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Pres. Jonathan Receives N98.17 Million in Donations from Supporters for Presidential Campaign

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President Goodluck Jonathan will pick the PDP nomination form for the 2015 presidential elections on today, his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati, said on Wednesday in Abuja.

Briefing State House correspondents at the Presidential Villa, Abati also announced the receipt of a total sum of N98.17 million in donations from the president’s supporters.

“President Jonathan thanks all Nigerians, members of the PDP, friends, associates, and all groups who in sincere appreciation of the achievements of the administration in the last four years, have been urging him to seek a second term in office.

“He is greatly encouraged by the overwhelming outpouring of goodwill and support, as well as the confidence of the generality of Nigerians in his ability to continue to transform the country for the good of all of its people.

“President Jonathan is also grateful to all the persons, groups and communities who have sent donations, and made pledges to assist him to pay the required N22 million for the PDP Presidential Nomination Fee and Expression of Interest Form.”

Abati acknowledged the receipts of the donations, which he said, came from individuals and organisations from all parts of the country.

The Transformation Ambassadors of Nigeria (TAN) and the PDP governors donated the highest amount of N22million each.

According to Abati, the president assured the donors that he would continue to do his “utmost best at all times to fully justify the great confidence they have placed in his leadership.”

“President Jonathan assures the donors that he will continue to do his utmost best at all times to fully justify the great confidence they have placed in his leadership.”

Here are a list of individuals and group that made donations/pledges:

1. Kennedy Ikenna Odoeme – N5, 000
2. Ezemagu Sunday Nnamdi – N10, 000
3. PDP Governors – N22 Million
4. Transformation Agenda of Nigeria (TAN) – N22m
5. Ogbia LGA Stakeholders, Bayelsa state – N5m
6. Otuoke Community Stakeholders – N2m
7. Brass LGA Stakeholders, Bayelsa state – N50, 000
8. Bayelsa State PDP Stakeholders– N5m
9. Northern Youths Forum – N2m
10. Central Market Traders Union, Kaduna State – N1m
11. PDP Stakeholders, Zaria LGA – N500, 000
12.PDP Stakeholders, Yobe State – N500, 000
13.PDP Stakeholders, Kaduna State– N2m
14. Miyetti Allah Kautal Hore – N5m
15. The Goodluck Support Group, Gombe State – N1m
16. Adamawa State PDP Stakeholders – N3m
17. Ebonyi State PDP Stakeholders– N2m
18.Kogi State PDP Stakeholders – N5m
19. Rivers State PDP Stakeholders – N5m
20. The 2015 Project – N1m
21.Team Goodluck, Ondo North Senatorial District – N5m
22. Middle Belt PDP Women Support Group for GEJ 2015 – N500, 000
23. King David Generation Foundation, Jos – N200, 000
24. Behwong Weneng Yere Duk, Jos – N200,000
25. Redemption 3 Youth Organization, Plateau State – N500, 000
26. Plateau State Indigenes Association, Abuja – N300,000
27. Gombe Youth United for Goodluck Ebele Jonathan 2015 – N500, 000
28. Gombe Youth Vanguard for PDP– N500, 000
29. Yamahu/Deba Goodluck Support Group – N200, 000
30. Coalition of Gombe Support Groups for Goodluck Ebele Jonathan – N2m
31. Hinna Youth Coalition for Goodluck – N500, 000
32. Nigerian Women Pray for Jonathan – N1m
33. National Association of Widows – N100, 000
34. National Council of Women Societies – N500, 000
35. Female members of the PDP Board of Trustees – N500,000
36. Joint Association of Persons with Disabilities – N100,000
37. National Association of Market Women – N500, 000
38. Community Awareness and Development Network – N1m

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7 Comments

  1. bruno

    October 30, 2014 at 10:05 am

    who are the trying to deceive. gej after going to isreal (with tax payers money) youre still lying. smh

  2. vheeki

    October 30, 2014 at 10:45 am

    This country we live in sef!!! How can they come up with such a BIG lie??!?!!
    We all know the truth & nobody will question them, so what’s de use of this arranged lie??
    *yeye dey smell*

  3. kk

    October 30, 2014 at 10:56 am

    I like the transparency here! Kudos. However, he should PLEASE focus on the release of Chibok girls. It’s getting ridiculous 🙁

  4. Bola Odu

    October 30, 2014 at 11:02 am

    Ahah this man is contesting again. He doesn’t keep to his words. Oga ooo

  5. Blessed

    October 30, 2014 at 2:13 pm

    I cant seem to understand why GEJ is receiving donations when he has done nothing significant in his term.

  6. el patron

    October 30, 2014 at 7:23 pm

    smh! what kind of rubbish is this? who and who are you deceiving? after stealing oil revenues and approving $1billion to fight area boys.. like we don’t know its for settlement of the election..
    Nigerian to suffer another four years.

  7. john bosco

    November 4, 2014 at 2:42 pm

    These donations are investments to them and they hope they will receive returns on investment after the elections.

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