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Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan has mocked those that criticised his decision for leaving the pump price of fuel at N87. Jonathan said he is surprised that those who criticised him for leaving the pump price of fuel at N87 are not speaking out now that it has been jerked up to N143. “My government was severely criticised for increasing the pump price of petroleum from N67 to N97 at a time that global crude price was going for over 100 dollars,” Ikechukwu Eze, Jonathan’s spokesman quoted him as saying. “The pump price was later reduced to N87 when the price of crude oil dropped and they attacked us that it was supposed to be lower. “Those who criticised my administration are not talking again now that the global crude oil is about 53 dollars per barrel and the pump price of petrol is N143.” The ex-President's administration increased fuel price from N67 to N97 in 2012, but reduced it to N87 in January 2015. Jonathan made this known on Thursday, October 19, 2017 while receiving Tunde Adeniran, one of the chairmanship aspirants of the PDP. #PulseNews #Jonathan #Petrol #CrudeOil
Former President Goodluck Jonathan says President Muhammadu Buhari’s government only thrives on lies and propaganda. Jonathan stated this when he received one of the national chairmanship aspirants of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Prof. Tunde Adeniran and members of his campaign team in Abuja on Thursday, October 19, 2017. The former president noted that the PDP performed well during its sixteen years in power. Jonathan also took a swipe on the minister of power, Babatunde Fashola. “The PDP administration for 16 years did well and will continue to do well but this administration has done nothing. They deployed propaganda and lies at a professional level," Jonathan said. “In the power sector, we did well to revive it. A state governor attacked our government, saying that any serious government should be able to fix the power challenge within six months. “Today, APC has been in power for how many years now? Fortunately, the then governor is in the APC government as a minister,” he added. The former president advises the PDP to elect a competent, reliable and courageous national chairman who would lead the party to victory come 2019. #PulseNews #PDP #APC #Buhari #Jonathan
Die #mamasstärkenmamas -Challenge von @leandravogt geht bereits in die 5. Runde😊 Mama- Freundschaften... Ich habe in meinem Umfeld viele Mamas, Mamas mit großen Kindern, mit Schulkindern, mit Babys die in den nächsten Tagen ihren 1. Geburtstag feiern und durch den #PeKip- Kurs den wir besuchen, nun auch Mamas mit gleichaltrigen Babys. (Keine Mamas aber zwei unheimlich liebe und unterstützende Freundinnen zähle ich auch dazu, beide haben jüngere Geschwister und somit auch mehr Erfahrung mit Babys als ich😅 @svenjaheinemann) Wenn ich so darüber nachdenke, konnte ich von allen bisher nur profitieren. Von jedem auf seine Weise. Sie alle haben sich meine vieeeeeelen Gedanken während der Schwangerschaft geduldig angehört. Auch als Jonathan dann da war, hat keine ungefragte Ratschläge gegeben, sondern auf Nachfrage zu bestimmten Themen von ihren Erfahrungen berichtet. Es gäbe noch so viel mehr zu sagen, aber das würde den Rahmen hier auch sprengen. Also bleibt mir nichts weiter zu sagen als: "Ich bin für alle meine Mama-Freundschaften unendlich dankbar❤❤❤❤❤❤❤"! #mamasstärkenmamas #oktoberchallenge #maibaby #maimama #freundschaft #vertrauen #verlässlichkeit #Jonathan #itsaboy #teamblau
The former Nigeria's President spoke in Abuja on Thursday, October 19, when he received one of the national chairmanship aspirants of the Peoples Democratic Party, Prof. Tunde Adeniran, and members of his campaign team in his office. The party will hold its national convention in Abuja on December 9 to elect its national officers. Jonathan said the solidarity being enjoyed by the party even though it lost election at the centre in 2015 showed that “there is something in the PDP.” While pledging to speak up some day on the achievements of the PDP in its 16 years in power, the former President took a swipe at the Minister of Works, Power and Housing, Mr. Babatunde Fashola (SAN), who as a state governor reportedly said that a serious government at the centre must be able to fix power within six months. Jonathan was the president when Fashola made the statement. The former president observed that more than two years of the APC Federal Government, to which Fashola belongs as a minister, the government had not been able to fix power. He noted that Fashola who made the statement is incidentally in charge of power today. Jonathan said the Buhari government had not done anything since it came to power on May 29, 2015. #IndependentNgr #Nigeria #Nigeriatoday #IPOB #2019Election #APC #PDP #Jonathan #Fashola #PowerSupply