JUST IN: ‘I Said Buhari Is Dead Not ‘Cloned’, Nnamdi Kanu Tackles FG

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The Leader of the Indigenous people of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu has responded to claims he started the rumour that President Muhammadu Buhari was ‘cloned’.

According to reports, Kanu said that he has always maintained that President Buhari is ‘dead’ and was replaced by another individual allegedly from Sudan called ‘Jubril Aminu Al-sudani’ as a ‘double’.

Over the weekend, Kanu attempted to clarify his statement in a two-and-half hour worldwide radio broadcast from Israel.

He described the use of the word ‘cloning’ as a diversionary tactic: “We are going to dismantle the lies of Lai Mohammed and his brother (Senator Ajayi Borroffice), who claims he holds a doctorate degree in genetics and said nobody can clone a 75-yr-old.

“Lai Mohammed re-echoed that sentiment. If you’re not intelligent enough, you will think that Nnamdi Kanu said Buhari was cloned into Jubril (a Sudanese).

“That was not what I said. I said Jubril is an impostor. They (the cabal) brought him in to act and behave like the ‘dead’ Buhari. I never said he was cloned. The introduction of cloning into the narrative was a ploy to confuse the people.

“I am very grateful that the Sudanese government are doing something about this by investigating the matter.

“It must be mentioned that the mastermind of the fraud of Jibril is Abba Kyari. Has anyone seen him recently?”

He also took to twitter Monday morning to state: “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.”

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