Nigerians has once again taken to the social media space to celebrate the former President, Dr. Ebele Goodluck Jonathan for his continue peace mission in Nigeria and indeed, the entire Africa.
In a post shared by the former President via his facebook official page earlier today 16th July, 2020; he stated that he had arrived Bamako the capital city of Mali alongside with his delegation for ECOWAS peace mission.
The statement reads:
"Since I arrived Bamako Wednesday evening with my delegation to begin my assignment as leader of Ecowas_Cedeao peace mission to Mali, I have been meeting with various interest groups including political, religious and civil society leaders. I am optimistic that our mission will yield positive results as our message of hope, peace and progress has so far been received by different stakeholders."
However, within few minute of this post, thousands of Nigerian including his followers have rushed under the post to expressed their love and feelings for the former President.
Many said they have greatly miss him in Nigerian politics while others poured encomium on him for his leadership style and peace mission both in Africa and globally.
See screenshot below:
Indeed, the former President is still loved by many and they had wish he should come back again into Nigeria politics and turn around the situation of things.
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