2023: Nigerians anxious for Jonathan’s return – Ex-Commissioner
Nigerians are anxiously waiting for former President Goodluck Jonathan to return as the nation’s leader, a former Commissioner for Education in Akwa Ibom State, Mr Moses Essien, has said.
Essien, who is the National Coordinator of the Goodluck Jonathan Campaign Organisation, stated this in a Thursday statement.
“It often said that a good product sells itself, because it is attractive and so it naturally attracts patronage. That is what we are witnessing in the case of former President Goodluck Jonathan.
“Nigeria is standing on the brink of its unity and history. The country needs urgent rescue through a trustworthy, detribalised and sincere democratic leadership that rebuilds national confidence and faith in the country. That is what GEJ represents to this country.
“When you look at it from this common national denominator, you will discover that it is not just enough to say the North, but every segment of this country is hungry and anxious to have their beloved GEJ back to power once again,” Essien said.
He added that as Nigeria’s president, Jonathan exemplified equity and justice.
“He was fair to all, and the North, in particular, was a huge beneficiary of GEJ’s inclusive governance. For instance, in the area of education, which is central, GEJ left indelible footprints in northern Nigeria as President,” Essien said.