President promises to break silence soon

President Jonathan has not made an official statement since Gen. Buhari won the just concluded Presidential election race.

President Goodluck Jonathan

Following his defeat in the Saturday, March 28 Presidential election, President Goodluck Jonathan has promised to break his silence when the time is right.

Jonathan said this when quizzed by journalists at the President Villa today, April 3, after the Good Friday Service at the Aso Villa Chapel.

“Don’t worry, I will talk to you at the appropriate time,” the President reportedly said, but did not indicate when the ‘appropriate’ time would be.

Jonathan’s decision to concede defeat by calling the President-elect, General Muhammadu Buhari, on the telephone to congratulate him on his victory in the Presidential polls has earned him global accolades almost equal to the winner of the election.

It would be recalled that before the Presidential election, the incumbent President had said he is the most criticised President in the country’s history and somewhat foretold that by the time he will be leaving the seat of government, he will be the most celebrated President.


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