2015: Bishops call for Jonathan’s continuity


Over 30 Bishops of various denominations yesterday converged on Abuja to pay solidarity visit to President Goodluck Jonathan ahead of the 2015 general election.

The leader of the group, Bishop Kawaz, who is serving as the Director, Christian and Religious Affairs of Goodluck Support Group made up of church leaders and Christian traditional rulers, said they have decided to mobilise Nigerians to understand the strides being made by the Federal Government under the transformation agenda.

“We have taken this appointment very seriously and we have kick-started, we have swung into action and began our mobilisation work already. We are focusing on helping Nigerians to know the wonderful work of President Jonathan and we are going from church to church, from crusade to crusade and every Christian conventions across the country trying to galvanise support and understanding of the people on the good works President Jonathan is doing for the country.”
He listed huge investments in the education sector, the transformation of the airports and revival of the rail transport as some of the very visible efforts being made by the Federal Government to improve the life of the people.
Earlier in his remark, traditional ruler of Ejezie Kingdom, Chief Maxwell Kalu, said the traditional rulers are part of the mobilisation and peace-building efforts of the government to try to re-unite the people behind the present administration.


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