Jonathan Posters: Why Security Agencies Have Not Acted, by Abati

03 Jan 2013

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Reuben Abati 

 By Muhammad Bello

Barely  a day after the Presidency dissociated President Goodluck Jonathan from any involvement in the pasting of posters linking him with 2015 presidential campaigns, reasons have been advanced as to why security agencies will not act or refuse to do so regarding the matter.

Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr Reuben Abati Thursday told journalists that security agencies do not need to be prodded to do their jobs which entails ascertaining whether or not the pasting of the posters poses threat to national security and the welfare of the citizenry.

Despite denial of the involvement of the president in the matter criticism has continued to trail the  pasting of his posters  in some strategic places in Abuja declaring the interest of President Jonathan in the 2015 election.

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