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Jonathan Assures Nigerians Of Plans To Improve Priority Sectors

Source: huhuonline.com
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President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has assured Nigerians that under his leadership, the federal government will continue to work diligently to give full effect to its plans to redirect national resources from wasteful and unproductive areas to identified priority sectors including infrastructure, power supply, job creation, education, agriculture, health and social services.   

  This was contained in the President's goodwill message to all Nigerians, especially Christians in the country, on the occasion of Christmas.     

  According to a statement issued by Reuben Abati, Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity and made available to Huhuonline.com / , 'President Jonathan seizes the opportunity of the Christmas celebrations to thank the vast majority of Nigerians who continue to keep faith with his administration as it strives to fulfil its promise of national transformation.     

  'As the country joins the rest of the world in celebrating Christmas which commemorates the fulfilment of God's promise of the birth of a Messiah, the President assures all Nigerians that significant progress will be made in the implementation of his agenda for national transformation in the coming year.     

  'President Jonathan also assures the nation that under his leadership, the federal government will continue to work diligently to give full effect to its plans to redirect national resources from wasteful and unproductive areas to identified priority sectors including infrastructure, power supply, job creation, education, agriculture, health and social services.      

  'The President will continue to count on the support, cooperation and goodwill of all Nigerians as the Administration strives to quicken the pace of development across the country.     

  ' In this regard, he urges Nigerians to reflect on the themes of piety, love, honesty, patience, humility, selflessness and sacrifice for the good of all which dominate Biblical accounts of Christ's mission on earth in the belief that the country will make faster progress towards the fulfilment of its immense potentials if more of its citizens imbibe these virtues, and to apply them constantly in the service of the nation and in their daily lives.     

  'He wishes all Nigerians a Merry Christmas', the statement added.