Nigeria's Acting President, Goodluck Jonathan, visited Washington, DC for a Nuclear Summit in his first trip abroad as President. During the visit, he took the time to participate in a discussion at the Center for Global Development (CDG). According to the CDG, Jonathan
"offered his perspective on several of the key issues that his country faces, including electoral reform, consolidation of the gains of the Niger Delta Amnesty, the fight against corruption, and improvement to the power and energy sectors"Apparently, Jonathan gave a quick 9 minute speech and then asked the audience to speak to him saying, "I’m more interested in what you all have to say." He then fielded questions from Nigerians and journalists from around the world for over an hour.
Below is a video snippet of his CGD speech.
Pictures from the event courtesy of the CDG.
What do you think of Jonathan's performance and his points?