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President Jonathan Head To France For Summit On Boko Haram

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President Goodluck Jonathan has revealed today he will be going to France for the planned summit on the Boko Haram insurgency.

The summit is being hosted by France to try and find a resolution to tackle the the Boko Haram insurgency.
Jonathan thanked the support by the Britain and other foreign nations in trying to find a solution against the insurgency.
Mr Jonathan told the British Minister for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs, Mr. Mark Simmonds that his government is willing to allow international support in its search and rescue mission for the abducted girls from Chibok.
The plan for the summit was initiated by French President François Hollande last Sunday.
He had earlier said during his visit to Azerbaijan: “With Nigerian President Goodluck Jonathan, I have proposed to hold a meeting with the countries bordering Nigeria,”.
Mr Jonathan praised the initiative saying that if the nations collaborate, the curse of Boko Haram would be taken care of.
Mr. Simmons said:”We are keen to support Nigeria in every possible way and help you overcome present challenges,” he declared.

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