Mr. Augustine Chukwudum, President of Ndigbo Unity Forum has said that President Goodluck Jonathan failed on his election promises to the people and therefore does not deserve Nigerians’ mandate for a second term.
According to him, Jonathan promised to build refineries when he was elected in 2011 but that has yet to materialise a few months to the expiration of his tenure.
“In 2011, Jonathan promised to build three oil refineries and where are the refineries now? The prices of petrol and kerosene have risen beyond the reach of the ordinary citizens.
“Electricity bills have gone up without commensurate improvement in power supply. In fact, the cost of living has gone up under Jonathan’s watch.
“The incessant strikes in the health and education sectors as well as the Boko Haram insurgency are critical issues Jonathan needs to tackle before he can talk of seeking re-election”.