Nigeria’s ex-President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for the Nobel Peace Prize

Jonathan, who is being honoured for his democratic credentials and “upholding human rights in Africa” becomes the first African President to be so honoured.

He is to receive his honour on Thursday, January 21, 2016 at the group’s annual dinner in Geneva, Switzerland.

The Diplomatic Circle, which is a group of diplomats globally, have also scheduled Dr. Jonathan to deliver a keynote address at the event.


Earlier in the year, a public policy organisation on African affairs, the Africa Political and Economic Strategic Center (AFRIPOL) had also nominated Dr. Goodluck Jonathan for the Nobel Peace Prize.



Written by How Africa

One Comment

Leave a Reply
  1. Congratulations President Goodluck Ebelle Jonathan , you deserve that honor — Noble Peace Prize. May God Guide and Protect You Always.

Leave a Reply to Beverly 523 Cancel reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Why Nigeria’s President Buhari’s 2016 Budget of N6 Trillion is the Highest of All Time

22 Nigerians Bag Distinction From Dutch Business School