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Peaceful Living Is An Ideal From Which I Drew Strength, Inspiration – Jonathan
Former president, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has diclosed where he derive his inspiration and strength.
In a post on his Facebook page, extracted from speech excerpt presented at International Leadership Conference in Seoul, South Korea, on Friday, Jonathan said his strength and inspiration comes from living of the people, adding that it has been a philosophy he had adopted since leaving Aso Rock as Nigeria’s President.
Jonathan, who was seen in a group picture with other leaders at the conference, said for the remaining time he have on earth “Promoting peace and supporting efforts toward consolidating democracy” in Africa is what he has committed to do.
He further revealed to work along with well meaning citizens across race, who, in all content of being happy and peaceful, shares same dream with him to promoting culture of good governance.
In his words: “The idea of peaceful living is an ideaI from which I drew strength and inspiration as a public servant in my country. It is the philosophy to which I have committed myself since leaving office as President of Nigeria in 2015.
“Promoting peace and supporting efforts toward consolidating democracy in Africa is a commitment to which I will continue to apply my time.
“My approach to this cause is to continue to work with all welI-meaning citizens of the world who share the view that the people’s happiness derives from a culture of good governance. Such happiness and the attendant sense of belonging comes principally from the citizen’s confidence in those who govern and how they govern.”