Jump to navigation

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan

President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan

Date of Birth: 20/11/1957
Place of Birth: Bayelsa

Displaying 1-10 out of 170 results.

The cauldron boils again

Despite the wider failures of defeated President Goodluck Jonathan and his People's Democratic Party, the PDP had managed to keep an ill-fitting lid on the Delta's cauldron of troubles for the last five years (AC Vol 50 No 22, Abuja buys a Delta amnesty & Vol 56 No 8, Mending fences)...

Fighting graft, Buhari-style

Although Emefiele is extremely unpopular with Buhari’s All Progressives Congress (APC) – because of his closeness to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan – there is little they can do overtly to get him out of the job...

Coming to America – the sequel

Nigerian journalists delighted in reporting Buhari’s displeasure on encountering Tony Elumelu and Jim Ovia, two leading bankers seen as close to ex-President Goodluck Jonathan’s government (AC Vol 55 No 19, The fire this century)...


CCM springs surprise

In a move reminiscent of the ‘rise without trace’ in 2010 of Nigeria’s ex-President Goodluck Jonathan in 2010, Tanzania’s governing party, Chama cha Mapinduzi, has nominated a virtual unknown to carry it into the presidential election...

The clock ticks faster

Both sides are keen to revive the bilateral commission which lapsed as relations faltered under President Goodluck Jonathan...

A double first for Nigeria

' He thanked Nigerian ex-President Goodluck Jonathan for having proposed him and Ghana's Finance Minister Seth Terkper for seconding him, thanked Uganda and then embraced Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, Nigeria's outgoing Finance Minister...

    Vol 56 No 10 |
  • CHAD

Winning battles, losing wars

At the same time, Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan was becoming increasingly worried by the growing public support for the opposition presidential candidate, Muhammadu Buhari, and he decided to regain the initiative by postponing the elections and using the intervening period to try to end the attacks in the north-east (AC Vol 56 No 4, Democracy delayed)...

Sufism’s soft power

Outgoing Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan quickly understood the potency of King Mohammed's spiritual reach when in March he made what many felt was an ill-judged attempt to appeal to Muslim voters during the presidential election campaign...

Displaying 1-10 out of 170 results.