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ePoll: Nigerians reject Goodluck Jonathan ahead of APC ticket - ITREALMS

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Most Nigerians have rejected the former president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (GEJ) ahead if he ever picks the presidential ticket of All Progressive Congress (APC) to return to Aso Rock, also known as the presidential villa, reports ITREALMS.
The respondents mostly Nigerians, in a ‘Frank Talk’ soft poll on Facebook, Wednesday by ITREALMS wondered what the former president Jonathan forgot at the villa to make him to thinker on coming back.

“Frank talk: If GEJ picks APC ticket will you vote for him to return to Aso Rock?”

For some of them, those pushing him to come out wanted to ruin his political career forever.

“The day he picks APC expression of interest form, that day his political career ends and he will not win, no reasonable Nigerian will vote for him,” one of the respondents said.

For others, it’s a ‘Capital No’, just as one warned that “He's doomed, if he does that.”

Yet, one vehemently asked “To come and do what? What did he forget in Aso Rock that he has suddenly remembered and wants to go and retrieve?

They also cautioned his handlers, that GEJ as he is fondly called in the political circle will be used if ever he accepts such scheme and eventually dumped by some power-crazy elements in power.

“… And when the dust settles down whatever remains of his integrity now would have diminished beyond redemption,” one of the respondents warned GEJ.

Still, for another respondents, “To go and do what in Aso Rock sir? The work he didn't finish as Vice President (VP); that he couldn't finish as the president? It's a NO!”

Above all, there was no one respondent that accepted to vote GEJ if he picks APC presidential ticket which is on sale now for N100m as the time of going to the press.

Chuks Egbune/DoP

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