Former President Goodluck Jonathan is presently not happy because of the flood which took over his house in Otuoke, Ogbia local government area of Bayelsa State.
ROYAL NEWS reports that the state governor, Duoye Diri, empathized with Jonathan who he said is now also internally displaced as a result of the flood and also visited the former president’s mother, Eunice Jonathan.
Governor Diri lamented the level of destruction caused by what he described as an “attack by natural disaster” on the livelihood of Bayelsans.
The Governor, who disclosed that Otuoke, which is the host community of a Federal University, had been submerged and most of the locals displaced, including Jonathan, further assured the people of the commitment of the State government to put in place machinery to provide relief materials and medical assistance to victims of the flood.
Diri, however, solicited the help of well-meaning Bayelsans, corporate organisations and the federal government to enable the State overcome the present unfortunate situation.
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