President Muhammadu Buhari during the 24th Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC), otherwise known as COP24, in Poland, answered the question, whether he is, ‘Jubril’ from Sudan or the real Buhari.
In his response to the question of being cloned, Buhari said; A lot of people hoped that I died during my ill health. It is real me… I will soon celebrate my 76th birthday and I will still go strong.” “Osinbajo, even he had to deal with the rumours — Some people reached out to him to consider them to be his Vice President because they assumed I was dead.”
The ‘Jubril’ subject has been a serious source of debate among Nigerians – As some, have called on the government to clear the controversies concerning the subject.
We took a look at Twitter, and here’s are the opinions of some Nigerian Twitter users on the issue of Buhari having a double from Sudan, now ruling in his stead.
The 'Jubril of Sudan' narrative does not in anyway help our cause to send PMB back to Daura. It actually solidifies the notion that hatred for PMB has driven some people into near lunacy & unexplainable Stupidity.
Let's end this now~I'll block any MF that propagates it on my TL
— Prof Stanley Nwabia (@MrStanleyNwabia) November 26, 2018
I have thus far refrained from talking about Jubril al-Sudani, because it is bunkum, and I was quite glad that @MBuhari had also ignored it, or, appeared to have.
Now he has spoken, and the cat has been set amongst the pigeons as it were.
— Chxta (@Chxta) December 3, 2018
Nnamdi Kanu created many idiots in Nigeria. Those who believed that @MBuhari was replaced by one Jubril from Sudan became voluntary idiots.
If you believe a PRESIDENT can die in LONDON and the corpse smuggled out; then , it is clear your cerebral gyri may not be complete.
— Adebodun FaKayode (@drdebodun) December 3, 2018
Its a PDP propaganda
Oh yes! He is Jubril
Here we have a supposed old man between 76-85 yrs that suddenly switched his writing hand from left to right.
Could the @AsoRock handlers of Jubril clarify this mix-up?
— Mazi Nnamdi Kanu (@MaziNnamdiKanu) November 25, 2018
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