6 Years After Dame Patience Jonathan Left Office As First Lady, See Her Recent Photos

6 Years After Dame Patience Jonathan Left Office As First Lady, See Her Recent Photos

If there is one first lady whom Nigerians miss the most, it is the wife of Nigeria’s former president, Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, not just because she was once a First Lady, but also because she acted in that position with all her core. Patience, Dame Jonathan is Nigeria’s former First Lady, whose image is still etched in the minds of Nigerians, especially for her outpouring of support when the Chibok girls were kidnapped by Boko Haram terrorists during her husband’s government.

 

 

When thinking about Boko Haram’s bad actions, she was moved to tears when she continued to shout: “Yes, there is a God! Really, there is a God!” Since seeing the manner in which they shed blood, she burst into tears.

She became Nigeria’s first lady in 2009, after the death of Musa Yar’Adua, which resulted in Goodluck Jonathan’s appointment as Vice President, and she held the role in 2011 after her husband’s victory in the 2011 Presidential Election.

How Has Dame Patience Jonathan Changed 6 Years After Leaving Office As First Lady?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

It’s been six years since she left power, and Dame Patience Jonathan is now more radiant than she was when she was still the First Lady, thanks to the fact that she is no longer under mental or physical tension. When her husband is attending a party, she is often seen with him. Dame Patience Jonathan is well-known for amusing Nigerians and bringing smiles to their faces with her English, which includes phrases such as “There is God O!” and “Na Just You Waka Come.”

Mummy Patience has developed into a lovely lady who enjoys complete peace of mind. Which one of her favorite

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