- Former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan attended the the Economic Summit in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique on Wednesday, September 11
- At the summit, Jonathan talked about how his Transformation Agenda improved the lives of Nigerians while he was in power
- The former president said that his administration recorded a lot of improvements in areas like electricity and economy
Former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan on Wednesday, September 11, attended the Economic Summit in Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, where he spoke on some of the achievements of his administration.
At the international conference, Jonathan revisited the Transformation Agenda, which was the mission statement of his regime.
The former president also talked about how the federal government of Nigeria under his leadership made giant strides in areas of electricity, economy and the establishment of local content policies.
He went on to say that these moves were able to change the common narrative of Nigerians for good while he was in office.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng reported that Jonathan on Wednesday, August 14, arrived the Republic of South Korea to participate in the International Leadership Conference which will hold in Seoul, the capital city of the country.
On arrival, the former Nigerian president was warmly welcomed by Ambassador Amin M. Dalhatu and members of staff of the Nigerian embassy in Seoul.
The former president shared a photo of the warm airport reception he received in Seoul on his Twitter handle.
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