Nigeria’s former first lady has accused the Buhari administration of overseeing a “witch hunt” against her and her husband.
A property owned by Jonathan was burgled recently, but only six TVs were stolen, his spokesman has said.
A report alleged that the U.K. offered to rescue the girls, but Jonathan declined.
Ex-first lady has said the agency blocked $15 million of her funds needed for medical treatment.
Nigeria’s footballers will now face Honduras in the bronze-medal match.
The ex-president said militants in the Delta want him dead.
Members of Jonathan's government have been accused of stealing money earmarked for fighting Boko Haram.
Children face abduction and conscription by the extremist group, which has killed an estimated 1,000 people this year.
"President Jonathan was a worthy opponent and I extend the hand of fellowship to him," said Buhari.
There is still time for a reversal of fortunes, with some of President Goodluck Jonathan's big support bases in the oil-producing Niger Delta yet to report.