In 2023, will Jonathan return to power? Ex-President Takes Important Step

There is a lot of chatter about Goodluck Ebele Jonathan returning to the presidency of Nigeria in the next presidential election.

In truth, many Nigerians, particularly those from the south-south, are working behind the scenes to make this happen.

According to insiders, Jonathan has already met with those who are drumming up support for his re-election bid in 2023.

According to reports, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has met with stakeholders in the south-south who are working to ensure his re-election in 2023.

According to The Nation, the former president was in a meeting with regional officials to plan his alleged comeback to power.

Following his meeting with Buhari, Jonathan is alleged to have visited with leaders from the south-south.

The meeting was reportedly held on Monday, December 27, 2021, at Aridolf Hotels and Spars in Yenagoa, the state capital of Bayelsa.

According to the newspaper, the crucial meeting took place after Jonathan paid a visit to President Muhammadu Buhari in Abuja on December 23, 2021.

In 2023, GEJ will be re-elected president, and a well-known Nigerian preacher will deliver a prophecy with a requirement for its fulfillment.

Meanwhile, Prize F. Aluko, a prominent pastor at the Abuja-based church The Resurrected Assembly (GROM), forecasted Jonathan’s re-election in 2023.

In a recent prophetic proclamation, Pastor Aluko revealed that Jonathan resigned office in 2015 because God had prepared him for some future tasks.

GROM’s spiritual leader went on to say that now that God had prepared the former president, it was time to pursue what the Almighty had in mind for him, which was the presidency.

However, the cleric told Jonathan that in order to achieve this, he would have to leave the Peoples Democratic Party and join the All Progressives Congress’s camp (APC).

He stated, “

“The Lord has stated that Jonathan’s (Jonathan’s) chapter in the PDP is over, and a new chapter in his political journey has begun, not in the PDP, but in the APC.” To be able to fulfill his presidential mandate, he must align himself with God’s purpose and will for his life.

“God enabled him to step down from the presidency so that He could train him in the aspects of what He intended him to perform. He will be able to fulfill that duty now that God has brought him back.”

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