Metro Jonathan’s Abducted Uncle Narrates Experience in Kidnappers’ Den



Chief Inegite Jonathan,72, uncle and foster father to former President Goodluck Jonathan, who was abducted by gunmen on Feb. 17, has narrated his ordeal to the former President.

The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the former president was one of the early callers who thronged the residence of the freed septuagenarian in Otuoke.

Family sources told NAN that Inegitte expressed shock over the death of his nephew Samuel Oki, abducted along with him who lost his life in the kidnap saga.


He told Jonathan that the kidnappers came with two speed boats and abducted the two of them.

He said that he appealed to the kidnappers to free Oki, but unknown to him the kidnappers killed him.

The chief thanked all those who sympathised with him during his trying period.