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Flood submerges ex-president Jonathan’s home in Bayelsa

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The residence of former President Goodluck Ebele Jonathan has been taken over by flood.

The residence at his Otuoke home town in Bayelsa State was first ravaged in 2012, and Friday 21st of October makes it the second time the incident has occurred.

Bayelsa Governor Duoye Diri during a visit to the residence described the situation as an “attack by natural disaster.”

He lamented that a lot of the residents have been rendered homeless due to the situation.

He further assured Bayelsans of his commitment to address the issue.

Diri Duoye also took that opportunity to visit the residence of the former President’s mother, Eunice Jonathan.


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