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President Goodluck Jonathan has reassured Nigerians that the current administration will do its best to ensure that Boko Haram insurgency becomes a thing of the past in the country.
The President was at the Church of Christ in Nations (COCIN) in the Federal Capital Territory, where he participated in the service to mark the first Sunday in the New Year.
The President was with his mother, and some members of the cabinet at the congregation to thank God for the New Year and to identify with the church at the beginning of the year.
The President commiserated with families hit by the terrorist group, most of them members of the church. He also called on well-meaning Nigerians to join hands with the administration so that the war against terror would collectively be won.
The President appreciated the leadership of the church, and called for more prayers for the country, promising that in the midst of challenges especially in the North, Nigerians would soon witness the end of the Boko Haram sect.
The President also reiterated that development cannot be achieved overnight, but that his administration is committed to it, despite the daunting challenges.
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