Unic Press UK: Speaking Sunday during a town hall meeting with Nigerians in the Republic of Poland, a man whom many Nigerians still believe to be the real Muhammadu Buhari, said:
Somebody just thought I am cloned. . . A lot of people hoped that I was dead. Some called the Vice President to consider them to be his vice president because I was dead.
However, during a sermon Sunday, the founder of the Living Faith Church Worldwide and the Winners’ Chapel, David Oyedepo weighed in, making a reference to an article Buhari-Body-Double by one Olatunji Dare, which was published in the Nation newspaper on Tuesday, the 27th November 2018, wherein the author said:
“Kanu, or whoever began the tale, and those who have been peddling it, should update their material. I can report authoritatively that representatives of the Jubril family, having discovered the gigantic swindle, suddenly showed up in Abuja the other day and demanded to be compensated with a power-sharing arrangement at the federal level in perpetuity, plus 50 percent of Nigeria’s oil revenues for ten years in the first instance. Failing this, they warned, they would tell their story to the whole world. I can also reveal that the Nigerian authorities have entered into frantic negotiations with Jubril’s family to head off what is sure to earn a double entry in the Guinness Book of Records as the world’s Dirtiest and Worst-kept Secret. . .
In May 2017, multiple [unconfirmed] reports emerged about the demise of Nigerian President, Muhammed Buhari. And the reports spread like wildfires thereafter; reaching a level that many Nigerians and foreigners have concluded that the person leading the country as president is not the man Nigerians elected president in 2015.
A former British parliament member, Eric Joyce and the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu have repeatedly said a lot, from 2017 to date, about Muhammadu Buhari. One would therefore expect that by now, an irrefutable disclosure of the true situation would have been provided by the Nigerian government to nip in the bud this issue.
— Eric Joyce (@ericjoyce) May 19, 2017
I said Jubril is an impostor, not a clone. Fulani cabal should stop their dirty diversionary tactics. You need not be an Einstein or a native doctor to know the man in Poland is not Buhari. All you need is common sense, ability to reason and a functioning eyesight. pic.twitter.com/4Zgznt3CHH
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) December 3, 2018
UK curiously uninterested in whether Nigerian president, reportedly in London, is alive or dead. https://t.co/UNXE6ew631
— Eric Joyce (@ericjoyce) May 20, 2017
If Buhari is not dead and replaced by Jubril from Sudan, why won't the Nigerian government sue Eric Joyce, a former British lawmaker for peddling lies? They can’t because they know I am speaking the truth. @AsoRock @ericjoyce @NGRPresident @UKParliament @NGRSenate @WhiteHouse pic.twitter.com/qqrKHPmtNy
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) November 11, 2018