Jubril Of Sudan: Obasanjo Breaks Silence About Cloned Buhari Rumour, See What He Thinks About It
Obasanjo Breaks Silence, Insist President Muhammadu Buhari Isn’t From Sudan But He Is Not The Buhari He Used To Know
There has been this controversy surrounding the president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Muhammadu Buhari about him being cloned. The president has proven beyond all doubts that he isn’t JIbril of Sudan as reported by the proscribed leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra, Maazi Nnamdi Kanu. Maazi Nnamdi Kanu claimed that the president was cloned and he was strictly warned to thread with caution and only say what he know.
President Muhammadu Buhari has come out to clear the air regarding the statement made by Nnamdi Kanu to sabotage him. He debunked the claims that he died and was replaced by a clone, calling the speculation “ignorant rumors.” He outrightly denied the claim made by Nnamdi Kanu and also Femi Adesina, a presidential aide came out to lecture the masses about the cloned Buhari controversy. He gave an in depth explanation and analysis to educate those who still thinks the president is cloned. This is President Muhammadu Buhari, the Daura man whom Nigerians voted for in 2015.
Former president, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo in a zoom meeting yesterday with Toyin Falola, a historian, spoke about the security challenges in the country and other areas Muhammadu Buhari needs to tackle.
He disclosed that he used to know Muhammadu Buhari as a military man when he worked with him, but the current Buhari who is the democratic President of Nigeria has fallen far below the standards expected from him.
In his words;
He said, “7 thought I knew President Buhari because he worked with me. But I used to ask people that is it that I have not read him well or read him adequately or is it that he has changed from the Buhari that l used to know? I am not subscribing to the people who say we have a new Buhari from Sudan and all that nonsense.
know what I believed was his limitations andI have written about it -he wasn’t strong in economics, not all ofus are strong in anything but you need to have sufficient knowledge of it for you to direct the affairs. He wasn’tparticularly too strong in foreign affairs butI thought he was strong enough in the military.
“From his performance in his first outing as head of state, I thought he would also do well in fighting corruption. I did not know the nepotistic tendencies of President Buhari maybe because he was not exposed to that sort of situation when he worked with me. “But with what I have seen now, I believe that maybe he will be thinking of a legacy.
Maybe he will also learn from what has happened in recent times. If you are the commander-in-chiefand banditry is taking place in your backyard, then you have to wake up.”
What can you say to this?