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Goodluck Jonathan Raises Alarm Over Fake Versions His New Book

Former President Goodluck Jonathan raises alarm over fake versions of his book ‘My Transition Hours’ that has found its way online through thousands of WhatsApp pages.

Jonathan recently launched his book on Tuesday, November 20, 2018, in Abuja, with the paperback and hardcover versions now in bookstores near you, but somehow hackers found a way to the soft copy and edited the book to suit their narratives.

So the formal president took to his twitter page (@GEjonathan) to raise an alarm. He wrote:

“We have just been informed that a fake document contrived by mischief makers is being passed on as the e-version and hard copy of the just launched ‘#MyTransitionHours”

“We advise the general public to ignore such publication as the chapters and contents are not the same as the book publicly presented two days ago in Abuja.

“Also, note that the e-copy of #MyTransitionHours ’is not being marketed, as such, the fake online version could only have been created by those out to deceive the unsuspecting public.”

A scan through online versions of the book, which comes in PDF format, shows that ‘My Transition Hours’ has been edited.

According to Punch, some inaccurate information has been added to the original text while some vital information contained in the real book has been expunged.

Punch adds that while the online, fake version is 254 pages long, the physical, authentic version contains 194 pages.

Some chapters are also glaringly missing from the online version.

Jonathan’s media aide, Ikechukwu Eze, has urged members of the public to be wary of the misinformation contained in the online version of the book.

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