Jonathan may be Nigeria’s last president – former Gov. Orji Uzor Kalu

Former Governor of Abia state, Dr Orji Uzor
Kalu, while speaking with airport
correspondents yesterday as he returned from a trip to the UK, said if things are not properly checked politically, President Jonathan might be the last president Nigeria will have.

“When I was travelling precisely on the 26 of
April, I left this airport and I spoke to the
airport correspondents and I said there was a need to collaborate with international
organisations. You see, this issue is not about President Goodluck Jonathan. If we don’t take time and work together as Nigerians, Jonathan might be the last Nigerian President. Jonathan might be the Gorbachev of Nigeria. And that is the truth, so we better wake up. Political class, business class, military, civilians must now
stand up to work for our internal security.
Internal security is more important than
anything we have done and I believe that once we are able to come together Nigeria will be alright. As of now the country is in pains; the country is in problem and some people are taking it very lightly.

We are suffering from pains of our people; we are suffering from pains of the Nigerian
system. This is not about which part of the
country you come from, it is about Nigeria.
Nigerian people should take what is happening seriously and I am surprised that the political class and the private sector are still joking with this matter. This is a serious matter.

Anybody’s child can be kidnapped; whether it is at Chibok or any other place, Nigerian
should take this matter seriously. Can you
imagine how many Nigerians that have been
killed; how many of us that have been
wounded. I want people to be as wise as my
grandmother. I want people to take this matter seriously. Those girls kidnapped are our sisters; they are our daughters. It is because none of us has lost anybody that is why to some people; it is looking like a joke. We should stop taking this as a joke and take the matter very seriously in order to move forward.

We should not lose what we have. We should be able to come together as one family and fight because if we don’t take time; I repeat it for the second time, Jonathan will be the last president of the name Nigeria. Government can negotiate formerly or informally. It can send agents to negotiate on its behalf without getting involved. The US does this in Afghanistan and other places. It can negotiate formerly or informally” he said.


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