Nigerians in Diaspora call for re-election of Jonathan




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LAGOS (LAGOS STATE) – Nigerians in , under auspices of Goodluck-Namadi Global Group 2015 USA (GNGG-2015 USA), have Nigerians of all persuasions to re-elect in forthcoming elections.

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group said in a made available to News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Thursday in Lagos President represented a new generation of leadership.

The , signed by Mr Sunday Ben Bamidele, National , GNGG, said “his reelection on March 28 will mark the beginning of passing of the baton from one generation to another. We thank the past generation for all they could do.

“Now, it is time and moment to transform Nigeria under the new crop of leadership of as the President of Nigeria for the next four years.

“President Jonathan is committed to a safe and flourishing Nigeria, a thriving economy and a solid educational system will adequately educate Nigerians.
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“Serving the needs and aspirations of citizens anywhere and everywhere, a solid system will sustain Nigeria and proudly utilise resources in ways allow Nigerians to meet their current needs.

“He is also committed to providing a future where generations are also taken care of, among others’’, the said.

It said they believed that Jonathan’s administration would create a lasting imprint on the image of Nigerians as culturally rich, ethnically diverse and progressively moving steadily in the right direction.

“We ask the electorate to re-elect Jonathan so that he could continue to implement human-oriented programmes that would alleviate poverty, improve education, health and security in Nigeria.’’

The statement said that Nigerians abroad had continued to declare that “the best for Nigeria now is President ’’.

It said that the victory for Jonathan would enable him continue with his transformation agenda that could lead Nigeria to become the real giant of Africa and one of the developed nations in the world within the next decade.

The statement said that all the president’s campaign promises toward the 2011 elections were great and that he had aspired to fulfill all the election promises.

“The followings are some of what has been achieved for Nigerians; robust and vibrant economy and propelling Nigeria to greater heights.

“Nigeria has emerged as by far the largest economy in Africa with a GDP of 504 billion dollars and nearly doubled the previous estimates.

“South Africa now comes a distant second with 350 billion dollars and hopefully, Nigeria’s GDP would soon double that of South Africa.

“Today, Nigeria is already the 23rd largest economy in the world. Kudos to Jonathan, we have overtaken such European countries as Australia and Belgium,’’ it said. (NAN)