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A video of president Mohammadu Buhari addressing Nigerians in Japan has emerged on Channels Television.
The video is coming as majority of Nigerians has groaned to see the president’s video evidence that he truly made it to TICAD7
Nigerians has doubted the trip to Japan following series of conspiracy theories in the past that the president stopped over to London for medical attention whenever he bids for an event abroad.
The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) has said that Buhari did not make it to Japan following their efforts to meet with the president but failed because the president was not seen in the public at the TICAD7.
They had always challenged the President’s media managers, including Bashir Ahmad and Femi Adesina, to stop bringing photoshopped pictures but video to disprove their claim.
In a video by Channels Television, a Nigeria based mainstream media, showed President Mohammadu Buhari with some persons said to be Nigerians in Tokyo, Japan where they were addressed.
The President is expected to arrive Abuja as he departs Japan in the early hours of today.
The journey back back home, according to Femi Adesina, will take 17 hours to Abuja, the federal territory.
The President revealed this when he was reacting to statements insinuating why the President missed the G-7 meeting for TICAD7.
He said: “Somebody also said the Nigerian President was in Japan, when his host, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, was in France, saying it didn’t show seriousness.
“Really? TICAD 7 starts Wednesday. The Nigerian leader arrived here Monday. When else should he have come? The journey from Abuja to Japan is 17 hours. Do you do that by hop, step and jump? Or you use what the Yoruba call ‘Kanako,’ in which you just stamp your foot on the ground, and you find yourself where you want to go, in a jiffy? Some people must just criticize, for the very fun of it.”