2015: Bayelsa commissioner solicits Arewa, Ijaw students support for Jonathan

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By Samuel Oyadongha, Yenagoa
The Bayelsa State Commissioner for Culture and Ijaw National Affairs, Dr. Felix Tuodolo has called on members of the Arewa Students Progressive Association (ASPA) and the National Union of Izon-Ebe Students (NUIS) not to relent in their support for the administration of President Goodluck Jonathan.

Tuodolo made the call during a joint courtesy visit by members of the Arewa Students Progressive Association (ASPA) and the National Union of Izon-Ebe Students in his office at Ijaw House, Yenagoa.

The commissioner commended the students for their initiative in coming as a group to support the President.

He stressed that the President, as a visionary leader, has delivered on his promise of dividends of democracy and therefore should seek for re-election in 2015.

The commissioner thanked the groups for their visit and promise to partner with them in actualizing the transformation agenda of Mr. President.

Speaking earlier, the National President of the Arewa Students Progressive Association, Comrade Mohammed Shu’abu Mohammed, who thanked the commissioner for granting them audience, said they were in the state to acquaint themselves with the commissioner and also to pledge their total support for the President.

Comrade Mohammed noted that the President has done a lot in the areas of human capacity building as well as infrastructures, such as road projects, health facilities, power and the economy.

The ASPA chairman added that considering all these accomplishments, President Jonathan deserves to be given a second term in office.

He also commended the state governor, Seriake Dickson for his untiring effort towards the development of Bayelsa State.

Mohammed stated that soon the association will carry out a one million man march to all parts of the country to create awareness support for the President

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