In the most accurate example of the changing nature of power, a photo has emerged of the official portrait of ex-president Goodluck Jonathan thrown on a rubbish pile in Abuja where he used to be quite popular as Nigeria’s leader. Goodluck Jonathan in his days as Nigeria’s president The photo was taken and posted by a Facebook user Malam Mustapha Yamusa Rigasa who noticed the once treasured portrait sitting on a pile of refuse behind Rivers state governor’s lodge in Abuja. Ex-president Goodluck Jonathan’s OFFICIAL portrait tight on a refuse dump in Abuja Read more: NAIJ.com however gathered that this is not the first time Jonathan’s portrait has made the dumb in the last two years since his exit from office. READ The picture below was acquired from a Naijaloaded report of November 29, 2015
which showed Jonathan’s official portrait receiving the same treatment as it just did at the Rivers state lodge. Jonathan’s portrait on a refuse dump back in November 2015. Photo: Naijaloaded The report however did not state were the picture of the portrait. READ ALSO: London terror attacker has a Nigerian father Goodluck Jonathan was President of Nigeria from 2010 to 2015. He was Vice-President of Nigeria from 2007 to 2010 and was Governor of Bayelsa State from 2005 to 2007. He remains a top member of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).