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President Goodluck Jonathan has condemned the bomb explosion, describing it as “tragic assault on human freedom as cruel and evil”.
The President strongly condemned the bomb blasts in Jos, Plateau state, which led to the loss of many lives in a statement by the Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Dr Reuben Abati Tuesday.
The president has directed all relevant agencies to mobilise support and relief efforts in aid of the victims.
The presidential Spokesmand said President Jonathan has also assured all Nigerians that government remain fully committed to winning the war against terror, and this administration will not be cowed by the atrocities of enemies of human progress and civilization.
“President Jonathan has also expressed Nigeria’s deepest appreciation to the international community on the success of the recent Summit in Paris on the security situation in Nigeria hosted by the President of France, H.E. Francois Hollande” statement reads.
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