President Goodluck Jonathan. (File: AFP)
Yenogoa - Former militant leaders from the Niger Delta zone who have been threatening to unleash terror on Nigerians if President Goodluck Jonathan loses the March 28 presidential election have made a U-turn from their earlier stance, reports Sahara Reporters.
They are now pleading with Nigerians to vote Jonathan in the election.
Reuben Wilson, popularly known as General Pastor Reuben, who disclosed the ex- militants new stance on Tuesday, during a meeting Yenogoa, said voters should support the President’s re-election based on the achievements of his administration in the areas of education, power, infrastructural development and security.
Speaking as members of the Leadership, Peace and Cultural Development Initiatives (LPCDI), Wilson called on voters to focus on Jonathan’s performance instead of the rhetoric of hate against his administration.
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