Senator Ali Ndume has openly apologised to former President Goodluck Jonathan for criticising his adminisration strongly.
Acccording to him, “Nigerians don’t value what they have until they lose it.”
Thee federal lawmaker make this remark during the launch of a book written by Dr. Susana Adams.
“I want to appreciate Mr. President (Jonathan). As they say, you never know what you have until you lose it. Nigerians now know that”, he said.
Ndume while thanking God concerning Jonathan’s life, stressed that the former President changed the political culture and landscape of this country.
“You don’t know how great you are in the eyes of those that were skeptical, those that didn’t know you and those that did not come close to you,” he added.
The Senator also used the opportunity to explain the potracted legal battle over his alleged ties with the Boko Haram sect.
“I went to court for six years. When I was vindicated, I had the opportunity to run into him (Jonathan). He said, ‘Ndume, you have been patient and God has vindicated you, take this as a part of blessings from the Almighty’.”