‘Jonathan’s performance will earn him second term’

The developmental strides of President Goodluck Jonathan across the
country will earn him second term in office in 2015, the Nasarawa State
Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Chief Yunana Iliya, has said.

Iliya stated this in an interview with News Agency of Nigeria on
Sunday in Nasarawa, the headquarters of Nasarawa Local Government Area
of the state.

He said: “I want to tell the whole world that PDP government, since
its inception in Nigeria, has done a lot in fighting corruption,
poverty, hunger, unemployment.

“It has also pursued, with renewed vigour, youths and women
restiveness as well as boosted the socio-economic development of the
country.

“President Jonathan has also transformed the educational,
agricultural, economic, health, judicial and commercial sectors, as well
as the electoral system among others.

“His transformation agenda has touched and improved the lives of every Nigerian positively.

“Nigerians have seen his good works in establishing and equipping
secondary and tertiary institutions, creating job opportunities,
providing infrastructure facilities, tackling insecurity, prompt payment
of workers’ salaries among others.”

Iliya, therefore, called on Nigerians not to be deceived by those
criticising Jonathan’s administration without assessing his performances
dispassionately.

He urged the electorate to vote for the President and other PDP
candidates to ensure continuity in the provision of dividends of
democracy.

According to him, PDP is the only party that will bring about more dividends of democracy to the people.

He advised Nigerians against politics of ethnicity and religion, and
to be law-abiding in the interest of peace and national development.

(NAN)

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