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Why Jonathan Was Named The ISCP Chairman

Former Nigeria’s President Goodluck Jonathan has been appointment as Chairman, International Summit Council for Peace (ISCP)-Africa, an association of incumbent and former heads of state and their deputies, established in 2019 by the Universal Peace Federation (UPF) which is an organization in general consultative status with the United Nations (UN)

The appointment came in recognition of his leadership qualities as a democrat as well as his resounding success in peace keeping efforts across the world.

In a congratulatory message to him by the Peoples’ Democratic Party (PDP), signed by Kola Ologbondiyan the National Publicity Secretary of the party, the party expressed their happiness that former President Jonathan is so honoured to hold the position previously held by late President Kenneth Kaunda of Zambia as well as late President Benjamin Mkapa of the Republic of Tanzania, because of his commitment to education and human capital development, which is in line with the ideals of the PDP.

They also urged him to use the positions to further the advancement of peace and development in Africa and the world at large considering his wealth of experience.

President Jonathan was also recently given an appointment as the Chancellor of Cavendish University, Uganda (CUU).

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