Jonathan Condemns Bauchi attack

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President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan condemned Friday night’s bombing in the Bayan Gari area of Bauchi State and the recent mass killings in Southern Kaduna.

The President on Sunday, in  a statement signed by Reuben Abati – Special Adviser to President on Media & Publicity, commiserates with all the families who lost loved ones in the heinous attacks and extends his heartfelt sympathies to all those who suffered injuries or lost their properties during the wanton assaults on Bauchi and Kaduna States.

President Jonathan in  a statement reassured the people of Bauchi and Kaduna States that the Federal Government will continue to take all necessary action to apprehend the perpetrators of the dastardly attacks and restore the fullest possible security to all parts of the country.

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The President ordered  all relevant federal government agencies to continue to speedily make emergency medical and relief assistance available to all those who were either injured or displaced by recent bombings and attacks.

He further urged Nigerians to give maximum support and cooperation to the Armed Forces and security agencies who continue to work incessantly to end the menace of insecurity in the country within the shortest possible time.


6 Responses to "Jonathan Condemns Bauchi attack"

  1. Onehi Ufuah
    Onehi Ufuah   June 30, 2014 at 3:17 pm

    You don’t talk am jare. In the absence of technology and actionable intelligence condemnation is enough for us at the moment. The next move will be for the president to negotiate with boko haram and all the stake holders, create a make belief impression that the situation has been taken care of and Nigerian will return him unopposed come 2016.
    If you don’t know what’s happening now, that’s the strategy.
    Mr. President so long the killing of innocent Nigerian by boko haram is not within your domain, who really cares. If there were enough outrage by Nigerian, show of compassionate concerns to our brothers and sisters in the north who have lost their lives so far, the federal government would’ve profer a solution to this crises by now.

  2. Ernest Orobosa Oronsaye
    Ernest Orobosa Oronsaye   June 30, 2014 at 7:29 am

    Hey guys u mean u are not aware GEJ has profered a solution to all those unwanted killings and bombings? It is, president G E J has condemn the bombing in Borno. President G E J has condemn the bomb explosions in iyanyan e.t.c To GEJ condemation is enough solution. I know we shall suffer 4 another 4 yrs. Cos Jega and PDP are go to win d election 4 him in 2015 and dat election will be free and fair, having experimented with Ekiti scientific rigging. Wat a country.

  3. Felix Eshemokhai
    Felix Eshemokhai   June 30, 2014 at 4:36 am

    Soso condemn na we dey hear,we will soon bring perpetrators to book,it will soon b over,all d grammer don finish infact d oyibo dat came to nigeria to fish out perpetrators have started drinking garri with i non understand again if boko haram don become world power

  4. Maseh Okungbowa
    Maseh Okungbowa   June 30, 2014 at 4:14 am

    He is the C in C for God sake. Leave the sit if you can’t solve the problem. i don’t blame him, the oat of office reads: I PLEDGE TO DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION “TO THE BEST OF MY ABILITY” SO HELP ME GOD. Well, he hasn’t done anything wrong, its just dat his ability is not good enough. He never said he will do beyond his ability. It now rests on Nigerians to tell him that his ability is far below par and not good enough by showing him the door out of ASO ROCK VILLA come February, 2015.

  5. Noah Ehinome
    Noah Ehinome   June 30, 2014 at 4:06 am

    @jane u profound solution.he is human too.

  6. Jane Oyailo   June 30, 2014 at 3:59 am

    So so condemn, condemn we dey hear


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