Drama as Jonathan’s kinsmen carry mock coffin for PDP

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There was drama at the weekend in Ogbia, former President Goodluck Jonathan’s local government area in Bayelsa State, when youths from the area, carried a mock coffin decorated with the colours and a flag of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP).

The youths comprising males and females took the coffin into a venue arranged for a rally of the All Progressives Congress (APC) and its candidate in the December 5 governorship election.

They went to a corner of the venue to place the coffin on a stage, draped it with a PDP flag and inscribed on it: “PDP Rest in Peace.”

The youths also erected a signpost indicating burial arrangements of the party on December 5.

Round the coffin were traditional items used to bury deceased persons based on the tradition of the Ijaw people.

The youths who were dressed in traditional black T-shirts first carried the coffin in a procession round the Ogbia town before bringing it to the venue of the rally.
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