Former President Jonathan Reveals What Gave Him Sleepless Night While In Power

Former President Goodluck Jonathan says insecurity was his worst nightmare during his time in office between 2010 and 2015.

Jonathan made the disclosure on Friday during the commissioning of a 22-kilometre road project in Taraba State. The dualised Yola-Wukari road encompasses six pedestrian bridges and a flyover bridge, among others.

Commending Governor Darius Ishaku on what he described as a job well done, the former president revealed that his worst nightmare as president of the country was insecurity.

He said he had sleepless nights in a bid to resolve the issues and encouraged residents to live in peace for more development to thrive, adding that road infrastructure is key to any development.

Inaugurating the road project, followed by the flag-off of the construction of a heavy-duty vehicles park on the outskirts of the state capital, Jonathan insisted that security is in the hands of the people.

The former president also expressed satisfaction that Taraba was gradually returning to the “good old days” of peaceful coexistence and tolerance.

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