The immediate former president of Nigeria, Goodluck Jonathan has advised the presidential candidate of the Labour Party, Peter Obi or whoever emerges the country’s president to please work on security and uniting the country.
Jonathan made the comment on Friday when Peter Obi paid him a courtesy visit in his Otuoke home in Bayelsa state.
Obi had visited the former president to seek for support in the forthcoming presidential elections in the country.
The former president also said Nigerians must believe in the unity of the nation in order to move it forward.
Taking to his verified Twitter handle, he wrote, “Today I received in audience members of the Presidential Campaign Council of the @NgLabour led by its presidential candidate, Mr. Peter Obi.
“I reiterated that to move Nigeria forward, we all must see it as our own country and believe in the unity of the nation.
“Whoever becomes the next president must work towards uniting the nation.
“I also stressed on the need for a credible election and urged the Labour Party and all other parties and their supporters to conduct their campaigns peacefully.”