Jonathan: The Squandering of Goodluck

Having governed Nigeria for four years; the jury is out: Mr Jonathan has exhausted his goodluck charm in 2015. He has alienated important go-to-guys and has squandered enormous goodwill and goodluck that saw him to the presidency five years ago. Inside and outside Nigeria, there is a call for a change. This biography of Mr. Jonathan is a clinical dissection of the change epitomized by Gen Buhari. More

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About Moshood Fayemiwo

Moshood Ademola Fayemiwo was born in Nigeria where he had his formative years. He relocated to the United States in the early nineties. A graduate of the University of Lagos, Nigeria where he obtained his bachelor's degree. He holds three masters' degrees in Mass Communications from the University of South Florida, Information Science, History and Literary Studies from the State University of New York. His PhD is in Public Administration and Policy. He was a publisher/editor and a journalist for nearly thirty years. He is a columnist for the Nigeria World (www.nigeriaworld.com) and three other media platforms in New York, The Netherlands and Accra, Ghana. His weekly articles are syndicated in several media platforms across the globe. His scholarly articles have also been published in some academic journals. He is author/co-author of five other published books. He is CEO, Alternative Lifestyle Communication, DBA and lives in Chicago, USA.

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Why Goodluck Jonathan Should Not Return as President of Nigeria
In 2010, Nigerians at home and abroad rallied round embattled Vice-President Goodluck Jonathan to become acting president. In 2011, they voted overwhelmingly for him as president. In January 2012, Mr Jonathan gave Nigerians the worst New Year Gift ever: he peremptorily withdrew subsidies on oil and made life difficult for Nigerians. Watch this video. Remember this on Saturday March 28, 2015.

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