Former President Goodluck Jonathan revealed that insecurity gave him a “serious headache” during his time as Nigeria’s number one citizen. Continue Full Reading>>>
He made this disclosure during the commissioning of a 22-kilometre road project in Taraba state on Saturday, May 20.
According to him, he had sleepless nights trying to address the problem, Daily Trust reported.
The ex-president urged the people of the state to live in peace for more development to thrive.
Jonathan, who noted that security is in the hands of the people, expressed happiness that Taraba was gradually returning to the good old days of peaceful coexistence and tolerance, THISDAY report added. Continue Full Reading>>>
“When I was the president of Nigeria, the insecurity of the nation did give me sleepless nights. Sometimes even while I am in the church, my ADC will bring a phone to show me how people are being murdered or kidnapped, and that gave me serious headache.
“As I came into the Jalingo airport, I saw the Director of DSS and I quickly asked him ‘how is Taraba State security-wise?’ and he told me ‘Taraba is relatively peaceful,” he said.
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