Outgoing President, Goodluck Jonathan, will on May 29, leave the Aso Villa and will relocate to his Otuoke house in Bayelsa state where he is expected to retire.
A visit to Otuoke by The Punch on Thursday showed that Jonathan’s mansions, which had been undergoing construction and reconstruction in the last 10 years, are now ready for habitation. The area they sit on is best described as an island.
As if the President had the premonition that he would not live in Aso Rock beyond 2015, he was reported to have begun acquiring properties adjacent his sprawling country home by late 2013.
Populace of Otuoke are indeed longing to see President Jonathan, one of their illustrious sons, return home.