Jonathan wasn’t “defeated” in bid to become AU Chairman – Reno Omokri

The Special Assistant to President Goodluck Jonathan on New Media has joined what is shaping up to be an aggressive pushback by the president’s aides against reports they consider inaccurate.

In Tweets posted less than an hour ago, Reno Omokri insists that the president in fact facilitated the election of the President of the Republic of Benin. See his Tweets below:

renoomokri Thus, it becomes obvious that Pres. Jonathan rather than being “defeated” by Pres. Boni actually facilitated his emergence as AU Chair.

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renoomokri His preference was for ECOWAS to adopt another country, in order to promote a sense of belonging Nigeria, having led AU 4 times in the past.

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renoomokri Pres. GEJ in his capacity as ECOWAS Chairman, summoned a mini-Summit of ECOWAS at the AU Comm. Headquarters on Saturday, January 28, 2012.

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renoomokri Pres. GEJ resolved that it would be difficult to combine 3 positions of leading Nigeria, ECOWAS and the AU. He therefore rejected the offer.

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renoomokri Pres. GEJ was indeed approached by leaders within/outside the W. African sub-region to take up the task of leading the AU for the next year.

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29 minutes ago

renoomokri This report is false. There was no contest in the first place and President Jonathan was not a candidate for the AU Chairmanship position.

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renoomokri Its come to our attention that some media reported that Pres Jonathan was defeated by Pres Boni in the “contest” to elect a new AU Chair.

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