- President Buhari met his predecessor Goodluck Jonathan at the Presidential Villa on Wednesday October 6th
- The purpose of the meeting was, however, still known as the former president, did not inform the journalists
- The role of ex-president Jonathan as ECOWAS special envoy for Mali has made him a regular visitor to the presidential villa
Aso Rock, Abuja – President Muhammadu Buhari held a closed session on Wednesday, October 6th the former president. from Goodluck Jonathan in the presidential villa in Abuja.
Daily Trust reported that the former president arrived at the presidential villa around 4:00 p.m.
However, it was established that the former president, as ECOWAS special envoy for Mali, met regularly with President Buhari on the crisis-ridden West African country.
There is also speculation that some chiefs of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) are wooing Jonathan with the party’s presidential ticket for 2023.
2023: Jonathan will return as president, Nigerian pastor publishes prophecy < / h2>
Meanwhile, a senior pastor at Abuja-based The Resurrected Assembly (GROM), Prize F. Aluko, has predicted that Jonathan will return as president in 2023.
< p class = "align-left"> Pastor Aluko revealed in his latest prophetic hen declaration that Jonathan left office in 2015 because God had trained him on some missions that he should accomplish in the future.
GROMs The spiritual leader added, that now that the former president has been prepared by God, it is time to do what the Almighty has in mind for him, which is the presidency. However, the cleric warned that in order to achieve this, Jonathan would have to convert from the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) and join the APC camp.
Jonathan makes an important request before 2023
< p class = "align-left"> In other news, former President Jonathan has asked the National Assembly to allow the use of electronic means to submit results before 2023.
He did that Called on Wednesday September 29th while he was giving a talk at the National Defense College’s Inauguration Ceremony / Lecture, Course 30, in Abuja.
An important and controversial provision of the The bill is section 52, which deals with the electronic transmission of election results.
APC formed to deny Jonathan’s second term, claims Ebonyi PDP chief
After rumors about Jonathan’s transfer to the APC, a PDP member, Fred Udeogu, claimed the ruling party was formed to deny Nigeria’s former president a second term Capital of Ebonyi State, the ruling party lacks the cohesion to take on sustainable leadership.