President Jonathan Takes Break From Campaigns To Participate In Late Sister’s Burial Tomorrow

Nancy Jonathan-OleiPresident Goodluck Jonathan’s younger sister, Mrs. Nancy Jonathan-Olei, who passed away on Sunday, January 4, 2015 is to be buried tomorrow, Friday, in Otuoke, Bayelsa State, the Presidency has announced.

According to a statement signed by Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Reuben Abati on Thursday, a burial programme issued on behalf of the Jonathan and Otazi families of Otuoke, stated that remains of the deceased will leave the Otuoke Comprehensive Hospital Mortuary at 9 am for her residence in Otuoke. nike free sale
The statement reads in part: “Mrs. Jonathan-Olei’s remains will be received by members of her family at the residence and moved to the Dame Patience Jonathan Square for a Service of Songs scheduled to begin at 10 am.

“A funeral service for the late Mrs. Jonathan-Olei will be held at the St. Stephen’s Anglican Church at 1 pm after which her remains will be interred.

“President Jonathan is scheduled to participate fully in Mrs. Jonathan-Olei’s burial programme.

“She is survived by her children, grand-children and siblings including President Jonathan, Sir Ariolo Ebele Jonathan, Mr. Evans Jonathan, Madam Obebhatein Jonathan, Mrs. Dorcas Awo, Mrs. Stella Donald, Mrs. Aziboni Abuge and Miss Dagao-apu Jonathan”.

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  • How unserious this man called Godluck when Nyanya bombing killed tenths he did not cancel his campaign program same can be said to the victims of Baga attack who died by the thousands.. his sister souls is all that matters and worth canceling a campaign tower for? What a shame!

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