President Jonathan Tells Aides First Lady Is Still Alive--Report

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9/11/2012 11:25:31 PM -

SaharaReporters has claimed that sources close to the president, Goodluck Jonathan disclosed to some of his aides that his wife, Dame Patience is still alive after the president was reported to have abruptly left a state luncheon organised for him in Botswana. He was reported to have ended his 3-day working visit to Malawi and Botswana and headed to Abuja.

The report claimed that there were speculations that Patience's health may have taken a dire turn at the German hospital she was reportedly taken to. It was first reported that the first lady was receiving treatment in German for food poisoning while some speculated that she may have gone for surgery.

SR reportedly quoted a source to have told them that, "before he (President Jonathan) went into his residence today, the president told some of his senior aides that his wife is still alive."

SR also claimed that calls and text messages sent to Jonathan's spokesman, Reuben Abati, were not answered.

Moments ago, there were reports that the president had order a change of security details around his wife in Germany. It is a week now that Patience reportedly left Abuja. There have been controversies surrounding her absence in Abuja for some time now.

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