You will all remember me for the total freedom you enjoyed - Goodluck Jonathan flashes back to 2014
- Goodluck Jonathan reminded Nigerians of his statement that he will be missed when he leaves office
- He said he was the most abused and most insulted president
- The former president said Nigerians still enjoyed freedom under his administration
Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, has reminded Nigerians of a statement he made in 2014 about how his administration will be missed for its total freedom.
The former president made this reference in a picture he shared on Thursday, August 24.
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Jonathan reminded Nigerians of his quote where he said: "I am the most abused and insulted president in the world, but when I leave office, you will all remember me for the total freedom you enjoyed under my government."
The post has generated reactions from Nigerians as while some agreed with him, other criticised his administration saying the freedom he was referring to was of corruption.
See some of the reactions below:
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Meanwhile, the Nigerian military began monitoring social media, to identify peddlers of fake news, anti-government and anti-security activities in the country, Punch reports.
The new development comes 2 days after the live broadcast delivered by President Muhammadu Buhari and was disclosed by Major-General John Enenche, Director of Defence Information, during an interview session on Channels Television’s News at 10.
Acknowledging the challenges associated with social media globally, Enenche stated: “It is a double-edged sword and we are also having a bit of it."
Watch a Legit.ng TV video below of Nigerians talking about whom they consider the best president ever: