Goodluck Jonathan 5 important things President said in BBC interview

During the interview, President Jonathan spoke on the battle against Boko Haram and his re-election bid.

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President Goodluck Jonathan has featured in an interview with the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) which was published on the BBC’s website on Friday, March 20.

During the interview, President Jonathan spoke on the battle against Boko Haram and his re-election bid.

Here are five important things he said during the interview:

  1. Boko Haram is getting weaker and weaker by the day

  2. I'm very hopeful that it will not take us more than a month to recover the territories being held by Boko Haram.

  3. The whole of West Africa, North Africa and Central Africa is a free world for the terrorists.

  4. We haven’t seen dead girls so I believe the Chibok girls are still alive. I believe we’ll get them.

  5. I'll surely win the elections.

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