”He was a President like no other”- Goodluck Jonathan remembers his former boss Umaru Musa Yar’Adua on his 10th year death anniversary
Former President, Goodluck Jonathan took to social media on Tuesday morning to pay glowing tribute to his friend and former boss, Umaru Musa Yar’Adua who died on May 5, 2010, exactly 10 years today.
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In his tribute, Jonathan who worked as Yar’Adua’s Vice from from 2007 to 2010 and became President after he passed away, described the former leader as one who exemplified selflessness, typical modesty and exceptional flair.
Read his tribute below
It has been a decade since His Excellency President Umar Musa Yar’Adua was snatched by the cold hands of death. On this day, every year, his image fills our consciousness as a mark of his selflessness, typical modesty and exceptional flair.
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He was a President like no other who lived and died for the sake of his country. He stood on the side of the people, toiling day and night to make their lives better.
President Yar’Adua built strong bridges of hope, love and understanding for which he became a force for national unity and positive change across our blessed land.
In many ways he stood out. He had an accommodating spirit and enormous goodwill that secreted a web around our national fault lines to strengthen the bond; thus leaving for his successors the task of reinforcing the band.
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President Yar’Adua no doubt left enduring legacies in his wholehearted devotion to the ideals of democracy, respect for peoples’ rights, freedoms and reason for living as well as commitment to the rule of law and laws of equity and justice.
I will continue to remember President Yar’Adua as a colleague and boss who became my brother and friend.