On the heels of the torrents of endorsements across boards, Nobel laureate, Prof. Wole Soyinka on Thursday declared that he will not be voting for President Goodluck Jonathan in the February 14, 2015 presidential election.
He said no one should vote for the continuation of Jonathan’s government because there has been a total failure in leadership.
He said he has sixty reasons not to vote for the Jonathan regime.
“I will not vote and I will not encourage anyone to vote for the continuation of this government, simply because your colleagues numbering over two hundred were kidnapped, ” Soyinka told students at the 2015 edition of Vision of the Child (VOTC), a yearly programme inaugurated in 2012.
He said the Chibok girls kidnapped on 14 April of last year were sent on a mission to acquire an education, but ended up being kidnapped.
“And the government of this nation failed to…
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