Abuja - Delta State Governor, Emmanuel Uduaghan, has called for support and collaboration with President Goodluck Jonathan to enable him tackle the challenges of the Boko Haram.
He made the call during a church service at the Avenue Baptist Church in Warri.
Uduaghan said the support was necessary because of the peculiar security challenges facing the country.
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"There is no President that faced the type of challenges our President is facing today. Let us rally round him and continue to pray for President Jonathan and our brothers and sisters in the North because they are facing a lot of challenges," he said.
“As a nation, we have the challenge of Boko Haram. We should pray that those who do not want others to live will not also live.”
He scored his administration high in the area of security.
"The peace and security agenda of our administration has ensured that gunshots which were familiar occurrence in Warri before my election are no longer heard."
- CAJ News