Nigerians Misunderstood President Jonathan’s Meekness For Weakness, Says Doyin Okupe…PLUS…Images of PGEJ’s Farewell Service

Thanksgiving and Farewell service in honour of President Jonathan and First Lady, May 10
Senior Special Adviser to President Jonathan on Public Affairs, Dr. Doyin Okupe, on Sunday [May 10] said Nigerians misunderstood President Goodluck Jonathan’s calmness for indecisiveness. Okupe, who stated this on his facebook, described Jonathan as the greatest Nigeria’s President.

He stated, “In a few days, President Jonathan will bow out of office gracefully and graciously”. “President Jonathan has done well and served his country well. He exits office as a great President, perhaps Nigeria’s greatest President for all times. Greater than the best before him. He excelled in achievement, in humility, tranquility and simplicity.

“Nigerians misunderstood meekness for weakness, Restraint for lack of strength, reticence for inaction and calmness for indecisiveness.”

Thanksgiving and Farewell service in honour of President Jonathan and First Lady, May 10
Okupe said history would judge differently, adding that the outgoing President would “be remembered as a great man, a good man, humble and humane, purposeful and focused. A great African hero who fought against all manners of evil and conspiracies, religious, ethnic, national and international, and lost the war. But ultimately triumphed because of the inherent goodness that God Almighty deposited in Him.”

He recalled that Jonathan said his ambition was not worth the life of any Nigerian. “He meant what he said and stood by what he said even to his detriment and millions who believed in him,” Okupe stated.

The presidential aide urged Nigerians not to weep for Jonathan. “Rather weep and pray that our nation will remain, united and stable; that its people will prosper and that God will guide our incoming leaders,” he added.

A thanksgiving service was held in honour of President Jonathan and his wife. It was a lovely event though quite an...
Posted by Doyin Okupe on Sunday, May 10, 2015


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