President Goodluck Jonathan has reiterated that Nigeria would overcome its current tribulations and that no criminal group, including Boko Haram, could make it to disintegrate.
The President stated this when FCT Minister, Senator Bala Mohammed and led some residents to pay him Easter homage at the Presidential Villa. The President said the hope brought by the resurrection of Jesus Christ gives him assurance that insurgency in the country was ephemeral. He said those who think that Nigeria will be divided into North, South, East and West, will not see it come to pass.
On the bomb blast at Nyanyan, he said, when it happened, people from all religions and classes participated in the evacuation of those injured even before the security people arrived.
The President said his administration would continue to work very hard to strengthen the security agencies. He urged states and local governments to complement the efforts of the federal government by initiating development and employment generation programmes.
He thanked Nigerians for their prayers for the nation. On his part, FCT Minister, Senator Bala Mohammed thanked President Jonathan for the positive initiatives in transforming the country. He said the FCT community would continue to cooperate with the government.