The Special Adviser to president Muhammadu Buhari on New Media and Publicity, Femi Adesina has recently refuted claims made by Nnamdi Kanu that the president is dead and has been replaced with Jubril from Sudan.
In the article which was written on his Facebook page, Adesina noted that when president Muhammadu Buhari returned back from his medical trip in August 2017, he was among those who went to the airport to recieve him.Photo credit: Vanguard
Adesina noted that he was dressed in a full Yoruba attire of Agbada and a cap to match when he left a party for the airport to join the welcome party for the president.
He claimed that when Buhari got to where he was, he shook hands with him and said to him; 'Adesina, this is the best I 've seen you dressed".Photo credit: Premium Times
For president Muhammadu Buhari to remember Adesina by his name after a lengthy period away from the country, it means that Nnamdi Kanu's conspiracy theory of cloning is nothing but lies.
If it was not president Muhammadu Buhari that returned back to the country that very day, he won't have been able to recognize Adesina by his name nor compliment the outfit he was putting on that very day.
Femi Adesina's explanation is clear and enough to discredit Nnamdi Kanu's conspiracy theory. Every Nigerian who believes this conspiracy theory should have a rethink because the man in Aso rock is actually president Muhammadu Buhari that we all know.
I still maintain that Nnamdi Kanu's conspiracy theory is not valid and should be dismissed. President Muhammadu Buhari is hale and hearty and he will live long to reap the rewards of his labour.
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