Letter to President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria

Date: 28-07-2010 8:07 am (12 years ago) | Author: AfricanNewslive
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WE are pleased for the opportunity to interact with you, our dear President. At a time when you are daily confronted with telling challenges of state, and the relentless competition for your time by issues of nation-building, we regard your kind consent for an audience with us, as a special honour to the people of the South-East as a whole.

As we thank Your Excellency for the warmth of your reception, may we hasten to register the solidarity and good wishes of our people to you and your administration.

We have come, Sir, to encourage you in your labour of love for our fatherland and to earnestly commend you for the candour, dynamism and statesmanship which you have brought to state craft. As Nigerians and as your relations, we cannot but publicly express our pride in you for the humility and calm disposition with which you confronted the trying circumstances that preceded your assumption of the Presidency of our great nation.

We are persuaded Sir, that your success in stabilising the polity and your manifest efforts to extend the frontiers of national development, constitute potent testimonies to the fact that your call to service at this particular juncture in the history of our nation, is attended by divine ordination. On behalf of all Nigerians of Igbo stock, we assure you of our undiluted commitment to the survival of our nation and we urge you Sir, to take the support, loyalty and co-operation of the people of the South-East as given.

Encouraged by the premium which your administration places on the ideals of equity, justice and fairness, we wish to use the opportunity of this solidarity visit to draw your Excellency’s attention to a number of issues of great concern to our people with a view to eliciting your favourable disposition towards their remediation.

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- princedafe at 28-07-2010 08:57 AM (12 years ago)
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Posted: at 28-07-2010 08:57 AM (12 years ago) | Gistmaniac
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- negalways2001 at 28-07-2010 12:48 PM (12 years ago)
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Good performance... more effort dear ones...
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- joga123 at 28-07-2010 09:45 PM (12 years ago)
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We want the federal ,state,local Government collaboration in area of job creation.Please stop singing praises.They award infrastructural projects as a means of Sharing our oil money.One giant industry in each Local Goverment will solve our problem.I will vote for president Goodluck in this next election hoping that job creation will be achieved.If he fells in this aspect, i think it will be better to disintegrate this Nation.Abuja is too far,though distance is no barrier but this will help us.
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- evilgenius at 30-07-2010 10:03 AM (12 years ago)
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pls leave mr president to concentrate and do his job. we need gooooooood result now praises now!
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- yujiao at 30-07-2010 10:46 AM (12 years ago)
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- TeresaOlajide at 2-08-2010 05:44 AM (12 years ago)
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Impressively well spoken writer. I hope President Goodluck listens, and not just for the South East, but for all 9ja.

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- Solidstonez at 22-06-2012 10:04 AM (10 years ago)
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- chicco77 at 1-08-2012 09:43 AM (10 years ago)
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 Lips Sealed
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- Treasure2 at 1-08-2012 10:47 AM (10 years ago)
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- edobaking at 1-08-2012 11:12 AM (10 years ago)
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not important
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- dickman2 at 19-08-2012 10:59 PM (10 years ago)
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from who to who ..nawa oooh ..
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- a-wizzy at 22-09-2014 01:26 PM (8 years ago)
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Portrait Painting of Nigerian President : Goodluck Jonathan and Wife by Visual Artist Ayeola Ayodeji.....Nigerian Popular Portrait Artist.

Other Portrait paintings by Ayeola Ayodeji.

The Picture The Artist work with.


Painting in progress.


The Finished Portrait painting of Governor of Akwa Ibom State(Godswill Akpabio and Wife) by Visual Artist Ayeola Ayodeji..Nigerian Artist

See the video of the portrait painting of Governor Godswill Akpabio and wife done by Ayeola Ayodeji: Nigerian Artist.
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