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Goodluck Jonathan is currently the president of the Nigeria - one of Africa's most powerful and influential countries in the region.
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Jonathan has been president of the country with nearly 160 million since 2010 - before that, Jonathan was vice-president of Nigeria.
Earlier in the month, Jonathan officially declared that he will run in the 2011 elections, lauding his achievements in reforming the oil, banking and electricity sectors.
"I have decided to humbly offer myself as a candidate in the presidential primaries of our party the great PDP (People's Democratic Party)," he said.
Jonathan's official declaration comes three days after he informally announced on Facebook that he intended to run in the primaries, which will be held between October 18 and 20, according PDP spokesman Rufai Alkali.
"In presenting myself for service, I make no pretense that I have a magic wand that will solve all of Nigeria's problems or that I am the most intelligent Nigerian," Jonathan wrote on his Facebook page Wednesday.
Jonathan - who is from the Niger Delta, in the south - was part of the joint ticket of the late President Umaru Yar'Adua, who was from the north.
Yar'Adua's death in May, after a long illness, upset the order of the zoning. Yar'Adua was elected in 2007 and his southern replacement threatened to halt the north's turn at holding power.
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