APGA Chairman Sends Heartwarming Message to Nigeria’s Former President as He Bags New Appointment
The national chairman of the All Progressives Congress, Edozie Njoku, has congratulated former president, Goodluck Jonathan, on his appointment as the ambassador of Africa’s Agricultural Technology.
Jonathan’s appointment as Africa’s Ambassador was confirmed by the African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF) on Friday, December 2.
Reacting to the news of the former president’s appointment, Njoku said he is deeply excited about the potential such opportunities will bring to Nigeria and Africa as a whole.
Also stating that Jonathan’s appointment by AATF, a renowned foundation Njoku said this act sets the former president apart as the torchbearer of the future development in Africa.
“Congratulations on your appointment as Africa’s Agricultural Technology Ambassador by the African Agricultural Technology Foundation (AATF). I am deeply excited by your new role, because of its potential.
“Your appointment portrays AATF as a renowned foundation with foresight.
“This new feather added to your many feathers sets you apart as the torchbearer of the future development in Africa.”
A call for partnership
Further calling for a possible partnership between the former president and his party, APGA, Njoku said Jonathan’s new role will fresh path for food security in Africa.
“As you assume this new demanding role which will create a new path in Africa’s food security, I wish to bring to your notice that our Party, the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) has a profound Agricultural master plan that can bring about a great partnership.”
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The factional chairman of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA), Edozie Njoku on Wednesday, November 30, regained his freedom from the Suleja correctional facility over alleged forgery of a Supreme Court judgment.
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Njoku was granted bail on self-recognition by the Federal Capital Territory High Court sitting in the Bwari area of the Federal Capital Territory.
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