Late Yar’Adua, My Boss Was A Soldier Of Truth, Committed To Justice, Equity – Jonathan

Ola ‘Kiya, Reporting

Former President Goodluck Jonathan has described his late boss, President Umaru Yar’Adua, as a soldier of truth, justice and equity.

Jonathan dropped the eulogies in his Facebook handle in commemoration of the late president’s 12th year of his demise.

Stonix News reports that President Jonathan, as Vice President, succeeded his boss after his demise after which he was voted into power for a four-year term which ended in 2015.

Remembering what stands late Yar’Adua out among other past presidents, Jonathan he was a “servant leader and a good man; the type that is hard to find.”

“Twelve years ago, our nation lost a patriot, a selfless leader and a peacemaker who governed with sincerity and passion for the people.

“President Umaru Yar’ Adua is no longer with us today, but his strides in public life continue to testify for him and keep his memory alive.

“Like a good athlete, he ran with passion, kept the faith and finished the race.

“Today, we can look back and say, as President, he won laurels for us in terms of peace and other worthy causes he successfully pursued.

“He was a soldier of truth, committed to justice, equity and other democratic virtues.

“He was a servant-leader and a good man; the type that is hard to find. He was my boss.

“President Yar’Adua, we remember you today and will continue to remember the good works that you did in our nation.

“Yours is a story of patriotism, a life well-lived in service to the people and humanity,” GEJ enthused glowingly.

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