President Jonathan Very Angry Over the public Leakage Of First Lady's Illness; no be small thing O!

President Goodluck Jonathan is said to be angry about the leakage of information
concerning the sickness of his wife, Patience.
The President and those closed to him had planned to keep Mrs.
Jonathan’s trip “a top secret.”Mrs. Jonathan is presently in German, where she was said to have undergone surgery for ruptured appendicitis.
But the Presidency had denied that the President’s wife was ill, saying that she was only resting abroad.
Her spokesman, Mr. Ayo Osinlu, said the President’s wife travelled out of the country to take a “moment’s rest.” It was learnt that the President had thought that his wife where abouts would be kept under wraps by those considered to be his close associates of Patience aids and few security officials, who it was gathered, knew about her movement.
Investigations further showed that in order to avoid leakage of information on her trip, only those considered to be “very trusted” aides knew about it.
However, when the story was published by an online medium, Saharareporters, the President was said to be angry that there were moles among those considered to be trusted aides.
A Presidency source said, “The President is angry that the story could still leak when a very few staff of the President and security men knew about the travelling.
“He had thought that the movement could be kept secret as planned, but was astonished when news started filtering on the Internet about the sickness that made her to travel.
“At some point, he felt bad that despite the overhaul of the security system in the Villa, the movement of his wife would still not be kept secret.”
It was learnt that the entire security system in the Presidential Villa had been overhauled more than three times since the President assumed office.
Before now, the President’s aides were said to have thought that some foreign media houses working at the Presidential Villa were responsible for the leakage of information in the Presidency.
However, the postage of some photographs on the Internet and online medium were said to have changed the thought.

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