Ehi Akhideno
Ehi Akhideno

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.

Bayode J Oluwasanmi
Bayode J Oluwasanmi

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.

Prince Adekunle Agbelu
Prince Adekunle Agbelu

THERE WILL NOT BE A HIDING PLACE FOR UNCLE JONAH!

Holu Temmytee
Holu Temmytee

lats hear what he has to say.

Icheke Chinedu
Icheke Chinedu

The best gift we can give to the ourselves, younger ones and the generations yet to come, is by addressing the issues that appears to be a challenge to our country NIGERIA...play a role in the race of transforming this our Great Nation NIGERIA!

Habib Adeku
Habib Adeku

Hey guys I think this is a good idea meant not to ridicule the president but rather an opportunity for him to clarify many pressing issues which no platform has sincerely given him the opportunity to do. We should all embrace this.

Nigeria WomenCry ForPeace

PETITION: We Want Stephen Sackur of BBC Hard Talk To Interview President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria.
November 18 · Started by Anthony Akabogu · Invite Friends
To: BBC Hard Talk

15 questions for President Jonathan

We the citizens of Nigeria, request that veteran Journalist Mr Stephen Sackur interview our President, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. It has become necessary at this point in time, to find out where Mr President is taking our country to. We trust the... SEE MORE
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PETITION: We Want Stephen Sackur of BBC Hard Talk To Interview President Goodluck Jonathan of Nigeria.
November 18 · Started by Anthony Akabogu · Invite Friends
To: BBC Hard Talk

15 questions for President Jonathan

We the citizens of Nigeria, request that veteran Journalist Mr Stephen Sackur interview our President, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan. It has become necessary at this point in time, to find out where Mr President is taking our country to. We trust the... SEE MORE
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The reason that you should sign this petition is that President Jonathan has not been properly grilled on matters that affect this nation. He granted a presidential media chat on the 24 of June, Nigerians were asked to phone in to ask the president questions that matter to them, yet that did not happen. Today, 18 November 2012 at 7Pm Nigerian time, President Jonathan is hosting yet another media chat. Nigerians have already discredited the media chat, saying that Mr President is not going to be asked tough questions that deserve answers. Please sign this petition supporting the call for BBC Hard Talk to interview President Jonathan.

Balkisa Dano
Balkisa Dano

Yep

Andrew Oluwagbemiga Ogunbayo

Foreign slots........why Stephen Sackur? Are there no competent Nigerians who can interview him?
You guys are part of Nigeria's problem.......you always sell the country short. I bet if you are in his position you will not be any better. Positivity is required not rubbish hard talk!!!

Jesus Pikin
Jesus Pikin
  • Andrew Oluwagbemiga Ogunbayo

why not mention the competent Nigerians you know...this is not a platform to express anger but for dialogue...please be a team player here

Karym Quadry
Karym Quadry
  • Andrew Oluwagbemiga Ogunbayo

Nice one brother, I don't understand why some people are not just.

Oluwadare Olarewaju
Oluwadare Olarewaju
  • Andrew Oluwagbemiga Ogunbayo

Abi O

Fela Yusuf
Fela Yusuf
  • Andrew Oluwagbemiga Ogunbayo

Andrew your post.....the competent nigerians on your mind are already working for him, like his spokesman for example, do you see any truth in what he does. You obviously have no idea what this is about.

Eunice Adebola Williams
Eunice Adebola Williams
  • Andrew Oluwagbemiga Ogunbayo

You are an honest guy and you know how things work in Nigeria. Andrew has not got a clue, he is a sycophant. Watch out for his kind.

Oloye Adesina Odeleye
Oloye Adesina Odeleye

Kindly sign this petition.

Oloye Adesina Odeleye
Oloye Adesina Odeleye
  • Oloye Adesina Odeleye

@all we can as well fold our arms and refuse to ask those who have chosen to govern us pertinent questions. I think we deserve accountabiltiy frpm our leaders while we examine oue ways as individuals. As a person I dont subscribe to God will do it for us. We need to work. Do we get good governance by not asking questions especially when our leaders go astray?. It is true none is perfect, But I beleive those who are fortunate to be leaders of this country must do well. Everyone has questions to answer from God but leaders has more.

Oloye Adesina Odeleye
Oloye Adesina Odeleye
  • Oloye Adesina Odeleye

"have"

Hassan Suru
Hassan Suru
  • Oloye Adesina Odeleye

@ Bisi Odukoya : How much time?

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