Former President Goodluck Jonathan lists expectations from Biden

Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, the Former President of Nigeria has congratulated Joe Biden and Kamala Harris, on their victory at the United States 2020 Presidential Election.

Jonathan, in a statement on Sunday, gave his expectations of a Biden presidency.

The former Nigerian leader said he believes that the US President elect will further tackle COVID-19 and also work towards global peace and prosperity after the pandemic is over.

Her further noted that the emergence of Biden and Harris is not just historic, but a glimpse of what the future where race, gender and religion do not matter as much as competence and capacity.

According to him, “The best predictor of future behaviour is past behaviour, and based on his tenure as Vice President of the United States of America, between 2008 and 2016, I am fully persuaded that as President, Mr Biden will provide national and global leadership that will set the post COVID19 world on a path of peace and prosperity.

“In a nation much in need of healing, I urge the incoming administration to look beyond party, and be magnanimous in victory, despite the contentious election, and to take all Americans, even those who were against their election, as brothers and sisters from the womb of one Mother, the United States of America.”

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He advised Biden to partner with African nations to overcome the vicissitudes of the pandemic, by building on existing trade and expanding on new frontiers for cooperation.

Jonathan acknowledged that Harris would make history as the first woman and first person of African American ancestry to be elected as Vice President of the United States.

The former Bayelsa Governor described her emergence as one big step for her, and one giant leap for the Black Race and the female gender.

“I pray that God will bless their joint tenure, and that in four years from now, we will have a better world because of their administration”, the statement added.

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