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Defected PDP governors will return - Presidency

11 December 2013, 19:00

New York - The Special Adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan on Political Affairs,  Ahmed Gulak, says the defected PDP governors are "prodigal sons'' who will soon return to the fold, begging for forgiveness.

The North America Correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Gulak stated this as a special guest at a dinner organised by the  "Goodluck Support Group (GSG)" in New York on Wednesday.

The event was well attended by Nigerian-Americans, congressmen and the business community.

The night also witnessed formal inauguration of zonal coordinators of GSG with a presentation of a documentary on  “See what President Goodluck Jonathan Has Done in 2 Years’’.

He noted that no Nigerian leader had been so qualified to lead Nigeria as Jonathan.

“He (Jonathan) passed through all the relevant stages of political tutelage. This President will take us to the Promised Land. He has ideas to move Nigeria forward. Join him to make this happen” the special adviser added.

He said the president gave a score-card of his performance in two years.

Gulak stated that the evidence on ground showed that the president’s transformation agenda was real.



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