The recent interview with the president of the federal republic of Nigeria by Arise TV is one of the remarkable and anticipated things in Nigeria. The citizens of Nigeria have always wanted the president of Nigeria "Buhari" to appear live on TV and speak without having scripts on his hands. The president recently appeared on live TV on Thursday as he was interviewed by Arise TV.
The appearance of the president on live TV has rubbished Nnamdi Kanu's conspiracy theory of cloning. The leader of the Indigenous People Of Biafra made it known that the president that was elected in 2015 is no longer the current president. The recent interview has rubbished his conspiracy theory of cloning.
Many facts can prove Nnamdi Kanu's conspiracy as disbelief, President Buhari spoke meaningful to the masses. President Buhari spoke about a lot of things, he spoke about the Indigenous People Of Biafra (IPOB), insecurities in the country. He made his points clear during the interview.
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