Ex-President reportedly escapes death in Bayelsa [PHOTOS]

Jonathan is said to have been attacked by a group of militants today, November 30, 2015, in Bayelsa State

According to reports, former President Goodluck Jonathan, today, November 30, 2015, narrowly escaped death in Bayelsa State.

Jonathan is said to have been attacked by a group of militants, according to Leadership Newspaper.

The attackers reportedly chased the former president’s convoy from the Julius Berger bridge area of Yenagoa to the entrance of his home in the Kpansia area.

They were however said to have been overpowered and arrested by members of Jonathan’s security team.

The suspects have reportedly been handed over to the police in the state for interrogation.


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