Alaowei Broderick Bozimo, who served as Minister of Police Affairs in the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo has told the incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan to ignore his former boss and educate the electorate in his sterling achievements in the development of the country.
He posited the above while he spoke to Vanguard at his waterfront home in Warri, Delta State.
He said: “Obasanjo’s attacks on Jonathan don’t worry me. As you know, Obasanjo remains my boss. He is a friend and I respect him a lot. We worked well together but you know, Obasanjo the politician is not Obasanjo the friend that I know.
“So, in politics you don’t have permanent friends, you only have permanent interests. It doesn’t worry me because I remain totally loyal to the Jonathan Presidency and I believe that, because President Jonathan is not a do or die president.
“I believe that we should be patient. Like I said before, we will be surprised at what will happen on election day once the process is free and fair. It is not by how many bigwigs who are throwing their weights behind them.
“Eventually, the Nigerian electorate must decide the outcome of this election and I would advise the President to go on patiently, reminding Nigerians and the world of his achievements.
“The PDP should go into the social media. That is where the opposition seems to be making all the noise from. PDP should go to the social media and meet them word for word, project for project and I believe that the superior argument will prevail, more so when there are hard facts of Jonathan’s achievements.”