Hope for Nigeria? A Conversation with Goodluck Jonathan (Video)

Goodluck Jonathan, (Acting President, Federal Republic of Nigeria) recently had a conversation with the Council on Foreign Relations on his recent official visit to the United States of America. The conversation was presided over by Howard F. Jeter, Former U.S. Ambassador to Nigeria on April 12, 2010.

Video republished by kind permission of CFR.

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  1. I am a girl of 17years old,i come from Ogun state & also live there,i just want to write Jamb & wish to go to Uniosun at Osogbo. Sir,i wish to meet you face to face & pour out my mind…..
    Sir,don’t fold your hands & watch we Nigerians suffering:a graduate selling by the roadside,an educative people being a driver/conductor,an ex-secretary to a teacher & later to a trader,that is why most young people lose interest in furthering their education since when they know that they will not find job after school so why do they waste their time.Sir, please provide jobs for people of such.
    What of those people that after their WAEC,they wont be admitted to university,since the space is few,please sir,help us to create more schools. And lastly why did the money for all university rise,have impact on the parents.e.g a parent would pay ¥600,000 for two children per semester.I would be grateful if i can see changes & may almighty God see you through & also assist you.

  2. I love my Government, nomatter what this is my home, i am one among the feature leaders…
    Please solve the youths problems so thy can solve others tomorrow thanks

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