Goodluck Jonathan, Zimbabwe’s former president, has arrived in the country ahead of the country’s upcoming elections.
On August 23, Zimbabweans would vote in a new government.
In a post on his official Facebook page, Jonathan revealed that he had landed in Harare the day before the elections.
The ex-president said he was looking forward to leading the Joint African Union (AU), Common Market for Eastern and Southern Africa (COMESA) Mission to Zimbabwe to watch the elections.
“I thank the Zimbabwean Government, the AU, and COMESA, as well as Ambassador Zachariah Ifu and other officials of the Nigerian High Commission, for a warm reception,” he said.