During his time as Nigeria’s number one citizen, former president goodluck jonathan said that fear gave him a “serious headache.”
During the commissioning of a 22-kilometer highway project in Taraba state, he addressed the audience. He had sleepless nights trying to solve the problem, he said.
For more growth to flourish, the ex-president urged the state’s people to live in harmony.
Jonathan, who said that the people are in charge of their safety, expressed joy that Taraba is gradually returning to the good old days of peaceful coexistence and tolerance.
“The insecurity of Nigeria gave me sleepless nights when I was the president of the country,” the president said.
My ADC would bring a phone to show me how people are being murdered or kidnapped at times while I’m in the church, and that gave me a big headache.”