By Abayomi Adeshida – Abuja
Chairman Goodluck Jonathan Foundation, Former President Goodluck Jonathan, has implored African political leaders to imbibe the attitude of selfless service for the betterment of their compatriots even if it includes having to die or be imprisoned for the welfare of the people.
He further charged leaders in the continent to always follow the rule of law in all spheres of their lives so that leadership can make positive impacts on the people.
The former President who was widely quoted to have said that his political ambition was not worth the life of any Nigerian made these comments when he declared open a two days consultative retreat for political party leaders on the draft constitution for the government of The Gambia.
President Jonathan has remained the first sit-in democratically elected Nigerian leader to have conducted an election in which he was defeated and he handed over power peacefully to his successor during the 2015 round of general…
Source: Vanguard Newspaper