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Sunday, 8 October 2017

Ex-US Ambassador Says Patience Jonathan Was Arrogant As First Lady

A former United States Ambassador to Nigeria, John Campbell, has described former President Goodluck Jonathan’s wife, Patience, as being arrogant and flamboyant when she was Nigeria’s first lady.





In a piece he wrote on Friday, ‘Nigerian President Buhari’s Sisyphean Efforts’, and posted on Council on Foreign Relations’ website, Campbell also wondered how Jonathan’s wife became wealthy having spent most of her life as a civil servant.

The ex-US envoy stated, “Patience Jonathan as the first lady was flamboyant, arrogant, and widely disliked. She has yet to be convicted of a crime. However, it is curious how a person who spent most of her career in public service could accumulate an acknowledged $35 million in a poor country.”

edited from Punch

14 comments:

Honeybunny said...

I believe him. The only reason they enter politics is 2 amass wealth 4 themselves, not for the benefit of the masses. No wonder they fight & play dirty.

The Psycho Guy!! said...

And people call GEJ the best president. Fucking weakling.

Bootylycious diva said...

yes she was arrogant ,but we like her like that ,abeg your leave our mama peace alone ,just be ordinary cleaner to governor in Nigeria and see how rich you will become over night , talkless of wife of the president of the federal republic of Nigeria.I weep for my country Nigeria , money that can give Nigeria steady power supply for a life time is one persons hands , then calculate how many have such money in their possession and you do understand that Nigeria is a big joke.

DON™ said...

She was the one controlling the weakling president. Jonathan was a total mistake, a man that can't even govern his home.

kowmah said...

Mama peace, she stole na, how else, national cake is for the elite only, which way Nigeria

Anonymous said...

Are you for real? I seriously find it difficult to comprehend when I see comments based on sentiments. It’s time we begin to make unemotional comments so we can influence the younger generation. I know our leaders aren’t helping matters but we can change that when we begin to focus and demand good governance, transparency, accountability from leaders in government, corporate institutions and even our communities. Let’s set the pace now. May God unite us so we can fight and change our situation soon.

Elastic said...

Best President bawo...? I voted against Jonathan but Buhari is a nemesis.


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Bootylycious diva said...

so anonymous orubebe you just read someones comment and jump to conclusion ,anyway let me remind you of a word called sarcasm check it out.

Anonymous said...

They are ignorant fools, GEJ did so much harm to Nigeria.
It's really sad.

Anonymous said...

Booty, you like her like that, se oro niyen?
Na wa for you people.

Mcedar said...

Your talk no just make sense anonymous

Lala said...

Her arrogance alienated a lot of people from her husband. It helped to ruin him. Jonathan allowed a lot of nonsense. We have to all stand together without sentiments to keep these politicians accountable regardless of what region they come from. The only class here is rich and poor.

Anonymous said...

There’s nothing like sacarsm on your comment. You probably think that’s what you wrote but it’s a supportive argument from what I read.

Anonymous said...

Wait who asked for his opinion? Na becos she no give you some?
Bad belle British wey dey benefit from crisis in Nigeria. Go and solve your own problems!!!! Anumpama.!!!

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