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Throwback Photos Of Goodluck Jonathan Wearing Camouflage To Boost Soldiers Morale Surfaces Online

Throwback photos of Former President Goodluck Jonathan surfaced in the internet and in the photos The Former President was putting on military uniform (Camouflage) to motivate and boost the morale of our Nigerian soldiers.

The throwback photos were posted by Goodluck Jonathan himself on his Facebook page in 2015, which he captioned;

” Today, I visited the Northeastern part of our Country. I was with our soldiers and interacted with the officers and men of our gallant armed forces. I am very proud of their patriotism and the valour they have demonstrated as they fight to protect our citizens and our territorial integrity. The sight of Nigerian citizens returning to towns once occupied by insurgents was most fulfilling. May God continue to bless Nigeria. GEJ

This was when Nigeria had a president of the people. Most of us couldn't see the patriotic works Ex president Goodluck Jonathan was doing.

Imagine how Goodluck Jonathan humbled himself to wear the military uniform to encourage our Nigerian soldiers to keep up their good works.

Goodluck Jonathan did a lot to make sure Nigeria is in good shape. Look at the current Insecurity challenges we are facing now. Even a politician is not safe no matter the police escorts he/she carries.

Our current President Mohammadu Buhari is no where to be found. He has not Publicly addressed the ongoing crisis in the country.

Nigeria is in a worst situation than before. No part of the country is safe now. Even police and military barracks are not safe.

This is just a reminder article of one of Ex president Goodluck Ebele Jonathan good deeds for the people.

We were not able to appreciate Goodluck Jonathan's efforts but now, the difference is clear.

Goodluck Jonathan was indeed a good president. I pray God gives him comfort in his future endeavors.

At this point, President Buhari needs to come out to action or withdraw as the President.

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