Thursday, 25 December 2014

Goodluck Jonathan's Christmas 2014 Message

As we mark the birth of Jesus Christ, I want to wish you all my friends on Facebook a very Merry Christmas and a greater more peaceful year ahead.

In this season of good will, Nigeria and Nigerians have a lot to be grateful to God for as we celebrate the Yuletide. But Can we really count our blessings?

My dear friends on Facebook our unity remains strong and our vision for a greater union remains unshaken. God blessed our efforts to overcome the Ebola Virus Disease and showed our nation what we can achieve through unity. Our collective productive efforts saw our nation becoming the largest economy in Africa in 2014, the year in which we also celebrated our centenary as a nation.

2014 is also the year in which we held a successful National Conference to help strengthen the bond of our union.

It is however painful to see many of our citizens especially our beloved daughters from Chibok and many others maimed, killed or displaced by the wicked acts of terrorism. Many of our people in parts of the North East are not in a position to celebrate Christmas for no fault of theirs.

Let me assure parents, relatives, friends, family and indeed all Nigerians that we will not spare any effort or resource in bringing to justice the perpetrators of these heinous crimes against humanity.

I would like to use this opportunity to also call on you my friends on Facebook to stand with our men and women in uniform in prayers and solidarity as they do everything they can to protect our country and our people.

The sacrifices of our security forces and services shall not be in vain. We shall overcome. May God bless you all and may He bless our beloved Country Nigeria. Merry Christmas! GEJ.
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