Goodluck Jonathan Former president of Nigeria, refused to be drawn on any question about insecurity in Nigeria, saying he was the wrong person to speak on the issue.
The former president said he also had his challenges to deal with while in office, “I was there before and of course, you know there was a lot of insecurity. So, I am the very wrong person to make comments on the insecurity in the land.”
He talked as an afterthought lines of the Exclusive Command Performance by the Commonwealth Community Choir in Abuja, on Friday.
“All what we can do is to by and large help the public authority, support the warriors and other security agents to support our wellbeing,” he added.
He noticed that frailty is a world wonder and Nigeria isn’t a special case, thusly urge the adolescent to utilize their ability to dazzle on the solidarity of the nation.
Addressing question on whether he would challenge the 2023 Presidential race, he said “official race in 2023 he stated, “It is too soon to discuss that.”
Some APC lead representatives visited the previous president in his Abuja home days back in remembrance of his 63rd birthday.
In any case, sources near the gathering uncovered that the gathering had political connotation and was not detached with the 2023 official political race.
Additionally, the executive of Progressive Governors Forum, lead representative Atiku Bagudu of Kebbi state and the Jigawa state lead representative Badaru Abubakar have visited the previous president in his nation home.