Why was a group in the presidency very uncomfortable with the idea of Goodluck Jonathan, then vice president, stepping in as acting president while President Umaru Yar’Adua was admitted in a Saudi Arabian hospital until February 9 when the National Assembly took the historic decision of passing a resolution to appoint him acting president?
This is a question many Nigerians asked at that time. But the fear of 2011 was one of the reasons. With the lacklustre performance of Yar’Adua after more than ...
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Added March 22, 2010
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