We have also learnt that the presidency instructed the hospital to discharge her so that she can continue her treatment in
Her aides, who are living in hotels in Abuja Wiesbaden,
have been told to pack their bags in readiness to return to . Abuja
A reliable source told SaharaReporters that immense pressure has been piled on the hospital management to allow Mrs. Jonathan go back to
where she will continue her
therapy, a measure that will forestall further embarrassment of her husband,
President Goodluck Jonathan. Nigeria
A local newspaper reported yesterday that Mrs. Jonathan had been discharged from the hospital and checked into a hotel, but a source told SaharaReporters today that the First Lady receives treatment in a room at the hospital with a five-star hotel room status. Since she is a private suite reserved for queens and kings, the source said it was absurd to check her into a hotel room in preparation for departure.
A presidency source also confirmed Mr. Jonathan’s order that the First Lady be brought home, as a result of which she might be airlifted back Nigeria any moment from now.
Mrs. Jonathan's exact medical diagnosis remains shrouded in secrecy. Saharareporters has carefully followed her case since she was airlifted from
one month ago when we were first told that she had suffered food poisoning. Our
investigations however revealed that she had first gone to Germany Dubai
to undergo a procedure which went awry, leaving her unable to speak for about
one week after arriving . Germany
Upon returning to
Nigeria, some sort of medical emergency then
developed, and she was rushed in an air ambulance to , where she underwent
surgery to remove uterine fibroids. She had barely recovered sufficiently when
her condition was reportedly exacerbated by Parkinson disease. Germany
Yesterday, the Lagos-based PM News revealed that Mrs. Jonathan has uterine cancer. Through all this, the presidency has made no statements.