Nigeria at 52: Jonathan vows to ensure stable power supply

President Goodluck Jonathan has vowed
that he will not sleep until there is stable
power supply in Nigeria.
Dr Jonathan made the vow while speaking in
Abuja at the 52nd independence anniversary
interdenominational service held at the National
Christian Centre, Abuja.
The president admitted that the track record, his
administration is setting with the fight against
corruption is succeeding, according to
Transparency International.
He affirmed that “Nigeria will soon overcome
every other challenge facing the country,
including insecurity.”
Present at the service was the former military
Head of State, General Yakubu Gowon, who is
now a prayer warrior, and he again called on
Nigerians to shun blackmail and assist the
administration to achieve the transformation
He flagged off the one year prayer project for
Nigeria, to overcome the challenges that face
the country as a developing nation.
However, for the president of the Christian
Association of Nigeria (CAN), Mr Ayo Oritsejafor,
the nation’s prayers will not be answered as he
urged Nigerians to “turn from their wicked ways
if the country’s prayers must be answered.”
The one year prayer project for Nigeria, was
used to seek prayers against moral decadence,
indiscipline and corruption, poverty invasion,
unemployment, natural disaster, insecurity,
terrorism, conflict and unrest, as the nation
marks it 52nd independence anniversary.
Meanwhile, former president Chief Olusegun
Obasanjo has extended his best wishes to
Nigerians as the country celebrates its
independence anniversary.
President Obasanjo who was among dignitaries
at this year’s inter-denominational church
service wished Nigerians, the brightest and
most pleasant season wherever they are.

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