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Jonathan better than Buhari by Everest(m) : 10:07 am On Jan 09, 2015


The Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan on New Media, Reno Omokri has reiterated that his principal and presidential candidate of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP is miles ahead of the presidential candidate of the All Progressives Congress, General Muhammadu Buhari.

He stated that Nigerians should assess Jonathan and Buhari on what they did while in office, adding that comparing the achievements of the duo should guide electorates during the presidential poll on 14th February.

In a series of tweets with the hashtag #GEJisit, Omokri compared the success recorded by the present administration of Jonathan and the 20 months reign of Buhari from 1983 till 1985.

He argued that within 20 months of his leadership, president Jonathan completed two power stations, built nine universities, gave scholarship to over 100 students and built 50 schools for almajiris among others, asking Buhari to tell Nigerians if he had similar success within his 20 months rule as the Head of State.

He also added that president Jonathan has upheld the fundamental rights of Nigerians, including that of his critics unlike Buhari who he accused of closing down newspaper houses and jailed journalists; guarante freedom of the press and empowered women and youth among others.

President Jonathan flag-off his re-election bid on Thursday.

SOURCE: http://www.vanguardngr.com/2015/01/jonathan-better-buhari/#sthash.yOk1SIPF.dpuf

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