Gov. Suntai Arrives Abuja, Welcomed By Jerry Gana, Others

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GOV. SUNTAI IN THE GREY COLOURED SUIT FLANKED BY PROF. JERRY GANA AND ANOTHER UNIDENTIFIED PERSON
GOV. SUNTAI IN THE GREY COLOURED SUIT FLANKED BY PROF. JERRY GANA AND ANOTHER UNIDENTIFIED PERSON

It is official, ailing Taraba state governor, Danbaba Suntai, has finally arrived Nigeria via the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport, Abuja, after nearly a year abroad where he received treatment for injuries he sustained in an air crash.

Gov. Suntai, who touched down the tarmac aboard a chartered jet around some few minutes past 1:00PM, was assisted to disembark from the plane before he was driven in a Land Cruiser SUV to the VIP section of the airport.

He was received at the airport by Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) elders led by former Minister of Information, Professor Jerry Gana.

A 29 seconds video clip obtained by Sahara Reporters shows Suntai seated in-between some government and party officials looking and occasionally smiling as journalists took his photograph.

More details later.

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