- Goodluck Jonathan has appealed with opposition parties to come together and work for the good of Nigerians
- He revealed this after he visited Tinubu at Aso Rock
Details Of Jonathan’s Meeting With Tinubu In Aso Rock Emerge
Ex President Goodluck Jonathan on Friday visited president Bola Tinubu behind closed doors at the presidential villa.
Jonathan met with Tinubu behind closed doors on Friday at the presidential villa.
His meeting is coming on the heels over the Supreme Court’s judgement that upheld Tinubu’s election victory.
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Reacting to the apex court verdict, the former Bayelsa Governor begged political leaders and former presidents to work together so that citizens would not suffer.
We need to bring all our political leaders including all our former Presidents together, we will not be fighting, if top leaders continue fighting they will not suffer that much but the down trodden will suffer. And we want to end that tension so we move forward.”
“I have been involved in a number of things in West Africa and Africa. In fact, tomorrow (Saturday), I will be in Kenya and on the 14th of November I will be in Liberia, so I am like a roving Ambassador seeing how we can bring peace to the subregion and the continent.
“My visit would have taken place since last week but it couldn’t hold but today it has now coincided with the judgement of the Supreme Court judgement of yesterday (Thursday). So, it is an opportunity for me to also congratulate Mr President.
“We talked alot about the country. You will see more of me because there are certain things we discussed and the country must move forward. Elections are over and so we must move forward.
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