Former President Goodluck Jonathan has advocated for a united Nigeria after holding a closed door meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential Villa, Abuja today, saying that the country would be better of as such.
Jonathan said that Nigeria’s prominent position in the global map was attributable to its size, diversity and human resources.
His response followed questions on his role towards ensuring peace and stability in the Niger-Delta region.
Jonathan responded that it’s not just about me but about all the traditional rulers, elders and opinion leaders that are of the Ijaw ethnic nationality.
Those of you that have followed my talks when I was here, my emphasis is that we need a United Nigeria and I always emphasize that Nigeria is great not just about the oil.
Meanwhile, President Muhammadu Buhari and Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan also review his mission to the Villa, said he was there to brief President Buhari on his emergence as the leader of African Union, AU elections monitoring team to Zambia.