Another man has started a long journey from Abuja to the hometown of President Goodluck Jonathan in Otuoke, Bayelsa State.
Oladele John Nihi, an indigene of Kogi State began his journey on May 4 at 6 am from Abuja. He hoped to be at Otuoke before May 29 when Jonathan will officially handover to Buhari.
He said he was motivated to embark on his adventure because he believed President Jonathan did Nigerians a lot of good by accepting his defeat at the presidential polls quickly. A moved he believed would strengthen Nigeria’s democracy.
“This is to honour democratic hero, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan for sustaining our Democracy and for keeping to his promise of free, fair and transparent election, President Jonathan deserves the stress.
“Most importantly proving that indeed no blood of any Nigerian is worth his ambition, I chose to celebrate him by trekking".