Presidency replies Nnamdi Kanu on President Buhari being the ‘Jubril of Sudan’

Jubril of Sudan

The Presidency replies to Nnamdi Kanu on Buhari being the ‘Jubril of Sudan’.

The Presidency has rubbished claims by Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), that President Muhammadu Buhari is Jubril of Sudan.

It is “idiocy,” according to Buhari’s Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, to claim that the president is dead and has been replaced by Jubril from Sudan.

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This was revealed in Adesina’s most recent article, titled “The Essential Buhari: VP Osinbajo Got It!”

He recalls how Buhari recognised him when he returned from a medical trip abroad in 2017.

“I remember that day in August 2017, when the President finally returned to the country from his medical vacation,” the article begins. He’d been in and out a few times since January of that year, but he’d been spending weeks and months outside, tending to his health. Finally, on August 19, he triumphantly returned home.

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“We were waiting for him at the airport.” I’ve told the storey several times to dispel the myth that it was a certain Sudanese man named Jibril who returned, not Buhari. The daughter of Gen Gabriel Olonisakin, the former Chief of Defence Staff, was getting married. And I was dressed in full Yoruba traditional attire of Agbada and a matching cap for both the church service and reception. I went straight to the airport after the ceremony to join the President’s welcome party.

“As the President descended from the plane, we, the principal aides, were in line to greet him.” And, as is typical of him, he shook hands with each person, cracking a wisecrack or two. “Adesina, this is the best I’ve seen you dressed,” he said when he saw me. We both burst out laughing.

“Sudan’s Jibril?” What made him think I was Adesina? What makes him think he knows how I normally dress? Idiocy, I say once more. But that’s just a sidebar; the storey I want to tell to support the topic at hand isn’t about that.”

Following Buhari’s medical trip to London in 2017, Kanu speculated on his death.

He claimed that after Buhari’s death, he was cloned and replaced by Jubril Al-Sudan.


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