Three former Nigerian leaders, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo, General Ibrahim Babangida (rtd) and General Abdulsalami Abubakar (rtd) yesterday met behind closed doors in Minna, the capital of Niger State.
LEADERSHIP gathered that the meeting which lasted for over two hours was held at the hilltop home of former military president, IBB.
It was learnt that visitors who usually besiege Babangida’s house were streamlined, with some of them stopped from entering the house ahead of the arrival of former President Obasanjo at about 3:00pm yesterday.
Before the arrival of Obasanjo, former head of state, General Abubakar was already in IBB’s house waiting.
On arrival, Niger State governor, Abubakar Sani Bello, recieved Obasanjo at Minna airport and took him to IBB home at hill top without official retinue.
Sources told LEADERSHIP that the governor led Obasanjo to the inner chamber where the duo of IBB and Abubakar were waiting.
It was learnt that after the usual pleasantries, even the closest domestic and security staff in the house were excused from the inner chamber at the time the meeting went into closed door.
It was also gathered that the Niger State governor who initially received Obasanjo later left the three elder statesmen.
The former leaders met for over two hours before Obasanjo left the state at about 6:00pm.
Details of the meeting were still not known at the time of writing this report, but a source close to one of the former leaders told our correspondent that the former leaders may have discussed some crucial national issues.
Reference: Guardian Ng