Do You Believe In Goodluck? | Goodluck Jonathan Campaign Video in English, Ijaw, Hausa, Igbo & Yoruba

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Well, as the presidential elections are getting heated, we are beginning to see what the campaigns look like. Here is a video from team Goodluck titled I believe in Goodluck. It features some prominent actors/actresses and musicians.  There’s the campaign song in english, as well as videos in Ijaw, Hausa, Igbo & Yoruba. 2shotz did the igbo versionCheck it out… Do you believe in Goodluck?

English Version

Ijaw Version

Hausa Version

Igbo Version

Yoruba Version

5 COMMENTS

  1. In the words of Nigga Raw…Ha kwechaa anyi nkwa, if dem win, dem go bone, begin pop champagne! I ain't falling for any of this shit!

  2. He is the final bus stop. There is Light, Steady one for that matter. There is fuel, cheap one at that. So why not Goodluck Jonathan, If not Him.

  3. VOICELESS VOICE OF THE NIGER BASIN

    DEVELOPMENTAL FOCUS.

    HIS EXCELLENCY

    GOODLUCK JONATHAN

    PRESIDENT FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA

    THROU THE OFFICE OF HIS EXCLLENCY

    LIYEL IMOKE

    EXECUTIVE GOVERNOR OF CRSSRIVER STATE

    THE OFFICE OF THE SPECIAL ADVISER ON NIGER DELTA

    TIMI ALAIBE

    CNPC/BGP CREW9912

    OML23 PROJECT

    THE PARTY CHIEEF.

    A COMPENDUMOF ACOMMUNIQUE REACHED BY CRSS RIVER NORTH/BENUE OTUKPO ALLIANCE FOR DEMOCRACY SUPORT GROUP ON SATURDY 4 DEC 2010 TO THE PRESIDENGOOD LUCK CAMPAIGN GROUP.

    At a well attended meeting of political office holder,members of benue oturkpo house of assemble, special advisers,chairmen of councils,secretaries to local goverment drawn from cross river centra north senteial district on dec 4TH 2010 at bekwarra local goverment area of cross river state,it was resolved as folows:

    1.that the cross river/Benueoturkpo alliance group will give our suport if chief jonathan will restore hope to the civil service commission and ensuring that the niger BASIN is fully incorporated ithe niger delta Devvelopment programs.

    2. That the youth wil be empowerd osurverilliance,Employment contract, securityin line with the nddc guidlines

    3 That the issues bothering on rural rehabilitation and infrastructure will be look into in line with the seven point agenda as streamline by your predecessor.

    4That issues bothering on the creation of Ogoja as a state bearing that it,s an old province. this would be a focus for developmental trend in your regime.

    That you look into the area of sport and tourism since coss river benue is a green basin rich in production of cocoa and othercash crop providing forien earnings.agricultural subsidy be a mandate.

    Your excellency sir, our party have a mandate

    for public offics as the yoruba, ibos, ijaws hausas.for 2011 presidential race.

    Sadly enough we were told that you have already declare you intention in some of this areas without our formation like other ethnic group which is creating alot of tension in the area signalling dangrt as your safty can not be guaranteed

    It is therefore in line withthe peace pact by your predecessor that we are demandingfor the folowing:

    [a]PROVISION OF SURVERILLIANCE

    [b]contract of supplyof disel and creation of employment chances in 2011

    In asideview it was also agreed that cross river nort be provided with federal instition of higher learning probably using the [ttc}TEACHERS TRAINIG INSTITUTE ogoja as a take off.

    Therefore if we have impress upon your heart as father carry us along as we promise our undivided loyalty seen you accceptance offer via the email.we are not failing to observe the medium through which this mail is through to the listening ear of his excellency.

    Longlive cross river benue otupko alliance for demomocracy .Long live CRSS RIVERS STATE.Longlive Nigria poples progressive forum.LONG LIVE SAN,long live fEDRAL Republic of NIGERIA.

    SIGN By:

    HRH,

    Chief,Dr james USHIE PRESIDENT ROYAL FATHERS

    Chief, GODWIN OKPAMU

    PROTOL

    sir, ABRAHAM OGAH

    SECRETARY

  4. child: you are too much! Igbo kwenu!!!!@ OZ: hmm, I have been thinking a lot about this since I read your cemmont. Can you expand? @ Chxta: Ol’ boy, you know I am a serious lover of a good conspiracy theory. This too me is not far fetched. If it makes good foreign policy for the States, then that is what the government will do, and I, for one, cannot blame anyone for making smart decisions.But, what exactly would be the reason to target Igbos in this way? Would it be because Igbo people feel marginalized? Thus, targeting them to eventually turn them? Anyway, interesting look at the issue. So, you dey Lagos? How far? I need to send you a message.

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