image2 In the face-off the uncertainty sweeping through the nooks and crannies of Nigeria topmost among which are incessant bomb attack and mass killing of innocent Nigerians by  the dreaded terrorist group, Boko Haram, the doubtful return of the kidnapped 219 Chibok school girls who are almost seven months in captivity, claiming of some of Nigeria territory by the terror group,, increasing case of oil theft in the Niger Delta region of the country, deadly attack on pastoral communities by Fulani herdsmen /rustler, fatal accident on the highway due to bad state of the roads, kidnapping of prominent citizens in Southern part of the country, rot in  the power sector despite the Trillions of Naira claimed to have been spent by government to revamp the sector, increasing rate of unemployment across board, unresolved cases of corruption in high places, wanton stealing of the country’s common wealth by political office holders, myriad of  unfulfilled promises by the government… and most recently was the killing of the 48 students and injuring about 67 in a government secondary school, Potiskum, Yobe State, the list is endless. Is it sensible for the man at the helm of affairs, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan to indulge in any form of political rally at this stage?


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