Unlimited vows of GEJ

Below are the vows made by
Nigerian president Goodluck
Jonathan since he came to
power: GUARDIAN JONATHAN Vows to Contain
Jos Crisis (AllAfrica, Jan 19, 2010) Jonathan vows to
consolidate the gains of
the [Niger Delta] amnesty (CNIELTS, February 15, 2010) Nigeria’s president
Goodluck Jonathan vows to
hold clean elections [Christian Science Monitor, April
13, 2010] New Nigerian President
Vows Electoral Reform
Before Next Year’s Vote [Voice of America, May 07, 2010]
“…Our total commitment to good
governance, electoral reform,
and the fight against corruption
will be pursued with greater
vigor.” Jonathan Vows to Tackle
Erosion in South East [AllAfrica, 24 February 2011] Jonathan Vows to
Prosecute Those Behind
Violence [AllAfrica, Apr 15, 2011] Jonathan vows to end Boko
Haram menace [AFP, April 19, 2012] Jonathan vows ‘major
changes’ for Nigeria [Dailymotion, April 20, 2011. Jonathan Vows to Return
Nation to Order [Vanguard, 21 April 2011. Nigeria: President Jonathan
vows to address falling
education standard [West African Democracy Radio,
May 18, 2011] Nigerian President Vows to
Strengthen Democratic Rule [Voice of America, May 30, 2011] Corruption: No more sacred
cows, Jonathan vows [Vanguard, July 26, 2011]; would
rid the nation’s procurement
process of all forms of
corruption, he said at the fourth
National Procurement Forum. Nigerian president vows to
bring terrorism under
control, go after group
that bombed U.N. building [Associated Press, August 27,
2011] UN Building Bombing –
Jonathan Vows to Track
Down Bombers [Daily Trust, August 28, 2011] Jonathan Vows To Crush
Terror Groups, Says
Sponsors of Terror groups
now unveiled [Nigeria Tribune, September 23,
2011] Jonathan vows to fix public
institutions, Says strong
institutions recipe for
Nigeria’s Greatness (The Sun, Sep 28, 2011] President Jonathan Vows to
Combat Security as Nigeria
Celebrates its 51st
Independence Day [IQ4News, October 1, 2011… Jonathan Vows to get
bombers (Vanguard, October 2, 2010); “It
is a wicked independence
anniversary gift.” President Jonathan vows
war on crime, saying he
had put in place a new
national security strategy, [Africa Review, October 2, 2011] Jonathan vows war on
crime as Nigeria turns 51 [Africa Review, October 3, 2011] As Boko Haram changes
gear, Mars Eid-El-Kabir
celebrations in North,
Jonathan vows to protect
Nigerians [National Daily Newspaper,
November 6, 2011] Christmas carnage in
Nigeria, Nigeria’s president
vows to bring those
responsible to justice [CNN, December 25, 2011] President Jonathan Vows
To Exterminate Boko Haram [blanknewsonline, December 26,
2011] Jonathan vows to “crush
terrorists” [Reuters, Dec 31, 2011]who set
off a series of bombs across
Nigeria on Christmas Day. “We
assure Nigerians that we will
protect them.We will crush the
terrorists. If there are institutions … which are
harbouring terrorists, we will
deal with them.” Jonathan vows to protect
Nigerians [National Daily], November 6,
2011 Jonathan vows vengeance;
to “crush the terrorists”
who set off a series of
bombs across Nigeria on
Christmas Day [Mail & Guardian, South Africa,
Dec 31, 2011] ..it’s fight to the finish,
Jonathan vows [The Punch,
January 1, 2012]. he would not
spare any effort aimed at
fighting the sect, which he
described as a “group of evil- minded people,” to the end. Jonathan vows to work for
the welfare and well being
of all Nigerians [Newsdiary, January 16, 2012] Jonathan Vows to Check
Destabilisation Plot [ThisDay, January 17, 2012] We’ll wipe out Boko Haram
– Jonathan [The Punch, January 23, 2012];
vowed in Kano the federal
government would soon wipe out
the dreaded Boko Haram Jonathan vows stronger
relations between Nigeria
and Ethiopia [Channels TV, Jan 31, 2012] Jonathan vows to increase
petrol refining capacity [The Moment, February 3, 2012] Jonathan vows to sack
appointees over 2015
campaign [ThisDay, Feb 21, 2012] Jonathan vows justice [The Nation, January 23, 2012] Jonathan vows to replicate
Asian Tiger feat in Nigeria [Channels TV, March 26, 2012] Revenge attacks follow
Nigeria church blast,
Goodluck Jonathan…vows
“to end the spate of
mindless attacks and
killings” Al Jazeera (12 March 2012] Jonathan vows to fast-
track power masterplan (News Diary Online, March 26,
2012]. Jonathan Vows To End Boko
Haram Menace In June [March 28, 2012, Yonhap News
Agency, South Korea] Jonathan vows to end
culture of favouritism (Premium Times, April 12, 2012 ):
“You don’t have to know
somebody who knows somebody
before you can be given any
high office to serve in the new
direction we want to chart for the country.” I will deal with Boko Haram,
Jonathan vows [Apr 13, 2012] Jonathan to sack heads of
MDAs for distorting 2012
budget [Premium Times, April 13, 2012] Jonathan vows “to sack
heads of departments and
parastatals indicted for
lobbying members of the
National Assembly for
upward review of their budget (The Nation, April 14, 2012) Jonathan vows to correct
structural defects in
education [Vanguard, April 15, 2012 ),
lamenting that the defects in
the system were responsible for
the failure of children. Jonathan vows to end Boko
Haram menace [AFP News, April 19, 2012],
“security situation in Nigeria is
not as gloomy as it is painted
and the government “is working
very hard and that we’ll bring
this under control.” Jonathan vows to eradicate
polio by 2015 (Channels Television, April 24,
2012): “One thing I promise the
Nigerian child, and also the
Nigerian father and mother is
that if we cannot solve all the
health problems in this country now, one thing this present
administration is committed to is
to eradicate polio by 2015″. Fuel Subsidy report:
Presidency vows to bring
culprits to book [The Punch, April 26, 2012]…
would punish all those found
culpable in the N1.07tn fuel
subsidy scam. Jonathan Vows To Punish Oil
Thieves [Nigerian Pilot, April 26, 2012] President Goodluck
Jonathan has vowed that
his administration will not
shield any corrupt person
from investigation or
prosecution by the anti- graft agencies in the

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