He debunked report published by some quarters of the media that "36 Plasma television sets and about 25 refrigerators", were stolen, clarifying that only six television sets, three refrigerators and one gas cooker were stolen.
According to reports the burglary happened in July and was carried out by police officers deployed to watch over the house.
Manzah said: "The command to inform the general public that it has commenced full-fledge investigation into the case of theft in the Gwarimpa residence of former president, Dr Goodluck Ebele Jonathan, GCFR".
In a report by Premium Times, the items were part of the loots stolen by security details assigned to the ex-President's property situated at No. 89, Fourth Avenue in the Gwarimpa district of Abuja.
The aide said the enquiries by journalists and other concerned Nigerians made it necessary for the former President to make some clarifications.
He said that a number of suspects, who included at least 6 police officers were arrested following the incident.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan said yesterday that his house was stripped bare of all valuables and movable items by those who burgled it. "Being that the house is a modest 4-bedroom duplex, it couldn't have been fitted with "36 Plasma television sets and about 25 refrigerators" as falsely reported by some media outfits", Eze was quoted as saying.
It was gathered that the policemen would soon face orderly room trial after which they would be dismissed from service for theft.
"The investigation into the theft is nearly concluded and it is certain that the policemen involved in the case would be eased out of the service for gross misconduct".
"They were arrested about two weeks ago", the police source familiar with the development told PT last Tuesday.
"Preliminary police investigation on the matter has revealed that some items were missing in the house".