Jonathan, the previous leader of Nigeria, has approached all sides associated with the south-east crises, to calm down.

Goodluck Jonathan

 The recent update reaching states that Jonathan, the previous president of Nigeria has responded to the emergency in the south-east locale of the nation. 

The previous president asked all Nigerians to look for the substance of God to locate an enduring answer for this test and focused on that Nigerians should never turn on themselves, in spite of the conditions.

The previous president communicated stress over the unfurling occasions in the district and expressed that it was the ideal opportunity for the Council of State to intercede.

Jonathan spoke to all nationals to trade thoughts rather than affronts, as he censured the savagery which was seen in the south-east finished a previous couple of days.

In an announcement put out on his Facebook page, Jonathan bid for peace and restriction from all sides included.

“The reports I have received about recent developments in the country lead me to appeal to all men of good will to use whatever influence they have to push for peaceful coexistence and restraint on all sides.

“Perhaps it is time for the Council of State to intervene and offer its wise counsel.

“Irrespective of whatever provocation, Nigerians must never turn on each other. Even in the face of difficult circumstances, we must have faith that God in His infinite wisdom will guide us to finding a way out that is fair and just to all concerned.

“In as much as there may be a need to enforce order, there is a greater need to reinforce our humanity and treat Nigerian citizens humanely whether they be from the North or South.

“Nothing justifies the desecration and destruction of religious places of worship or a police station. But even more so, nothing justifies the endangering of human life.

“Let us exchange ideas instead of exchanging insults and threats. Nigeria is going through tough times because God wants us to grow through tough times.

“We must be resolute as a people even as we know that it is impossible to deny the brotherhood of all Nigerians after over a century of a shared commonwealth.”

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