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Adesina debunks Claim of Buhari’s clone as Ridiculous

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A former presidential aide, Femi Adesina, has described the claim of Buhari’s clone as ridiculous.

The claim, which has been circulating on social media for some time, suggests that the current Nigerian president, Muhammadu Buhari, is actually a clone from Sudan named Jubril.

Adesina, who served as special adviser on media and publicity to former President Goodluck Jonathan, said that the claim was baseless and had no evidence to support it.

He also urged Nigerians to ignore such conspiracy theories and focus on more important issues facing the country.

The claim of Buhari’s clone has been circulating on social media for several years, with some people suggesting that the president’s physical appearance and behavior have changed since he took office.

However, there is no evidence to support this claim, and it has been debunked by several reputable sources.

The claim of Buhari’s clone has also been criticized by many Nigerians, who say that it distracts from more important issues facing the country, such as the rising insecurity, economic challenges, and political instability.

Some experts have suggested that the claim of Buhari’s clone is part of a wider disinformation campaign aimed at destabilizing the country.

They say that such conspiracy theories are often spread by foreign actors with the aim of sowing discord and undermining the government.

The Nigerian government has also dismissed the claim of Buhari’s clone, with Vice President Yemi Osinbajo saying that it was absolute bunkum.

He urged Nigerians to focus on more important issues facing the country and to ignore such conspiracy theories.

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The claim of Buhari’s clone is baseless and has no evidence to support it.

Nigerians are urged to focus on more important issues facing the country and to ignore such conspiracy theories.

The claim is also part of a wider disinformation campaign aimed at destabilizing the country.

The Nigerian government has dismissed the claim and urged Nigerians to focus on more important issues.


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