Nigeria’s Jonathan ‘most abused’ president

BY: vanguardngr.com

President Goodluck Jonathan

“Since [then] no American citizen has insulted Obama, but here in Nigeria, since inception of office, Jonathan is the most abused and criticised President and still continue to be.”

The party chairman who charged the IPAC leaders to bring into play the mandate of the organisation by ensuring that politicians abide by the code of conduct by desisting from blackmailing and insulting political office holders in the land.

Nwanyanwu said “we have to move from the name calling which is dominating our political life. Notwithstanding that so many people from different political platforms are seeking for the same office, we must abide by the code of conduct of the game so that there won’t be violence.”

He said this new leadership of IPAC must try to ensure that all registered political parties in Nigeria come together to talk of ways of helping the nation to confront some of the challenges like the unemployment, problems of transport, with a view to moving the nation forward.

The Chairman of IPAC, Dr. Yunusha Tanko urged political parties and politicians to focus on issues while campaigning for electoral offices instead of name calling and blackmail.

He said the organisation had concluded plans to convene all political summit at the end of the ongoing familiarisation tour of national offices of all the registered parties.

He said, after these visits, the organisation would also embark on a tour of State Chapters of all the parties with a view to taking the code of conduct to their domains.

Source: vanguardngr.com