Jonathan, Buhari hold fresh talks

President Goodluck Jonathan is presently meeting with the president-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, at the Aso Rock presidential villa in Abuja.

Mr. Buhari arrived the villa at about 3p.m. Friday.

The meeting was the second since the March 28 presidential election, won by Mr. Buhari.

Two transition committees set up by both the president and Mr. Buhari had also met twice as part of arrangements for a smooth handover of power on May 28.

More details will come later.


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  • Ha

    General my sincere appeal to you is that you should please and please not eat or drink anything during all these meetings up to 29th of May. Any time you meet them please tell them you are fasting, and if it is in the night please tell them you have already had your dinner at home.

    • Psi Ciroma

      FETISH MIND…… You obviously dont understand the ruling class

      • Ha

        Yes. It was really out of the fetish mind and the misunderstanding of the ruling class that they shot Murtala Mohammed died, and poisoned Abacha and Yar’ Adua. Your brain is not a meaningless biological composition. It was created for you to think, reflect and pro-act. How could you eat from a group that wished you death and claimed they were tired of state burial, and even went on to publicize on newspapers? How could you dare eat from a group that publicly claimed that they prefer to hand over to military rather than to you? Please don’t Act without thinking like Orubebe or ridiculously like the Rivers Professor who could not read his own hand-writing.

        • hanafunwatcher

          you don’t GETIT dope do ya? u never will.

  • Goodluck Jonathan

    It’s a pity Mr. President. I wish you could hold on to power. I have already placed a bet on your ass, because I thought you would not handover power to Baba. where are those who were deceiving you before the election?

  • statesman

    There is a battle ahead. It will be fought with courage. This conspiracy to
    kill the 1999 Constitution must be defeated and laid to rest in perfect peace.
    Let word go forth that a military coup is more acceptable than this daylight
    violation of our national Constitution. Whatever it takes we shall refuse and
    fight to refuse any nonsense inauguration of Muhammadu Buhari as president
    for his having clearly violated the 1999 Constitution and sworn falsely on oath.

    • JustMe

      Statesman or Robbie. The great internet warrior/ noisemaker. Kindly hug a transformer quickly before the inaugural day to save yourself further heartache. Otherwise stop the noise! We don pass that stage abeg.

    • BEN

      There is alternative for YOU jump into lagoon

  • Akpaka

    Though now too late, I believe Jonathan can learn a few things from Buhari about leadership and being presidential in discussions or responding to questions. The Please Help me Decide (PHD) certificate he obtained from Uniport is not enough. Buhari, please never trust a clueless man.

  • ogechi

    My general is save in Aso Medina

  • chibogu

    I AM GOING TO PHONE MY LAWYERS TO SUE PRESIDENT JONATHAN AT THE HAGUE.
    IT IS VERY WRONG FOR JONATHAN TO BE HELPING BUHARI TO BECOME PRESIDENT.
    BUHARI IS NOT QUALIFIED UNDER THE 1999 CONSTITUTION TO RUN IN FIRST PLACE.
    JONATHAN IS NOT ELECTED TO BE KIND TO MAKE BUHARI QUALIFY ANYHOW BY FORCE.
    I HAVE MY HUMAN RIGHTS NOT TO BE GOVERNED BY ILLEGAL PRESIDENT LIKE BUHARI.

    • Guguru

      Be quiet

    • hummm

      Why are u having such a meltdown?. All that grammer in capital letters will not do u no good. Accept your faith of 8 years rule under Buhari.ROFLL

    • tundemash

      f00l … no point announcing your intention here.
      A creek rat living off amnesty grant is thinking of hiring a lawyer; wishful thinking !

      • Psi Ciroma

        What do you mean CREEK RAT….stop abusing NigerDeltans…..they sustain our economy

        • tundemash

          cl0wn ……. if you don’t pay tax then your d@ft post is understandable. Go to FIRS and Customs website and see how much they contribute to the economy. Ignorant f00l!

    • Good Smaritan

      There must really be lag in the manner some of us process thoughts. Did you really think the elections were about propaganda? The truth is, who ever is seeking Buhari’s disqualification on the basis of either the 1999 constitution or INEC’s 2010 electoral act, is only being a moron. The General, went to court to swear an affidavit that his academic documents were missing but records of these documents were available with the Nigerian Army for sighting.. Now tell me, how on earth has this contravened the 1999 constitution or the electoral act? However, since the military decided to become partisan, which was rather unfortunate, they have also made a u-turn, from their earlier stand, to confirm that these records were available with them. I will advice that you learn to employ the use of common sense whenever you decide to join the bandwagon. People like FFK and Olisa Metuh have all accepted their fate, talk less of your kind, who hates as a masquerade (Using social media as cover)

  • Guguru

    It feels so good watching the e-rats of the PDP foaming at the mouth like tired horses whenever they remember that Buhari, an honorable man, is now their President.

  • burning spear

    Massacre of Tiv civilians in Zaki Biam Benue State: 9% (3 votes)
    Impoverishment of the Nigerian Masses by 500% devaluation of Naira.: 6% (2 votes)
    Mismanagement and closure of our National Airline Nigeria Airways: 9% (3 votes)
    Massacre of thousands of villagers in Odi, Bayelsa State in Niger Delta: 9% (3 votes)
    Taking IMF loans and implementing damaging economic policies: 6% (2 votes)
    Increasing fuel prices by 500%: 9% (3 votes)
    Deceiving Nigeria by claiming fuel was subsidised: 6% (2 votes)
    As military ruler, using the funds /land for "Operation Feed Nation" to acquire his Ota farm: 6% (2 votes)
    Covertly sponsoring the coup in which Muritala Mohammad was assassinated, and executing dozens of people to cover up: 3% (1 vote)
    Closing Petroleum Trust Fund and allowing Infrastructural decay: 3% (1 vote)
    Presiding during collapse of electrical power supply in entire eastern region: 0% (0 votes)
    Inviting US military into Nigeria and exposing national security secrets: 3% (1 vote)
    Making himself minister of Petroleum and failing to have his management of oil revenue audited till this very day: 3% (1 vote)
    Embezzling and estimated $120bn or approx N20 trillion: 9% (3 votes)
    Sold off all of Nigeria's assets including Oil Blocks , Refineries, Electricity Authority, National, Telecommunications and historical buildings etc.: 6% (2 votes)
    Buying up the national assets he privatised at a price that is a tiny fraction of its true value: 3% (1 vote)
    Giving away Bakassi peninsula without a national referendum or conference: 3% (1 vote)
    Mismanaging our national pension fund and presiding whilst $15bn went missing and denying pensioners their pensions: 3% (1 vote)
    Deceiving Nigerians that Abacha' government was a bad, to justify undoing most of Abacha's good work: 3% (1 vote)
    Presiding over the worst period of political assassinations in Nigeria's history: approx 20 assassinations including Bola Ige: 0% (0 votes)

  • burning spear

    “My Campaign Promises Can Be Changed”. – Buhari.

    **our promises of Change and APC manifesto, are not Quran or Bible, they are subject to change to meet reality.

    The President-elect Gen. Muhammadu Buhari has shocked Nigerians when he announced that the promises that the All Progressives Congress, APC, made during the nationwide presidential campaign which were contained in the Party’s manifesto were not words from the Quran or Bible, adding that the pledges are subject to change.

    Buhari who stated this during an interactive session with journalists on Television Continental, TVC reiterated that the party’s manifestos were subject to modification, as they are only made for election purposes only.

    The Buhari-led APC had promised fundamental political reforms and improvement in governance, more transparency and accountability.
    The party also promised to urgently secure the territorial integrity of the Nation. It said it will never leave the defense of the nation in the hands of hunters, children, and civilian JTF.
    The APC presidential candidate had also said that he would ensure that the Naira was equal to the Dollar in value, if elected president.
    During the interview Buhari emphasized that on ministerial appointment, the party has a great role to play.
    “I would ask Nigerian political observers to study our manifesto; it is not a Bible or Quran which you can’t change to meet reality.
    “Our manifesto was made by very experienced Nigerians but it’s subject to modification.

  • tundemash

    This was how the Dumbo spent 6 years just setting up committees upon committees and till date nothing concrete from these committees. He should just pack out of Aso Rock quickly so Nigeria can be put back on track !!!!

  • babateem

    pls can some one tell me d meaning of that metting but i belive general is a promise kept he can deceive the APC leader .change is coming