Former president of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo is 84 years today and Atiku Abubakar, who was his vice president back then when he first became president too to social media to celebrate his former boss.
Recall that, the former president and his vice have not really been on a good term since they both went their seperate ways, and Obasanjo have spoken I'll of Atiku in public numerous times, up to the extent that he criticized his former vice in a book he wrote not quite long ago.
But not withstanding, Atiku Abubakar sent him a message on his official verified twitter handle and also uploaded a photo of him smiling with his former boss. His message goes thus "On behalf of my family, I wish our great leader and former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, a warm birthday celebration. It is to the glory of almighty that you are celebrating today and it is my fervent prayer that you shall live longer."
He further Said that Nigeria will be great again during the lifetime of the former president of the federal republic of Nigeria while congratulating him. See a screenshot of his post and photo below:
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