Former President, Goodluck Jonathan has said that the implementation of the 2014 national conference report will help reduce the current ethnic tension the country.
Mr. Jonathan stated this while delivering the keynote address at a peace summit organised by the Junior Chamber International in Malaysia on Thursday.
He said his administration had organised the conference to also promote national cohesion and give Nigerians “hope for a better tomorrow.”
“The conference gave both the young and old the opportunity to exhaustively discuss and agree on the issues that agitated their minds on the workability of Nigeria’s federal structure,” he added.
“I believe the recommendations of this confab, if implemented, would go a long way in solving Nigeria’s structural problems.”