President Goodluck Jonathan has said that the numerous problems facing Nigeria started before he took over the mantle of the leadership about two years ago.
The President, who spoke in Enugu during the funeral ceremony in honour of the Mother of Enugu State Governor, Mrs Theresa Chime, said something must have gone wrong along the line from 1914 when the Southern and Northern Protectorate were amalgamated till date.
The president advised Nigerians against playing politics with the development of the country and appealed for all hands to be on deck to save Nigeria.
He commiserated with Governor Sullivan Chime and members of his family, noting that the deceased contributed enormously to the successes recorded by his children.
Earlier in his speech, Governor Chime thanked the president for attending the funeral ceremony and prayed God to continue to give him courage to carry out his reform agenda.
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