Former President Goodluck Jonathan honored his late boss, ex-President Umaru Yar’Adua, who passed away 13 years ago.
Jonathan said that Yar’Adua was a really good and generous leader.
On Friday, he shared a message on his Twitter account.
Thirteen years ago today, the leader of our country President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua passed away. He was a great and caring leader. He was a good man who believed in fairness and being responsible for his actions.
We are grateful to God for giving us life and for the way he influenced our country.
President Yar’Adua was a really good leader who didn’t let his ethnicity or religion affect his decisions. He did good things in front of people. Many people felt good because of it.
Today, we think about him and how he worked hard to make our country strong and together.
We will never forget him because he helped Nigeria grow and he was dedicated to making things better for everyone. I’m sorry, but the text “GEJ” is already simple and does not require further explanation. It is an acronym commonly used to refer to former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan.
Yar’Adua became President in 2007, but died before finishing his first term in 2010. Jonathan then became the acting President and later became the President.