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Have faith, pray, Nigeria will get better, Jonathan urges

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Former President Goodluck Jonathan has said that Nigeria will overcome its present challenges, which he said is for some moments.
He urged Nigerians to be prepared at all times to protect and develop the country, even as he called on Christians to continue to pray for the country.
Former President Jonathan stated this at the public presentation of a book entitled “The History of St. Stephen’s Anglican Church, Otuoke.”
Otueke is Jonathan’s home town and is in Ogbia Local Government Area of Bayelsa State.
He explained that the essence of history was to know how societies or clans evolved and emerged, adding that there was need to talk about the spread of Christianity in communities in the Niger Delta.
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The former President who eulogised the book reviewer, Professor Emeritus, Ebiegberi Alagoa, for his contributions to the documentation of the history of the Niger Delta, appealed to indigenes of Otuoke to read the book and volunteer additional information for the next edition.
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