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Jonathan expresses fear of Boko Haram in the world stage at Davos, Switzerland, says it is his biggest challenge.

President Goodluck Jonathan has described the activities of the Jama’atu Ahlus Sunnati Lidda’awati Wal Jihad, otherwise known as Boko Haram as the biggest headache of his government.“In terms of security, Boko Haram is the biggest challenge we have at the moment,” the Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati had quoted the President.Jonathan spoke…

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River’s crisis: Lawmakers give Jonathan two weeks to sack IG, Mbu.

                                                                         The House of Representatives yesterday issued a two-week ultimatum  to President Goodluck Jonathan to sack the Inspector- General of  Police, Muhammed Abubakar, and the controversial Commissioner of Police  in Rivers State, Mr. Matthew Mbu. The House took the decision during a session after unanimously  adopting a motion by Hon. Aliyu Madaki (APC-Kano). Madaki, who raised …

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Don’t Count Your Chicks Before They Hatch, wait for it: Nigeria would’ve disintegrated without Jonathan – Senator Adeyemi.

VANGUARD – Senator Smart Adeyemi, was a former president of the Nigerian Union  of Journalists, NUJ before his entry into the political arena. Senator  Adeyemi who represents Kogi West Senatorial District is also the  vice-chairman of the Northern Senators Forum, NSF.In this interview on the fringes of an empowerment programme for  constituents, he talks about…

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Made In Biafra, Not Made In Nigeria; Nigeria will start exporting cars soon – Jonathan.

THE PUNCH NEWSPAPER – President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday expressed the belief that with  the measures put in place by his administration, especially the new  National Automotive Industry Policy; the country would soon be exporting  cars to other countries. Jonathan spoke at the Presidential Villa, Abuja, while granting  audience to a delegation of the business community…

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Afenifere have officially rejected Okurounmu committee’s reportv on Confab

NATIONAL MIRROR – Afenifere Renewal Group yesterday rejected the recommendations of the  Senator Femi Okurounmu’s Presidential Advisory Committee on National  Dialogue, saying it cannot engender the type of confab that Nigeria  needs. described the proposed conference as a make or mar issue for  President Jonathan that initiated it and for Nigeria, saying it would be …