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Nigeria Will Eventually Defeat Insecurity – GEJ

Goodluck Jonathan

Goodluck Jonathan

Ex Nigerian president, Goodluck Jonathan a.k.a GEJ has expressed concerns over the increasing insecurity in the nation.

Speaking to the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) in Bayelsa, GEJ said it is sad to see citizens becoming victims of the widespread insecurity in Nigeria.

According to him, he is bothered about the fate of ordinary Nigerians who are less protected and can be easily harmed when insecurity strikes.

He, however, added that Nigeria will eventually get over the problems it presently faces.

Speaking on a soldier that died recently while protecting him, “That young man wouldn’t have died, the way he did, if he was not protecting me.”

“Whenever people come to me, just as you people have come, to talk about that attack, I feel worried about the general society,”

”Whenever I consider that people could do that to a former President who has reasonable security guarding him, my mind reaches out to the rest of Nigerians who do not have that level of protection.

“I am worried that so many people are becoming victims of sporadic shootings, kidnappings and so on. I believe that the country will get over the kind of insecurity it currently faces.”

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Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan GCFR, GCON (born 20 November 1957) is a Nigerian politician who served as the President of Nigeria from 2010 to 2015. He lost the 2015 presidential election to former military ruler Muhammadu Buhari, becoming the first incumbent president to concede electoral defeat. Prior to that, he served as Vice President of Nigeria from 2007 to 2010 and as Governor of Bayelsa State from 2005 to 2007.

In 2019, he was appointed as the honorary Special Adviser on the Bayelsa Education Trust Fund Board. In June 2019, Goodluck Jonathan emerged as chairperson of the newly inaugurated International Summit Council for Peace (ISCP).

Jonathan was born on 20 November 1957 in Ogbia to a Christian family of canoe makers, from the Ijaw minority ethnic group.

On 9 February 2010, following a controversial doctrine of necessity from the Nigerian Senate, Goodluck Jonathan was named acting President due to President Yar’Adua’s trip to Saudi Arabia in November 2009 for medical treatment. On 10 February 2010, during his first day as acting president, Jonathan announced a minor cabinet reshuffle. Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, who was the labour minister, was named Minister of Justice, to replace Mr Mike Aondoakaa. Aondoakaa was named as the Minister of Special Duties, and his counterpart Ibrahim Kazaure was named Minister of Labour.

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