President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday evening said that his administration would soon put an end to the operations of Boko Haram in Nigeria.
Giving this assurance while addressing Nigerians at the Nigerian embassy in Washington, DC, President Jonathan said his administration would further equip all the Nigeria’s security agencies in order to boost their capability to win the ongoing battle against terrorism in the country.
He pressed further that the required financial assistance would also be given to all the agencies by his administration, noting that the supports and encouragement of Nigerians was also required in the battle.
On the forthcoming 2015 general elections, the president who didn’t directly declare his intention to run for a second term in office said that all logistics were already in place to ensure that the elections turn out as the best in the history of Nigeria.
Jonathan added that with the successful conduct of the June 21 governorship election in Ekiti state, he was sure that the same Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) under the leadership of Professor Attahiru Jega would conduct credible elections in Nigeria next year.