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As President Goodluck Jonathan prepares for his re-election next year,  Kano State Governor, Dr. Musa Rabiu Kwankwaso has warned that Jonathan  is not qualified to contest for presidency in 2015.
According to the governor, any attempt by Jonathan to run in the next  poll will amount to a third term in office, which is not acceptable to  most Nigerians.
Kwankwaso, who spoke to journalists in Abuja, yesterday, advised  President Jonathan to take urgent steps to solve the raging insecurity  challenges in the North-East and stabilise the Nigerian economy and take  a  bow from governance in 2015, when he would have attained the  eight-year maximum limit stipulated by the Nigerian Constitution.
The governor argued that contrary to the President’s position that  his tenure started in 2011, the true position remains that he actually  started serving as Nigeria’s President in 2007 and would have completed  his eight years in 2015.
Describing any third term bid as a taboo, Kwankwaso pointed out that  Jonathan and those urging him to run in 2015 could never justify such a  move, which runs contrary to the clear provisions of the law.
The governor said: “Jonathan is not qualified to contest election  again in 2015 going by the provisions of the Nigerian Constitution.  Third term is not acceptable to any part of Nigeria and the time limit  stipulated must be respected by all Nigerians.
“I am sure Nigerians will kick against a third term whether by Jonathan or by any other person in this country.
Mr. President would have completed his eight years in office by 2015.  He served as Vice President for two years, Acting President for two  years and is doing another four years, which will terminate in 2015.
“But those advising the President are pretending that his tenure  started in 2011. I saw them on television the other day trying to argue  in that direction, but they can never be correct. I am not a lawyer, but  I know that two plus four plus six can never be eight.

Source: Radio Biafra.


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