Jonathan to address Nigerians 9 p.m.

President Goodluck Jonathan

The president will address the nation on Nigeria’s centenary.

President Goodluck Jonathan will address Nigerians at 9 p.m. on national news network, his  spokesperson, Reuben Abati, has said.

Mr. Abati said the presidential address will be on “Nigeria’s centenary”.

He said the address will be aired on the Nigerian Television Authority, NTA, the Federal Radio Corporation of Nigeria, FRCN, and the Voice of Nigeria, VON.

Mr. Abati in a press release said “all other television and radio stations in the country are urged to hook-up to NTA and FRCN to relay the broadcast to their viewers and listeners.”


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  • Comfortkay

    Nigeria don’t need a Jamboree centenary where some PDP member will be overnight billioniare.

  • Angryman

    To me, this Centenary celebration has K leg
    What brought about the amalgamation in the first place
    What were the aims and objectives ; and have they been achieved
    100 years on we are still as disunited, suspicious and sometimes resentful of each other as ever – if not worse- despite our preaching peace and tolerance everyday
    A nation without a rallying cry, pulling in different, cross-purpose directions
    The oil, which is about the only unifying factor has been a blessing to all other than those from whose land it is extracted
    Wished we were united in love , which would have made the celebrations worthwhile