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I Wont Resign, We Still At War With Boko Haram – Goodluck Jonathan
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Posted on: 10:01 Sat, 08 Nov 2014

The Presidency has said there is no part of the world where the President resigns
during an ongoing war. It therefore challenged the leadership of the All Progressives Congress to tell Nigerians where such has ever happened.

This was the Presidency’s reaction to the demand by the APC
leadership, including its National Leader, Asiwaju Bola
Tinubu, that President Goodluck Jonathan should resign due
to the on-going war the members of the Boko Haram are
waging on Nigeria, saying Jonathan is incompetent.
Reacting on behalf of the President, his Senior Special
Assistant on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe, in a statement
in Abuja on Thursday, asked Nigerians to ignore such calls.
The statement from the Presidency reads:
“The suggestion by one of the leaders of the All
Progressives Congress, Senator Bola Tinubu, that President
Goodluck Jonathan should resign from office as a result of
the activities of insurgents in the north-eastern part of the country, has once again shown beyond doubt that the former Lagos State governor and his colleagues in the
opposition are a bunch of political anarchists and charlatans blinded by an unbridled appetite for power.

“The assertion by Tinubu at a political rally in Ilorin,
Kwara State on Wednesday that in ‘civilised’ societies, the
President should have resigned is unfounded and lacking in
historical precedence.

“We challenge him to tell Nigerians which part of his
‘civilised’ world has there been a call on a President to
resign during an on-going war.
“When terrorists attacked the United States of America in
September 2001, the leaders of the Democratic Party did not
demand a resignation of President George Bush but rather
they rose in defence of the American nation to support the
various measures taken by the President to defeat the al
Qaeda terrorists.”

He added that it was particularly sad that the leaders of the
APC would mount every available podium to pour invectives on the President and ridicule members of the Armed Forces of
Nigeria who were in the battlefield against terror.

“Telling the President to resign because of an ongoing
insurgency is the height of insensitive, indecorous and bad
politics which ought to be roundly condemned by every
patriotic Nigerian,” he added.
Tinubu has however insisted that any President who can’t
secure his people has no business in office.
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Posted on: 10:01 Sat, 08 Nov 2014
u re the boko haram


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