I’ll Never Let Nigerians Down – Jonathan

President-Goodluck-Jonathan-480x300President Goodluck Jonathan has reiterated his commitment to the well-being of Nigerians by ensuring that his tenure is characterized by great strides for the country.

In a goodwill message to the public presentation of fifteen books by a legal practitioner, Mr. Job Dangana in Abuja, President Jonathan who was represented by his Special Adviser on Special Duties, Mrs Sarah Pane, said, “I wish to use this opportunity once more to reiterate my pledge to Nigerians that I have a deep commitment to improving your lot and I will never let you down.

“We have continued to make steady progress in all sectors. I am confident that by the end of our tenure, we will have every cause to be satisfied that our stewardship has translated into great strides for Nigeria.”

However, the President noted that if the much desired change is to come, every Nigerian must play a part.

“We all have a part to play, if every Nigerian is committed, definitely a change will come. The transformation agenda of Mr President is not a ‘seat-down look’ thing,” he added.

Jonathan who decried poor reading culture among Nigerians said a situation where it is said that “if you want to hide anything from a Nigerian, then put it into a book” must change.



  1. You better keep quiet mr president. Do you think nigerians are fool. You said more than this before. ‘if someone fool you for the first time shame on him if twice shame on you’ mr president you are untrusworthy someone. If you give me 1b i can give my vote to you. You didn’t fit to be the president .

    • @Aze so if the president gives you 1 billion you will sell your soul and that of your entire generation just to vote. Very funny, poverty will never path with you & your entire generation, just as it has been with your ancestors. Goodluck Jonathan is a terrible leader & I have not seen any progress in the well being of Nigeria & Nigerians & I will never cast my vote for such kind of leader.
      @Aze may be you need education & exposure to be contented & sincere.