Open Letter To President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan

1.Sir, You Promised to rule for only one term (reference http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-africa-12339017) Nigeria's Jonathan seeks one term
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As a man of honour or rather as you want to make us believe, PLEASE stick to this promise and pledge. I hope that you know you had been in saddle since February 13th, 2010?
I also sincerely hope we will not have political jobbers, groups like Youths Earnestly Ask for Jonathan, D’banj, Lagbaja, Sunny Ade all singing for your second term bid? I sincerely hope also, you will not come out and openly deny you didnt make such promise or statements as you did about the zoning saga.

2. You promised a constitutional role for Traditional Rulers!!! I am short of words but Nigerians are waiting.

3. On March 17th 2011, in Dutse the Jigawa State capital, you promised: "If I win the election, within my four years in office, I will establish domestic airports in all the states without airports, WE ARE WAITING SIR!

4. In Nasarawa, at the flagoff of your campaign, you promised at least a university in every state including building specialist almajiri schools to shore up education in the North so as to eradicate illiteracy. The Almajiris are waiting o!

5. On February 8th, 2011, in Ibadan, the day you called some people "rascals", you promised to create jobs and improve the power sector. The OYO people and indeed all Nigerians are waiting!!!

6. On Feb 9th, 201, you were in Bauchi and you promised to intensify oil and gas exploration in the North-East as part of efforts to harness resources for economic development. Also you pledged to boost agriculture, power and water supply for wealth creation and revenue generation. Then you assured that projects such as the Mambilla hydro-electricity, Jada irrigation project and Kafin Zaki dam in Taraba, Adamawa and Bauchi would be pursued to boost agriculture and industrial development. The NORTH EAST PEOPLE ARE WAITING!!!

9. You landed in Portharcourt on Feb. 12th 2011, where you made alot of promises, may be to woo your Niger Delta people. Be that as it may, you announced that the NNPC, in partnership with the private sector, would establish a petrochemical plant in the Niger Delta (you didnt state where exactly). You promised the plant will create job opportunities for the Niger Delta youths. Then you went ahead to promise the implementation of Local Content Law and Petroleum Industry Bill. In case you cant remember when you made all these, cast your mind back to the stampede that claimed some lives (where your wife called them martyrs).

10. In Kaduna, You promised massive transformation of the agricultural sector through construction of large dams and distribution of one million metric tonnes of fertilisers for the 2011 farming season (The rains are here already, so fulfil your promises o).
You also pledged to establish Almajiri model schools in kaduna to address the challenges of the Almajiris.

11. In Benue-You promised to revolutionize agriculture and establish industries in the country through a five-year plan (We need that Plan now so we can keep track, the five years have started counting already).
You also promised to complete the irrigation project in Otukpo. Then you promised that the second Niger Bridge and the Benue Bridge projects will be worked on in the next four years. I think its better to start now so by April 2015, we trust you would have completed it.

12. February 17th, 2011, you were in Plateau where you made shocked the entire country with amazing promises. First of all, you pledged to refocus on the solid mineral development of the state and make it one of the key revenue sources in Nigeria. The Plateau people are banking on you.
Mr. President, You promised to build more dams and complete ongoing ones, so as to boost agricultural growth.
In addtion you promised to complete the Vom-Manchok-Jos road to boost economic links between Plateau and Kaduna states. You left the state and the Plateau people have been happy ever since and now that you have won, they are waiting!

13. Mr President on Feb 21, 2011, you were in Kogi. You promised among other things promised that the dredging of the River Niger and Lokoja-Abuja road dualisation would be completed very soon. THE KOGI PEOPLE AND INDEED NIGERIANS ARE HOPING AND WAITING

14. In Kwara State on Feb. 22nd, 2011, you pledged that the irrigation project in Shonga would be completed soon to boost the commercial farming activities of the New Nigeria Farmers in the area. Mr president, remember you also said the Jebba-Mokwa road and Jebba bridge would be given adequate attention to ease transportation in the area. Kwarans are waiting!

15. On February 24th 2011, Mr. President, you pledged to rehabilitate ALL ailing industries in Aba. I believe all Abians are hoping on you to provide the enabling environment to do their businesses, you must keep your promises.

16. Mr.President, on Feb 25th, 2011 in Anamabra you said there is a plan to build a power station in the state, assuring that within the next four years your administration would construct and rehabilitate ALL federal roads leading to Anambra as well as the South East. You equally promised to provide potable water to the densely populated Onitsha and Nnewi cities and tackle erosion in the South-East. To tell you the truth, Mr. President, Anambrians are banking on you!

17. In Ebonyi state, you promised to dualise the Enugu-Abakaliki federal highway in addition to establishing a secretariat for ALL Federal government's agencies and parastatals in Ebonyi. Mr. president, The people of Ebonyi has never had it so good since the creation of their state. Now, you have promised them the good life. Please keep to your words!

18. In Niger state, you promised the more power generation. Perhaps the most important aspect of your promises is that your government would map out a five-year strategic plan for road projects. Please the good people of Nigeria want the Plan NOW!!!

19. On Feb 27, 2011, you were in Asaba, the Delta state capital, On that fateful Sunday, you revealed that “The NNPC is developing a new programme that will absorb about 5,000 youths, ”, Mr. President, Deltans are delighted at this REVELATIONS. While that number is a far cry from the number of unemployed youths in the state, at all at all na winch (as they do say in Warri), so Deltans are waiting.

20. On March 2nd, 2011, you were in Ondo where you promised that roads and other basic infrastructure across the states will be developed in four years. In addition, you also promised the exploitation of the vast bitumen deposits in the state for national economic development and employment generation. The Ondo people are waiting. Your Four years have started already. You must start now.

21. On the same day, March 2nd, 2011, your campaign train was in Ekiti state. While there, you promised that more than N50 billion federal intervention projects were ongoing in the state. You can be rest assured that the Fayemi and indeed the entire Ekiti kete are waiting for you.

22. On March 9th, 2011 in Sokoto, you promised to rehabilitate the abandoned Shagari irrigation project as well as reviving the nation’s rail system and figh the menace of desertification in the country. Sokoto people have suffered for too long. This is your time to redeem your pledge, Mr President. The clock is ticking!!!

23. The date was March 12th 2011 and you were in Ogun state.
Remember, the day you rode to Abeokuta through rail?
Yes, That was the day you promised an improved power supply before the end of the year through the Integrated Power Project (IPP) initiative.
You also pledged to build more refineries, encourage downstream activities, resuscitate rail transportation and create jobs. In case you have forgotten, that was the day that Gbenga Daniel (your South West campaign coordinator was booed by the Ogun people).

24. On March 14th 2011, your campaign trained moved to Kebbi where you promised to establish a federal university next year (2012). You also promised to create jobs through science and technology, tackle environmental challenges and boost health care delivery.

25. Katsina, the country home of your late Boss, Umoru Musa Yar’adua was your point of call on March 15th, 2011 where you promised to enhance the living standard of Nigerians through implementation of people-oriented programmes that would provide citizens the necessary opportunities to realise their potentials.
In my opinion, this was just mere rhetoric as you did not make any concrete promises. Or did you have the premonition, you will lose in Katsina? I might just be right!

26. In Kano, you pledged to resuscitate the nation’s power sector and encourage the development of small and medium scale enterprises in the country while ensuring justice, equity and fair play in the polity.

Mr. President Nigerians Are Still Waiting For Your Promises Sir!!!

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somer writes:Mr.President…2 years ago I came to Abuja city and went to Lagos …what fantastic city they both are. But I cant say the same things to portharcourt unfortunately.it has security problems in measures and ver big hunger problems.try to invest for portharcourt as much as you can…best regards from turkey.

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Anonymous writes:Pls leave the president alone,,to rule ds country no easy,,he is realy trying jst dt d bad eggs wont let him actualise al hs promisess..dt house is ful of corrupt people n even dose dt dnt wnt hm to rule ar stil antagonisin hm…dy ar d one makin tins so dificult for him,,he actualy wnted to better our country nigeria.,,i wil stil vote for him again n again

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