Nigeria's President Shares His Biggest Challenge


President Goodluck Jonathan has expressed his concerns on national security, stating that there will be no negotiations with Boko Haram who are alleged to have committed several bombing attacks resulting in extensive loss of life, injury and the destruction of property.
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Bombing continues as citizens advocate for talks with Boko Haram.

  • Nigeria:  No Negotiations With Boko Haram - Jonathan

    Vanguard, 19 November 2012

    President Goodluck Jonathan, yesterday, dismissed insinuations of a secret dialogue between the administration and the Boko Haram just as he declared former President Olusegun ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Jonathan - Manitoba's Contract Not Revoked

    This Day, 18 November 2012

    President Goodluck Joathan has dissociated himself from reports of the revocation of the N3.6billion three-year contract with Manitoba Hydro International of Canada for the ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  It Is Too Early to Talk of 2015 - Jonathan

    Daily Trust, 18 November 2012

    President Goodluck Jonathan, during a Presidential Media Chat on Sunday evening, said that it is too early for Nigerians to be asking if he will contest the 2015 Presidential ... read more »

  • Nigeria:  Petrol Subsidy Stays for Now Jonathan

    Daily Trust, 19 November 2012

    President Goodluck Jonathan last night defended his stand that fuel subsidies must be scrapped for investment to flow in the downstream petroleum sector but added that subsidies ... read more »

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President Goodluck Jonathan at talk show.

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