A Journalist Has Leaked An Evidence That Confirmed That President Buhari Is Dead AustinemediaOct 25, 2020 Read original
A journalist has leaked an evidence that confirmed that President Muhammadu Buhari is dead and the person parading himself as President Buhari is an imposter from Sudan named Jubril. News accusing the current President of Nigeria of being an imposter has been going around for quite a long time now as some people have come out to say that the real President Buhari has been dead for the past three years.
The news has resurfaced recently after concerned citizens and well-wishers questioned why the President of Nigeria has been silent amid the chaos and violence happening in his country. Although no solid evidence and confirmation has been identified in order to kick out the president, however, some photos of Buhari’s death certificate has been all over the internet and social media.
Here are some photos suggesting that President Buhari’s death claims may be true and are not just empty allegations formulated by his oppositions. It is unclear if these are true but if they are somehow related to the truth, does it mean that the APC party has been deceiving the public all this while?
A Facebook post published on 16th March 2019 claims Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari died in the United Kingdom after suffering from brain cancer. Within days the post by Onyeka Ekwenugo page had been shared over 67 times and garnered 16 comments and 34 reactions.
It reads: “CNN has finally released the demise of President Muhammadu Buhari which took place on 27th January 2017. This is the highest fraudulent act that has ever been committed in the land by Northern cabals and they should all be arrested by now.”
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has been out of the country since May 7, 2016, seeking medical care in London. However, he did not disclose the nature of his condition, and official updates about him have been rare.
However, the government later released a photo of President Buhari, the first image of him since he left Nigeria. That was Prsident Buhari’s second medical leave to the United Kingdom that year; his previous trip was nearly two-months long.
President Buhari’s poor health and absence from the country raises questions about who governs when presidents get sick. However, some research done by investigative journalist and analyst about presidential ill health in Africa and in Nigeria specifically shows how important constitutions can be in dealing with sick presidents.
Unfortunately, for Nigerians, President Buhari’s condition was very bad. Everyone gets sick even presidents but in on 27th January 2017, an ill Nigerian president died in office and the Presidency hide it and rather brought in an imposter from Sudan who claimed to be the President of Nigeria. The imposter has been parading in Aso Rock Villa. The death of President Buhari in 2017 was confirmed by Ex British lawmaker Eric Joyce.