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Published On: Mon, Jun 10th, 2013

Jonathan not S-South Messiah – Activist…Says He’II not Get Full Support in 2015

President Goodluck Jonathan


LAGOS JUNE 2015 (URHOBOTODAY) WARRI—A resource control campaigner in the Niger Delta, Alhaji Mumakai-Unagha, weekend, said President Goodluck Jonathan has the right to re-contest for President in 2015, but was not a messiah to the South-South people.
Alhaji Mumakai Unagha, in Warri, Delta State, said if “President Jonathan cannot address the problem of the region and from available indications, the South-South will be worse at the end of his administration.

“The living standard of the people has not changed for the better and the hapless people have simply surrendered their faith to God. This is the simple truth and I challenge the President to a debate on what achievements he has brought to the lives of people of zone in terms of social political and economic development.
“I can tell you that the President will not get the full support of the zone in 2015 unlike in 2011, when every Niger Delta took it as a challenged.”
Mumakai-Unagha, pioneer vice president of National Youth Council of Nigeria, South-South zone, regretted that political appointments in the zone were hijacked by one ethnic group to the detriment of others.
“Mr. President has failed the zone, the people have to look elsewhere, they have no other choice in taking the decision, otherwise, they will be suffocated.”
Source: Vanguard

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  1. Michael Michael says:

    The Isoko Nation has the highest marginalization since Jonathan took office 2011.I think the south south might perch their tent somewhere in 2015

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