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Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan has wade into the speculation making rounds on social media containing his take on the issues between the people of Niger Delta and Biafra .
The African cherished Democrat expressed Saturday through a statement signed by his Spokesperson, Ikechukwu Eze noted that the speech claiming he spoke against Biafra did not emanate from him.
He said the social media concentrated speech which sparked concern earlier in 2017 by an unknown source was duly refuted and should be seen as closed.
Jonathan regretted that same hate-filled content made its way again on social platforms claiming he spoke during an event in Texas, the United States on the relationship concerning the people of Niger Delta and South East.
The PDP leader maintained that the story which is recycled remains close as a disclaimer is publicised to that regard
“We want to clearly state, as we did in 2017, that there was no such event involving the former President and that Dr Goodluck Jonathan will never present such a sloppy and hate-filled speech.