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#MyTransitionHours: Jonathan’s book pirated 48 hours after launch

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The pirated e-copy

In less than 48 hours, the recently launched book of former President Goodluck has been hijacked by pirates who are currently circulating its PDF copies on the social media.

The book titled, “My Transition Hours,” written by Jonathan and forwarded by Ghana’s former President John Mahama, was launched on Tuesday, in Abuja, in a ceremony well attended by former and current African presidents, among other dignitaries from a walks of life.

However, the soft copies of the book personally advertised by Jonathan on his Twitter handle with two different cover prices, N10, 500 (hardback) and N5, 000 (paperback), is currently being circulated for free, most especially via WhatsApp.

Jonathan, who is already aware of the situation, has taken to his Twitter handle to alert the public about the development, saying, “We have just been informed that a fake document contrived by mischief makers is being passed on as the e-veesion and hard copy of the just launched My Transition Hours.”

Consequently, he advised 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.”

Jonathan noted that “the e-copy of his book “is not being marketed, as such, the fake online version could only have been created by those out to deceive the unsuspecting public.”

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