Breaking: Protesters Storms Former President, Goodluck Jonathan’s Private Office In Abuja
22 April 2022
As the 2023 Nigeria’s General Elections and battle for who becomes the next Nigeria’s president draws closer, protesters have surrounded Goodluck Ebele Jonathan’s private office in Abuja.
The protesters mostly women, are demanding and asking the Former Nigeria’s president to declare his interest to join the 2023 Presidential race.
There has been a great clamour for the next Nigeria’s president to come from South and mostly, Southeast.
Earlier, Some groups had also called on Jonathan to contest.
The Nigerian Young Professionals in Diaspora, NYPD, yesterday gave Jonathan one week ultimatum to declare for 2023 Presidential race or risked being sued.
The group which comprises of Young Professionals in Diaspora is made up of Nigerians from all over the Country who are based in different countries.
The convener of the group, Arc. Oladipo Akande in a press release made available to newsmen via email from Los Angeles, United States Of America stated that it was imperative for the former helmsman to throw his hat into the ring without further delay.