Bayelsa - Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said the current challenges Nigerians were facing were transient as the country would definitely overcome them, Vanguard reports.
Jonathan stated this at the public presentation of a book entitled The History of St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Otuoke, his home town, in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.
He said that Nigerians must be prepared to protect and develop the country at all times.
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According to him, the essence of history was to know how societies or clans evolved and emerged, adding that there was need to capture the spread of Christianity in communities in the Niger Delta.
He appealed to indigenes of Otuoke to read the book and volunteer additional information for the next edition.
Meanwhile Former Secretary to the Government of the Federation, Olu Falae has sensationally submitted e-mail correspondence to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission linking former President Goodluck Jonathan to a N100 million election funds scam according to News24.
Falae submitted the e-mail correspondence between himself and a former Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party's Board of Trustees, Tony Anenih.
In the correspondence between the two men it is gathered that Anenih claims to be acting on the instruction of Goodluck Jonathan.
The EFCC confirmed that in the e-mails Anenih disclosed to Falae that N100m had been approved by President Goodluck Jonathan to be handed over to him as part of an agreement between the PDP and SDP.
- News 24