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Jonathan expressed his sadness Over yesterday explosion in Kaduna

Jonathan expressed his sadness Over yesterday explosion in Kaduna President Goodluck Jonathan has expressed his sadness over yesterday’s multiple explosions that rocked churches in Kaduna and Zaria. The

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Jonathan expressed his sadness Over yesterday explosion in Kaduna


President Goodluck Jonathan has expressed his sadness Over yesterday’s multiple explosions that rocked churches in Kaduna and Zaria.

The President, who was attending a church service at the Aso Villa Chapel, State House, when the report of the multiple attacks reached him, said the incident had made him quite sad.


The incident also cut short the President’s participation in the celebration of this year’s Fathers’ Day, which was marked in all the churches across the country in appreciation of the roles of fathers in the society.


Dr. Jonathan, who had joined a group of men to render special songs, was visibly disturbed when called upon to give his remark.
The President said: “I was particularly thrilled by what was going on in the church, until I got the information that while we are here, there were explosions in Kaduna and since I don’t even know the casualty rate and what is happening, I have been quite sad and I didn’t even want to say something. But when your priest orders you, you must say something.”


The President said he had taken solace in God, who is capable of handling every situation and healing the nation.
He also solicited the support and prayers of Nigerians for peace in the nation and for the success of his administration.
In a message titled “Sovereign fatherhood of God”, the guest speaker, Prof. Jerry Gana, attributed the failure of the society to bad leadership at various homes.


Reading from the book of Psalm 91, Gana said God is the refuge of the nation and the leaders.
He prayed that God would rescue the nation from its present state of insecurity characterised by suicide bombings and attacks on churches.



The service began at 9am with the Bible teaching, led by the chaplain of the Chapel, Rev Obioma Onwuzurumba.
The President opened the second segment and the main service with the Bible memory verses taken from James, chapter 1 verses 2 to 4.This was followed by a responsive reading from Psalm 91 taken in sequence by the fathers and mothers in the congregation - in the spirit of the day.


First Lady Dame Patience took the first Bible reading. Bayelsa Governor Seriake Dickson took the second.
Prayers were offered for peace, security and prosperity of the nation and for divine guidance for the leaders.
In the congregation were former Bayelsa Governor Diepreye Alamiseyegha, Ministers of Police Affairs Caleb OluJonathan expressed his sadness Over yesterday explosion in Kadunaade, his Health and Information counterparts Prof. Onyebuchi Chukwu and Labaran Maku.


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