#News: Washington Post Slams President Jonathan Over #BringBackOurGoodluck Campaign Slogan


In Her article titled - "This May Be the Most Inappropriate Political Hashtag of the Year" - The Washington Post  condemned President Jonathan's campaign slogan currently going round the country. More after the cut......

The campaign slogan which is a clone of the hash tag #BringBackOurGirls Campaign is apparently the presidents supporters handwork, who at all cost wants Him back in power by 2015.

The Washington post article reads: 
 "Nigerian forces are now fighting Boko Haram in pitched battles around Maiduguri, the capital of Borno state, the main hotbed of Boko Haram's operations. The U.N. reports that at least 1.5 million people have been displaced by the conflict since Jonathan's government declared a state of emergency in May.
  But the gravity of the moment hasn't stopped some in Nigeria from appropriating the tragic hashtag for rather cynical purposes. Banners emerged in the capital Abuja over the weekend showing Jonathan alongside a new slogan: #BringBackGoodluck2015. The campaign appears to be the work of supporters of the president, keen for his reelection in presidential polls next February. It's not clear whether Jonathan has officially endorsed the new hashtag, but its seeming ubiquity suggests that he is not opposed to it."

    Since the widespread of the slogan, users of social media has disapproved it " saying its a foolish idea." see screenshot below:





Over to you!!! Which side of the slogan are you?




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