Former president, Goodluck Jonathan, has urged Nigerian leaders to value the interest of every section of the country in order to build a united nation devoid of agitation, disunity and disenchantment.
Speaking when he led members of the 1981 set of the University of Port Harcourt alumni Association on visit to the king of Opume kingdom in Ogbia local government area of Bayelsa State, King Amalate Johnnie Turner, Jonathan described the country as being blessed with both human and natural endowments which can only be enjoyed in a peaceful atmosphere.
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He urged leaders to focus more on building a united nation where no one society or tribe should be more valued than the other.
“Leaders should focus more on uniting Nigerians, if one society or group of people or tribe is more valued than the other, then there is bound to be disunity and disenchantment from those who feel not being accorded their rightful respect and value.”
Jonathan, who is an alumnus and a member of the pioneer graduate class of 1981 of the University of Port Harcourt, said “the reunion programme is part of activities of the alumni aimed at fostering bond among old classmates and a platform to deliberate on issues affecting their alma mater and give back to the school and society in general.”