Buhari greets ex President Goodluck Jonathan on 64th birthday as mama Patience sings off key for him
Buhari sings for Jonathan in a video.
Former Nigerian president, Goodluck Jonathan, turned 64 on November 20 while on a private jet and his wife, Patience, made it worth remembering.
In a trending video online, Patience was seen singing a birthday song for her husband in an off-key voice.
Watch video in the plane here https://www.instagram.com/p/CWfyfZrtCmN/
Not stopping there, the former first lady described Goodluck as her loving husband as they cheered to mark the celebration.
Patience who while being the First Lady had said to Nigerians, “I am your mother”, alongside a group of others sang a birthday song for Goodluck Jonathan.
However, the former first lady’s voice stood out the most seeing as she was singing off-key.
Patience Jonathan amuses Nigerians after singing offkey for husband on 64th birthday.
At a point during the rendition, Patience also referred to Goodluck Jonathan as her loving husband and others aboard the private jet laughed before they toasted to the big day.
The Warri madam paid more attention to her husband while sitting opposite him in the aircraft with her seat belt well fastened that she forgot to tell someone there in the aircraft, “Na you alone waka come?” (A welcomed Nigerian phrase now meaning did you come alone?)
Patmos Media Line observed that the joyous former President Jonathan who is the first Nigerian President to hold a PhD grinned like a school boy.
People who reacted on Linda Ekeji blog said they missed mama Patience instead of the celebrant for all her sayings while in office. Nigerians twisted some like “I just dey waka pass” (I am just passing bye).
President Muhammadu Buhari sent his greetings to former President Goodluck Jonathan.
On behalf of the government and people of Nigeria, I greet Dr. Goodluck Jonathan on his 64th birthday anniversary.
I congratulate you on your service to Nigeria, and your work for the peace and advancement of democracy on the African continent.
You have continued to expand the boundaries of leadership, demonstrating the power of focus, consistency and diligence; reminding us all that serving the country and humanity requires sacrifice, and ultimately placing the interest of others above personal gains.
As you turn 64, I send warm greetings to you and your family, praying that the Almighty God will continue to sustain you all in good health and all-round wellbeing.
Watch this Buhari video song for Jonathan.