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Nigeria: Jonathan - Presidential Media Chat Holds Sunday

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President Goodluck Jonathan is to address the nation on Sunday on current national issues in the next edition of the Presidential Media Chat.

A statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr Reuben Abati said during the Presidential Media Chat which will be broadcast live on the network services of the national radio and television stations.

President Jonathan will answer questions and respond to comments from a panel of reputable media practitioners on a broad range of issues that are presently in the public domain.

He said the Chat will begin at 1900 hours.

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