Nigeria: President Accused of Naïveté

The Nigerian President should keep his counsel: “I find myself writing today not to praise President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan but to contemn certain of his views because at this point he stands accused of a naïveté that is unbecoming of a leader, talk less of a country like Nigeria.”

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