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BreakingNews 27/9/14: We will crush Boko Haram -Jonathan

BreakingNews 27/9/14: We will crush Boko Haram -Jonathan

[ Masterweb Reports: Don Osehobo reports ] - President Goodluck Jonathan yesterday said that having conquered the Ebola scourge, the country would soon overcome the Boko Haram insurgency, assuring Nigerians that everything is turning around for the good of all.

President Jonathan who was addressing the teeming crowd of PDP members and stakeholders at the unity rally of the South-south zone held at the Ogbe stadium also said. "We have. Conquered Ebola, we will crush Boko Haram".

He spoke about his transformation agenda for the country and said that it has brought about drastic improvements in the transportation and agricultural sector among others with the revamping of roads network and railway lines as well as improving food security.

According to the President,"You cannot lead hungry people, even the FAO has recognised that we have reduced poverty by fifty per cent even as the WHO recognises our fight against Ebola",  adding that as a party  the PDP was working to unite all its members across the country for the 2015 polls.

He said, all members of the party are equal as there were no godfathers or godmother, "our appeal to our people is that as they go for elective offices the struggle should be in a decent manner so that the party is united thereafter". 

President Jonathan who commended PDP members in non-PDP states like Edo for their solidarity assured them that the party will be in control of their states come 2015 and 2016 and, "Edo will fall to PDP".

Earlier in a welcome address, the south-south zonal Vice-chairman Dr. Cairo Ojuogboh, said like Nigerians from other parts of the country the south-south is happy to be the home of the president ans wholeheartedly support his second term bid.

Chairman of the South-south governors forum and governor of Cross Rivers state, Senator Liyel Imoke, at the occasion welcome all to the occasion and commended the PDP and all Nigerians for supporting the President's second term bid and for especially adopting him as the sole candidate of the party for the 2015, adding that the South-south zone was proud of the President. 

Also speaking, Chief Tony Anenih, chairman of the PDP Board of Trustees, listing such names as Chief Tony Enahoro, Isaac Boro, David Ejoor, among others,  acknowledged the role the zone has played in unifying the country, by working with other zones and especially the North, forging alliances and fighting together for the nation's unity.

He said, "the current situation calls for synergy between the zone and the North", as the zone is ready, "to claim our right with dignity and in the interest of One Nigeria to win elections and win the peace". 

Senate President Senator David Mark said that Dr Jonathan, like a good product, which markets itself, is one which the zone gave to Nigeria and has done the country so much good. He said since, "nobody lights a lamp and puts it under the table", he was happy that the zone rallied round the President in his second term bid.

Arc. Namadi Sambo, the Vice-President speaking in appreciation of the zone's support of the President, said that the President has ensured that the area among others benefit from his transformational agenda with his approval of a coastal rail-line for the south-south zone, and the first maritime university and a shipyard in Africa, to be located in the zone.

PDP National chairman Dr Adamu Muazu, who used the rally to condemn the APCks criticism of the party's adoption of Jonathan as it's sole candidate for the 2015 Presidential elections asked it to bring its best forward. 

He said, "PDP has become stabilised, it is the party to beat. It is a strongly united rancour,our doors are wide open and we are willing (as a party) to continue to participate in building a sustainable democracy (in Nigeria) and  we are strongly behind our President".
Don Osehobo ( Email: ) reports from Sapele - Nigeria.
*Photo Caption - President Goodluck Jonathan