Nigerian President ‘Goodluck Jonathan” Has Made It In “Times 100 Most Influential People In The World” + The List

Is that not awesome? What happened to Atta Mills and why are people always disrespecting him. Sigh! See below how happy he is and also check out the list of Times’ 100 most influential people in the world.

THE LIST

  1. Jeremy Lin- Basketball Player, America
  2. Christian Marclay- Visual artist and composer, Swiss-America
  3. Viola Davis- Actress, America
  4. Salman Khan- Educator, America
  5. Tim Tebow- Football quarterback, American
  6. EL James- Author, America
  7. Louis CK- Comedian, Mexican-American
  8. Rihanna- Recording artist, actress, US
  9. Marco Rubio- United States Senator from Florida
  10. Ali Ferzat- Cartoonist, Syria
  11. René Redzepi- chef, Denmark
  12. Kristen Wiig- Television actress, comedian, America
  13. Anthony Kennedy- Associate Justice, United States Supreme Court
  14. Novak Djokovic- Tennis player, Serbia and Montenegro
  15. Ben Rattray- Founder, Change.org, US
  16. Jessica Chastain- Actress, America
  17. Yani Tseng- Golfer- Republic of China (Taiwan)
  18. Raphael Saadiq- Singer- America
  19. Elinor Ostrom- Economist, US
  20. Samira Ibrahim- Plaintiff, Egypt
  21. Jose Andres- Chef, Spanish
  22. Ann Patchett- Writer, America
  23. Dulce Matuz- President, Arizona Dream Act Coalition
  24. Henrik Scharfe- Professor, Director, Centre for Computer-mediated Epistemology, Denmark
  25. Freeman Hrabowski- Educator, America
  26. Maryam Durani- Member, Kandahar Provincial Council, Afghanistan
  27. Manal al-Sharif- Women’s rights activist and computer security consultant, Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia
  28. Anjali Gopalan- Advocate, India
  29. Rached Ghannouchi- Tunisian Islamist politician and co-founder, The Ennahda Movement
  30. Barbara Van Dahlen- Founder and President, Give an Hour, US
  31. Ron Fouchier- Scientist, Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands
  32. Donald Sadoway- John F Elliott Professor, Materials Chemistry, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, US
  33. Hans Rosling- Statistician, Sweden
  34. Asghar Farhadi- Filmmaker, Iran
  35. Sarah Burton- Fashion Designer, UK
  36. Anonymous- Self described hacktivist group, Voluntary association, Global
  37. Pete Cashmore- Social News Guru,Scotland
  38. Cami Anderson- Superintendent,Newark schools
  39. Ali Babacan and Ahmet Davutoglu- Neo-Ottomans
  40. Ai-jen Poo- Director, National Domestic Workers Alliance, US
  41. Marc Andreessen- Kingmaker, America
  42. Preet Bharara- Prosecutor, America
  43. Robert Grant- AIDS Researcher, San Francisco
  44. Andrew Lo- Harris & Harris Group Professor Director, MIT Laboratory for Financial Engineering
  45. Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy- Pakistani-Canadian journalist, documentary filmmaker
  46. Alexei Navalny- Russian lawyer, politician, and political and financial activist
  47. Ray Dalio- American businessman and founder of Bridgewater Associates
  48. Hamad bin Jassim bin Jaber al-Thani- Prime Minister of Qatar
  49. Chelsea Handler- American stand-up comedian, actress, best-selling author, and producer
  50. Harvey Weinstein- American film producer and movie studio chairman
  51. Chen Lihua- Chairperson, Fu Wah International, China
  52. Warren Buffett- Chairman & CEO of Berkshire Hathaway
  53. Alice Walton- Heiress, Walton family fortune
  54. Harold Hamm- CEO, Continental Resources
  55. Sheryl Sandberg- COO, Facebook
  56. Sara Blakely- Founder of Spanx, and world’s youngest self-made female billionaire, US
  57. Eike Batista- President, EBX Group, Brazil
  58. Tim Cook- CEO, Apple, US
  59. Daniel Ek- CEO and Founder, Spotify, Sweden
  60. Virginia Rometty- CEO, IBM, US
  61. Barack Obama- President, USA
  62. Goodluck Jonathan- President of Nigeria
  63. Xi Jinping- First Secretary of the Central Secretariat of the Communist Party of China
  64. Fatou Bensouda- Chief Prosecutor of the International Criminal Court, Gambia
  65. Christine Lagarde- MD, IMF, France
  66. Mario Draghi- President, European Central Bank, Italy
  67. U Thein Sein- President of Burma
  68. Ayatullah Ali Khamenei- Supreme Leader of Iran
  69. Mitt Romney- Candidate, 2012 Republican Party presidential nomination
  70. Juan Manuel Santos- President of Colombia
  71. Timothy Dolan- American Cardinal of the Roman Catholic Church
  72. Portia Simpson Miller- Prime Minister of Jamaica
  73. Mario Monti- Prime Minister of Italy
  74. Wang Yang- Secretary, Guangdong Committee of the Communist Party of China
  75. Maria das Gracas Silva Foster- CEO of Petrobras, Brazil
  76. Andrew Cuomo- Governor of New York, US
  77. Iftikhar Chaudhry- Chief Justice of Pakistan
  78. Mamata Banerjee- Chief Minister Of Indian state of West Bengal
  79. Walter Isaacson- President and CEO, Aspen Institute, US
  80. Ron Paul- Member of the US House of Representatives
  81. Benjamin Netanyahu- Prime Minister of Israel
  82. Dilma Rousseff- President of Brazil
  83. Erik Martin- Founder and editor, Muschelhaufen
  84. Cecile Richards- Democratic Party activist, President, Planned Parenthood Federation of America
  85. Angela Merkel- Chancellor of Germany
  86. Lionel Messi- Footballer and Captain of Argentinian national team
  87. Tilda Swinton- British actress
  88. Hillary Clinton- United States Secretary of State
  89. Catherine- Duchess of Cambridge, and Pippa Middleton, her sister
  90. Adele- Recording artist and songwriter, UK
  91. Matt Lauer, TV journalist, Host, NBC’s The Today Show
  92. Oscar Pistorius- sprint runner, South Africa
  93. Claire Danes- American television, stage and film actress
  94. Stephen Colbert- American political satirist, writer, comedian, television host, actor; Host, Comedy Central’s The Colbert Report

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