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Leave Goodluck Jonathan Alone, Politicians Told

The problems faced by the present administration of President Goodluck Jonathan, have been described as man-made in order to distract and make the country ungovernable by some elderstatemen in the country.

This assertion was made by the Deputy Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, South-South, FCT, Abuja, Elder Boma Anga, while speaking with journalists in Port Harcourt, the Rivers State Capital.

Elder Anga explained that, though politics should be seen as a democratic  process where people are allowed to speak their minds for and against the workings of government, it should not be seen as a do or die affair, filled with sentiments and negative criticisms, advising politicians to always bring smiles to the faces of the people they lead, as their first constituency.

He disclosed that some political leaders under the present dispensation have left issues at stake and work for the good of the nation rather to attack individuals, adding that politics should be given a true human face by representing each others feelings and opinion in order to protect the interest of all and sundry.

Anger, revealed that those criticizing the present administration of President Goodluck Jonathan are people fighting for power at all costs, formenting troubles such as the Boko Haram insurgency to allow the military take over power.

He commended the president over the declaration of state of emergency in Adamawa, Borno and Yobe states, describing it as the best quality that must be admired by all to keep a “United One Nigeria”.

Speaking also on the leadersho role of president Goodluck Jonathan, the party chieftain said the president as the only doctorate degree holder that have governed  the country has been gentle, humble and sees beyond how the country should be governed, by giving a listening ear to the people.

Elder Anga was full of praises for the president for not being in a hurry in taking decisions before embarking on any action despite the negative utterances of some mischief makers and also as one who follows a true democratic process and the rule of law. ###

Herbert Ngeri (Jnr)

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