Former Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan has visited current Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari to apparently offer some experience and help as security worsens in Nigeria and hardship expands, with corruption metastasizing and America contemplating banning Africa’s most populous nation.
The PhD holder who faced opposition from many sides, lost the election and congratulated the winner without bitterness or rancor may have shared one or two things with President Buhari.
Mr. Buhari has spent time trying to discredit him instead of bolstering the economy and defeating Boko Haram.
Five years after, Amnesty International warned last week that even corruption Mr. Buhari vowed to kill before it finally kills Nigeria has worsened.
The reputable organization handed Nigeria the catastrophic score of 26 over hundred.
Mr. Jonathan seemed calm, relaxed and refreshed, knowing perhaps history and time have vindicated him.