Look at the kinda reception GEJ received in Sokoto when he arrived to commiserate with Dasuki’s family over the death of their father
Residents of Sokoto beg 'Baba Jonathan' to come back
Former President Goodluck Jonathan visited the family of the late Ibrahim Dasuki on Thursday, where he was accorded a rousing reception..
Dasuki, a late Sultan of Sokoto died on Monday, November 14.
He was the father of Colonel Sambo Dasuki (rtd), who was Jonathan's National Security Adviser during his tenure as president.
Jonathanvisited the Sultan of Sokoto and the family of his National Security Advisers, Dasuki Sambo over the death of late Alhaji Ibrahim Dasuki a former Sultan who died at the age of 93.
Many of the Sokoto residents who came to welcome Jonathan to the ancient city of Sokoto carried placards some with the inscription 'Come back Baba Jonathan'.
Come back ‘Baba Jonathan’, Sokoto residents beg
Jonathan condoled with the Dasuki family and the Sokoto monarchy.
“I travelled to Sokoto this afternoon to condole with the family of the late Former Sultan Alhaji Ibrahim Dasuki and the current Monarch,” Jonathan wrote on his Twitter page.
“I thank the Dasuki Family, the Sultan, the Government and the good people of Sokoto State for their warm welcome and wonderful hospitality.”
- with online reports