Goodluck Jonathan and Obasanjo reunite at peace summit in South Korea

Goodluck Jonathan and Obasanjo reunite at peace summit in South Korea

- Former presidents, Goodluck Jonathan, and Olusegun Obasanjo meet at the on-going world summit 2020 in Seoul, South Korea

- Jonathan and Obasanjo joined other leaders from across the globe to make a case for lasting world peace among nations

- Jonathan says the summit has renewed his belief that more commitment is required from all stakeholders in the pursuit of global peace

Former president, Goodluck Jonathan has said he is delighted to meet ex-president Olusegun Obasanjo at the on-going world summit 2020 in Seoul, South Korea.

Jonathan on Monday, February 4, in a post on Facebook, said he and Obasanjo joined leaders from across the world to make a case for lasting peace, interdependence and shared values among the world's peoples and nations.

He disclosed that he and Obasanjo make contributions on how to make the troubled world peaceful.

Goodluck Jonathan and Obasanjo reunite at peace summit in South Korea (photos)

Jonathan says the summit has renewed his belief that more commitment is required from all stakeholders in the pursuit of global peace
Source: Facebook

Jonathan said following the summit his faith was renewed in the belief that more commitment is required from all stakeholders in the pursuit of global peace.

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Legit.ng had reported that Goodluck Jonathan travelled to Seoul, South Korea to attend the World Summit 2020 organised by the Universal Peace Federation.

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Jonathan who traveled along with his wife, Patience, in a message on Monday, February 3, said he was honoured to join other world leaders at the occasion to deliberate on the imperatives of peace, security and human development.

In another report, respected leaders in the north have thrown their weight behind President Muhammadu Buhari and his security chiefs.

The leaders under the aegis of the Arewa Consultative Forum (ACF) gave their support in the wake of the criticisms of the Buhari administration over the growing security challenges.

They urged the president and the security chiefs to remain focused on their war against the Boko Haram insurgency and other security challenges rocking the country.

Goodluck Jonathan delivers speech at world summit in South Korea (photos)

The northern leaders said it is surprising to call for President Buhari's resignation over the security challenges, noting that the president is working hard to restore peace to the country.

The ACF also rejected the call for the security chiefs to be fired, saying it was uncalled for and unpatriotic.

The secretary-general of the ACF, Anthony Sani, told Leadership newspaper that President Buhari has done considerably in improving the security until the recent renewed attacks.

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