Nigeria is not be Where it Should be, but we Should not give up or lose hope by Focusing on Only the Negative – Goodluck Jonathan

Goodluck Jonathan

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has, has advised Nigerians not to loose hope or give up in their quest and desire to make Nigerian a grate Nation that’ll be used to set good examples globally. The former head of state gave this words of encouragement as he raised an alarm of the country’s democracy derailing towards dictatorship.


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Speaking at the 70th birthday of Mathew Kukah, Catholic Bishop of Sokoto Diocese, in Abuja, on Wednesday August 31, Jonathan urged Nigerians not to lower their guards as this would make democracy recede into fascism. The former President also called on Nigerian leaders to accommodate different views. He said;

 

“Obviously many people, especially our youths, are becoming increasingly disillusioned about our politics and democracy. “However, we must remain on the democratic path because it is the only practical way of effectively managing our diversity, developing sustainably, and recording progress as a nation.

 

 

“The task before all of us is not to lower our guards lest the democracy we cherish today succumbs to threats and recedes into fascism tomorrow because there are signs.

 

 

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“Looking at the states and so on, we are derailing towards quasi-fascist form of government, but democracy is not only about winning elections alone, it is about accommodation. We, as leaders at the centre and at the state levels, especially at this time when elections are coming, must accommodate different views.

 

 

“Towards this goal, we are again faced with a good opportunity of choosing our leaders as the nation prepares to go to the polls next year. Let us choose those that will take us to the desired destination and the promised land.”

 

“Nigeria may not be where we want it to and should be, but we should not give up or lose hope by focusing on only the negative.

 

 

“Judging from where we are coming from since independence in 1960, we may have been moving slowly in our journey of nationhood, but it is a journey of progress, all the same.”

 

 

 

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