President Goodluck Jonathan: “Terrorists are not spirits nor they are ghosts”

 

Photo credit: PM News

 

By Hauwa Gambo

As the death toll following the Kano terrorist bombing continue to rise, President Goodluck Jonathan has vowed to put an end to the attacks. He said recently when he visited the Emir in Kano that there is need for a collective fight against these terrorists insisting they cannot win.

  “We are coming to pay condolence to you and the good people of Kano over the acts of some elements in our society to create chaos to distract us and God willing they will never succeed,” the President said.

 He observed that though the Boko Haram crisis has existed for a while, “we have not experienced any explosion like this of Kano on Friday”. Jonathan said these act of suicide bombing is relatively new adding that some years back, nobody would have believed that a Nigerian will commit suicide. 

“But we are face with this reality and we must find a way to tackle it,” he said.

 He advised Nigerians to expose suspected characters by reporting them to security agencies for appropriate action.

 

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