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Olejeme optimistic of Jonathan’s victory

Olejeme optimistic of Jonathan’s victory

by Njamanze Fidel
February 5, 2015

Deputy Chairman, Finance Committee of the Presidential Campaign Organization, Dr. Ngozi Olejeme on Wednesday reflected on the years in office of President Goodluck Jonathan and said that Nigeria under him witnessed unprecedented levels of development.

Olejeme told reporters in Asaba that Nigerians want continuity, stability and the basic dividends of democracy.

“Nigerians have prospered under his leadership. They see his re-election as a signal of good things to come for this great country. He will come out victorious in the presidential election” she said.

Identifying agriculture, education, healthcare delivery, construction of new and rehabilitation of existing roads across the federation, appointment of public officers and the formulation of a sound economic policy as areas where the president performed, Olejeme said the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate enhanced the well-being of Nigerians.

“There is much for which we should all be grateful. For the years of the Jonathan administration, majority of Nigerians are counting their blessings” she said.

Stilling recalling the modest achievements recorded so far by the current administration, the PDP chieftain said Jonathan’s presence in Aso Rock earned Nigeria enormous international goodwill and support.

She charged Nigerians, particularly Deltans, to support the candidature of Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for a rapid development of the country.

“President Jonathan will ensure the security of persons, property and investments. He will protect the unity and territorial integrity of Nigeria. He will strengthen rule of law, ensure impartial treatment of citizens, food security, judicious distribution of resources and transparency in government. He will create jobs, care for the weak. He will respect constitutional provisions, adhere to the doctrine of separation of powers, lead a government that is consultative, responsive, prudent, transparent, accountable, dedicated to service, law abiding and above all democratic” she said.

“Our job is to deliver the party 100 per cent” she added.

ENDS

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