The South-South Chiefs and Elders Council (SSCEC) International has vowed to arrest President Goodluck Jonathan if he fails to declare interest for second term in office.
The group disclosed this yesterday in Abuja, during a Grand endorsement of the President for second term in office and conferment of Transformation Excellence award on the Federal Ministry of Information and other outstanding Ministries.
Speaking on behalf of the council, the Executive Chairman, Ama-Opu Senibo of Opobo Kingdom, Chief Reuben Jaja said the programme was designed to showcase their support for the President for serving the country right and doing the people of the country proud.
He argued that the President reserved the right to seek a second term in office in view of his performance in the last four years in the areas of education, agriculture, transport, women affairs, entertainment and other critical sectors.
Consequently, Jaja further threatened that the Council would arrest the President and compel him to run for the 2015 general elections should he ignore their call.
“Our goal is to show support to our president who has served this country right. We feel that he is qualified to run by law and by way of performance. He is doing exceedingly well, we have seen tremendous progress in our education, agriculture, transport, women affairs, youth development and entertainment and the critical sectors of our economy,” Jaja said.