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UNIBEN N4GG students hail Jonathan’s style of governance

Students of University of Benin Chapter of Network for Good Governance (N4GG) commended President Goodluck Jonathan style of governance describing it as one of the best that has ever happened to Nigerian  democracy.
The commendation was made on Tuesday by the Coordinator of N4GG UNIBEN Chapter Comrade Jubril Victor during the inauguration of N4GG Executive of  University of Benin, Edo State.

“Under Jonathan election has been free and fair. Credible gubernatorial elections were conducted in three states controlled by the opposition  in  Edo, Ondo and Anambra states  which they won.  Jonathan deserves commendation for not using his presidential might to rig those election.  Some other ruthless leaders  might have used their might to rig out the incumbent governors of the opposition party. Jonathan’s thoughtful approach had strengthened Nigeria’s democracy ,” he  noted

“Contrary to the shrill political grandstanding of anti Jonathan Northern political elites who have accused Jonathan of lack luster performance in the North,  evidence revealed  a robust present of  federal projects which include Police University at Wudil, Kano State, remodeling of the Mallam Aminu Kano International Airport ,  over 200 model schools for underprivileged Almajiri kids, rehabilitation of the Tiga Dam in Kano, and  ten new federal universities located at Lokoja, Lafia, Kashere, Wukari, Dutsin-Ma, Dutse, Gashua, Birnin Kebbi,Gusau among others.

– See more at: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2014/02/uniben-n4gg-students-hail-jonathans-style-governance/#sthash.zrA7lxaD.dpuf

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