Danjuma also emphasised that he was not a member of any of the political parties.He was addressing State House journalists yesterday after meeting behind closed-doors with President Jonathan at the Presidential Villa, Abuja.Danjuma arrived the president’s official residence at about 9.30am and left at exactly 9.42am.Flanked by Jonathan and some presidential aides, Danjuma told journalists that he just arrived from a foreign trip and visited the president to know how things were going in Nigeria. He noted that his discussion with the president was confidential asking the journalists not to speculate. Asked what he discussed with the president, Danjuma said: “Confidential. Don’t speculate. I came to visit the president and find out how things are going. I have been abroad. I just came back.”On whether he was going to canvass support, specifically, for Jonathan in the coming presidential election, Danjuma responded: “I don’t canvass. I am not in any of the political parties. The president is the president of the country.”The former defence minister, however, did not say he was canvassing support for any particular candidate in the election.
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