Stop Deceiving Yourself, Nigerians Won’t Miss You – Tsav Tells Jonathan

Abubakar-TsavA former Commissioner of Police in Lagos State, Alhaji Abubakar Tsav, on Thursday said that Nigerians will never miss President Goodluck Jonathan when he leaves office.

The retired police chief, who spoke in Makurdi, Benue State, was reacting to the president’s remark that Nigerians would praise him soon after he leaves office.

“President Jonathan will be deceiving himself if he thinks Nigerians would miss him when he leaves. This is mere hallucination and wishful thinking”, he said.

He insisted that contrary to the president’s expectation, Nigerians are eager for him to give them a break as they are desperate for change in a positive direction.

Tsav also said that the only people, who may perhaps sing Jonathan’s praise when he is no longer in office, are those emergency millionaires and billionaires he created through institutionalized corruption.

He added that even some of the people the president appointed as ministers into his cabinet, such as former Minister of Information, Labaran Maku and his counterpart, Minister of State for Industry, Trade and Investment, Samuel Ortom will not praise him for alleged injustice done to them in the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, governorship primaries.


  1. Ogah Alhaji Tsav, were you retired prematurely. Jonathan has never claimed that he will be missed if not voted in. You sound like one letting out some steam. However, Jonathan will win. Do not feel too bad about these things. That’s life for you. Take am easy.

  2. Who is Tsav in 2015 Nigeria? A semi literate policeman whose record in Lagos is nothing to write home about. His generation created the mess we are all in today. We are sick and tired of their rantings.

  3. Someone may be reminded of the thing that kill his or her family and family member, then Oga Joe will come to play.

    OGA Joe I put it be fore you. What have you done that may call for remembering You? Tell us please.


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