Friday, May 9, 2014

Nigerian President's latest on #BringBackOurGirls

Nigerian President's latest on #BringBackOurGirls

Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan said Thursday in a speech delivered at the opening of the plenary sessions of the ongoing World Economic Forum on Africa.

"In fact, by your presence(China, America, France, Canada) here in Nigeria at this time, you have already supported us to win the war against terror. If you had refused to come because of fear, the terrorists would have jubilated and even have committed more havoc. But your coming here to support us morally is a major blow on the terrorists and we will conquer the terrorists," Jonathan told delegates of the World Economic Forum on Africa in Abuja.

"I believe that the kidnap of these girls will be the beginning of end to terror in Nigeria,"

"The terror will not stop the world from moving. The terror will not stop Africa from moving. Terror will not stop Nigeria from moving," he added.

Jonathan had dismissed news that the government was negotiating with the insurgents to secure the release of the abducted school girls. "The government cannot negotiate with faceless people," said Jonathan, while reassuring parents, guardians and all Nigerians that government would rescue all the abducted girls.


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