2015 TAN begins Rallies For Jonathan
A political group, Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria(TAN), said yesterday that it will begin rallies for President Goodluck Jonathan’s re-election from August 16.
The rally will take off in Awka, the Anambra State capital, and hold in other deep political zones.
The group’s Director of Public Communications and Strategy, Udenta O. Udenta, spoke at a stakeholders’ meeting in Awka. He said TAN was worried over “the almost near absence of coverage of President Jonathan’s very many achievements nationwide”.
He noted that the negative antics of the few traducers of the administration were unconscionably allowed to dominate the public pace.
Udenta urged Nigerians to carefully take a dispassionate look at Jonathan’s achievements.
Listing some of the achievements sector by sector, he said these included oil/gas, roads, agriculture, power, sports, railway, women/youth empowerment, housing, port reforms, electoral reforms, aviation, port reforms, automobile industry and the National Conference.
He said: “Membership cuts across the 36 states and political party affiliations in the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), All Progressives Congress (APC), All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), United Peoples Party (UPP) and others. Members are expected to be in Awka for the maiden mega rally.”
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