Buhari And Jubril Al-Sudanese Is Dead – Nnamdi Kanu

The leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra has alleged that the Nigeria sitting President Muhammed Buhari died on the 20th January, 2017. And during his broadcast on his Facebook page yesterday, 13th May, 2020 on the same vein said that the person impersonating the supposed Nigerian President in the person of Jubril Al-Sudanese is dead.

Nnamdi claimed that President Mohammed Buhari died in a London Hospital where he was receiving medical care, which equally one Nigerian Mission UK based also alleged on social media.


The Nigerian Mission equally alleged that “the information was released by the Nigerian Embassy; Buhari left the West African country for a vacation in the U.K in order to undergo medical checks.


Recall that the second visit Mr. President made that year was to sought for his medical treatment outside Nigeria though he encouraged his subordinate not to travel abroad for treatment; he also traveled to London in June 2016 and saw an ear, nose and throat specialist after contracting an ear infection.”


Kanu the IPOB leader has called on the President of the Nigerian Federation to have an interactive speech where people can call in via a live broadcast in other to prove him wrong that he is president Buhari.


Recall, that the Ex-Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo had dispelled death rumours that he had been shot and killed by gun men in his home town in Ogun State. The news then said he was confirmed dead at one General Hospital in Ota, Ogun State after his convoy was attacked. The former President Obansanjo openly refuted the rumours and said ‘I Dey Kampe’


Nnamdi Kanu claimed that the President is replaced with an impostor.  He called on Nigerians to check the person impersonating ranging the president from the height of the impersonator, the palms, the pierced ear, the age, the local language of the President which is fulfude and many others.


Nnamdi Kanu recently asked why the wife of the President, First Lady Aisha Buhari is the one overseeing the affairs of the State.

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