The Chief Press Secretary [CPS] to the Taraba State governor has confirmed to 247ureports.com that the injured Governor of Taraba State, Danbaba Suntai has not suffered brain damage as widely rumored in the media. The CPS indicated that the Governor has been responding to treatment and has been able to received and make telephone calls.
“He has been talking on the telephone” said the Chief Press Secretary who added that the Governor was initially incapacitated immediately following the plane crash of October 2012 over Yola in Adamawa State. It was understood that immediately following the crash, the Governor suffered head injuries that affected his brain functions – including his ability to speak – his speech was reported to be blurred.
But a source near the activities around the Governor tell 247ureports.com that the Governor has been speaking to people on the telephone and to they visitors at the medical facility. “He is clearly improving“.
Just recently two of the governor’s aide who were victims of the October 2012 crash returned to Taraba State – following the completion of a successful treatment in Germany.