Former President Goodluck Jonathan is in Zambia to observe that country’s general election.
Mr. Jonathan is the leader of the African Union Election Monitoring Mission to Zambia’s August 11 polls.
Early Thursday, he witnessed the opening of a polling station and the start of voting in Lusaka, the capital.
Mr. Jonathan also witnessed the incumbent President Edgar Lungu cast his vote.
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