Former President Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan arrived in Banjul this evening to continue to support the process of building national consensus and backing for the ongoing constitutional review process in The Gambia.
This was contained in a statement signed by the Special Adviser to Jonathan, Mr Ikechukwu Eze Tia morning.
Jonathan is returning to the country two weeks after he visited Banjul to facilitate the consultations for advancing the interparty dialogue meant to garner the required support for a draft constitution currently being reviewed by the Gambian parliament.
The former Nigerian President’s invitation to The Gambia as a well-respected international statesman came as a result of broad consultations among different stakeholders in the country.
During his visit last December, he was said to have made reasonable progress in his bid to get the political parties to reconcile their differences and give the draft constitution a fresh chance of being passed by the parliament.