Why I Can’t Solve Nigeria’s Problems Alone →Jonathan

President Goodluck Jonathan on Sunday said he could not single-handedly surmount the challenges confronting the nation.
 Jonathan, at an interdenominational church service to mark the 52nd independence anniversary of the nation at the National Christian Centre, Abuja, stated that only the collective efforts of all would take the country forward.
He expressed the conviction that the problems of the nation would soon become things of the past. The theme of the service was “The weapons of our warfare are not carnal.”
The President said
, “The leader matters but he cannot change things alone. All Nigerians, men and women, will change things in the country. If God can use Nehemiah to rebuild the wall of Jerusalem, in all arms of governments, I believe we have many Nehemiahs. There are many of them among teachers, artisans, and clergy.
“God will use these various Nehemiahs to rebuild this country. I can say again that Nigeria will succeed; with our cooperation we shall succeed!”
Jonathan said if the nation must rise above diseases, insecurity and other ills, Nigerians must earnestly play their roles and intercede for the land.
He said his administration had succeeded in sanitizing the electoral process and assured stakeholders that more efforts were being put into the government’s anti-corruption war.
He said although the works might not be obvious to many now, his administration had also been doing well in the economic sector.
 Promising that his administration would continue to work hard on the security challenges in some parts of the country, he added that he and his aides would not sleep until power supply stabilises in the country.

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