Wednesday, September 10, 2014

Jonathan Orders Removal Of Offensive Bring Back Jonathan Posters


President Goodluck  Jonathan has directed that the #Bring Back Jonathan 2015 signs and banners around Abuja which he and many
Nigerians find offensive and repugnant  be brought down immediately.

According to a statement by the Presidential Media Aide, Reuben Abati, the 
President "wholly shares the widely expressed view that the signs which were put up without his knowledge or approval are a highly insensitive parody of the #Bring Back Our Girls hash tag".

The statement added that "While President Jonathan appreciates the enthusiastic show of support for his administration  by a broad range of stakeholders, he condemns the #Bring Back Jonathan 2015 signs which appear to make light of the very serious national and global concern for the abducted Chibok girls.

1 comment:

  1. Sorry GEJ, the damage is done. And I for one cannot congratulate you like many are doing for suddenly coming to your senses only after a global backlash.

    Where were you before the international press got hold of the story? Were you sleeping? Of course you were. That's all you've been doing since the get go.

    Hypothetically speaking, if there's ever an Olympic event of Sleep and Slumber, Rip Van Winkle would come in at a distant second behind you.