‘Whatever goes wrong, I take responsibility’ – GEJ talks to BBC about election, Chibok girls and Boko Haram (WATCH)

by Damilola Jagun

President Goodluck Jonathan has taken responsibility for the menace of Boko Haram in Nigeria.

In an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation on Friday, March 20, the President said: “Whatever goes wrong, I accept. Whatever goes right, I take the glory. Whenever I hear that somebody dies in Nigeria. I feel pain because we are all Nigerians.”

He also spoke on the over 200 schoolgirls abducted from Chibok in April 29014, reiterating his belief that they are still alove.

He said: “We have not seen dead girls, that is the good news. I believe they are still alive, I believe we will get them.”

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