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Current President of Nigeria Goodluck Ebele Jonathan thinks time is too short for him to do a satisfactory job for which he will be remembered by his compatriots and posterity, so he appears to be eyeing the 2011 presidential election, despite the much - talked about unwritten zoning arrangement of his party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) that the North should present the next candidate for the 2011 presidential election. In this poll we want to know what the people of Nigeria, both at home and abroad think. Please ensure you do not vote twice or indulge in multiple voting. The rule of the exercise is, one citizen, one vote.

Do you think Jonathan should run or not?

Do you think Jonathan should run or not?

 

PLEASE CLICK THE ‘YES’ BUTTON IF YOU SUPPORT HIS BID

PLEASE CLICK THE ‘NO’ BUTTON IF YOU DO NOT SUPPORT HIS BID.

JONATHAN: TO RUN OR NOT TO RUN