Goodluck Jonathan Bags Peace Award In Rwanda
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has urged African leaders to make life easy for their citizens.
The former Nigerian leader who spoke at the maiden edition of the African Heritage Concert and Awards in Kigali, Rwanda, on Saturday, said such leaders should be concerned about the legacies they are going leave behind.
Jonathan’s media aide Wealth Ominabo in a statement on Monday said the ex-President made the call after bagging the ‘African Democracy and Peace Icon Award,’ where he called on African leaders to avoid turning themselves into “bosses of the people”.
He stressed that the duty of leaders is to run their countries properly and efficiently, and “not to dehumanize human beings and make their lives difficult”.