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- Published on Saturday, 15 December 2012 17:31
- Written by Admin
President Goodluck Jonathan on Friday night worshiped for the second time with thousands at the 15th edition of the Holy Ghost Congress organized by the Redeemed Christian Church of God, at the Redemption Camp, along the Lagos Ibadan expressway. Speaking at the programme, Dr Jonathan once again assured Nigerians of tackling
the challenges facing the country, explaining that his administration is doing the right thing to improve on the challenges that the country currently is facing.
In his address to the congregation, the president admitted that the nation’s power sector and security are not impressive as they are, but he gave the assurance that his administration is putting the right structures in place to enhance an appropriate reform.
The President also made it known that he is committed to changing things as he ensured that the country is safe for everyone.