Nigeria's First Lady Patience Jonathan waves as she leaves a plane upon arrival to Abuja. ~ WOLE EMMANUEL
Abuja - The First Lady, Patience Jonathan on Thursday called on Nigerians not to weep for her and President Goodluck Jonathan over the loss of March 28, 2015 presidential election, reports New Mail.
Rather, she urged Nigerians to thank God on their behalf for seeing them through throughout their years in Aso Rock.
Patience Jonathan, who was speaking at a farewell/award ceremony organised for her by the National Council of Women Societies, (NCWS) noted that President Jonathan has achieved what no Nigerian has accomplished.
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She said there is nothing her husband was looking for having been deputy-governor, a governor, vice-president, acting-president and president.
She stated that not all Presidents and their wives, who entered Aso Rock came out together.
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