Jonathan to reveal more details about 2015 presidential election

– Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, says the book, ‘Against the Run of Play’ written by Segun Adeniyi, contains many distorted claims on the 2015 presidential election by many of the respondents

– Jonathan suggests there will obviously be more books on the issue of the 2015 presidential election by concerned Nigerians

– Meanwhile, prominent Ijaw groups and elders have told Jonathan to stop blaming his defeat in the 2015 presidential election on the North Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, says he will come out with a true account of what transpired in the 2015 presidential election.

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Jonathan made the statement when reacting to the much talked about book, ‘Against the Run of Play’ written by Segun Adeniyi, Chairman of the editorial board of This Day newspapers. The former president in a series of tweets on Saturday, April 29, on his verified Twitter handle, @GEJonathan, as well as his Facebook page, said the book as presented contains many distorted claims on the 2015 Presidential election by many of the respondents.

plusmilang.com recalls that Jonathan in an interview with Segun Adeniyi alleged that local and international conspirators helped President Muhammadu Buhari emerge victorious in the 2015 general election. The former president also suggested that election result in some parts of the country was inflated to favour Buhari.

Meanwhile, prominent Ijaw groups and elders have told Goodluck Jonathan, to stop blaming his defeat in the 2015 presidential election on the North.

The Ijaw leaders on Friday, April, 29, asked Jonathan to take responsibility for his defeat in the presidential election and come clean on the issues that led to his ouster from the presidency, Prominent Ijaw groups, Ijaw Youth Council (IYC) Worldwide and the Ijaw National Congress (INC), including some Ijaw leaders, have dismissed Jonathan’s claims that the North contributed to his defeat in the 2015 presidential election as untrue.

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