There are risks for investors wherever you invest in the world, said Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, President of Nigeria.
What does GEJ stand for?
GEJ stands for Goodluck Ebele Jonathan (Nigerian president)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Slang/chat, popular culture
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We have 2 other meanings of GEJ in our Acronym Attic
- Global Engineering Integration and Technical Assistance
- Government Electronics and Intelligence Technology Association
- Gas/Electricity Interdependency Task Force (North American Electric Reliability Corporation)
- Guardian Edinburgh International Television Festival (UK)
- Gigabit European Internet EXchange
- Geological Electronic Information eXchange System (EU)
- Gastroesophageal Junction
- Germana Esperanto Junularo (Esperanto: German Esperanto Youth)
- Global Economy Journal (International Trade & Finance Association; Ohio University; Athens, OH)
- Golden Era Jungle (Chicago, IL)
- Greater Eastside Junior Football Association (Seattle, WA)
- Gendarmerie Einsatz Kommando (Austrian counter-terrorism group)
- Geomagnetic Electro-Kinetograph
- Global Environmental Kuznets Curve (economics)
- Gemeinschaft Evangelischer Kirchen in Europa (German: Community of Protestant Churches in Europe; Vienna, Austria)
- Global Extended Kalman Filter (algorithm)
- Gesellschaft für Kommunikation und Kooperation (German: Society for Communication and Cooperation)
- Generalized Extended Koopmans Theorem
- GAIN Extension Language (4th generation multimedia programming language)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The official maintained that the present policy of Nigerian President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan is to allow the private sector, within and outside Nigeria, to drive the economy, especially in the agriculture and water sector, which accounts for over 40% of Nigeria's gross domestic product.
During the two-day event from Thursday to Friday in this capital city of Ethiopia, Meles Zenawi, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, Ali Bongo Ondimba, President of Gabon, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, President of Nigeria, and Nahas Gideon Angula, Prime Minister of Namibia, spoke about the challenges of leadership as Africa prepares to meet the complex issues of today and tomorrow.
In a message to Nigerian President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, Mr.