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Tuesday, August 3
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Many traumatised by Nigeria’s situation, Jonathan laments

EX-President Goodluck Jonathan has expressed his concerns pertaining to the increasing wave of insecurity in the nation.

He revealed this during a courtesy call on him by the Chief Executive Officer of the Albino Foundation, Jake Epelle, its management and partners to commend him for paying the bills of persons with albinism to undergo surgery against cancer overseas.

“Most of these crimes perpetrated are drug-induced because no sane Nigerian will just go and commit crime except he is high on something. Imagine starting your day with the news of killing in the morning, it leaves an impression on your mind. We need to also look into issues of mental health.

“Now, we have cults in primary and secondary schools; then, it was in tertiary institutions, but you now see children in these schools thinking of how to kill their mates. This is sad.”

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