As Nigerians keenly await the outcome of the just concluded presidential elections, former President of the country, Goodluck Jonathan paid a visit to the presidential candidate of the ruling All Progressive Congress (APC), Bola Tinubu in Abuja. Jonathan was accompanied Ex-Ghanaian President John Mahama, former governor of Ekiti State, Kayode Fayemi and others. It should be noted that the winner of the just concluded elections haven't been declared officially, however, Tinubu of the APC leads as collation continues.
During the visit, Jonathan and his team was said to have appealed for calm from citizens and advised the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to make spirited attempts to address some concerns that have been so far raised by all stakeholders pertaining the conduct of the just concluded elections.
This visit sparked mixed reactions from members of the public who shared their opinion.
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Source: Punch Newspaper.
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