Former President Goodluck Jonathan has visited Zimbabwe ahead of the country’s upcoming general elections, which is a significant development.
Zimbabweans will utilize their democratic right to vote for new leaders on August 23 in a significant step.
In a recent update on his official Facebook page, Jonathan announced his presence in Harare on Saturday, just days before the highly awaited elections.
In a statement, the former President confirmed his participation in a critical mission to Zimbabwe. He stated that he was in charge of assembling a team of African Union (AU) and Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) observers to monitor the upcoming elections. He conveyed his hope for a fruitful and enlightening meeting.
In a statement, the individual thanked Zimbabwe’s government, the African Union (AU), and the Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA), as well as Ambassador Zachariah Ifu and other Nigerian High Commission employees.