Segun Adeniyi's book, "Against the Run of Play" contains distorted claims - Jonathan

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"The three majority ethnic groups in Nigeria can always sort themselves out but not so for the minority", said Obasanjo, who expressed regrets in his role in the emergence of Jonathan.

He alleged that Jonathan's signing of the anti-gay marriage bill made the Barack Obama administration to work against him.

In an advance copy of "Against the Run of Play", a book written by Segun Adeniyi, a renowned journalist, Babangida Aliyu, former Niger state governor and ex-chairman of the Northern Governors Forum, gave a hint of possible USA involvement in the electoral trouncing of Jonathan.

Jonathan made the allegations in a new book out today called Against The Run of Play, which documents how he became the first Nigerian incumbent head of state to lose an election.

"There will obviously be more books like that on this subject by concerned Nigerians".

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"President Barack Obama and his officials made it clear to me by their actions that they wanted a change of government in Nigeria and were ready to do anything to achieve that objective".

Tambuwal, as speaker, eventually defected from the PDP to the then opposition - the All Progressives Congress (APC). Jonathan said United States laws prohibiting arms sales to countries with poor rights records 'made the war against Boko Haram very hard.

He also said that if Jonathan had declined to re-contest and had allowed the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to field a young candidate from the north, President Muhammadu Buhari would have pulled out of the race.

Meanwhile, Mark blamed Jonathan for his failure to win the 2015 general elections.

"The US advocated a free, fair and transparent election". We congratulated President Jonathan on having handed over power peacefully in 2015 having lost the Nigerian Presidential elections. Washington's policy before the vote was for a free, fair and transparent process, he said, adding the USA believed the result was 'an expression of the will of the Nigerian people.