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Jubril al Sudan: Presidency replies Nnamdi Kanu on ‘cloned Buhari’ claim
Finally, the Nigerian government has responded to the cloning claim by the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu five years after.
Kanu had alleged that president Mohammadu Buhari loss his life in 2017 after embarking on a medical trip to London.
Buhari, who stayed closely three months for an undisclosed illness abroad was rumoured dead and an impostor, Jubril from Sudan was contracted by late Abba Kyari and Aso Rock Cabal.
IPOB leader had since then called for an independent medical examiner to carry out a DNA check with his son Yusuf.
Addressing the claims yesterday on the heel of Buhari’s birthday celebration, the president’s media and publicity special adviser, Femi Adesina debunked the claim.
Described as ridiculous and Idiocy for a fraction of intellectuals to believe that there is a clone in Aso Villa, aJubril from Sudan.
Adesina, however, narrated a storyline in view of make-believe Buhari is still alive.
He told that the day Buhari was expected to return in August 2017 coincidentally it was Chief of Defence Staff, Gen Abayomi Olonisakinhe’s daughter’s wedding.
He (Adesina) appeared in an attractive attire: “decked unusually in complete Agbada, with a cap to match” and before joined the welcome reception at the airport from the wedding.
Unusually, the president got attracted to his outfit as he walked accordingly to shake each person “he had one wisecrack or the other to say. When he got to me, he took my hand and said: ‘Adesina, this is the best I’ve seen you dressed.’”
He said media reporters took photo and video of them laughing heartily and other colleagues thereafter requested to know “what had tickled me and the President, that we laughed so uproariously”
“Jubril from Sudan? Would he know my name as Adesina? Would he know I rarely wear Agbada? How ridiculous can some people be?” Femi Adesina added.
Meanwhile, the co-convener of Bring Back Our Girls, Oby Ezekwesili had urged the international community to organize an independent medical examination on Buhari to ascertain his heart condition.
She made the call while speaking with CNN, citing the president’s inability to physically attaining to disturbing security issues confronting the country.