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Read What Jonathan Said To Reporters After Meeting With Buhari


President Goodluck Jonathan and President-elect, Muhammadu Buhari, on Friday, had a private meeting at the Presidential Villa.

That would be the second time that Jonathan and Buhari would be meeting in public since the March 28 presidential election.
After today’s meeting which lasted for 30 minutes, the pair came out holding hands and beaming with smiles.

Although journalists probed to know details of the meeting, an evasive President Jonathan had the following to say to them:

President: Thank you gentlemen. We have nothing to tell you today, formally we will take a date where the President (Buhari) will come and I will show him round the State House

But today is not for that. Today, we are continuing with our conversation, so we don’t need to worry the President (Buhari), you don’t need to also worry the President (referring to himself)

Journalists: How did the conversation go?

President: But you see that we are smiling

Journalists: So, the meeting was a fruitful one?

President: Yes.

Journalists: What did you discuss?

President: I will not tell you, but the meeting was for the interest of the country.

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