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Goodluck Jonathan’s “What Gave Me Sleepless Nights At Aso Rock”


According to the former president Goodluck Jonathan, security was a “serious headache” for him when he was in charge of Nigeria.
He spoke at the Taraba State commissioning of a 22-kilometer road project.

He claimed that he struggled to get any sleep while attempting to solve the issue.

The former president urged the state’s citizens to live in harmony so that more development could flourish.

Jonathan expressed happiness that Taraba was gradually returning to the good old days of peaceful coexistence and tolerance while noting that security is in the hands of the people.

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“The unrest in Nigeria kept me up at night while I was president of that country. My ADC will occasionally bring a phone to the church where I am to demonstrate how to use it.

People are being killed or abducted, and that seriously bothered me.

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“As I entered the Jalingo airport, I saw the DSS Director and asked him right away, ‘How is Taraba State security wise?'” and he informed me that Taraba is generally calm,” he said.

From 2010 to 2015, Jonathan presided over Nigeria.

During that time, the Boko Haram sect emerged as one of the world’s most dangerous terrorist organizations, killing hundreds of people and forcing millions more to flee their homes in the North-East.

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In an effort to create an Islamic caliphate in the area, the group also raised its flag in a number of communities in the North-East.

The terrorists’ most notable achievement crime against was the abduction of 276 students from the Government Girls Secondary School in Chibok, Borno State, on April 14, 2014.


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