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Jonathan, who declared the summit open, said that African leaders must go beyond the provision of free test kits and anti-retroviral drugs to effectively confront the scourge of the HIV and AIDS.
“For us in Africa, to fight AIDS, we must also fight poverty, African leaders must ensure that we create wealth for the citizens,’’ he said

“And of course there are issues pertaining to the crisis in the party and we agreed that a high powered team headed by Mr. President should immediately go into massive reconciliation with major stakeholders who may have been aggrieved so that the party can even wax stronger,” he disclosed

He said in the statement: "One month into the State of Emergency declared by President Goodluck Jonathan in some states in the North Eastern part of Nigeria, reports from Borno, Yobe and Adamawa States are reassuring as normalcy is gradually being restored as a result of the gallant efforts of the Armed Forces and other security agencies as well as the co operation of the local communities

By constructing this 700,000 metric tones per annum Cold Rolled Steel Mill here in Ibafon, Ogun State, to compliment your existing investments in the country, WEMPCO has demonstrated strong belief and confidence in our economy. I thank you for keeping faith with our country

The meeting, held at the Presidential Villa and presided over by President Jonathan, was attended by the leaders of the Nigeria Labour Congress, the Trade Union Congress and the Nigerian Union of Pensioners

The National Security Council meeting, which was attended by Vice President Namadi Sambo; the Ministers of Police Affairs and Defence, Caleb Olubolade and Olusola Obada; the National Security Adviser, Colonel Sambo Dasuki; and the Service Chiefs, including the Inspector General of Police, Mohammed Abubakar, ended without a formal briefing

In a letter to Tinubu on behalf of himself and the Federal Government, Jonathan said: “It is my prayer that Almighty God continues to guide, guard and prosper you even as He blesses you with many more years of fulfillment

To these shenanigans and gold diggers, it is near impossible to accept Goodluck Jonathan and the feeding bottles forcefully thrown away. To compound the problem of those who think that they and their forefathers own Nigeria, Jonathan again was elected president in 2011. This is the straw that broke the camel’s back. Before the election of President Jonathan in 2011, the country was inundated with threats of violence and making Nigeria ungovernable if Jonathan is elected from the likes of Dr. Datti Ahmed, Alhaji Adamu Ciroma and others. Since the massacre started, these two men and some arrested agents of Boko Haram are still walking the streets of Northern Nigeria as free men