Presidency: Opposition Controls The Press, Jonathan Controls The People •Says Jonathan’ll Coast To Victory In 2015 Elections

jonathan_2015President Goodluck Jonathan will coast to victory again in the 2015 elections as he has the support of majority of Nigerians, who want him to continue his good work that is according to the President’s Special Adviser on Political Affairs, Dr. Ahmed Ali Gulak.

Gulak made the remark when he received a delegation of religious and traditional leaders under the aegis of National Prayer Coalition for Goodluck 2015, an arm of the Goodluck Support Group (GSG).

“Many Nigerians know that there can be no meaningful development where there is no peace. We know some leaders who said head will roll and blood will flow if Jonathan emerge the President. With God destination, he emerged and he has been the best thing that can happen meaning that Nigeria cannot break-up. This is why we must all work together for Nigeria’s progress.

“The opposition were defeated in 2011 and they will be defeated again in 2015. The opposition controls the press but President Jonathan controls the people. He will not be there forever, someone spent eight years as President, he too will spend his constitutionally guaranteed eight years and leave, his work will continue to speak for him more than it is speaking for him now. Forget about the evil doers, who wanted to bring Nigeria to its knees, but they would not succeed,” the presidential aide was quoted as saying.

Leader of delegation and director of the GSG on religious affairs, Archbishop Leonard Kawaz, said they have begun to mobilise support for the President and enlighten Nigerians on what is happening in the country in term of progress of the current administration.

“We are seeing what the president is doing in education sector, airport rehabilitation, availability of fuel and fertilizers among others; are some of the work we are all seeing as Gods manifestation in the country,” he said.

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