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Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, Radio Biafra Director and Leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB) has yet given evidential prove to back up his claims that the man in Aso Rock as President, is not Mohammadu Buhari.
Said Abba Kyari and some persons in Aso Rock referred as ‘Gang of Fulani Sponsors’ recruited man at his 45th year to serve as an impostor to the president whom he claims died since 2016 in a London Hospital.
Kanu, who shared on his Facebook page on Wednesday insisted that his early six scientific proves he tendered against Buhari remains sacrosanct, adding that the man is a Sudanese named Jubril Al-Sudani.
According to his post, maintained that one of his evidence presented that the impostor does not have bald hair as the ‘dead Buhari’, challenged him to remove his head cap in the public for possible examination.
He further stated that his recent trip to British Royal House has exposed him again, noting that the event which required ‘the impostor’ to remove his cap led to his disappearance in a group picture taken at the royal banquet.
In his words, British Royal House restricts uncrowned individuals to remove caps while in the official Buckingham Palace, allows crowned heads to put on their caps.
In a group picture claimed to be taken at the royal house, Kanu said the ‘Sudanese turned Buhari’ were missing following cap removal mandated on him at the British-African Summit.
He, however, said the presidency is expected to come up with a frame up to cover his absence at the Summit which they are known for, extended warm thanks to the individual who was able to make the picture available to prove his claims, including media outlet who spotted the president’s disappearance.