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The Chairman of Community Newspaper Publishers Association of Nigeria (CONPAN), Prince Valentine Adese, has called for partnership with the Nigeria Union of Journalists (NUJ) members in Plateau State to drum support for President Goodluck Jonathan.

Reverend father Raymond Arazu, the Anambra state born Catholic Priest is a well known and respected professor of theology who has very deep intellectual views on the scholarly understanding of the concept of exorcism which is regarded widely as one of the most exalted spiritual exercises’ of all times.

Delivering Nigeria’s Statement on Peace and Security in Africa at the 22nd Summit of African Union Heads of State and Government, which opened in the Ethiopian capital on THursday, President Jonathan said that while the recent crises in South Sudan and the Central African Republic have reinforced the urgency of establishing the proposed African Capacity for Immediate Response to Crises, instruments within the current African Peace and Security Architecture must, in the interim, be activated to prevent the degeneration of conflicts into warfare

Second, the conferences and talks were convened by incumbent leaders who, having denied the need for, and benefits of, a Sovereign National Conference to discuss Nigeria and the fundamental issues that silently but poignantly threaten our unity, peace and progress, suddenly fell in love with the idea of convening these conferences and did a 90 degrees-turn on discovering the potentials of a conference to divert attention and legitimize their ambitions

In a congratulatory letter to the Sultan on the occasion of his 57th birthday on Saturday, President Jonathan prayed that God Almighty will grant the monarch, who is also the President-General of the Nigerian Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs, many more years of worthy service to the nation

Ukeje also said it was high time Nigeria adopted the principle of reciprocity to the fullest and to be backed by legislation. She said the Federal Government should treat foreign nationals the exact way Nigerians are treated in their country

In his remarks, Jonathan described the death of Fashola’s father as
saddening, noting that the late patriarch left at a time when he was
most needed to offer counsel that would assist to further develop the

Speaking at an audience with the outgoing Namibian High Commissioner to Nigeria, Selma Ashipala-Musavyi, Jonathan said that there was an urgent need for African leaders to move beyond declarations of support for greater intra-African trade and act in unison to overcome obstacles, which currently hinder economic relations between the nations and people of the continent