Buhari, Jonathan Meet Behind Closed Doors

Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan on November 2 has paid a visit to the incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari at the presidential villa in Abuja.

PIC.16.PRESIDENT-ELECT RETIRED MAJ.-GEN. MUHAMMADU BUHARI (L) IN A HANDSHAKE WITH PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN  DURING HIS OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE PRESIDENTIAL VILLA IN ABUJA ON FRIDAY (24/4/15).WITH THEM IS THE FORMER CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF,RETIRED LT.-GEN. ABDUHRAMAN DAMBAZAU.  2175/24/4/2015/ISE/CH/NAN
PIC.16.PRESIDENT-ELECT RETIRED MAJ.-GEN. MUHAMMADU BUHARI (L) IN A HANDSHAKE WITH PRESIDENT GOODLUCK JONATHAN
DURING HIS OFFICIAL VISIT TO THE PRESIDENTIAL VILLA IN ABUJA
ON FRIDAY (24/4/15).WITH THEM IS THE FORMER CHIEF OF ARMY STAFF,RETIRED LT.-GEN. ABDUHRAMAN DAMBAZAU.
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The meeting that continued for just five minutes was held behind the closed doors at the New Banquet Hall of the Aso Rocl villa.

Jonathan arrived the State House at accurately 2.00pm in a black Sport Utility Vehicle (SUV).

On his arrival, ex-president headed straight for the New Banquet Hall of the villa.

Former leader of the nation was seen off the place of the meeting with President Buhari at 2.07pm.

He left the presidential villa without talking to the reporters.

It was the second time former president would be visiting Buhari since the latter was inaugurated into office on May 29.

Jonathan had paid a private visit to President Buhari at his official residence on August 6.

Goodluck Jonathan has earned the dubious distinction of being the first president in Nigerian history to lose an election. In many ways, Jonathan was the architect of his own downfall. He made critical mistakes that turned the public and allies against him, and led them to gravitate towards the opposition.

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