Jonathan visits Polling Places in Monrovia with members of West African Elders Forum

By Chibuike Nwabuko

Abuja (Sundiata Post) – The former Nigerian President. Dr. Goodluck Jonathan has visited some polling places in Monrovia with members of the West African Elders Forum (WAEF) as voting begins at today’s presidential run-off election.

Disclosing this via his facebook page, Jonathan urge the candidates of the two parties and their supporters in this run-off polls, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) and the Unity Party (UP), to prioritise the peace and unity of the country and work for the successful completion of the election.

The full statement reads in full:

I visited some polling places in Monrovia with members of the West African Elders Forum (WAEF) as voting begins at today’s presidential run-off election.

We urge the candidates of the two parties and their supporters in this run-off polls, the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) and the Unity Party (UP), to prioritise the peace and unity of the country and work for the successful completion of the election.
-GEJ

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