Nigerian 2015 Presidency - Jonathan Out?


Despite reports that a committee has been set up for the president's second term bid, the presidency insists he remains focused on implementing the agenda for national transformation.
  • Nigeria:  Jonathan - Count Me Out of 2015 for Now

    Daily Trust, 17 April 2013

    President Goodluck Jonathan insisted yesterday he has yet to decide whether to seek a fresh presidential term in 2015, in reaction to recent reports of subterranean campaign ... read more »

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  • Nigeria:  Presidency Reiterates Jonathan's Position On 2015 Election

    Vanguard, 16 April 2013

    The presidency Tuesday reiterated that President Goodluck Jonathan has neither taken a decision or whether or not he will contest in the 2015 elelction, nor has he authorized any ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  2015 - I'm Still Consulting - Jonathan

    Vanguard, 17 April 2013

    For the umpteenth time, President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday, said he was yet to take a decision on whether or not to seek the 2015 presidential ticket of the Peoples Democratic ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  ACN Faults Jonathan's Comments On 2015 Elections

    Vanguard, 17 April 2013

    ACTION Congress of Nigeria, ACN, Ekiti State chapter, yesterday, said the statement credited to President Goodluck Jonathan that Peoples' Democratic Party, PDP, would capture 32 ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  2015 - Bombings Will Stop Moments Jonathan Declines to Contest - Cleric

    Vanguard, 17 April 2013

    THE President of the Ondo State Unification of Cherubim and Seraphim, Primate Ademisokun Turton, has said that the killings by the dreaded Boko Haram religious sect will come to an ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Presidency - Jonathan Has Not Endorsed Any Governorship Candidate for 2015

    This Day, 17 April 2013

    The presidency Tuesday debunked the claims made in certain quarters that President Goodluck Jonathan had endorsed the candidacy of certain individuals to run for governorship ... read more »

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