President Jonathan And His Vice Sambo Have Failed Nigeria, By De Mayor

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President Jonathan and Sambo cannot continue to rule us, they have failed us as a Nation.
 
Buhari did not loot at a younger age and he will not loot at this old age. When he served Obasanjo as petroleum minister they built 3 refineries and they did not import oil they produced our oil and refined our oil in our own country.
 
When he came back as military head of state he paid all debts within 2years and refused to borrow money from the western world. He prosecuted criminals and killed drug dealers. He refused to borrow and that was why he cancelled Lagos rail project saying he would not borrow any money.
 
When Buhari came back as Head of the Petroleum Trust Fund (PTF), he built more than 200 federal roads within 4yrs. Let us ask Jonathan how many did he build for the past 6years you will be ashamed. Buhari is the only living president with no house in Lagos, no house in Abuja, no oil rig, not even a petrol station. Buhari and Prof Osinbajo are not a criminals like Jonathan and Sambo.
 
Obasanjo recently revealed sad facts on the level of mismanagement of this Jonathan led government when informed the public that he left $25 Billion in the Excess Crude Account and that the Late Umaru Musa Yar'Adua led government raised this to $35 Billion before his death. Jonathan led government has squandered all and no money left in our Excess Crude Account.
 
Furthermore, Obasanjo also informed the public that he left $40 Billion in the Foreign Excess Reserve Account and that the Late Umaru Musa Yar'Adua led government raised this to $60 Billion before his death. Jonathan led government has squandered our money and we have only about $30 Billion left in our Foreign Excess Reserve Account.
 
If after reading this, you still defend the corrupt government of Jonathan then we know you are a serial corrupt person and we will disgrace all of you who are the enemies of Nigeria.
 
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