Jonathan to leaders, don’t use your position to punish people

Former President, Dr Goodluck Jonathan, on Sunday, advised leaders and the privileged in Nigeria not to use their positions to oppress people.

Jonathan gave the advice at a special thanksgiving service to celebrate the 50th birth anniversary of the General Overseer of Rock of Ages Christian Assembly International (RACAi), Pastor Charles Osazuwa, in Benin City.

He stated that because positions were temporary, leaders must learn not to use the positions to punish people as they would only be remembered for the impact they made on the society.

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