Lessons From President Jonathan’s Loss: It’s Lonely At The Top

The way this life works, when you’re winning everyone wants be close to you, but when you’re losing, you’re almost like a plague to avoid. We can all learn this lesson from President Jonathan’s post election experience at Aso Rock Presidential Villa. According to City People, at the presidential prayer breakfast, the president noted that the congregation numbers at the Aso Villa Chapel has dwindled. This same Chapel used to be completely filled up.

It is also interesting to note that the majority of people who work in Aso Rock did not vote for him. There is another lesson here. Those who surround you do not necessarily approve of you.

Well, it does appear that the President will have a big mansion in Otueke to keep him company. Whether it will be filled up, we’ll have to see about that. My bet is no. Unless of course, he finds a way to become highly influential once out of the Villa.

President Jonathan, Gen. Gowon, Chief Shonekan & Pastor Oritsejafor at the 5th Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Apr 25.
President Jonathan, Gen. Gowon, Chief Shonekan & Pastor Oritsejafor at the 5th Presidential Prayer Breakfast, Apr 25.|Reuben Abati
President Jonathan at 5th Presidential Breakfast Prayer, urges leaders to make sacrifices for the nation, April 25.
President Jonathan at 5th Presidential Breakfast Prayer, urges leaders to make sacrifices for the nation, April 25.|Reuben Abati
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