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Photospeak: Jonathan, Amaechi in Port Harcourt  print

Published on June 30, 2013 by   ·   20 Comments

Jonathan and Amaechi: Just watch the grin on the faces of the two men

And now the serious look: feelings can't be concealed. mirth, where at thou?

Anyway: You be the judge here; what could be going on in the minds of the sons of South South here? All Photo Credit: State House

Governor Rotimi Amaechi, governor of Rivers State and chairman of the Nigerian Governors Forum, was at the Port Harcourt International Airport Saturday to receive President Goodluck Jonathan, who was on transit to Abuja from his home state of Bayelsa.

Meeting few days after a frosty encounter in Aso Villa, Abuja, bystanders could not conceal their amazement that the two men could shake hands, with Amaechi and his cabinet around to play the perfect hosts.

But photographs speak louder than words. Just peruse the three photographs here and make up your mind, whether the two men have ended their political feud.

Jonathan and Amaechi: Just watch the grin on the faces of the two men

Jonathan and Amaechi: Just watch the grin on the faces of the two men

And now the serious look: feelings can't be concealed. mirth, where at thou?

And now the serious look: feelings can’t be concealed. mirth, where at thou?

Anyway: You be the judge here; what could be going on in the minds of the sons of South South here? All Photo Credit: State House

Anyway: You be the judge here; what could be going on in the minds of the sons of South South here? All Photo Credit: State House

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20 Comments for “Photospeak: Jonathan, Amaechi in Port Harcourt”

  1. Barns

    God wil watch and judge them better. HE has the right to punish who is wrong and equally reward who is right

  2. Enang Efiok

    In politics no permanent enemy rather permanent interest. INTEREST is still in their mind. Thats politics for you.

  3. Ibe Uche

    God bless Nigeria God bless Africa

  4. What we need is to ignore newspapers comments on the issue between the president and Governor Amechi. These are two brothers and bed of the same political party. They know how to settle their differences. Nigerian should be careful on how we make comments without looking at issues on ground critically.

  5. Leigh

    Good for them

  6. emeka

    pls,pm news publish to us wat is the cause of the grim look on their faces.

  7. olagbebikan

    When husband and wife quarrel you must be careful ,otherwise they will use you or your role to settle when they reach their marital bed.So be careful!

  8. Biyi

    My people that is politics for you.No permanent enemy and no permanent friends.may God help us.

  9. mpi

    paul why do u call amaechi fool and idiot? wot did he do wrong? pls tell us.

  10. joan Agboro

    All we are sa-y-i-n-g let there be Progress in our land.

  11. romeo

    Amaechi d fastest guy. Only God knows ur mind. But can u b faster than ur shadow. U hav mistaken softness n humbleness 4 stupidity. U are a betrayer dat must b betrayed. U are indeed a crook n a criminally mded fellow. U can only fool some pple sometimes n not all d pple all d time. President Gudluck is not a baby as u think, but a man dat is slow 2 anger n very democratic in every ramifications or endeavour. Rivers majority says gud nite n bye 2 a tyrant.

  12. Patrick John

    Gud for them

  13. Morgan collins

    See eh….. fellow Nigerians, d no there selfs so let them b.

  14. JN Zull

    I pray for their re-union, may God bless our land

  15. Oloyede Kola

    That is what they called politics,they were playing game,2014 i,ll justify winner.

  16. E B E NWANKPA

    Constructive engagement is good for our budding democracy. Both Goodluck and Amaechi will emerge stronger and wiser from their differences. We are however, looking for synergy that will propel Rivers State into the 21st Century after many years of slow development..

  17. Excel

    God bless the two young political. Goodluck amechi

  18. Zion-king

    Shames to does who want to divid the house,

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