Previous President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has begged government officials to quit murdering the majority during decisions.
Jonathan said that what occurred in the last governorship political decision in Bayelsa and Kogi States was something that ought not to occur in any ordinary society.
Making reference to the Peoples Democratic Party’s ladies chief who was scorched to death in her home, in Kogi State during the surveys, the ex-president said something is on a very basic level amiss with the political framework.
He said that government officials were falling back on political overthrows as a substitute for military upsets, studying the marvel as awful the landmass.
Jonathan expressed this at the end of the week while talking for different awardees at the conference service of Igbinedion University Okada, in Ovia North East Local Government Area of Edo State.
What occurred in the last governorship races in my state, Bayelsa State, and particularly in Kogi State, where that youngster was singed alive in her home, is something that ought not to occur in any typical society. Something is in a general sense amiss with our political framework,” the previous President expressed.
“Just yesterday in Ndjamena, we were talking about the legislative issues of our mainland, a large portion of us previous Heads of States, Presidents, previous Presidents, Vice Presidents.
“The manner in which African legislative issues is going we are supplanting military upset with the political overthrow and that can’t support the mainland.
Give me a chance to beg my kindred legislators, they should quit slaughtering individuals, and obliterating properties since individuals need to possess workplaces,” he said.