Jonathan Visits Buhari’s Nephew Amid Presidential Bid
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has visited Mamman Daura, the persuasive nephew of the President Muhammadu Buhari, as per Punch.
The gathering occurred yesterday in the midst of reports that he will confront the official screening of the All Progressives Congress this week.
In a photograph posted by Sahara Reporters, Jonathan is seen warmly greeting Daura.
The previous President had last month requested that his allies “look out” following calls for him to challenge.
A gathering of Fulani and Almajiri people group likewise professed to have offered their cows to buy the N100m type of the APC.
In a visit with The PUNCH, the gathering said Jonathan would turn up for the screening of official competitors in Abuja.
This is even as the gathering affirmed that the administration has begun connecting with wannabes to unite for a gathering on talks that lines on his blessed competitor.
At the point when insight about his APC selection structures circulated around the web, Jonathan had moved away from the gathering, depicting it as an affront.
He was, notwithstanding, spotted with the National Chairman of the party, Senator Abdullahi Adamu, on that very night that he denied showing interest in the structures.
His recharged sentiment with the APC has numerous Nigerians considering in the event that he is the conceivable joker the party was relying on as an agreement up-and-comer.
Talking with our journalist, Secretary of the Fulani Group, Usman Mohammed, affirmed that Jonathan’s structure had been submitted.
The National Secretary of the APC, Suleiman Argungu, had additionally affirmed that Jonathan would be screened.
Mohammed said, “Haven’t you heard that we will be essential for the applicants for the screening?
“Did I not let you know fourteen days prior that regardless of the accommodation cutoff time, the authority of the party can’t turn down Jonathan’s structures? Quote me anyplace that from this point to Thursday, you will be educated about talks encompassing the APC agreement up-and-comer.”
Asked how the gathering effectively persuaded both Jonathan and the APC public working board of trustees into arriving at a split the difference, Mohammed declined remark, saying it isn’t what he can reveal to the media.