Yenagoa - Former President Goodluck Jonathan on Monday escaped death by whiskers when some suspected militants allegedly working for the All Progressives Congress (APC) in Bayelsa State drove into his convoy, reports NewsDay.
The militants intercepted and drove into a short motorcade conveying Jonathan from the Julius Berger bridge area of the state capital Yenagoa.
The men then trailed and chased the motorcade to the entrance of the Yenagoa private residence of the former President in the Kpansia area of the town.
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They were, however, overpowered and arrested by a combined team of security operatives attached to the former President.
The men have been taken to the Bayelsa State Police Command for further investigation and interrogation.
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- News 24