Jibril Aminu From Sudan: Who is He? And Is He President Buhari’s Clone?

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Jibril Aminu From Sudan: Who is He? And Is He President Buhari’s Clone?

Nigeria has been rocked by Nnamdi Kanu’s repeated allegations that President Muhammadu Buhari is dead. He stated categorically that the guy now occupying the presidential residence in Aso Rock is Sudanese Jibril Aminu. Many Nigerians have questioned who Jibril Aminu of Sudan is as a result of his allegations. What happened to him? Is he really pretending to be our president? Is President Buhari no longer alive?

The Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) leader, Nnamdi Kanu, has long been at odds with the current APC administration. He has now flown out of the country — and is thought to be in Israel — after being released from his most recent detention.

“My heart goes out to the family of Habibu Almu, the diplomat brutally murdered in Sudan over his involvement in the recruiting of Jubril the impostor,” Nnamdi Kanu wrote on his official Twitter account.

“He’s gone, but truth never dies.”

Sudanese police and Interpol must figure out who committed this in Aso Rock and bring them to justice.” That’s just one of several comments he’s made about the alleged impostor in charge of Aso Rock.

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Who is Aminu Jibril from Sudan?

Aminu Jibril is apparently a fake character who was recruited to imitate ‘late President Muhammadu Buhari’ and is said to be from Sudan.

Facebook and a number of Nigerian forums, which have long provided a platform for the dissemination of both fake and real news, have played a role in making those assertions go viral.

While there is no hard proof to substantiate Kanu’s accusations, a number of images have surfaced online highlighting the supposed differences between Aminu Jubril and Buhari.

Photos of Aminu Jibril from Sudan

A snapshot was published by a Facebook user who claimed to have identified the difference between President Muhammadu Buhari and Sudanese Aminu Jibrin.

Shehu Sani Reacts

Senator Shehu Sani of Kaduna Central resorted to Twitter to denounce reports that the actual Buhari was dead and that the President in Aso Rock was Jibril El Sudan.

“There is no one and nothing like Jibril El sudan,” he declared in a tweet.

Buhari ‘Caesar’ is in good health and does not have a double.

“However, in Shakespearean Nigeria, Jibrin might be said to be a creative and mythological character.

In our absurdist theater, it’s normal to construct characters and propagate theories,” he continued.

President Buhari reacts

The situation had gotten so bad that President Muhammadu Buhari had to confront the allegations during a meeting in Poland.

“A lot of people hoped I died during my terrible health,” he stated during a brief speech. Since I was no longer alive, some people approached my vice president and requested that he consider them for vice president. That caused him a great deal of embarrassment.

“I tell you, it’s the real me,” he finished.

I’ll be 76 years old soon, and I’ll still be going strong.”

Meanwhile, Nnamdi Kanu has promised to reveal the Cabal’s actions. So keep your fingers crossed. Let’s wait and see what happens.

In 2020, the president will celebrate his 78th birthday, and his spokesman, Femi Adesina, has reaffirmed that the president is not dead and that he is the one who is currently leading the country, not the Sudanese President Jibril.

 

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Jibril Aminu From Sudan: Who is He? And Is He President Buhari’s Clone?

 

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