15th December, 2014
Buruji Kashamu, the Chairman, Organisation and Mobilisation Committee of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in South-West, on Monday said President Goodluck Jonathan was on divine mission to salvage Nigeria.
“President Jonathan is a man on a divine mission. God is not yet done with the President and Nigeria,” Kashamu told newsmen in Lagos.
The PDP chieftain urged Nigerians to support Jonathan in 2015, describing him as “an agent of change”.
“I urge all Nigerians and the good people of the South-West to reject hard liners.
“President Jonathan has remained focused and unfettered. In spite of all the abuses and needless provocation, the president keeps saying he has no enemies to fight.
“This shows the mindset of the president and his love for all,” Kashamu said.
He said that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) had recorded more successes in its court cases under the Jonathan administration than any other administration.
“There is a higher level of accountability and transparency in the management of our Excess Crude Account, Foreign Reserve as well as oil proceeds unlike what obtained in the past.
“For the first time in over 20 years, the accounts of the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) are being audited at the instance of President Jonathan,” Kashamu said.
He said that there was respect for freedom of expression and civil liberties under the Jonathan’s administration.