Despite Security Challenges, Mark Assures Nigerians Of ‘Light At The End Of The Tunnel’

6f419e72c507feb17578d6db5cfe08c6Senate President David Mark has urged the citizens not to despair, saying “there will be light at the end of the tunnel”.

The senate president also expressed the confidence that the nation’s socio-political and economic problems in the last one year would give way to better days in the New Year.

Mark spoke in a statement yesterday by his Chief Press Secretary, Paul Mumeh.

The statement read in part: “There is no doubt that the situation, especially insecurity, is challenging. We cannot pretend that all is well with us. But we are a nation of good faith in one God. When it seems impossible, God will make it possible.

“This trying time is only, but a phase in our match to greatness. With cooperation, dedication, honesty and patriotism on the part of all of us, we shall surely triumph.

“All that is required”, Mark insisted, “is for all citizens; both the government and the governed to see our challenges as a collective problem facing all of us and not only to a part.

He noted that there was no problem too difficult for the nation to surmount, “if we come together in one accord to confront the menace.


  1. the problem is only facing the poor one because ur house door is bullet proof ur bullet proof you send all your children to Europe for study if you want to shopping is Dubai direct if medical is Germany if you want to spend ur holiday is London so stop deceiving your self our eyes don open ooo!