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A group, Transformation for Good Leadership and Development Initiative (TRANSGOLD), has said that delay in the rescue of the abducted Chibok girls and the insurgency in the Northeastern part of the country will not stop President Goodluck Jonathan from declaring his ambition for a second term.

The group said Jonathan was set to announce his interest for re-election soon, adding that there is nothing anybody can do to stop him.

Hon. Dugdale Kpobari Badom, the South?South Coordinator of the group, spoke yesterday at the South-South Zonal meeting of the group held in Port Harcourt, Rivers State capital.

Badom said there was no need to panic over the comment of some Northerners? as nothing, including the activities of Boko Haram and the delay in the release of Chibok girls would stop Jonathan from declaring his ambition.

He said, ?We are grassroots mobilizers. The national members of our group are in Port Harcourt to encourage President Goodluck Jonathan?s supporters in the South-South region to be steadfast and not to consider any negative comment against the President by his critics.

?Jonathan is a blessing to Nigeria. He will announce his ambition soon. Nobody will stop him; not even the activities of Boko Haram.

?Our happiness is that even in the North, Jonathan has more friends and supporters than those who are against him.

?As for the release of the Chibok girls and to end insurgency in the North, President Jonathan is doing his best and we are assuring Nigerians that the Chibok girls will be released. So, nobody should play politics with the abducted girls,? he added.

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