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Goodluck Jonathan

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Goodluck Jonathan
human
Sex or gendermale Nwọ́che
Country of citizenshipNigeria Nwọ́che
Name in native languageGoodluck Ebele Jonathan Nwọ́che
Birth nameGoodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan Nwọ́che
Given nameGoodluck Nwọ́che
Family nameJonathan Nwọ́che
Date of birth20 ochu ekegwa-oka 1957 Nwọ́che
Place of birthOtuoke Nwọ́che
SpousePatience Jonathan Nwọ́che
Native languageIjaw Nwọ́che
Languages spoken, written or signedEnglish, Ijaw, Nigerian Pidgin Nwọ́che
Writing languageEnglish Nwọ́che
Occupationpolitician Nwọ́che
Position heldVice President of Nigeria, President of Nigeria, Governor of Bayelsa State, Minister of Power Nwọ́che
Educated atUniversity of Port Harcourt Nwọ́che
Affiliation stringOffice of the President of Nigeria Nwọ́che
Member of political partyPeoples Democratic Party Nwọ́che
Candidacy in election2011 Nigerian presidential election Nwọ́che
Ethnic groupIjaw people Nwọ́che
Religion or worldviewEvangelicalism, Baptists Nwọ́che
Participant inWorld Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2014, World Economic Forum Annual Meeting 2013 Nwọ́che
Award receivedOrder of the Pioneers of Liberia Nwọ́che
Official websitehttp://www.gej.ng/ Nwọ́che
Personal pronounL485 Nwọ́che

Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan Ma bi efu Ochu ẹkẹ gwaka efu ọdọ 1957[1] chi arule ìja Ibe ki ch'ukọlọ aboji adù odá chakaduù kpai ene ejuodudu efu Nigeria kwe efu ọdọ 2010 t’efu ọdọ 2015.[2] ì chukọlọ nwu ñyoyó agboji í adú oda efì ìjabe kó ogbagbo abo nejerya ko ọwọ dáme ku ma che efu odó 2015 oñwu kpaì Muhammadu Buhari,chi incumbent onwu che agboji ejodudu efu ohîíla Nigerian ki gba ẹdu ku ma du nwu ẹfu ijabẹ.[3] Ọgba ta ki ch'ukọlọ arọne president yi Nigeria kwefu ọdọ 2007 tefu ọdọ 2010 ọgane administration ẹyi Umaru Musa Yar'Adua;[4] kpai efu oil-rich Bayelsa State I chi governor kwefu ọdọ 2005 tefu ọdọ 2007, kpamani deputy governor kwi ọdọ 1999 t'ọdọ 2005.[5][2]

Àbàkwéne[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Ma fi Goodluck Jonathan bi ọjọ Kochu ẹkẹgwaka nolu ọjọ Ogwu efu ọdọ 1957 yi Ogbia ñwi akwọra Christiant Ijaw Kuma cha bo Ku ma ch'ọkọ omi,[6][7] yi Otuoke, Bayelsa State.[8] Attah ñwu Lawrence Ebele Jonathan, chẹnẹ ki ya ch'ọkọ kpai Iye ñwu, Eunice Ayi Ebele Jonathan, ki ch'achukọlọ oko.[9] I nyi primary kpamani secondary school ẹyi ami agbọlọjọ.[10]

Otakada[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Igba ọtakada bachelor's degree yi zoology (second-class honours), a master's degree ẹfu hydrobiology kpai fisheries biology; kpamani a doctorate ẹfu zoology kwi ẹfu the University of Port Harcourt.[11][12][13][2] Adiko ẹgba ki di university, ina ki amonẹ ọtakada ẹfu Rivers State College of Education kwi ọdọ 1983 t'ẹfu ọdọ 1993.[14]

Ka ki chi president Nigeria[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Ọgba taki tefu ijabe efu ọdọ 1998, Jonathan chukọlọ eyi education inspector, a lecturer kpamani environmental-protection officer.[15] ule uja Ibe ñwu chanẹ ẹgba ki chanẹ'dọwọ ti ẹñwu abo People's Democratic Party (PDP) ẹfu utakpa ọdọ 1990s.[16] Jonathan t'ẹfu uja ibe ẹgba ki General Sani Abacha, ki chi agboji Ojanẹ Nigeria a kwi ọdọ 1993 ti ọdọ 1998, kwu efu oji ukọlọ ñwu.Efu Ọdọ 1999 Diepreye Alamieyeseigha dago uja ibe govonor ñwi Peoples Democratic Party, i la di Jonathan ki chi arọne ñwu. Alaimeyeseigha mi uja Ibe govonor du jẹ ẹgba lẹ, Alaimeyeseigha mu di govonor civilian ejodudu ki kwi ewo Bayelsa. Efu Ọdọ 2003 ma dabi fi uja ibe jẹ gẹ. Todu ki Jonathan meju che ukọlọ ñyọñyọ ma du Aromẹ arọne govonor ki meju ch'ukọlọ ñyọñyọ ñwu.

Governorship[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Efu ochu ẹkẹlu ọjọ ogwu ñyọwọ mela efu ọdọ 1999, ma mu Jonathan dọ ki chi arọne governor Bayelsa, ẹnẹ ki chi govonor ẹgba lẹ chi Diepreye Alamieyeseigha, efu ujọ ku ma dẹ ẹgba lẹ chi PDP. Jonathan chi arọne govonor Bayelsa tefu ochu ẹkẹgweji efu ọdọ 2005.[17] Efu ọdọ 2005 efu ochu ẹkẹgweji ọjọ ẹkẹla, ma muJonathan du dago govonor Bayelsa state, alu ku ma di Diepreye Alamieyeseigha tanẹ kw'ukọlọ, abo ki du tane chi abo Bayelsa State Assemble, ẹñwu ki che chi oji ọkọ Oji ta Ku ma du tanẹ, ugbo ku ma ka kini iji oji ọkọ lẹ chi United Kingdom.

Arone President[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Ma di Acting President nwi Jonathan ochu ẹkeji ọjọ ẹkẹla efu ọdọ 2010, Alu ki agboji Nigeria Yar'Adua lo ti uñyi ogwu Saudi Arabia ochu ẹkẹgwaka efu ọdọ 2009.[18] [19]

Alu ki Agboji Nigeria Yar'Adua kwu ọjọ ẹkẹlu ochu ẹkẹlu efu ọdọ 2010, Ma mu Jonathan du Dago agboji Nigeria ọjọ ẹkẹfa ochu ẹkẹlu efu ọdọ 2010.[20] Ọjọ ẹkẹgwẹjọ efu ochu ẹkẹlu ọdọ 2010, National Assembly jẹ ki Jonathan ki di Govonor Kaduna State Namadi Sambo ki chi arọne ñwu.[21][22] Efu uja ibe ọdọ 2011, Jonathan kpai arọne ñwu Sambo lo ti oji ewo wewe Ojanẹ Nigeria na chi campaign Presient kpai Arọne President Nigeria.[23]

Ọjọ ogwu ñyọwọmela ochu ẹkẹlu efu ọdọ 2011, ma mu Jonathan du Dago agboji Nigeria Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces efewo Nigeria, Jonathan chi ẹnẹ ẹkẹgwẹlẹ ki cha agboji Nigeria.[24]

Presidency[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Olayi Nwu[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Akwora unyi[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

Jonathan kpai oya nwu, Dame Patience Jonathan, ni ami oma meji odu ma chi Ariwera (Oma onekele) kpai Aruabai (Oma onobule).[25][26]

Honours[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

National honours[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

    • Grand Commander of the Order of the Federal Republic (GCFR)
    • Grand Commander of the Order of the Niger (GCON)

Foreign honours[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

    • First Class of the Order of the Most Ancient Welwitschia mirabilis (22 March 2014)[27]

Other honours[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

  • Odo 20ofe 13, ma di ofe nwi Jonathan, ofe ku du nwu chi Se lolia I efewo Wakirike Bese. ma nwo di ofe nwi oya nwu ugo.[28]

Go ge[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

References[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

  1. Heyford, Lawson (11 December 2006). "Jonathan: A Colossus at 49". The Source. Vol. 20, no. 10. Lagos: Summit Publications Ltd. Archived from the original on 15 January 2009. Retrieved 16 May 2023.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 "Goodluck Jonathan | Biography & Facts | Britannica". www.britannica.com (in English). Retrieved 2023-06-03.
  3. Max Siollun (1 April 2015). "How Goodluck Jonathan lost the Nigerian election". The Guardian. Archived from the original on 22 October 2016. Retrieved 11 December 2016.
  4. "Goodluck Jonathan: from poor boy to accidental president | Observer profile". the Guardian (in English). 2015-01-18. Retrieved 2022-03-18.
  5. "Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan, profile of a defeated president". BBC News (in British English). 2015-03-31. Retrieved 2022-02-27.
  6. Lawson Heyford, "Jonathan: A Colossus at 49" Éwn malábó:Webarchive, The Source (Lagos), 11 December 2006.
  7. Profile: Goodluck Jonathan Éwn malábó:Webarchive. Al Jazeera.net.
  8. "Goodluck Jonathan | Biography & Facts | Britannica". www.britannica.com (in English). Retrieved 2022-02-24.
  9. "Biography".
  10. "Goodluck Jonathan | Biography & Facts | Britannica".
  11. "Former Nigeria President, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo Says Even President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan Didn't Complete His PHD". Daily Mail (Nigeria). 22 January 2015. Archived from the original on 23 January 2015.
  12. "Jonathan Did Not Finish his PhD Course -Obasanjo Speaks on Buhari's Certificate Saga". GetInformedNaija. 22 January 2015. Archived from the original on 23 January 2015. Retrieved 22 January 2015.
  13. Jasmine Buari (22 January 2015). "Obasanjo Speaks On Buhari's Certificate Saga". Naij.com. Archived from the original on 22 January 2015. Retrieved 22 January 2015.
  14. "Goodluck Jonathan | Biography & Facts | Britannica".
  15. "Profile: Goodluck Jonathan". BBC News. 6 May 2010. Archived from the original on 6 May 2010. Retrieved 6 May 2010.
  16. "Goodluck Jonathan | Biography & Facts | Britannica".
  17. "The man Goodluck Ebele Jonathan". Archived from the original on 13 May 2013.
  18. "Nigeria's Goodluck Jonathan 'is acting president'". BBC News. 25 February 2010. Archived from the original on 26 February 2010. Retrieved 25 February 2010.
  19. Iyobosa Uwugiaren and Golu Timothy (10 February 2010). "Jonathan Redeploys Aondoakaa". AllAfrica.
  20. President,Commander-In-Chief.aspx News Agency of Nigeria story on newly sworn President Jonathan[مردہ ربط]
  21. "NASS confirms Sambo as vice president". Punch Newspaper
  22. "National Assembly confirms Sambo as Vice President" Éwn malábó:Webarchive, Liberty News
  23. Jide and Dayo, Ajani and Benson (2010). "Nigeria: Sambo, Anenih to Head Jonathan's Campaign". allafrica.com.
  24. "Goodluck Jonathan Inaugurated as Nigerian President | Voice of America – English". www.voanews.com (in English). Retrieved 31 May 2020.
  25. Ibenegbu, George (20 November 2018). "Top facts from the biography of the former President Goodluck Jonathan". Legit.ng - Nigeria news. (in English). Retrieved 22 January 2020.
  26. Photos: Jonathan, kids patronise Nigerian restaurant in London on May Day - Vanguard News
  27. Éwn malábó:Cite tweet
  28. "Jonathan, Wife Conferred With Chieftaincy Titles". Information NG. Nigeria. 1 November 2013. Retrieved 29 February 2020.


Further reading[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

  • Ayoade, John A., and Adeoye A. Akinsanya, eds. Nigeria's Critical Election, 2011 (Lexington Books; 2012)

External links[nwọ́che | nwó étéwn che]

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