Jonathan Shouldn’t Have Been President, It Was A Mistake!

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Jonathan Shouldn't Have Been President, It Was A Mistake

For the first time in history, the 26th World Economic Forum on Africa is taking place in Nigeria, the heart of West Africa and the big giant of Africa’s continent. Before now, it’s been held in Cape Town, South Africa, but today moved to Nigeria because she became the leading economy in Africa with a GDP of $510 billion. A total of 76 per cent of its economy amounting to the economy of the entire Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), and 30 per cent in the economy of Sub-Saharan Africa and about 21 per cent in Africa as a whole. To me, i say that’s a substantial chunk and meaningfully demand the pull out from where it “used” to hold to its present location today.

The event is themed, “Forging Inclusive Growth, Creating Jobs”, with over 13 heads of States and 1,000 participants from various countries of the world. BUT, that’s not the only thing happening in Nigeria today. There’s the issue of Boko Haram and the 300 girls abducted from their school on April 14 of this year. President Jonathan initially trivialized the issue and claimed that the security agencies are in full control until it became clearer to him that they are not, that the government are not in control whatsoever.
Nigerians cried out from their various corners, using the Social Media to let the outside world hear their voice, and it has been heard and help is coming to Nigeria, or has come to Nigeria. The big question first is, AT WHAT COST, IS THIS HELP COMING TO NIGERIA?

Yes, Jonathan shouldn’t have been president, it was a very big mistake that the Nigerian people never saw until it happened. Jonathan have all other basic characteristic endowment of a leader -Humility, vision, mission, listening to advise, integrity etcetera but, he lack a few of other major leadership skills which makes a leader lead right even in moments of trial and controversies -proactive mindedness, decisiveness, and the WILL to step on TOES for the betterment of the entire nation and the people. This great LACK, is a big hole through which members of the dreaded Islamic sects known as “Boko Haram”, crawled in from and has remained.

Nigerians think that President Jonathan fears to take ACTION because he don’t want to step on toes, because he don’t want to hurt anyone, but the more complacent or silent he becomes on issues of security especially in this delicate moments, the more the people get really hurt. But from where i stand, he’s being slow in taking ACTION because he’s involved in Negativism of Translational Corruption with the same people fighting his government and there’s little or nothing he can do about it.‏ You may think otherwise but Jonathan is not fit to be president of Nigeria.

 

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