Former President of Sierra Leone, Ernest Bai Koroma has mourned the death of two aides of Former Nigerian President, Goodluck Jonathan.

According to reports, a vehicle in the convoy of former President Goodluck Jonathan on Wednesday was involved in ghastly accident. No fewer than two persons were said to have died in the accident and two others who are police officers were seriously injured.

While expressing shock at the incident, Koroma mentioned that He also drove in the same convoy during his recent visit to Nigeria.

“Just few days ago, I was with my friend and brother, President Goodluck Jonathan, in Abuja and we drove in the same convoy from Abeokuta. I’m absolutely shocked by the news of the motor accident which claimed the lives of two of his aides.

“Saddened by the demise of such hardworking aides, may God give President Jonathan the courage to accept this loss. I join him in extending our deepest sympathies to the bereaved families. May their precious souls rest in perfect peace!”, Koroma wrote.

The accident occurred around the Bill Clinton Drive area of the Nigerian Capital around 4:30 pm when one of the vehicles over sped and rammed into another.

The former president, it was learnt, was coming from the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport to his residence in Abuja when the accident happened.

It was further gathered that the former president was unhurt while those injured were rushed to the National Hospital.