Jonathan to be back in Banjul after Abuja talks bear no fruit 

Feb 26, 2021, 11:02 AM

Goodluck Jonathan, the former Nigerian president is expected back in Banjul on 8 March 2021 as Abuja constitutional talks with Gambian party leaders failed. 

The Point has been informed that the Gambian political party leaders have arrived in Banjul on Thursday after they failed to agree on matters in Abuja. 

Earlier during the talks, Jonathan’s aide in Abuja, Ikechukwu Eze states: “Dr. Jonathan has been supporting the country’s ongoing constitutional review process to forge a workable national consensus since December 2020.”

“The session is to afford Dr. Jonathan and the party leaders in attendance an opportunity to undertake a collective review of the progress that has been registered since the inter-party dialogue began in December 2020, with some specific recommendations carried forward to January 2021.”

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