Wednesday, 2 January 2013

JONATHAN CONFIRMS ARREST OF KEY PERSONS BEHIND BOMB BLASTS


President Goodluck Jonathan says those involved in the bombing of churches in Niger State, the United Nations building and the Police headquarters in Abuja have been arrested.  The president disclosed this at the New Year service held at the All Saints Church of Nigeria Anglican Communion; Wuse, Zone 5, Abuja. He described the Boko Haram terror attacks, kidnapping in the south east and armed robbery as momentary challenges, promising that his administration will overcome the issue of terrorism in the country.

President Jonathan also assured Nigerians that his administration would continue with the drives for employment creation by encouraging the private sector and entrepreneurs to grow.

In his sermon, the Primate of the Anglican Communion, Nicholas Okoh, said Churches all over the world was celebrating the naming and circumcision of Jesus Christ as well as the New Year.   Speaking on the theme, circumcise your heart, Most Reverend Okoh urged Nigerians to have a positive change of heart.

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