Abuja - Former President Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday said nobody outside or within the country asked him to concede defeat in the 2015 general elections to President Muhammadu Buhari, Nation reports.
He spoke at the second combined convocation ceremony of Bingham University, Nasarawa State.
The former president and an ex- military head of state, Gen. Yakubu Gowon were honoured with a Doctor of Letters (Honaris Causa) by the university.
Jonathan said his calling of Buhari to concede defeat was done out of his personal principle that no blood of any Nigerian was worth his political ambition.
He reminded Nigerians that, that singular act he exhibited had already started having effects on global politics as world leaders now willingly concede defeats to their?opponents when they lose elections according to Guardian.
- News 24