Jonathan: Restructuring alone won’t solve Nigeria’s problem
Ex-President Goodluck Jonathan has stated that restructuring alone won’t solve Nigeria’s problem.
This statement was made by the former president while speaking at a dialogue on restructuring in Abuja on Thursday January 21.
Jonathan averred that the issues of nepotism, ethnic and religious bias also needs to be addressed.
The former President said Nigerians must restructure their minds because the issues at the national level still exist at the state and local levels.
In other news, WITHIN NIGERIA reported that after several allegations of corruption levelled against him, former President Goodluck Jonathan is grateful to God for not being buried politically.
Jonathan narrating how officials of the Buhari’s administration alleged that he and some members of his former cabinet were corrupt in his speech at the presentation of “Dear President Goodluck Jonathan”, a book written in his honour by former managing editor of Daily Times Bonaventure Melah, the former President averred that the wrong perception about him is gradually changing.
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