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Published on Oct 1, 2010

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This is an exclusive interview between CNN's Isha Sesay and Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan at the Presidential Palace in Abuja on the 30th September, 2010 in preparation for Golden Jubilee Celebration of Nigeria Independence.

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lola lee
Two words : poor journalism. She wont go far with this. Had she been interviewing ... say barack Obama, she would have acted differently. There are ways to be agressive without being rude. Using the right words here would have done the trick. You have to let the listener be the judge of what the outcome of the interview is. Don't try to demonstrate how much you disagree by behaving like a teenager. The demeanour, the facial expressions , this is  really all types of wrong. And don't interrupt somebody when they're speaking. I think that's what disappoints me the most in some women . When they become politicians, or  journalists as this one, any position that requires the use of authority, they involve their emotions. Im a university student in Toronto, I definitely don't agree with what african presidents are doing but this interview was not worth my time. Not because of the president, because of the girl.
Francis Godinho
Nigerian Boko Haram kidnap girls for sale. Ever since Nigerian Jonatan Goodluck became President - there is nothing but Badluck in Nigeria 
Peter Cash
I generally reserve my comments but I guess tooo much silence will be taken as a sign of weakness. I don't know Isha Sesay, this is the first time I'm taking notice of her and I must say my first impression about her is that of gross disrespect. I am disappointed in her as a black woman.Where is her respect for the elderly? Or is it because Goodluck Jonathan  is an African? This westerners always look down on Africans and forget where they steal the monies to support their evil economies. The only way Africans can earn respect from foreigners is to SHAKE OFF all foreign influence and control fully all their resources. Then you will know who really needs the other. God bless Africa!!! We are coming!
Jeff Okpala
i didn't see anything wrong in this interview. you guys should take a chill pill. and this is 2010 interview for frack sake. geez!
Thanks for this videos sorry is president goodluuck coming back again pleases
mike_ the_myth
this journalist is a kid. so petty and raised unintelligent questions. i hope she sees this.
Okoye Possibe
Good fantastic Nice one
Bashari Kakara
This Girl cannot talk to President Buhari this way.
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Dee Okeleke
Hahaha...such drama. She probably forgot she was interviewing an African president. Watch from 7:22 to 7:32, the President is apparently pissed off. Isha asked the right questions, even though it is apparent she already had an opinion about him before this interview.
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