Bauchi governor salutes former President Jonathan at 63
Bauchi State Governor, Sen Bala Abdulkadir Mohammed has felicitated former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan on the occasion of his 63rd birthday anniversary describing him as a true leader who believes in the Nigerian project.
The governor said that “the simplicity, humility, selflessness and commitment of the former Nigerian leader are uncommon traits among Nigeria’s political elite”.
Bala Mohammed in his message acknowledged Goodluck Jonathan’s lifetime achievements, successes and his invaluable contributions to the socio-economic and political advancement of the country.
The governor wrote that “On behalf of my family, the government and good people of Bauchi State, I convey my warm felicitations to Your Excellency, the former President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan.
Celebrating a Statesman @63”.
He prayed that Almighty God grant him more purposeful years, continued good health and renewed strength and wisdom in the service of the nation.
The Bauchi governor who was the FCT Minister during the administration of former President Jonathan, reaffirmed his loyalty and support to his boss in appreciation of the support and opportunity offered to him as contained in a statement by Muktar Gidado Senior Special Assistant on Media to the governor.
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