Jonathan condemns Kano explosions

President Goodluck Jonathan
Former President Goodluck Jonathan's

The Nigerian President restated his commitment to the war on terror.

President Goodluck Jonathan has condemned Monday’s bomb blasts in Kano.

The President said the barbaric incident will not deter the Federal Government from its strong-willed determination to overcome those who do not mean well for Nigeria. He said the Federal Government will not be stampeded into abandoning its war against terrorists in the country.

President Jonathan reassured Nigerians and foreigners in the country that the Nigerian Government will continue to do all that is required to ensure the safety of lives and property, including continued collaboration with local and international partners and stakeholders to check the menace of terrorism.

He commiserated with the victims of the Kano explosions, their families and friends, and assured the Kano State Government of the Federal Government’s continued support.

About 25 people were feared dead from the multiple explosions that occurred at a busy bus park in Kano on Monday evening.


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