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Buhari calls Jonathan, condemns attack on his residence

President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday put a telephone call to former President Goodluck Jonathan to sympathize with him over an attack by gunmen on his Otuoke, Bayelsa State country residence.
In the telephone conversation, President Buhari expressed sadness over the “tragic and unfortunate attack,” during which a gallant soldier lost his life, said a presidency statement.
While commending the soldiers on guard for bravely repelling the attack, Buhari condoled with family members as well as officers and men of the Nigerian Army over the loss of one of the guards.
“President Buhari assured that the protection of the life of the former leader and all citizens of the country will continue to be the major preoccupation of his administration”, added the statement issued by presidential media assistant, Garba Shehu.

Written by ExpressDay

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