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Jonathan keeps journalists guessing about mission to Aso Rock



Former President Goodluck Jonathan left the Presidential Villa, Abuja, few minutes after his closed -doors meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari without speaking to newsmen.

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State House correspondent gathered round the former President for a chat immediately he stepped out of the President’s office but he politely turned down the journalists’ request, entered the car that brought him to the State House and drove out of the premises.

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