In a few hours, Mr. Jonathan will begin his journey back to his native Otuoke.
On Thursday, labourers were putting finishing touches to five buildings at Mr. Jonathan’s residence.
Two roadblocks, mounted by the operatives of Battalion 5 of the Joint Task Force Operation Pulo Shield, were situated on either side of the spacious compound.
Movements were restricted around the premises.
On Thursday afternoon, the soldiers arrested a journalist with The Punch Newspapers for taking photographs of the compound.
PREMIUM TIMES has now obtained a few photographs of the buildings in the premises.
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