Is hope strong enough to arrest insecurity?

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Is hope strong enough to arrest insecurity?

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While speaking at the 108th Baptist Convention held penultimate week, former President Olusegun Obasanjo expressed the hope that Nigeria would not be consumed by its current security challenges. The former President said, “I am an incurable optimist about a number of things, but particularly about Nigeria. The situation may be threatening, but we will not […]

Is hope strong enough to arrest insecurity?
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Source: Nigerian Tribune