Former President Goodluck Jonathan says that though he has left public office, he is not tired, and that he is not yet finished with his good works in Nigeria.
He also said that very soon, he will be launching his foundation.
The former president who was represented by Prince Dayo Adeyeye, a former Minister of State for Works said this at an event in Lagos on Friday.
Adeyeye said, “President Ebele Goodluck Jonathan is a man of history and I believe that whatever we are celebrating now, is not the final verdict, we will leave that to history because all these emotional things that we display, when a man is in office or after leaving office, are better judged by history.
“I believe Jonathan will be given a better verdict by history.”
“That foundation will enable him render services, not only to the people of Nigeria but to
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