Nigerian man eulogises Goodluck Jonathan, says ex-president a hero

Nigerian man eulogises Goodluck Jonathan, says ex-president a hero

- A Facebook user has hailed former president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan for his democratic legacy

- Eulogising the former president, Abu Muh'd said Jonathan would be remembered for conceding defeat to incumbent President Muhamadu Buhari

- The Nigerian man also expressed sadness over the rate of desperation among the current breed of Nigerian politicians

In the wake of concern generated by the ongoing general election across the country, a Facebook user, Abu Muh'd, has evoked the memories of 2015 presidential election, focusing on the democratic legacy of former president Goodluck Jonathan.

Eulogizing the former president for his democratic leadership in regards to his concession of defeat to incumbent President Muhamadu Buhari, Muh'd described Jonathan as ''a true hero, the saviour of our modern democracy.''

He added that the erstwhile president would be remembered for setting a legacy, which he said the current breed of Nigerian politicians failed to emulate.

Expressing concern on the state of ongoing election, Muh'd said: ''I begin to wonder why our leaders today are finding it difficult to concede defeat.

''Today they don't mind burning their states down, killing as many as possible despite they will retain their seats.

''God to all these types of leaders, may they never enjoys the seat for an hour till they handed over. Who ever takes lives before clinching his seat may he never enjoy the seat.

''I respect you Dr Ebele Jonathan.''

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Meanwhile, had earlier reported that the senator representing Kano Central, Rabiu Kwankwaso, had rejected the March 23 supplementary election held in the state, adding that the rerun was marred by politicization of the security operatives, hence calling for a fresh poll.

Speaking with newsmen in a reaction to the violence that characterized the electoral exercise in the state, the former Kano governor condemned the role of the police under the command of DIG Anthony Michael Obizi. ( --> Same great journalism, upgraded for better service!

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