Nigeria: S-South Youths Oppose Jonathan’s Alleged 2nd Term Bid

YOUTH leaders in the South-South, under the aegis of Forum of Youth Leaders, yesterday, in Warri, Delta State, resisted the alleged second term ambition of President Goodluck Jonathan.

In a communiqué by the chairman of the forum, Alhaji Mumakai Unagha, at the end of an emergency meeting, the youths said: “At no time did youth leaders in the South-South zone agree to support Mr. President for his quest to run for re-election in 2015.

“After an exhaustive deliberation on the speculation and other matters of national interest, the forum denies the allegation and dissociated itself from the second term bid of Mr. President.

“The forum resolved that although the South-South zone should still produce the president come 2015, it will only support a president who knows the feelings of the people of the South-South and not one who believes very much in his ethnic group only.”


  1. Pastor Nuel Reply

    I want to say that Goodluck Jonathan came to the helm of government when God wanted and God appointed. If God sees him as one who will take Nigeria to the NEXT LEVEL, I say NOBODY, NOT EVEN THE S. SOUTH YOUTH can stop him, even Goodluck Jonathan cannot stop himself, no zone can stop him. The only problem is that some people feel that he is not supposed to rule, that is why we see and hear all the uproar, distractions and detractors trying to sabotage his government. The bible says if God be for us who can be against us. GOODLUCK JONATHAN, GO AHEAD, GO IS ON YOUR SIDE.

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