Nigeria’s former president, Goodluck Jonathan was on Wednesday at the State House to meet with President Muhammadu Buhari.
Speaking to State House correspondents after the meeting, Jonathan emphasized that what Nigeria needs is unity, adding that the country “is great, not because of oil, but because of size, human resources, and diversities”.
“If we balkanise the country into small components we would be forgotten by the world,” the former president added.
He said that he, as well as Ijaw leaders, traditional rulers, and opinion leaders in the Niger Delta region to ensure that peace reigns in the country. He added that he what we need is a united Nigeria.
Jonathan who said he has always been visiting the State House (at night), disclosed that he came to brief President Buhari about some of his external engagements.