Former President Goodluck Jonathan has announced his decision to step away from active politics in the country.
According to Jonathan, his new focus would be on humanitarian ventures that are devoid of political partisanship.
He made this known in Yenagoa, when Governor Douye Diri inaugurated the state executive council of the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP.
The former President said: “Don’t be discouraged if you do not see me in most party activities in the state. I decided to appear in this event so that I will not be misunderstood.
“I’m shifting away from being an effective partisan politician because of my foundation.
“People who want to partner me felt that if you are a partisan leader in the country, they will eat with you with a long spoon.
“I felt that after serving as President of this country, I should go to some other areas where my services would be required.
“Through that process, I would be able to support the nation and the state in one way or the other.”