Q23: President GEJ has earlier stated that member of Boko Haram existed within elements of his government. Why has no official of his government been arrested, while BH have continued on their killing spree.
Q24: In spite of the billions allocated to road maintenance in Nigeria, the trunk A road continues to deteriorate with death tolls piling everyday, FEMA only patches sections of this road with zero road construction. Where is all this money going?
There's always a time to begin SOMETHING, no doubt. I feel it is the best for Mr President to be INTERVIEWED for the betterment of our dear country NIGERIA. After all, we are by law entitled to know how we are governed by those we elected.... Yes..
y won't he give answers is he not president of Nigeria, so y will he not be asked tough questions. may God help this of mine.
This is exactly what we need - for our leaders and ourselves to become ACCOUNTABLE for actions! Lets GO GO GO!
am in support
I fully surport this.
time for dat to happen is now....let him face bbc hard talk...if he will come out of it intact...
We should stop encouraging foreign journalists to insult African leaders.
I expect BBC Hard Talk to interview past and present leaders of the failed economies of Greece, Spain, etc on the recent protests against Structural Adjustment Programmes.
The EFCC is a big satire. If Mr. Jonathan is serious in fighting corruption (I believe he's not), why can't he set up an independent body with a special prosecutor with power to subpoena and prosecute the criminals. Such independent body should be granted legal powers to try and convict. Also the independent body should act with deliberate speed and dispose all corruption cases on time. The present situation where EFCC is taking a life time to prosecute the thieves is justice denied.
THERE WILL NOT BE A HIDING PLACE FOR UNCLE JONAH!