. Upon receipt of this information, I instructed the Nigerian Ambassador to the U.S to visit the property immediately and report back to me with a view to reopening our consulate in San Francisco California. I am pleased to tell Tuokpe Onuwaje and all fans of this page that the visit was concluded today. I am also looking at other request made here and will within available resources and time take action or respond to your questions. Thank you. GEJ

An objective mind would ask how much a Facebook page launched less than a week ago could have influenced his government’s policies. One can overlook it and understand that a man eager to win a Presidential election would say & do just about anything. After all, then-candidate Barack Obama said so many lofty things when he was seeking election and now seems much more moderate now that he is in the hot seat and drowned by reality. As good as President Jonathan’s intentions might be, some of his recent actions do not leave one convinced that he is out to influence any radical change in Nigeria. How does one explain some of the funny characters he would soon be decorating with national honours?

Nonetheless, his attempt to reach out to Nigerians directly is laudable. If only he would keep reading as many comments as time would allow, he would surely be on the right path as he would be reading directly from some of the people he is leading. I am assuming he has a mind that can mentally filter out the sycophantic comments though. As to the sustainability or his real intentions, time would tell.

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139 Comments

  1. internetpope says:

    Guy! give the man a chance..so far he’s doing Good. dont pre-empt him yet, plss!Arh!

    • raufu says:

      pls send this message to all Nigeria that issue of charge Nigeria passport to new ecowas passport should be extend for Nigeria in oversea especially those in southern Africa because only south Africa issue it in east and southern Africa and is not efficient pls assist your fellow Nigeria in oversea by send to immigration, home affair, new paper and can you help me get the the face book of Mr president although am not affected but many Nigeria are in danger from first of January 2011 reply for more detail
      thanks

  2. Albert says:

    Nice to observe the older generation is waking up to the massive influence of the internet. Lets hope this will lead to a little cash injection to help further develop our local tech and entreprenurs back home. High time we had our own silicon valley.

    Social media did help Obama a lot. Lets see how Jonathan will reap the same fruits.

  3. william m.williams says:

    THE “SOFT PEDALLING” ON NIGERIA’S SUSPENSION FROM INTERNATIONAL FOOTBALL

    Greetings Mr President. I must first of all thank you for the immense opportunity you offered Nigerians by coming on FACEBOOK. it has given us an indication that you are truly educated and ready to break from the secretive traditions of Nigerian rulers before you.

    If you ask me, that is where you have earned real credit, but it ends there.

    I say so because you are yet to prove that you have the guts to confront the internal and extraneous forces of darkness that have held this nation captive since Independence.

    I wouldn’t blame you so much because anyone who has keenly followed your ascension to power would know that your hands are tied. Tied, because of how you emerged as runningmate/deputy governor to Diepreye Alamieyeseigha in Bayelsa state. Tied, because of the compromising but voiceless role you played in the build-up to Alamieyeseigha’s impeachment. Still, they are tied because it is an open secret that the “living terror” of Nigerian politics Olusegun Obasanjo bamboozled several interests to bulldoze you and the late Umar Yar’adua into Aso-rock. Those of us who know, have chosen to let “sleeping dogs lie”, for, in the words of Professor CHINUA ACHEBE; “those who had their kernels cracked for them by benevolent spirits should not forget to be humble”

    You may chose to ignore this, or join issues with me, but I put it to you that you are not serving the interests of the largely traumatised and pauperised Nigerian masses. Try to prove me wrong, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, your decision to do an “about turn” on the massively applauded decision to suspend Nigeria’s participation from International Football for two years was taken after internal and external influences pressurised you to do so.

    Your media mouthpiece (Ima Niboro) said your initial decision to suspend, was taken after you carefully studied the report of the Presidential Task Force on Nigeria’s 2010 World Cup.

    But Nigerians were never told and the PTF did not tell us that the country would reverse its decision. Was it the FIFA threat and ultimatum that made you change your mind? Or you capitulated as it were, to pressures from within?

    Definitely if you and the PTF had worked out an elaborate and purposeful programme to revive our football, someone should have compelled FIFA to listen to us. We know about high-level corruption going on in FIFA circles and it makes no sense being cowed by their intimidations and threats.

    Mr President, you’ve lost it. Nigerians cannot help but look back with nostalgia to the military regime of General Murtala Ramat Mohammed of blessed memory. One cannot but recall Murtala’s heroic stance, when he dared local and international influences to state that Africa was the centre-piece of Nigeria’s foreign policy.

    He pushed it through by marshalling every instrument available to dismantle apartheid in South Africa and neo-colonial interests in Nigeria and Africa.

    A big pity though, that by our primitive and timid dispositions, we allowed reactionary forces to kill him in cold blood. Same goes General Tunde Idiagbon. These were the real patriots.

    You still have between now and May 2011 to prove to Nigerians that you are a leader, (not a ruler). We are taking stock for posterity

    WILLIAM MOSES WILLIAMS
    ABUJA, NIGERIA.
    O8091318050 (E-mail-ekeminio9@yahoo.com)

  4. paul says:

    Thank you Mr. President, we are happy to have a good president, please I will like you to hear our cry in china
    our embassy in china is not working for us ,they are working for there pocket ,now they have Nigeria union in Guangzhou which is working for them to make money ,they don’t want to open a consulate in Guangzhou ,many Nigerians are in Guangzhou ,police give the illegal immigrant problem every day .many people die every day, jump from 5th floor to first floor and die ,close our Nigerians business and shops , many things happen here ,please send delegate to come and find out what is happening here because the embassy will hide many things for you and u will never know the truth what is happing here in china
    , any information u want just ask me I will give it to you about the Nigeria union set up by Nigerian embassy in china Guangzhou,i can give there address and the name of the chairman of this union and how they use illegal immigrants to make money here in china to go back to Nigeria is problem we are in problem here our embassy is not doing anything here in china

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  6. JA says:

    we are watching….

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  9. Just to say congratulations for what you are doing to bring Nigerians back to the path of sanity, which no doubt will guarantee us and our observers the reliabilty and hope for the growth anticipated for our country Nigeria. To say more that I have in my capacity as a citizen made contributions that if studied carefully and critically, will go a long way for us in Nigeria – particularly the zoning matter. You can see all these on the web. Thank you.

  10. Aina Biodun says:

    I want the president to be given free hand to operate and make it compulsory to state Governors to implement the new minimum wages

  11. Comrade Olatunbosun Nurein VP NANS(Abuja) says:

    Your Excellency!

    With profound respect and a rare toga of humility, the executive council members of NANS bring you greetings and commend you on positive governance.
    Since the inception of your office as the President of this Nation, we have witnessed institutional development, prevalence of altruistic policies and administrative efficacy. Your love for this nation is also palpable from your patriotic strides even at the international scene.

    On your recent visit to Akwa Ibom state, I must state categorically and unequivocally that the factional NANS President that was introduced to you was sponsored and stage-managed by Governor Akpabio. His misrepresentation is antithetical to the aspiration of all the Nigerian students and not in accordance with the principles of Democratic governance.

    This explains why this message becomes so pertinent from the office of the authentic NANS executives to Your Excellency. We also wish to bring to your notice that we are in complete alignment with your visit to the state bearing in mind that the NANS President is also from that state.

    Finally, we assure you of our unalloyed and absolute loyalty in your presidential campaign and reaffirm our support for your administration.

    Thanks and GOD bless.

    Vice President (External Affairs), NANS.
    University of Abuja.

  12. OGUNDERO OLUWASEUN says:

    This is another day, week, month and year in NIGERIA. Although we are all happy that for the very first time in NIGERIA, we are having an elite that has feelings for the masses.
    Sir, it is good in saying rather than done but sir we NIGERIANS believe in you especially we the youths of the LAND. Please dont let us down.

  13. Awe says:

    Dear Mr. President, Member of FEC, Senators, Representatives, Governors, e.t.c

    Independent fund, our yearly incentive is a yearly incentive which should be seen as country attire for celebrating our yearly independence.

    Ever since I was born and figured out, Nigeria my own home land celebrates independence on every October 1st, since 1960 of independent year, we Nigerians as citizens have not enjoyed any incentives or earn or receive a dime from every budgeted cash mandated for independence.

    I feel strongly that the recommended fund should be share among the whole Nigerians, while these money is shared to Nigerians, so that people can rejoice anytime independence is around the corner, WHILE disbursing this fund to all Nigerians, INEC can used opportunity to make people fully register on their voters registers, because they know immediately they are having there allocation, there are automatically registered, moreso, what is Nigerians population and the amount of fund allocated for Independence.

    Nigerians will love to partake in the independence celebration, only if some funds are disbursed to them, because any celebration Nigerians does is only meant for the Top people which is not suppose to be so, However are only the Top/eminent or foreign officials of visitors entitled to enjoy in this fund of independence or are they only the people that makes us a country call Nigeria..

    If Nigerians received part of this funds they will be willing to register at all cost for the 2011 election, these should be for Nigeria citizen as yearly incentives and a way of registering people population and registering people into the 2011 voters register for credible poll other than to just lavish the fund for visitors, top eminent and people who wont Solve Nigeria’s problem.

    Mr. President, INEC president, think twice, and make ace wile the sun shine brightly.

    Spend wisely; a word is enough for the wise.

  14. Ukaro Philip says:

    Goodday our amiable President Goodluck Jonathan. I am seizing this opportunity to appreciate God for using you so far.
    Please be kind enough to look at the issue of a new Comptroller-General for Nigeria Immigration as a matter of urgency. Public Service Rules say 35/60 years which ever comes first. Mr. Udeh Chukwurah Joseph has fufilled this. Why this continuous exention of his tenure when there are other capable hands to continue the job? This is a very bad precedent which will pose future problems for the Service and will also promote corruption. Mr Udeh has not benefitted the Service and should not be allowed to continue his marodonic regime.
    Thank you sir, may God who entthroned you give the kind of wisdom he gave brother Solomon to steer the ship of Nigeria.

  15. Ngozi says:

    your ecellency i will want u to do sthing abt how landlords increase their rent in Abuja without considering the avalability of basic amenities e.g. in FHA Lugbe an estate made for low income earners a 2 bedroom flat goes for 600k and there is no water or good road in the estate ps do what fashola did in lagos concerning this matter or provide a cost of living allowance for civil servants living in Abuja or else a level 12 officer who earns 53k would have to save up the whole money for house rent and eat sand.

  16. Jubreel Azeez Adekunle says:

    Praise Almighty God for giving us a leader that we can communicate with. But my fear is the sycophants surrounding leaders in Africa.
    From day one of his assignment, he fired former Minister of Justice to pave ways for expected changes in our lives. Up till now, we are still waiting for the outcome of names and amount taken by some Nigerians in Halliburton bribery scandal. Do we need to wait for US government to threaten us of serious consequences if Nigeria fails to investigate and punish looters calling themselves leaders?

  17. Sam Iroanusi says:

    I thank you my President for providing us with the opportunity to reach you through the Facebook.

    Meanwhile, I can only ask you to remain focused and make a good by managing Nigeria as God’s property.

    It is my prayer that you succeed. Please add my name as one of your Facebook pals. I’d be grateful.

    Thank you

    Sam Iroanusi.

  18. Sam Iroanusi says:

    I thank you my President for providing us with the opportunity to reach you through the Facebook.

    Meanwhile, I can only ask you to remain focused and make a good by managing Nigeria as God’s property.

    It is my prayer that you succeed. Please add my name as one of your Facebook pals. I’d be grateful.

    Thank you

    Sam Iroanusi.

  19. God will be with you President Goodluck Jonathan. God has a message for the nation. God want you to do three important assignments for the nation. The message is personal, please sir contact me through my email or phone number 08036081628. Thanks, Pastor taiwo akintola

  20. UDUMA EKPE OBOL says:

    Let me first used this medium to say 10 kudos for your exceptional achievement in the area of POWER SECTOR, may the Almighty GOD continue to endowed you with more wisdom to run the affairs of our great Country NIGERIA.
    please sir declare your intention for the next coming Election 2011, we the youths of Nigerian are surly behind you, no more stopping forward ever and backward never.
    Guest what; because i love my country i would be proud to say i am a NIGERIAN anywhere in the world.
    I love you sir.
    Well done

    Thank you.

  21. churchill sochi okolo says:

    pls, i have spent two hours today trying to paste a comment on PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JOHNATHAN page but has been unsucessful. i do not know where to click to make my comment, i nitend to reach him on a very important issue. pls let me know the steps to take. i just registered in facebook.

  22. Engr. Chukwuemeka says:

    I personally would want you to context in the next presidential election.
    But the truth is that, most Nijas have not seen anything tangible done by you. I suggest, you tackle corruption first by bringing all involved to face a public condemnation, which is by hanging.
    Please, i would also want all you to always listen to political platform on RAY POWER FM daily by 9:15am. Here you can hear our voices.
    Please, ask God for every of you undertakings.
    May God who put you there strengthens you and grant you wisdom
    I wish you the best of leadership.Thank you for the privilege given us to give our individual opinion.
    God bless Nija

  23. Ngozi Grace says:

    Mr. President, I congratulate you for being focused all these while with all the noise around you to declare for 2011 presidential elections. May God continue to direct you on how to lead this Country alright. Sir, concerning the Nigeria @ 50 celebrations,I will like the organising committees to look inward and find out how it will impact the lives of the poor masses,if not there is no need to celebrate. The masses had been suffering in the midst of plenty and we need a change. I pray God will use you to effect the needed change in this great Nation.

  24. cheye says:

    Nice write up and comments,we dey pray for naija cos its only God that raises a nation.

  25. Gideon Tokkit Ishaya says:

    Dear MR. PRESIDENT
    I appreciate you efforts since you took over as President some 100 days ago. I believe you will change the nation with all you have mapped out to do in the remaining year or so and God willing in the subsequent terms of office.
    I bring to your attention an erosion control and water irrigation project that was poorly done (2002)and the dam collapsed just a year afterwards; in POSAT -FIER district of Pankshin LGA of Plateau state. Uptil now nothing has happened.
    Kindly look into this and other similar uncompleted projects in the land where the true people live.
    Wishing you all the successes in all you do

    • Gideon Tokkit Ishaya says:

      Sir, Ihave not seen the reply to the above request, my people are looking up to your government on this.
      Thank you.
      Gideon Tokkit

  26. KEN ANTHONY says:

    Mr. President, I congratulate you on your 100 days in office. May the good Lord you serve give you more divine wisdom to lead this country. You have done well so far. I want to suggest some programs which i think will transform Nigeria and Nigerians, and your name will be written in GOLD.(but i don’t know the means or the media to use). Mr, President, thank you. GOODLUCK NIGERIA

  27. nelson ezekiel okiroro says:

    my comment to my belove president jonathan is unemployment can be reduce in nigeria.i have one sigle idea that can bring these challange down if the chance is given to me to express thwese idea with mr president.
    i work with pz cussons nigeria.
    thanks

  28. ijeoma says:

    MR. PRESIDENT WHERE IS THE VENUE OF THE ROAD MAP ADDRESS ON THE POWER SECTOR SCHEDULED TO TAKE PLACE ON THE 26TH OF AUGUST 2010?.IS THE VENUE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC OR IS TI BY SPECIAL INVITATION?

  29. Henry Ehebha says:

    I thank you Mr. Pressident for the rare opportunity you have given to Nigerians to talk to you on Facebook. it shows that you are focus and you are a listening leader. Please I would want to draw your attention to the Unpaid gratuity and severance package promised by the former CBN Governor Prof. Chales Soludo before the last banking consolidation exercise 2005. From 2005 till date the ex-staff of the 14 banks that could not meet up with the 25billion naira recapitalization fund are still in starvation and frustration. kindly use your good office to help out these helpless Nigerians.God will help you to serve us.

  30. Rita Okwuchi Wilcox says:

    MR PRESIDENT MAY THE GOOD LORD THAT PUT YOU IN POWER ALWAYS DIRECT YOUR AFFAIRS. MAY HE NEVER LEAVE NOR FORSAKE YOU. PLEASE ALWAYS RELY ON GOD. THE NIGERIAN YOUTHS ARE SOLIDLY BEHIND YOU. WE ALWAYS PRAY FOR YOU PROVIDED YOU KEEP YOUR RECORDS RIGHT. PLEASE MR PRESIDENT HELP NIGERIAN YOUTHS ALSO IN THE AREA OF JOB OPENINGS. ALSO I WANT YOU TO USE YOUR GOOD OFFICE TO FIND OUT FROM THE EASTERN GOVERNORS WHY ALL THEIR STATE OWNED UNIVERSITIES ARE STILL ON STRIKE. MR PRESIDENT MAY THE GOOD LORD GIVE YOU THE GRACE TO SERVE US WELL. WISHING MR PRESIDENT ALL THE BEST! REMAIN BLESSED SIR

  31. Ngozi Grace says:

    Mr. President, the issue of the presidential jet is staining your image.There are alot of issues to address with that huge amount of money instead of buying new jets, the old ones can be repaired and maintained properly. The masses are dying of hunger, no job opportunities, the pensioners are not paid, even the civil servants’ wage increment have not been implemented. Sir, pls do something tangible for this nation as you are there,so that your name will remain indelible in sands of time.May God continue to direct you.

  32. EK CHIBUZOR says:

    I greet you all. my name is Ek CHIBUZOR, and my chest number is AN45. Am on the last result of nda and am on reserv in Anambra state, please can someone help me, please i need connection. And other states are 7 but Anambra is 6 so there is a vacancy there please help me for time is passing. Am on reserv because i dont have any connection, i only use prayer, with out knowing that prayer and connection works in nda. Please help me for i have already made the mistake. Please am very serious. Please If someone help me or get me connected i will reward the person and i will never forget the person. Please this is my dream and my last chance. I tried very well there but no connection that’s what make me to be on reserve. Thanks and God bless you all.

  33. joel omovudu says:

    mr president we are in strong sport of ur presidential abmession i belived you will take the country to the next livel the entir youth of this country are looking up to your goverment thank you God belissed you amen

  34. Jesslog Jessovah says:

    President Goodluck, Nigeria needs power.There is a possible way forward for us to achieve comfortable power supply in one year and proceed forward to the accomplishment of the complete standard we need within four years. We can change our country in one year, bring all things to normalcy for the approval and restoration of new development in peace and give our people the confidence of trust and development for the reality of our 7–Point Agenda and our Vision 20:20. All we need to do is for us to use the abundance of resources we have within us to accomplish the result we need by the company of good people and take our place in the international community by merit.

    Thank you and God bless you and keep you safe for the future.

  35. Jesslog Jessovah says:

    President Goodluck,the good fight of faith and peace for 2011 presidency is not your fight, but the fight of God Almighty. We are fighting for you to be our next president because we know that you have been chosen by God Almighty to lead us to our new Nigeria, our good exalted future. President Goodluck, you are going to be our next president. Before you declare your presidential intention, divinely choose 37 ministers of God Almighty from our 36 states the FCT to pray for your declaration. the Lord God Almighty is waiting for you to appear before Him with His chosen ministers as mentioned above. be strong and courageous, God Almighty is with you.
    GOD SAVE PRESIDENT GOODLUCCK.

  36. SOKOYA,ODUNAYO says:

    SIR,IF I AM IN YOUR OWN SHOES RIGHT NOW,I WILL CONCENTRATE ALL MY LIFE AND ENERGY TO SOLVE THE PROBLEMS OF ELECTRICITY EVEN IF THAT IS MY ONLY ACHIEVEMENT,I BELIEVE NIGERIANS WILL NEVER FORGET THAT.CARRY ON YOU A MY MAIN MAN SIR.

  37. nkem says:

    Mr President sir, pls i want u to break the history of nija and be the awaited Messaiah. God be on our side we will support u with fasting and prayer. pls remember God and Nija people.thanks

    from nkem

  38. ISAAC A. EDIMU says:

    My dear president, I am indeed impressed to read your text message this shows you are the president of the common man, if you can reach somebody like me. I want you to look into this area critically 1.Ajaokuta steel project,2. Nigerian Railway Corporation. 3. Rfineries. What are the MOU originally enter into with the principal developers in area of technology transfer.I know you’ve already take up that of power supply. If vigorously pursue will surely put our economy back on the right track.
    If one to three above are properly look into, will transform our country.
    Regarding coming election the battle is not yours but of the Lord which HE will surely win by HIS grace.

  39. mohd ahmad says:

    MR president sir
    if i can get you on phone or physically i have some contribution i want denote

  40. nwokoro henry nlemchi says:

    Mr president, the good Lord will bless you on your effort towards
    turning Nigeria round.I wish i can see you,I wish i can touch you.I would have shown you how happy i am.You have my hundred percent support to run again.You have a good record.Go ahead, run run run…..
    As for Ibrahim Badamasi Babangida, he will first, tell us what happened to ‘DELE GIWA’,JUNE 12 , and besides, our Gulf oil money worth 12 billion usd, b4 he can even think of running a councilorship election not to talk of becoming the next president.Its high time we rise up and stop him, its high time we say no to hoodlums in politics that leds the dogs of death.Gone are they days when innocent souls died of plane crash.Oh Babangida, you dont have shame.POSTERITY WILL NEVER VINDICATE YOU.

  41. mr larry says:

    Our Governor here in Imo state is a clear replica of Babangida.Pls Mr president, dont even think of giving him ticket again to contest or people will turn against you. People hate him cos he has never done well, he is wicked. Unless PDP WANTS to lose this state. they should go ahead and give him ticket.WE love you mr president and we can die for you mr president

  42. IRMA says:

    DR. GOODLUCK, WHY YOUR COURTS COLLECT PUNISHMENT CHARGES FOR NOT
    COMPLYING DATES IN YOUR COURTS, BECAUSE YOUR DATES TO FULFILL ARE
    TOO SHORT. AND WHEN AFTER HARDLY ONE FULFILL PAYMENTS THERE ARE MORE CHARGES PENDING TO BE PAID.

    I DO KOW THAT GOVERNMENT HAS TO GET MONEY FROM DUTIES BUT, I THINK THAT EVEN FOR YOUR PEOPLE IS IMPOSSIBLE TO COMPLY WITH THESE RULES. ACTUALLY,I AM LIVING THIS SITUATIONS, ASKING A CANCELLATION TO THE JUDGE, BUT HE DENIED IT. THANKS FOR YOUR HELP ON THIS MATTER.

    P.S.: I CONTACTED YOU IN YOUR VICEPRESIDENT’S MAIL.

    • Auri says:

      DEAR PRESIDENT GOODLUCK:

      IT WOULD BE GREAT TO HAVE FULL CONTACT WITH YOU, I MEAN TO
      HAVE A SITE LIKE YOUR VICEPRESIDENT’S MAIL TO BE CLOSE NOT
      ONLY WITH THE PEOPLE OF YOUR COUNTRY BUT IN THIS CASE FROM
      PEOPLE ABROAD.

      I HOPE THIS MESSAGE GETS INTO YOUR HANDS AND NOT BE DEVIATED
      BY YOUR PEOPLE.

      I SEND YOU WARMEST REGARDS.

  43. Tukur says:

    Pls nigerian’s we should give the present president and his v.p a truelly room 4 them 2 move the so called great nation forward nt backward,my kudos 2 arc namadi and his special adviser hussaini jalo.we needs back 2 our state 2 serve us.

  44. Tukur says:

    Ya kamata mu yan najeriya mu cigaba da yima shugaban kasarmu da mataimakinsa dua’i don cida kasarmu gaba,ba’a tsaya ana tsegumi ba.kamar wai mataimakin shugaban kasa wai bazai iya kawo jihansa wannan kalamai basu da amfani garemu.muna fatan mai baiwa arc namadi shawara zai dawo jihansa don yin takara a jamiyan pdp watau hussaini jalo.

  45. Tukur says:

    Shawara gareka mataimakin shugaban kasa-ya kamata kayi amfani da daman da kake dashi na ka maida hankali waje goya ma mai baka shawara hussaini jalo don tsayawa takaran gwamna a jihan kaduna,yin haka zai jawo hankalin jama’a kwarai don zabubbuka masu zuwa 2011.najeriya sai goodluck da namadi,kaduna sai hussaini jalo.

  46. paul ikegbusi moyo says:

    mr president am happy thaat your going to contest the nest year election and you most win in JESUS name .we need a change in nigeria and we that live in german are give you our souport and praying that GOD will help you to bring nigerian to a happy new day that my wish .our contry have sufferd in poor varty this time we have you we hope you will bring us to the promise land .may GOD bless you and your family and protact you in JESUS name i pray AMEN .i have one thing to ask you mr president GJ ebele why nigeria ambbssy im german don,t help dear on people of nigeria here i have ask for a help and even write letter and phone calls no way it is too bad from the ambbssy of nigeria here in germany please mr president i need your help to get justice from the german goverment and there court over the case of my only son please please please help i need your help now thanks for your understanding email paulmoyo73@yahoo.com

  47. Mona Carol Samuel says:

    I will not rest until President Jonathan win forget about the harassment from the so-called godfather and dictators they have failed before the foundation of the earth.

  48. Mona Carol Samuel says:

    President Jonathan’s enemies failed from the foundation of the earth
    Go-on superman am behind you full time

  49. Nneka says:

    sorry to put this here.i’ve look for a way to ask mr.president to come to our aid in Aba.they rapes our young girls,kidnap many people and kill some.if this message could reach to you mr president Goodluck Jonathan.Aba needs your help.

  50. Henry says:

    Our messiah president Goodluck Jonathan,I must express my feeling that you are today our hope for the future.Iam writing from Aba-Abia State Nigeria.You have to come to aid,Kidnappers have turne Aba upside down,Is not only that they kidnapped but young girls and maarried womens are being raped.if you ask our current Governor Theodore Orjii he will tell you that nothing is happening.we are dying in Aba business is no longer moving on.Peoplf from portharcourt,calabar,akwa ibom,eket,ikot ekpene etc they no longeer come to market.please your people are dying in hunger,Kindly send s6e investigators to come to Aba and see things for themselves.thanks and long live our messiah.

  51. THIS INFORMATION IS VITAL AND I BELIEVE THE PRESIDENT OF NIGERIA WILL NOT IGNORE IT.WE THE SOUTHEAST ACTORS AND ACTRESSES OF NIGERIA HAS DEEM IT FIT TO JOIN TOGETHER AND HELP TO THE SUCCESS OF 2011 PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION WHICH WILL SEE THE INCUMBENT PRESIDENT THROUGH IN 2011 AS HE CONTINUES,WHAT WE NEED NOW IS YOUR SUPPORT TO RUN THIS NOBLE ORGANIZATION AS WE HAVE CONFERED YOU THE GRAND PATRON OF THE ORGANIZATION,OUR CONTACT IS 0806XXXXXXX.IMMEDIATLLY YOU COMFIRMED US,WE WILL DOWNLOAD YOU WITH VITAL INFORMATIONS AS WE HAVE MADE UP OUR MINDS TO WORK FOR YOU WITHOUT GOING BACK,THANKS AND GOD BLESS YOU. NOBLE CHIMA MEGWA THE PRESIDENT OF THE ORGANIZATION.0806XXXXXXX
    TO DR GOODLUCK JONATHAN EBELE

  52. paul ikegbusi moyo says:

    mr president i will remind you on the comment i post on your facebook till now mr president i dont, get any reply from you am still wating to hear from you thanks for your understanding

  53. paul ikegbusi moyo says:

    my email paulmoyo73@yahoo.com may GOD bless you and protact you in Jesus name amen

  54. Sam Iroanusi says:

    My Dear President,

    Thank you for enlightening the nation on the half – truth of some ‘apostles’ of zoning of the presidency in Nigeria by PDP.

    You see ignorance of the truth is still the chief weapon of all dubious so called elites to keep their silent majority in the dark. And this is why only a very privileged few who have access to the truth are really free indeed. No wonder the Bible says that you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.

    Please instruct what you recently revealed about the no zoning agreement ever reached, documented or signed by anyone in PDP in your Facebook for the benefit of the nation so that those who are genuinely labouring under a misconception would retrace their steps.

    Please accept my congratulation in advance for clinching the presidential post despite all man made schemes to the contrary.

    Sam Iroanusi.

  55. Sam Iroanusi says:

    My Dear
    President,

    Thank you for enlightening the nation on the half – truth of some ‘apostles’ of zoning of the presidency in Nigeria by PDP.

    You see ignorance of the truth is still the chief weapon of all dubious so called elites to keep their silent majority in the dark. And this is why only a very privileged few who have access to the truth are really free indeed. No wonder the Bible says that you will know the truth and the truth will set you free.

    Please instruct what you recently revealed about the no zoning agreement ever reached, documented or signed by anyone in PDP in your Facebook for the benefit of the nation so that those who are genuinely labouring under a misconception would retrace their steps.

    Please accept my congratulation in advance for clinching the presidential post despite all man made schemes to the contrary.

    Sam Iroanusi.

  56. frank fidelis says:

    mr president you are trying immensly and extensively.the issue of kidnapping was pronounced in south east is bcos of the 15 abducted children in aba.i came from a poor family.my parents are at village i spent all i had to take care of my sister wh6 has been in the hands of the kidnappers since 16 th of sep til today being 30 app 14th day in the hands of the kidnappers.those girls did no bad to serve their country as a poor corpers.my happiness will be restored wen i set on my sister .you are GOD sent pls save us.Thanks

  57. MIKE O says:

    My dear President,

    We echo for you ! Go on because God has miraculously placed you there,nothing is going to hinder your next chance of being in that Office. I believe when God said “‘ THE GOVERNMENT OF THE EARTH IS IN HIS HANDS,AT HIS OWN TIME,HE WILL RAISE THE RIGHTFUL LEADER” deep inside me,I know you are the one. Let your actions speak louder than voice.

    However,we plead for permanent power supply as most, in fact many Countries of the World have,we should not be living on past glories,we should maintain our stand as the Giant of Africa in the Comity of Nations. You can do this without looking back with the Help of God,we know you are determined to take us higher. God be with you always as you march forward in taking Nigeria to greater heights.

    Mike O.

  58. JANE CHILAKA says:

    FROM NIGERIA
    SIR,
    WE PRAY THAT WITH GOD ON SIDE ALL THINGS ARE GOING TO BE POSIBLE.AS THE 2011 ELECTION IS GOING TO TAKE PLACE, WE PRAY THAT THE ALMIGTHY GOD WILL GUIDE AND PROTECT YOU AS YOU LEAD THE PEOPLE WELL AMEN. THANKS
    JANE.C.

  59. OSHAGBEMI AYODELE TAIWO says:

    I want 2thanks my president for giving nigerians this great change 2relate with directly&2ask him this simple questions.(1)for how long wil it take government 2give us@least 18hs electricity.(2)for how long wil it take government 2complete lokoja-Abuja road(3)for how long wil the descrimination between the polytechnics&university ends(4)why is the efcc not performing as it was during ribadu’s tenue.(5)when should we be expecting new local government if the creation of state wil not work.

  60. igwegbe walter emeka says:

    I thank God for remembering us, by giving us Goodluck as president. Mr. President sir, since we are running true federalrism, please sir, look into the affir of the state public servants and save our souls. We are downcasted, and our salary is nothing to write home about, and we live in the same place and buy from the same market as the federal public savernts.I will not forget to congratulate you in advance for 2011 victory, ride on Mr. President.

  61. mohd ahmad says:

    we northern people appreciate Dr good luck northerner and we will do our best for your success

  62. Gabriel Okereke says:

    Mr president, i am really short of words of the type of adjective i will use to qualify your magnanimous style of leadership, but despite that, i must say that you are a political technocrat and a statesman; above all, you are always down to earth to every Nigerian. May i also use this opportunity to implore you Mr President to come to the aid of the south-easthern Universities so as to ensure quick resolve of the lingering strike embarked upon by ASUU in the south-easthern region because of the obvious insensitivity of the south-easthern governors to the plight of their university lecturers and students.

  63. AJAYI AYODEJI says:

    Mr PRESIDENT PLEASE COME TO THE AID OF THE STAFF AND STUDENTS OF LADOKE AKINTOLA UNIVERSITY,OGBOMOSO,OYO-STATE,THE FUTURE LOOKS BLEAK DUE TO THE LINGERING CRISIS,THE WISDOM U NEED THE LORD WILL GIVE U.

  64. Martin says:

    How can Nigeria become an industrialized nation?

  65. charles nweke says:

    The meaning of Nigeria as a nation should be defined.Secondly,the aim of the nation should be defined.These should be made known to all Nigerians(home & abroad)and in return the so called citizens will make their stand known thus;if they believe in the nation or not.
    This will serve as a pedestral towards building a great nation.
    This is the one & only problem we have,that’s why the so called citizens believe most in their different ethnic than the Nigerian so called nation.

  66. yes good luck i love your way. your our president for life…………

  67. ISAAC A. EDIMU says:

    I READ RECENTLY IN THE PUNCH OF 31ST OCTOBER 2010 ABOUT THE CLOSURE OF 834 INDUSTRIES BETWEN 2009 TO DATE WHICH MAKE ME WEEP FOR OUR DEAR COUNTRY. IF EACH OF THESE COMPANY EMPLOY 50 PERSONS THIS MEAN THAT ABOUT 41,700 PEOPLE HAD BEEN THROWN BACK TO THE LABOUR MARKET TOGETHER WITH THEIR DEPENDANTS. THIS IS ONE OF THE REASON WHY YOU SHOULD DO ALL WITHIN YOUR POWER AS GIVEN TO YOU BY THE GRACE OF GOD NOW TO MAKE SURE THAT THIS ISSUE OF POWER SUPPLY IS SERIOUSLY PURSUED TO LOGICAL CONCLUSION.

    I KNOW THAT MANY ARE OUT TO FRUSTRATE YOUR EFFORT BECAUSE OF POLITICS BUT THIS ISSUE IS BEYOND ISSUE OF POLITICS.
    ANYTHING YOU DO NOW WILL SPEAK VOLUME AFTER YOUR EXIT FROM OFFICE
    GOD WILL SURELY GIVE YOU THE COURAGE AND ABILITY TO STAND FIRMLY AND SOLVE THIS AGE LONG PROBLEM ONCE, SO THAT WE CAN MOVE FORWARD.

    GOD BLESS NIGERIA, GOD BLESS YOU.

  68. Chief K.A.MUTAIRU OGUN STATE says:

    Goodluck Jonathan is a listening and committed leader. He should remain focused towards moving the nation forward. The minimum wage issue should be given accelerated consideration since Mr.President has promised to forward the bill 2 national assbly. U are bound to be criticised. Keep on doing your best. Happy birthday. Remain blessed. Chief K. A. Mutairu . Ogun State

  69. Jubreel Adekunle Azeez says:

    As a patriotic Nigeria, I strongly believe time has come. I pray to Almighty Allah to prevail over instruments of devil among us and guide them rightly. And I want to appeal to those who think the country belongs to them and they can do whatever they want to fear God.
    Fellow Nigerians, let us chose continuity in our leadership. As a bonafide Nigerian, all patriotic Nigerians should support President Goodluck Jonathan in the coming election.

    For Mr. President, I want tell you that your first action after assumption office won you my unshaking support. I am also happy that other Nigerians believe that you are a listening and committed leader. In this regards, I pray for your success.
    But I want to remind you of shameful position corrupt leadership put our great country. It is embarrassing that Nigeria, a member of OPEC has no single commercial aircraft. What honour do we think the world will give us from President fleet when the country airports are meant for foreign airlines? Our roads are so bad that any efforts on attracting investors to the country will bring very little result. Responsible people know there is no development without electricity not to talk of serious legislation on accountability. Education is also not given required attention in this country.

  70. GOSTAVA DE COMENTAR COM O PRESIDENTE PALAVRAS SOSTAS EM PORTUGUES

  71. NAVES RICHARD says:

    Our good president of nigeria. The only one God is using to lift Deltans. SIR MY Background is poor and my talent is football. I want u to help me and God will richly bless u and ur entire family and grate Nigerian.

  72. kingsley chidiebere darlington says:

    Dear good president of nigeria, I come. From imo state.I want to thank you for making this site available for we youths and nigerians at large to communicate with you dear president there is just one life changing and dream come true request, that I want to make. Dear president I am a young boy, that have a burning desire for music right from my childhood. And now I have made my dreams come true as I have composed many songs. some of which will portray the image of nigeria and our new president as well. but sir, there is just one thing that is going to make my dreams not come true.it is fund! Sir I’m not saying you should give me money to record these songs, but that you should give the banks order to grant me loan.this is due to the fact that any bank I go to collect loan, must demand for collateral and that, I cannot provide, considering the fact that I come from a poor family.sir just like the woman of issue of blood in the bible, I believe that just writing to you, will make my dreams come true. Thank you and god bless you. Please, My number is 0706XXXXXXX

  73. nnamdi says:

    Goodday dear president. I want to plead with you to come to the aid of the upcoming artists, who don”t have money to record their songs

  74. ISAAC A. EDIMU says:

    DEAR PRESIDENT,

    I AM INDEED INPRESSED WITH THE DECISION TAKEN BY YOUR LEAD ECOWAS HEAD OF STATE. THIS DECISION SHOULD BE FOLLOWED UP BY ACTION TO AVOID KILLING OF INNOCENT PEOPLE IN THAT COUNTRY. THE PEOPLE HAD SPOKEN WITH THEIR VOTE WHICH SHOULD BE UPHELD.

    IF NEED BE YOU CAN LEAD A HIGH POWER DELEGATE TO THE PLACE AND RESTORE LAW AND ORDER BECAUSE THE EARLIER YOU ACT THE BETTER AS THIS WILL GO ALONG WAY TO SAVE THE SITUATION TO AVOID PUTTING UNNECESSARY BURDEN ON THE SUB-REGION AS DID DURING CHARLES TAYLOR ERA.

  75. gostava de elogiar o senhor presidente da nigeria goodluck jonathan e gostava que ele entrase no meu e-mail e me disse-se como fazer para castigar a currupocao na nigeria e que ja fui enganada duas vezes por esses senhores gostava que ele me ajuda-se

  76. Francis. says:

    If u become d president of dis country in 2011 what re d things dat u we do dat pple we say good thing what u?

  77. Evang. Ifeanyichukwu says:

    I want 2 thank d Almighty God 4 a our president. I know is nt his power but d grace of God. Sir countine God wil be wit u, b/c u carry double Anointing> Goodluck dat is luck. Eberechukwu dat is mercy of God. So fear no evil, no weapon formed aganist u shal prosper in Jesus Name Amen I pray.

  78. Emmanuel .E says:

    We the Orlu youth in Imo state are ready to vote Dr. Goodluck J. In as our next President. Only Orlu alone have 12 local government. We have a good number of our people in Ilorin Kwara State & also at Alaba international market,Logos. We are ready, we are hoping that Presidency will reach us by 1215. We are fully ready to come out in Mass & cast out our vote for mr. President if only you are ready to support us. Will dont want people like atiku who lack Political Diplomacy Orientation, PDO. If Mr.president do not reply us, that means you do not want our vote. Emmanuel as leader.

  79. christopher says:

    Our good president of nigeria. The only one God is using to lift nigeria. SIR i am a graduate but no job. I want u to help me and God will richly bless u and ur entire family and grate Nigerian.
    Reply

  80. The Observer says:

    Good people of Nigeria, it is a good thing to know that there are still lots of good Nigerians out there. Pls let’s not lose hope but continue to have hope in God Almighty. He sees everything and His time is always the best. Lets have faith in Him and He is not going to disappont us. You’ll say I told you. GOD BLESS YOU ALL

  81. kensky says:

    hello sir. how are you doing.i hope you are alright i am always try to get in touch with you i will like to get your reply. i am wishing you best in your leadership i pray no armed fashion against you shall see you bye

  82. ogene says:

    president goodluck jonathan has failed deltans! Shame unto you!

  83. mohd ahmad says:

    GOOD LUCK TO YOU 4 TOMORROW PRIMARY

  84. Sam Iroanusi says:

    The LORD who has brought you so far will help you to clinch the primary ticket. Do not be shaken or fear the size or experience of the opposition.

    Remember that David trusted on the Lord and the rest is today history.

    Ride on to victory.

    Sam Iroanusi.

  85. MR PRESIDENT,BELIEVE IN GOD AND HE WILL DEFINITLY BE WITH U.NO WEAPON OR WEAPONS FORMED AGAINST U SHALL PROSPER IN JESUS NAME AMEN.2MORROW WILL BE STARTING OF UR VICITORY BUT PLZ SIR REMEMBER THOSE WHO PRAYING FOR U AND POOR CITIZENS.GOD BLESS

  86. Kolawole ola says:

    Hi mr president, i think the name goodluck is only mean for you not the people you govern on. Since you’ve became the president, the people of this country did not have rest of mind. So, mr pre7ident i did not see any luck in the people of this country. Without solution to this, you still want to contest for sit and if you are in, how many people will suffer for the name GOODLUCK. Thank you.

  87. prince david says:

    mr president am here to comment you of your good works at hand showly you will set on that throng is the lord will for you becouse
    am a withness i do see you in my dreams on the throng and allso how you do viset some needes sir you are our leader 4 real am votein
    for you no body can stop me go aherad to rull us i love you sir goodluck jonathan am (prince david)

  88. marafa john wonoshikan says:

    goodluck ur d one this country is looking for.pls remenber ur promises,more exspecialy unemplyoment and youth empowerment.pls weap away our teas and transform this country.thank u.long live Goodluck Sambo,long live Federal Republic of Nigeria.pls don’t 4get me.

  89. marafa john wonoshikan says:

    we the nigeria graduat we are 100 percent support of u,iam delighted on your surcess in ur primary election,we pray that God almight well grant u surcess in the forthcoming general election,as he qrant u in primaries.i promise to support u to u,to achieve ur goals.but pls remenber me in ur kimdom.

  90. Hyetson K.Joshua says:

    SIR, GOD BLESS NIGERIA, U AND ALL OF US.GOD WILL HELP U TO LISTEN MORE AND TALK LESS.MAY GOD CONTINUE TO BLESS THIS COUNTRY. AMEN.

  91. David Attah says:

    The level of insecurity is getting alarming by the day. It is time to act decisively no matter who is to be affected otherwise, we may not be in a position to contain the aftermath

  92. Chief Okpani Otu says:

    Address: Department of Political Science
    Faculty of Social Sciences
    University of Nigeria
    Nsukka, Enugu State.
    Tel: 0808XXXXXXX
    Email: livingforliberty@gmail.com
    5th February, 2011

    His Excellency,
    Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, GCFR,
    Aso-Rock Villa,
    Abuja.

    Your Excellency, Sir,

    A SAVE OUR SOUL LETTER; BEING AN APPEAL TO MR. PRESIDENT TO PREVAIL ON THE GOVERNORS OF THE SOUTH-EAST FROM CARRYING OUT THEIR PLAN TO REMOVE THE POSITION OF THE NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF THE PEOPLES’ DEMOCRATIC PARTY (PDP) FROM THE SOUTH-EAST ZONE: A RESOLUTION OF THE ALLIANCE FOR THE DEMOCRATIC FREEDOM OF THE PEOPLE OF SOUTH-EAST ZONE(ADFSEP)

    We the undersigned persons, being members of Alliance for the Democratic Freedom of the South-East People (ADFSEP) do pray you in the name of God Almighty, whose love is your strength, upon whose mercy and divine protection you overcome your enemies and whose support you wholly depend for success in April, 2011 poll, wisdom and energy to continue to rule the great people of Nigeria, to plead with our brother Governors from the South-East Zone to allow a person from the zone, even if the person is their son, wife or relation to replace Dr. Okwesilieze Nwodo, as the National Chairman of PDP, as Your Excellency had in your good heart directed.

    We also most respectfully plead with the great, just and humane members of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP) whose love for fairness, decency and party discipline had made them remain faithful to their decision to allow a person from the South-East zone to substitute Dr. Nwodo, who resigned under a heavy charge of misconduct and gross incompetence. We recognize that the Great God, Your Excellency, the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and our great party, PDP have entrusted an enormous responsibility on the people of the South-East by giving us the opportunity to lead the party in the elections that would transform the Presidency and take our party to another level in April.

    We therefore write in appreciation and honour of this recognition and also beg you not to allow the mistakes of one or two persons to change your mind, we assure you of men and women of integrity and high moral standing who would distinguish themselves in this assignment and win back your confidence, honour and respect. To our brother Governors from the South-East, we sympathize with them and pity their sense of democracy. Democracy is not a provider of leaders’ convenience and comfort but a protector of the citizens’ rights. In fact any leader who would not manage challenges and still wish to be in power is on the express road of dictatorship. Governance rightly understood is conflict management, rights’ protection and life promotion.

    The attempt to move the position of the National Chairman of the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), out of South-East zone would mean a vote of no confidence on the people of the zone by the party and an outright invitation for crisis by our brother Governors from the zone who initiated the move. Our reason on this is obvious. South-East Zone is highly marginalized in Nigeria. The deprivations suffered by the zone are major constitutional issues that fundamentally affect the moral health of this country. It is our hope that positions such as the national chairmanship of a ruling party like PDP would help to bring the people of the zone closer to the presidency and governmental powers and thus have the impact of reducing the heavy burden of marginalization on the zone.

    May we humbly highlight few areas where the zone is short changed by the existing federal arrangement, just to call back to the memory of Your Excellency, the weight of our deprivations? Record shows that in states and local governments’ allocations and fiscal allocations in the federation, South-East is the least. North-West zone has 7 states and 180 LGAs; North-East zone 6 states and 122 LGAs; North-Central and FCT 6 states and 117 LGAs; South-West 6 states and 137 LGAs; South-South 6 states and 123 and South-East 5 states and 95 LGAs.
    This means that South-East has 2 states less than North-West; one (1) state less than other zones. In the local government allocation differential, North-West has 85 LGAs more than South-East; North-East 27 LGAs more than South-East; North-Central 22 LGAs more than South-East; South-West 42 LGAs more than South-East; South-South 28. Of the 360 House of Representatives members South-East has about 42, Out of 109 Senators South-East has only 15, North-West 21 while others have 18 each.
    On the sharing of N16.447 trillion from the Federation Accounts among the three tiers of government in Nigeria between 1999 and 2007, a period of eight years; South-South got N2.5 trillion, the South-West N1.410 trillion, the South-East N918 billion, the North-West N1.72 trillion, the North-East N1.169trillion and the North-Central N1.119 trillion.
    Also, out of the sum of N339 billion spent on Federal Roads in Nigeria between June 1999 and September 2002, the three geo-political zones in the old North got N192 billion as against N147 billion spent in the three geo-political zones in the old South. In the area of the sum of N147 billion spent in the old South, South-South got N63 billion, South-West N54 billion and South-East N30 billion.
    The breakdown of the revenue allocations differential among the zones shows that in the period between 1999-2007, South-South zone got about N1.582 trillion more than South-East, South-West N492billion more than South-East; North-West N802billion more than South-East; North-East N251billion more than South-East and North-Central N201billion more than South-East. The trend continues till date and the economic and socio-political deficits of these statistics to the people of South-East are quite disempowering.
    It is most unfortunate Your Excellency that our brother Governors do not stand for us in this light. Between 2007-2010 the zone has witnessed many events that reinforced our marginalization. Aba the “Japan of Africa”; the heart beat of South-East economy has collapsed, our children stay more at home than in school on account of teachers strikes, many new born babies die in the incubators in Abakaliki and adults die in numbers because of doctors’ strikes which has resumed this year, our roads and economic life are in shamble, more local wars and communal clashes occurred in the zone in 2007 and 2010 than in 1999-2007. Strange enough these facts do not bother our brother Governors. Their reoccupation is to banish all manner of challenges and wield unaccountable powers even scrumptiously.

    Your Excellency, we observe with great concern that the tendency to aggrandize powers by Governors is more in the period between 2007 and 2011 than any other in the entire democratic history of our country. The Governors select Counsellors and Chairmen of the various wards and local governments in their states; appoint the floor functionaries of the legislative arm of the local governments; decide which local government chairmen will lead the Association of Local Government of Nigeria (ALGON). The Governors select the Honourable Members of State House of Assemblies in their states and also form their floor functionaries. They select the Judges, Magistrates and Customary Court members in their states and determine the judicial operations. They still exercise their prerogatives in the appointments of commissioners and the executive aids.

    The Governors also select the officers of the party in their various states, wards and local governments. With this the exercise monopoly power in the selection of the Honourable Members of Federal House of Representatives and Senators from their states. They also have jurisdiction on whom to be appointed Minister, Special Assistant, Special Adviser, Ambassador, Board Chairmen and Members of States and Federal Agencies, National Party Officers from their states. They also decide on any contract and contractor from the presidency on any projects in their states. They share the States and Local Government Allocations through the operations of the joint account system and through the administration of the ALMIGHTY Governors Forum take over the national party administration, directs EFCC and ICPC in their operations; legislate for the National Assembly. In fact, it is their desire to have all decisions at the Presidency to await their gratuitous input.

    The system of imperial Governors that is inaugurated and made effective in our political life has significantly altered the constitutional arrangement in this country. The constitutional separation of powers, checks and balances and the rule of laws which form the high pillars of democracy are inexorably banished in all the states in the federation. The current gravitation of power into the hands of the Governors at the expense of the Presidency and the people is a phenomenon so fatuous as to be incredible if the facts were not so patent. But the blunt truth is that Governors are completely unable technically, politically, spiritually- to give the Nigerian people the kind of leadership essential to the transformation of this country.

    Your Excellency’s experiment to cooperate with the Governors based on the circumstances of the time has failed miserably. Some actions of the Governors even though validated by the contemporary imperatives and imponderables of the time do not and cannot constitute a legitimate power constitutionally guaranteed and made even permanent in its use. The Governors continuously it seemed relentlessly, to accumulate power at the expense of the Presidency, the People and Democracy. Nigeria under the current disposition, Your Excellency, is said to have entered into the age of solipsistic Governors. Mr. President, it is time to re-assert the legitimate prerogatives of the presidential office or take the risk of being cocooned into a confederate parchment.

    At the risk of repetition, we make firm to state that the actions of the Governors are grossly offensive to democracy, national interest and public will and it has a great potential import to the prospect of Nigerian democracy. We express foreboding over the future of this vague, undefined and indefinable Governors’ dictatorial powers that tend to humble and most ostensibly dwarf the latitude of powers of the Presidency.

    Our plan Your Excellency is to encourage the people of South-East Zone to employ their sovereign power of last resort and pour into the streets to resist this relentless powers of the South-East Governors should they succeed in moving the position of the National Chairman of PDP away from the South-East and thus prevent the people of the zone from playing a leading role in the transformation of Your Presidency come April, 2011. But due to our interest in the new Nigeria project you are anchoring, our knowledge of the great efforts of the owls of the night to prevent the coming morning of our joy; we therefore decide to appeal to you to use Your Good Offices to prevail on our brother Governors to please jettison their unscrupulous move to upturn the decision of the party and disregard your kind disposition towards South-East Zone.

    However, if they refuse your presidential appeal on our part which is very unlikely, we may be forced to mobilize the people of the South-East States, those within the states, those within Nigeria and in the Diaspora for grand rallies of civil disobedience in the zone beginning March 1, 2011. We will publish or cause to be published detailed items of illegal expenditure of all the states in the papers and in the internet; we will lead the people to block all the streets in peaceful demonstration. But our fear is that while we educate and direct the people on peaceful conduct the situation may play into the hands of unscrupulous people and the consequences may be ugly, both to the people, the Governors of the South-East and the nation in general. When it would happen, if man refuse to stand by us, our cause and God Almighty definitely will stand by us.

    We kindly submit to the supreme protection of God the peace and unity of Nigeria, the success of April 2011 general elections, the safety of your life and that of other Nigerians; we look forward with gratification your epoch making performance and wonderful outcome of your Presidency in the years ahead.

    Thank you Mr. President.

    Chief Okpani Otu
    National Coordinator,
    ADFSEP.

  93. Matthew Abah-Enyi says:

    I strongly suggest that for you to break the anti-Northern Nigerian campaign by those who hope to benefit from that miss-information project, please ensure the immediate implementation of the Hagen Desert Farming Project in the 19 Northern states and Abuja. This is the Euro 2 billion valued project to be funded by a European licensed Humanitarian Foundation for which your predecessor in office signed an MOU with a German firm since 2008 but which has suffered inexplicable bureaucratic delays.

  94. am very talented in many skills, local invention, but no one to puch me forward pls see to my aid

  95. Ogbagu Eze says:

    Dear Mr. President,

    By April 2, 2011, Your Excellency would have been given the authority by the good people of Nigeria to supervise the affairs of our great country for the four years that draw its end in 2015. In this eventful tenure, your distinction would not come by imitating other presidents that have governed this nation but from contrasting with them in many fundamental respects. Otherwise you would earn mediocrity following their footsteps. However, excellent and immortal approval will follow if you take your vision and guide your steps in accord with the temper of the world drawing your foundation upon the discreet need of the people: the need to make this country a production economy, a self-sustaining economy and not a sharing and corrupt brooding nest; for glory lies in the work of man. The key to the transition into a production economy hinges on a platform policy systems. The current policy path is a native environment to corruption and also prone to outside manipulations.

    Thank you.

  96. Kingston says:

    Mr president God bless u& ur family. u are d messiah,l luv u

  97. Nnamdi kenneth says:

    My name is Nnamdi Kenneth, i am a student of ebonyi state unversity, i made a new discovery on using magnet as a source of fuel for powering a car. Mr. President, need your help in creating this awareness.

  98. Nigeria must be good for all, this the apointed time, and God is at work for He has heard the cry of his people: No one is sleeping now, last time it was egypt, now lybia, people has to be free and live a normal life. Nigeria is among the chosen country that God Almighty wants to liberate from hardship and from the hands of criminals. since 1960 up to date nigerian government has been in the wrong hands. And now the prayers of the innocent ones has been heard, Dr. jonathan Goodluck Ebere, the Almighty Jehova God has appointed you to do this work, and we hope you will listen to the voice of God Almighty than the voice of men: people are suffering in Nigeria, not to talk about our brothers and sisters that left Nigeria to other countries, if you ask them to explain what they go through everyday in their life, you will cry. Please We all know that it will be hard, but by faith trusting God walking with him side by side you will make it and lead us to that promise land. we want our country to be fine so that all of us outside will come home work and pay our taxes to our own motherland. than to remain slave outside. At the same time we ask all Nigerians outside to join hands together to see that Nigeria became a better place for all. God is out to help us but we have to help ourself too.
    Thanks

  99. Join facebook today, look for “SAY YOUR MIND NIGERIANS” sarch it on facebook and just say your mind and we read all mails and reply all mails. think of what will help your motherland NIGERIA. where are we making a mistakes, what are we going to do to correct our wrongs? what do you want the government to look like and what you want them to do? contribute your own idea today. A TREE CAN NONT MAKE A FOREAST? THE PRESIDENT IS ONE PERSON AND CAN NOT DO ALL. REMEMBER HE IS A PERSON LIKE YOU. HE IS NOT GOD, THEREFORE HE NEEDS YOU, YOU HAVE A ROLE TO PLAY TO MAKE NIGERIA A BETTER PLACE. WE ARE ASKING ALL THE TOP ENGINIERS OUTSIDE, COMPUTERIST, NETWORKBUILDERS, PEOPLE WITH BRAIN THAT RESIDE OUTSIDE NIGERIA TO HELP IN THIS WORK. SOME PEOPLE HAS MESSED UP THE COUNTRY IN THE PAST NOW SOME PEOPLE HAS TO BEND DOWN AND CORRECT THE MESS. WHEN YOU SAY OUR LORDS PRAYER, YOU START WITH ” OUR FATHER, HOW ACT IN HEAVEN, GIVE US THESE DAYS OUR DAILY BREAD, AND FORTHER MORE YOU SAY,” LET YOU WILL BE DONE ON EARTH AS IT IS IN HEAVEN. Now let us have it Nigeria as it is there you live” In US, LONDON, EUROP. Nice system that takes care of the people: nice hospital system, nice educational system, nice banking system, nice roads, nice drinking water for all, nice police and scurity , organised marketing system, nice comunication network, nice transportation system, nice enviroment. then the niria value.
    All these we all are going to work hard to put in place to make a better Nigeria. our children and women and our old one has to be considered, nice social system that will take care of the needy. our brothers and sisters that are handicaped needs attention, the motherless and fatherless too. Nigeria for all, help the way you can to build up this broken house by our criminal minded brothers. the president can not do it alone.
    God bless you as you contribute you own idea.

  100. chuksken says:

    mr grease 2 ur elbow…noble presido

  101. OFILI STEPHEN .O says:

    Your Excellency sir, i want to use this medium to request your assistance in securing employment in any government agency of your choice. I lost my job at Federal Mortgage Bank of Nigeria on the 7/01/2011 while on my annual leave for inexplicable reason. I joined the Bank on the 31/10/94 as a Clerk and rose through the rank to the post of a senior supervisor after obtaining a HND (Comp. Science) in December 2000. I and my wife are unemployed presently though she is also a graduate and we are blessed with two children. My Name is OFILI STEPHEN. Thank you and God bless you Sir.

  102. amadi ogbonda says:

    goodluck jonathan, what are you doing to make sure that you carry every citizen of nigeria along with your government.

  103. Ezekwe ugochukwu says:

    I support president goodluck jonathan, but i need his help, i have a dream them just tell me that he is a god sent. I want to use this opportunity to ask for help please. From ugochukwu ezekwe from ogba/egbema/edoni r/s

  104. Sunday Ogunjobi says:

    Good Morning to u:
    Mr. President.
    There is a big violence that is about to occur in the Northern Part of Nigeria, But We` ve been praying concerning that, and we are sure with God allthings are possible.
    And there are some set of people gathering together to make violence against the forth coming Election but the Lord will make everything walk out for good and the Lord will also uproot them soon (Amen)
    May the Lord be with u and your Family..

    Shallom………

  105. Nwabueze mariam says:

    Dr mr president i want u 2 help us council post ume exaims since how many i have been writing jamb pls mr president help 2 stop post ume & as u do so God blessing will be upon u and ur family in jesus name (amen)

  106. Arch & mrs James Adesotu says:

    Congratulations on your election as the president of the federal republic of nigeria from 2011-2015 in the just concluded presidential election. Your suceess in the election came as a result of the confidence in your ability to deliver on your campaign promises.

    What Nigeria needs now is a democrat who believes in democratic principles to lead Nigeria to a peaceful,progressive and great nation. To be able to achieve this,power generation and zero tolerance to corruption among other issues should be at your front burner.Congratulations once again and all our best wishes and support.
    Arch and mrs James Adesotu

  107. Nobert Okolie Esq. says:

    Congratulations Your Excellency on your success at the last presidential election. It is an answer to our prayers and I still pray that God will use you to perfect His will in our dear nation in Jesus’ name. Amen.

    I am a District Pastor in Deeper Christian Life MInistry with 20 years Pastorial experience and a Legal Practitioner with an LLM Degree, in addition to other Professional Certificates. I am strongly allergic to corruption and also filled with a sincere passion to work with your administration in the fight against corruption. Please, get me integrated into your combat force. I am at your service. Long live Mr. President, Long live Nigeria.

  108. kai shuwagabannin najeria wai dan allah me kuke nema kuna cutarmu kuna cutar kanku saboda karkumanta fa akwai allah

  109. Williams ukaigwe says:

    Mr president, i want to thank u for the way you have been piloting the afairs of the people of nigeria. I want to thank u for your honesty humility and tolerance. But please sir, i will like to remind you about power, you still need to put more effort on power because its very important. Thanks.

  110. Pastor Gideon Adelaja says:

    sir,
    congratulation on your re-election as commander of the chief of armed forces of the federal republic of Nigeria.
    Sir, as the lord always promise you and your family before, that he will always be with you. he will continue to be with you, as he has said. the lord, will send different persons with great idea to you, from the east, the west the north and south.
    Sir, here are some genuine idea of how to contribute in my own little way of developing the nation.
    1.Sir, i have an idea of how to create ten million jobs, for ten million people in Nigeria and this jobs can be created under three months before your 100days in office will yield money for both the government and the people.
    2. Agriculture: Sir, it is easy for nigeria, to make money through agriculture. Sir, there is a way in which it can be done and a better thing can be gotten from it.
    3.About police
    4. Also, about corruption. that’s how to get to the root of corruption in Nigeria, i have an idea about it.
    5. Sir, i also have an idea about water for every family in Nigeria in their home, and get potable water without going round the neighbourhood and also government can gain from it. this can be done under your two years in office Sir.
    6.In the case of NACA, I have an idea which will aviod stress for the mummy of the nation.
    7. Most i,portantly, in the area of violence and how to handle violence in Nigeria.
    If you can do all this Sir you have save Nigeria from hunger.
    After searching long without sucess, i have finally found one man in a thousand working to become upright. Sir, that man is you.

    Redeemed christian church of God
    17 kachia road near water board sabo tasha kaduna.
    pastor Gideon .O. Adelaja

  111. Pls sir mr precident 4cos on electricity,cos i believ is d back bone of every nation development.

  112. Chris dennar says:

    UR EXCELLENCY,MR PRESIDENT PLEASE DO GIVE ABIA STATE COLLEGE OF EDUCATION (TECH) AROCHUKWU A FEDERAL STATUS WHICH SHALL BRING IN JOB CREATION,NEW INFRASTRUCTURES & ENABLING GROUND FOR RESEARCH WORK. THANX & GOD BLESS U & UR FAMILY.

  113. AJONE A.I says:

    Mr President,i wish to call your attention to the unabated crises in Borno State. Sir, Innocent souls are dying every blessed day and it appears that you have no solution to this crises. Most of the people that have lost their lives at the moment VOTED YOU TO THE OFFICE YOU ARE OCCUPYING.If all keep dying without any step by you to stop this evil trend, what shall it profit you? I believe the authorities here are not giving you the true picture and mass media as well are not helping to say the truth about the whole happening. PLS WAKE UP AND DO SOMETHING,WE WANT TO BE ALIVE TO SEE YOU FULFILL YOUR PROMISES.
    Mr Ajon, Maiduguri Borno State.

  114. IZUCHUKWU. N.A says:

    Mr. President, unbehalf of myself and entire members of the public, I thank you for creating medium of interracting easily with the masses. With due respect Sir, I encourage you not to neglect ideas that can help change the bad image of this Country & the urgly trend that has eaten deep inside the bone marrows of our beloved country, which when given due consideration will attract foriegn investors.

    For security reasons, I wont proceed with a public post on this issue due to its fragile nature but It will completely erase the bad image of Nigeria and establish a solid foundation which your leadership will always be remembered. With due respect Your Excellency, I solicit for an attention and more confidential platform to highlight more on this Issue. Please Mr. President, dont neglect this request irrespective of the source of information. I’ll be grateful if given the opportunity to deliver this information directly to you without any delay.

    Looking forward to your swift response.
    -IZUCHUKWU. N.A

  115. Ogbagu Eze says:

    THE SINGLE TERNURE BILL: PRESIDENT JONATHAN SAVE YOURSELF FROM SUSPICION.
    Mr. President, we wish you assess the feeling environment and take pain to know what an average Nigerian expects from the government now. That would demonstrate a spirit of good governance. The people want you to deliver on your electoral promises of constant and uninterrupted power supply, poverty eradication, provision of key infrastructure, generation of employment opportunities, quality education, quality health services, etc. They want to experience a viable and strong national economy, prosperity, improved life for the citizens and social security.
    These things are not beyond the capacity of the government to provide. Perhaps what Mr. President needs most is the political will to curb high degree of indiscipline and corruption in the government that hurt governance. And until it is checked no EFCC, ICPC, Court or measure would deter the high cost of running government in Nigeria.
    Mr. President, your proposed SINGLE TENURE BILL may clearly be for the best interest of Nigeria and Nigerians but it is coming at a time that majority of Nigerians do not care or feel for such discussion. It is bound to suffer misinterpretations and unmerited suspicion. Rather than dissipate energy and strain your reputation, we humbly suggest you concentrate on the task of transforming the system to restore peoples’ confidence in government.
    Mr. President your presidency could be a watershed in Nigeria’s history. Nigeria is well endowed with natural and human resources for you to make a difference. It would be tragic to waste this golden opportunity. Your mission in governance cannot be accomplished by taking the same route used by others before you. You are truly special and we urge you to make efforts to find out that unique track that would lead you to greatness.
    You are in fact favoured by nature but you have to make up your mind on what you really want in governance. If you want the effervescence of power, you already have it but if you want greatness then, be focused: work for it.
    Thank you.
    Ogbagu Eze.

  116. Ogbagu Eze says:

    THE SINGLE TERNURE BILL: PRESIDENT JONATHAN SAVE YOURSELF FROM SUSPICION.
    Mr. President, we wish you assess the feeling environment and take pain to know what an average Nigerian expects from the government now. That would demonstrate a spirit of good governance. The people want you to deliver on your electoral promises of constant and uninterrupted power supply, poverty eradication, provision of key infrastructure, generation of employment opportunities, quality education, quality health services, etc. They want to experience a viable and strong national economy, prosperity, improved life for the citizens and social security.

    These things are not beyond the capacity of the government to provide. Perhaps what Mr. President needs most is the political will to curb high degree of indiscipline and corruption in the government that hurt governance. And until it is checked no EFCC, ICPC, Court or measure would deter the high cost of running government in Nigeria.

    Mr. President, your proposed SINGLE TENURE BILL may clearly be for the best interest of Nigeria and Nigerians but it is coming at a time that majority of Nigerians do not care or feel for such discussion. It is bound to suffer misinterpretations and unmerited suspicion. Rather than dissipate energy and strain your reputation, we humbly suggest you concentrate on the task of transforming the system to restore peoples’ confidence in government.

    Mr. President your presidency could be a watershed in Nigeria’s history. Nigeria is well endowed with natural and human resources for you to make a difference. It would be tragic to waste this golden opportunity. Your mission in governance cannot be accomplished by taking the same route used by others before you. You are truly special and we urge you to make efforts to find out that unique track that would lead you to greatness.

    You are in fact favoured by nature but you have to make up your mind on what you really want in governance. If you want the effervescence of power, you already have it but if you want greatness then, be focused: work for it.

    Thank you.
    Ogbagu Eze.

  117. My fello Nigerians, I am confused some tiems when I read and listen to what my brothers and sisters do write to the president and to his office: Obi has been a boy since 1960 my question is , when is Obi going to be a man? why can we get someone out of the whole nigerians that can help and make things move well for the whole nation? you see” it is too bad for some one to die with the same sickness that killed his his father, these old people (old eggs)tha is holding Nigerians captive for years now. they promise the Nigerians heaven and earth to win their votes and when they cross the bridge they forget their words and start to do what they seems good for them and their clubs. HAHAHAHAHAHA!!!! The Almighty Jehova God is never happy. by now we could have been looking forward to see the fruits of the new born government in Nigeria. why must we be like this. Please if you You know that you are among the government or holding any post in the Nigerian government, you better start now to think possitive. Nigerians are not happy any more . you have to do to others what you will like them to do to you.
    God bless you all. long live Nigeria.

  118. oyeniyi michael says:

    Nigeria Embassey in Rome is a confussion. The date for interview for new e-passport is not regarded by our Embassey in Rome. They preffer their own appointment date so that they have their bribe. We want President Jonathan to do something about this. We are Nigerians in Italy, that the Embassey is supposed to stand for and represent in Italy. We are tired of our Embassey in Rome; helppppppppppppppp us Mr. President.
    Thank you.

    • anonymos says:

      Good day,
      I’d like to comment about the NIgerian Embassey here in Italy.
      Things are usually hard and fustrating, whenever you wanna surmit your passport for renewal, or whenever you wanna withdraw your passport, you must at least give them something in order not to go there for fun.Usually there are almost 100 people at the embassey a day,and they don’t come from the same place, they come from different places,some have to travell for 5 hours or more, before they get to the embassey; and when they get there trouble starts.
      For instance, if someone sumits his/her passport on the 25th of january 2011, they’ll give the fellow an appointment 2012, or after seven months, and it’s not suppost to be so.
      What I’d advice is to send capable people,people thet are Godfearing,sincere,faithful to the government and to Nigerians,people that are trustworthy, cause we Nigerians here in Italy are fedup with the so call workers at the embassey.
      And another thing you could do is to make arrangment for another Nigerian embassey in Italy to make it two branch.
      Thank you so much Mr. President

  119. Mr president, my prayer for you is for God to crown you with his wisdom so that you will lead this nation to cross The red sea of unemployment among the youths of Nigeria.You have been trying . If one is going somewhere, the person will keep on going till he/she riches the final destinition.I also want every raod commissioned by you to be mornitord by your supervisors to ensure the perfect construction of the raod especially lagos raod that lead to east. I read Statistics and since i finished my N.Y.S.C, I have not goten job.You can help me sir . Oh! lord use someone to brake the yoke of poorverty in my family.I know that my help will come from God through human been.

  120. kc says:

    mr president, the hand writing in on d WALL, flash back to usman danfodior’s statement, we ve seen it all, bombing,killing are d news of d day , we sleep with one eyes open, afraid of d unknown. Are we moving forward ? LET THEM GO ………

  121. Nuraib says:

    I congratulate mr president.

  122. ugo sylvester says:

    Mr president,I thank God for your understanding.pls before all this state governors wil cause problems,pls sir I hope there good plans for nigerians as regard the agreement after the nec meeting to remove the oil subsidy,pls we need things that will move this nation forward don’t allow this game plan from the governors

  123. I support president Goodluck Jonthan since befor campaigns and i still supporting his administration.

  124. Victor ogon m says:

    I love ?õõd Luck Jonathan and am i?????n????? full support of his noble administration. Pray that God i?????n????? His infinite mercy should shower His blessings upon Him to pilot †?? affairs of our great cpuntry to a greater hight.

  125. Mr president sir, the Association of Builders and social Dev Bauchi (Absdb ngltd) are give you 100% supporting but are give us 0% on your appointment, we don’t know why? Or because we are from north, we want to your attention please your Excellency sir, Nigeria must stop sectionalism, tribalism, sentmentalism

  126. I support president Goodluck Jonathan for united Nigeria,

  127. Mr president i am using this medium to appeal on the behave of all nigeria to deduce the price of the petrol because everybody is murmuring on the petrol amount

  128. Mr president pls we beg you,so that nigeria will not divide in ur tenure,boko haram is killing people you can not do anything instead you remove fuel subsidy,hope ur advice did not do there job,please think wisely,king that everything is good in his tenure people will not forget,and otherwise people will not forget.God bless Nigeria.

  129. Orhero Moses says:

    I felicitate n commiserate with his excellency on dis new year 2012 an I extoll his excellency for being able to conport n normalize d nation from a civil unrest over subsidy issues, oil deregulations. Etc. I also want to use dis medium to inform his excellency to seek international intervention and assistance from the United state president. President Obama over d boko haran crisis,dis people r operating lik terrorists n lik the examples from ather arab presidents dat were captured by obama I actually tink that usa forces can technically tackle d boko haran cases n nigeria will be free from threats of insecurity n mass killingz.thanks ur Excellency.

  130. Chikezie ozugbo says:

    Political plat form col.please are there any senator form Ebonyl state,in fedure house of assemble. if yes are there sleeping or sitdown the look.we are not hearing anyting from them.late them wak up.beacuse 2015 is at hand.beacuse the we stil come back to beg us to vote for them agin.ibe abuchi odo sending from bonny in rivers state.

  131. Ewa michael says:

    I love why the president is on facebook

  132. Peter says:

    Mr., President Badlock Jonathan stop deceiving your country, you are not capable to handle Nigeria, you are Badlock to Nigeria.

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