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CITING his ability to initiate and implement reforms that enhanced the operations of the private sector, a group of business leaders and professionals under the aegis of Corporate Forum, has endorsed President Goodluck Jonathan’s second term bid.

According to the group, most initiatives and intervention of Jonathan in critical sectors of the economy have been under-reported and often ignored, adding that this necessitated its endorsement for the President.

Speaking at an endorsement ceremony organised by the group in Lagos, yesterday the Forum’s Chairman, Funso Lawal, said that the move was designed to support and engender good governance. He explained: “The private sector has benefitted from the various reforms and good posture of President Jonathan’s administration. We want a consolidation of achievements and that is why we are endorsing the President for a second term.

“Corporate Forum is not a political organisation but a non-governmental organisation advocating support for President Jonathan’s administration based on his activities and intervention in the private sector.” Lawal added that the forum “has been facilitating meetings between the decision makers and business communities, stating that the endorsement was a result of the town hall meeting held between the President and private sector leaders earlier in the year.

The forum’s chairman added that the organisation celebrates good governance and supports the aspirations of political candidates through interactive sessions with the Organised Private Sector (OPS), professional organisations, and opinion leaders, while it also undertakes, on a regular basis, extensive research and reviews of economic performance and governance process through its Strategy Re



21 Comments
  • Apwe Eli

    Pray hard that Buhari does not win otherwise you will know the difference between khaki and leather. The man is tough, hard and unforgiving like OBJ and if he takes note of this, well I can’t just imagine what he will do.

    • Nelson David

      Buhari can do them nothing. It will be difficult for him to win.

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  • uduak akpan

    by GOD grace PGEJ will win the election

  • emmanuel

    we will vote PGEJ again for a better nigeria

  • uzo

    let unite and vote PGEJ for more transformation.vote PDP vote PGEJ

  • Bassey

    My prayer is for Jonathan to win.

  • Divine West

    This simply means more vote for Jonathan and this will give more edge to win.

  • Nelson David

    Nigerians will vote for Jonathan massively.

  • nwaeke

    Oshee! Carry go

  • Enumah

    This is a step they won’t regret.

  • Emeka215

    Goodluck Jonathan will win because the All Progressives Congress chose the wrong candidate to be their flag bearer. A Fashola ticket for instance would have given Jonathan the kayoo punch(I for one would have voted for a Fashola presidency).

  • kingsley obi

    If a non-governmental organization can attest to the fact the President is up and doing then what more can i say.

  • Dr Sam Nwiyordee

    This goes to say that the PGEJ has so much in stock for Nigerians.

    • felicia jones

      So much, unimaginable good stuffs for us.

  • chinwe davis

    a step closer to victory, keep calm and vote the right leader GEJ all the way.

  • That’s a nice one…am impressed.

  • Everyone can witness the changes we have undergone with GEJ, so with a collective effort we can make more happen.

    • felicia jones

      May the good LORD bless your bread and water.

  • felicia jones

    They have taken the right step.

  • aisha ani

    How many organizations do we even have in this Nigeria sef? CAC must be working overtime to keep licensing them.