World Assembly of Youths commend President Jonathan on providing good leadership

By The Citizen
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The African Representative to the World Assembly of Youths, Mr Mavine Yobana, has said that in spite of security challenges, President Goodluck Jonathan had achieved a transparent leadership framework.

Yobana made the remark in an interview with newsmen in Port Harcourt on Thursday.

He said Jonathan's administration had within two years in office come up with an administrative framework that could not be effectively criticised.

“As I speak today, Nigeria has been reappointed into the United Nation's Security Council which is a landmark achievement for this administration.

'This is an administration that within two years had come up with a transparent framework to say look, this is what I have done, come and criticise me on my mid-term report.

'And as we speak, none of the opposition parties or individuals have been able to criticise what was written; this is the first administration that published it.

'This government has also moved Nigeria to be one of the first countries in Africa recognised by the international community in the immediate concluded UN General Assembly.

'Nigeria was one of the countries to make presentation after America. It has never happened before for the past 22 years,' Yobana said.

The youth leader said Jonathan's administration had been recognised internationally by various political and economic world powers like America, China and Japan, among others.

Yobana also applauded the president for the electricity reforms and urged youths to take advantage of the reforms to create small and medium scale businesses in the country.

He also urged the youth to maintain peace and support the government to achieve its development targets.