Sunday, November 24, 2013

Goodluck Azikiwe Jonathan GCFR, Commander-In-Chief of the Nigerian Armed Forces and President of the Federal Republic Of Nigeria

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on November 23, 2013 - 22:24.

"I always dey tok am say oga jona too dey shark.Shakpe o,Sapele water o,kparaga o,burukutu shendam o,alomo o, kaikai o,tumbo ni o, medusa o,pito o, arigi o, im de swallow am, kai kilode? Im sani do am but dt one wey im mix oyinbo white horse wt jona waka plus diezanie na im come make yawa gas so. E three much infact twenty much sef."~~ comment at, November 23, 2013 10:24pm

Did it ever occur to this commentator that sleep deprivation and the rigors of running such a government as Nigeria's is, might be the reason for Mr. President's bloodshot eyes? Has he/she never heard the expression "tired but pushing on"?

It is important for one, such as the above commentator, to realize that it is not the person of Goodluck Azikiwe Jonathan that they disparage but the Office and status of the President of Nigeria. Growing up, they say, is hard to do but most Nigerians simply have to learn about growing up.

It is beyond pale that Sahara Reporters should indulge such commentators, especially one that lurks behind anonymity.

To bring my point home about the stresses of the Office of the President to the The Federal Republic Of Nigeria, compare and contrast the tranquility of the picture below of him as Vice President, the rigors of office do not manifest a la bloodshot eyes nor do the stress features.

~~ Egoigwe.

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Alex Grinoi said...

People think it is easy to lead any country and how full of fun it must be... if only they knew the truth or could spend just an hour sitting on that chair then they would know how badly it burns. There is nothing joyful to being the president of any country.

Sardauna said...

Talk less of Nigeria... Kai!

Azuka Mbanefo said...

Sahara reporters should be ashamed of itself for being the tar brush that disfigures the canvass of Nigerian statehood. I think they made a complete ass of themselves with this one.