Only voters can remove elected leaders –Jonathan

Only voters can remove elected leaders –Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan on Saturday in Lagos restated the opposition of Nigeria and the African Union to the unconstitutional elimination of any democratically-elected executive.

A observation by means of his different Adviser on Media and Publicity, Dr. Reuben Abati, quoted the President as talking whereas granting target market to Ambassador Raouf  Saad, special Envoy of the interim President of Egypt, Mr. Adly Mansour, on the  State house, Marina, Lagos.

Jonathan, who arrived Lagos on Friday for the inauguration of the Idimu Police Housing estate named after him, had travelled to Togo after the inauguration and back to the previous nation’s capital the place he has been having private conferences with individuals and groups.

The President used to be mentioned to have informed the different envoy that the Federal government maintains its stand that best the citizens in any us of a have the constitutional right to take away an elected chief.

Welcoming the reassurance by means of Saad that the Egyptian military were not at the moment involved in the daily administration of the united states of america, Jonathan reportedly advised the interim govt to do the whole thing within its powers to return Egypt to democratic rule as quick as that you can imagine.

The remark learn, “The President told the unique envoy that Egypt used to be crucial to Africa and that Nigeria and the African Union will, subsequently, supply the usa all vital support to ensure that it returns to the path of constitutionalism and political stability as speedy as that you can think of.

“He condemned up to date terrorist activities on Mount Sinai and reaffirmed the Federal government’s full commitment to working with the rest of the sector to fight terrorism, saying that no individual or staff has the fitting to intimidate others with acts of terror.”

Saad used to be said to be in Lagos to brief Jonathan on the current state of affairs in Egypt in opposition to the history of the opposition of Nigeria and the AU to the unconstitutional change of presidency in Egypt and the usa’s suspension from the continental body.

The Egyptian envoy was once stated to have praised Nigeria’s leadership position in Africa and sought Jonathan’s recommendation on how Egypt might very best overcome its present difficulties.