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Leader of the Indigenous of People Biafra is not giving soon following circulated pictures replicating President Mohammadu Buhari’s welcome train during his arrival in Japan, thwarted the President with contrary video.
The IPOB leader, said the video of South African President, Cyril Ramaphosa, received at the airport ahead of the Conference in Japan, is how a true leader ought to be welcomed in a foreign land.
He further urged Nigerians to compare the video with ones “stage managed” by President Buhari’s media aides, adding that the video go to prove that Buhari is dead
The post, which was published on Tuesday evening reads: “his is how a genuine president is welcomed into Japan. South African President Cyril Ramaphosa being accorded the red carpet treatment as befits a head of state on official assignment for his country.
“Compare this with the video of Jubril below in a stage managed arrival at an unknown airport and weep for the gullibility of Nigerians.
“I posted this video to prove to frightened and myopic Nigerians that Buhari is dead and replaced by an impostor from Sudan. Had Buhari been alive, this is the same treatment he would have received. Japan cannot roll out the red carpet for a common criminal recruited from the streets of Khartoum to play the role of a dead president. Japanese Government is now officially aware, courtesy of my correspondence to them, that Buhari is dead and replaced by a criminal impostor.”
Kanu expressed gratitude following an open latter forwarded to Emperor of Japan to arrest and investigate “Buhari-Jubril”, who he described as impostor.
Kanu, who said the Emperor has accepted to grant his requests, said Jubril will be treat like a common criminal.
“I am equally elated that Japanese Imperial Court had regard for my letter and decided to treat Jubril like the common criminal he is.”