Behold ‘Field Marshal’ Goodluck Jonathan (PICTURES Included)

President Jonathan disembarking from the newly inaugurated Armoured Personnel Carrier, “Igirigi APC” manufactured by Nigerian Army Engineering Corps, after test driving in Jaji, Kaduna State…yesterday He has said he is neither a General nor a Pharaoh. But yesterday, he looked every inch a Field Marshal, a rank no living or dead Nigerian leader has ever attained.

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The Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, at the inauguration of a production line for arms and ammunition by the Army, frowned like a soldier as he took the salute. Not that he did not smile intermittently, but his countenance, for most of the time he gracefully wore his Field Marshal rank, was soldierly. He shook hands and smiled excitedly when a sharp, brisk salute would have been just okay. But Dr. Jonathan looked good in his customised army camouflage/ combat uniform.

The President feels at home anywhere he goes. When in the Southeast, he becomes an Igbo man decking the traditional dress with a red cap.

The last time he visited Ibadan, Oyo State, he adorned buba and sokoto, with the abeti aja cap to complement it. When in the North, the babariga sits pretty on him as though he were one of them.

He has felt at ease in Tiv attires, just like Idoma clothes have seen in him a perfect frame.

On Saturday, when he was in Benin to campaign for the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), he became a Bini man, with red beads dangling on his neck.

He has also been momentarily Navy and Air Force officer. But his outing yesterday caused more than a stir in some circles. The President wearing a Field Marshal rank—perhaps the first to do so in recent times— sure takes the icing.

JAJI, AZUIBIKE CONDUCTING GOODLUCK ROUND THE CAR

JAJI, AZUIBIKE CONDUCTING GOODLUCK ROUND THE CAR

JAJI, GOODLUCK INAUGURATING THE CAR WITH SERIAKE, OBADA, AZUIBIKE

JAJI, GOODLUCK INAUGURATING THE CAR WITH SERIAKE, OBADA, AZUIBIKE

JAJI, GOODLUCK, YAKOWA, AZUIBIKE AND OBADA

JAJI, GOODLUCK, YAKOWA, AZUIBIKE AND OBADA

JAJI, YAKOWA, GOODLUCK, AZUBIKE AND PETINRIN

JAJI, YAKOWA, GOODLUCK, AZUBIKE AND PETINRIN

DICON, DG, GOODLUCK, OBADA AND PETINRIN

DICON, DG, GOODLUCK, OBADA AND PETINRIN

DICON, DG, GOODLUCK, YAKOWA AND OBADA

DICON, DG, GOODLUCK, YAKOWA AND OBADA

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  1. Anonymous Reply

    I believe d cloth was jst hang on him..

  2. Anonymous Reply

    it doesnt even suits him ordinary civilian wearing combatant uniform.

  3. karls blog Reply

    it doesn’t hurt seeing him decked with the field marshal uniform,As the commander -in-chief hez entitled

  4. General Reply

    Behold jonathan & seriake azuibuke @ it again simply,indirectly telling nigerians dat he is here 2 stay like any military man dat attains d rank in a military regime.Lol! But dis is a disgrace 2d uniform,allowing a bloody civilian 2 wear d uniform wit d highest rank. Mtttsssccchhhewww.it luks fyn on him though

    • as Reply

      dont be A GOAt my friend

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