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I Will Perform Better If I’m Returned To Power, Jonathan Assures Plateau People

Jonathan in Ibadan

President Goodluck Jonathan has Plateau State people that if he is returned to power in the February elections, he would do better for the country than he had done so far. He assured the people of Plateau state that he would end the incessant killings in Plateau state.

Jonathan who spoke today at Presidential campaign rally at the Rwang Pam township stadium in Jos, the capital city, as he solicited for support of the electorates asked the Plateau people to be peaceful in all aspects of their lives

“If you give us your mandates in the next four years, I assure you that we will perform better.”

President Jonathan said that PDP is the “only party that can lead Nigeria successful,” even as he apologised to the Plateau people for coming to the campaign rally behind schedule.

The PDP presidential candidate and his running mate were in Jos with their wives. Senate President David Mark also accompanied the campaign team. Mark pledged to deliver the North Central zone to President Jonathan.

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He said President Jonathan has kept the promises he made to Nigerians in 2011, therefore should not panic because the electorates of the region will support him.

The PDP National Chairman, Adamu Mu’azu, said President Jonathan has promised to create two million jobs in the country if given the mandate again. He said Mr. Jonathan got rid of the Ebola Virus Disease outbreak in Nigeria, and therefore deserved a second term.

Speaking at the rally, Governor of Plateau State, Jonah Jang, told President Jonathan that most Plateau people have not collected their voters cards, therefore will be disfranchised during the polls.

He advocated the use of temporary voter cards during the forthcoming elections and assured Mr. Jonathan of Plateau votes during the presidential elections. [myad]