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“Tell the world which Buhari you interviewed” Nnamdi Kanu fires back to Reuben Abati
Following the recent interview of president Mohammadu Buhari to AriseTv, IPOB leader, and Reuben Abati engages in war battle.
Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, responded to the correspondent comments about the President.
The then media aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Abati had posted follow-up feedback with Nigerians after the Arise TV’s interview.
Abati, who was one of the journalists with the Arise TV team of correspondents spotted with President Buhari a believed prerecorded clip, attempted to clarify some doubts involving the Nigerian leader.
Among the conspiracy theories, Abati reeled off was the claim that Buhari, who was elected to office in 2015 lost his life years ago and was replaced by a body clone Sudanese named Jibrin.
The assertion had gained public attention in Nigeria and the world over, following the absence of Buhari’s personal voice in pressing issues.
Abati had cleared “The man that our team sat with and interviewed didn’t sound like a Jibrin from Sudan,”
But responding to statement, Nnamdi Kanu, who has been in forefront of Buhari’s alleged death and cloning, shared, “@abati1990,
“Could you kindly tell the world, from the collection below, which version of …@MBuhari you interviewed?
“The man you interviewed, did he speak #Fulfude? Did you ask him about the hole in his neck or his Kpomo ear?
“Eyes are useless when the mind is blind.”
Recall, Kanu has been on conspiracy theories on series of different looks of pictures of the president released by the media handlers.
Kanu had claimed that the Buhari died sometime in 2017 in London hospital after a brief illness and was replaced by an impostor, Jubril from Sudan.
Man of his claims had also been responded to by the presidency.
However, the Biafra spiritual leader insists a DNA test be carried out to ascertain who is running the affairs of the country.