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NIGERIA@50 w Guest Hosts Dr. Harris ENABULELE and Okey Mbonu, ESQ. (Please excuse the first 2.5minutes of silence in this show for POLAND's loss in Mourning)Call in # 1-347-326-9241 Nigeria's President Promises Reform Goodluck Jonathan . After a political drama that makes President Barack Obama's scuffles with centrist senators seem boring by comparison, Jonathan has emerged on top. Nigeria's elected president, Umar Yar'Adua, fell ill. Then he disappeared to Saudi Arabia for two months. Soon, his wife, Tarai Yar'Adua, began stage managing on her husband's behalf, refusing to relinquish power. "We must hit the ground running," Jonathan said. Jonathan made his first trip to Washington this week as head of state for Obama's international nuclear security summit, where 47 countries made pledges to decrease the likelihood of loose nuclear material getting into the hands of terrorists. Nigeria is a Key Strategic Partner in Africa.The nuclear summit is also one indication of Nigeria's strategic importance to the United States, which continues to grow in the 21st century. Of course, other than providing America with $26 billion worth of petroleum every year, Nigeria has the largest military in the African Union, is an active member of the United Nations, and has led peacekeeping missions on the continent and around the world. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton underscored this heightened attention when she and Nigerian foreign minister Yayale Ahmed signed a framework establishing a binational commission to fight corruption and promote development in Nigeria. "We hope it will support the aspirations of the Nigerian people for a peaceful, prosperous, stable, democratic future," Clinton said when signing the accord. Jonathan's meeting with Obama at the White House was equally polite, both countries acknowledging the "importance" of the other. oil.In the End, It's About Oil. Nigerians Citizens and DIASPORA must take on civic duties,and demand for transparency and CHANGE!

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