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NIGERIA: CNPP Scores Jonathan’s Transformation Policy 35%

 The Conference of Nigerian Political Parties (CNPP) has that the performance of President Goodluck Jonathan's Transformation agenda has not gone beyond 35% progress rating.

In response to the President’s Mid-term performance scorecard, CNPP's National Publicity Secretary, Mr. Osita Okechukwu said  an objective assessment of the six-point Transformation Agenda, as contained Jonathan's  inaugural address on 29 May 2011, showed that things have really not improved to the expectations of Nigerians.

"CNPP in an emergency meeting took a careful assessment of the 2 years and indeed 3 years of the Jonathan regime and scores the regime 35% on the 6 Points Agenda Mr President enunciated," it said.

The group said its assessment rather showed that "Nigeria today is more divided than ever, more in a state of despair and despondency than ever, inept and clueless leadership".

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