Saturday, 28 January 2017

Death rumoured behind President Muhammadu Buhari which was truely proved wrong [Read Full Story]

Death rumour: Nigerians fault latest Buhari’s images, say Gov. Amosun currently in Ogun State.
The rumoured death of President Muhammadu Buhari has continued to spark up controversies among a
section of Nigerians on the social media.

This is coming after the new picture, which was posted on Friday night, showed the president in a relaxed mood with some of his visitors, including Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun.
The new photos were posted on Facebook Friday night by President Buhari’s personal assistant, Bashir Ahmad and another user, Buhari Sallau.

Sallau captioned the photos: “Today in London President Muhammadu Buhari with some guests, among them Ogun State Governor, Ibikunle Amosun…. yet, Some Haters are saying the President is dead or sick in hospital.”

But there are strong indications that the photos are old because immediately the photos were shared, some analysts expressed their reservation, many of whom have said the photo was from President Buhari’s visit to the UK last year.

A user, Jeffy Jeff commented: “I don’t wish Mr President dead but this pic was taken at his previous trip to London on health ground when Atiku visited him.”

Another, Prince Adetunji Adepoju Adedinni, claimed Amosun was in Ogun state yesterday and couldn’t have been in the UK.

He wrote, ”Gov. Amosun is currently in Ogun state and that is him on the seat there. How come? This pic was a visit of his last visit when Amosun visited him.

“The IG and top police officers went on Tuesday, the governors are making plans to go too and they want us to believe all is well with the president?? Why is this sudden visit to a man who left the country just few days ago and should be on his way back to the country in few days from now? What are they going to hurriedly tell him that is not worth waiting or probably put a call through to him in UK??
“I can’t believe some Nigerians could be this gullible! Something is fishy and the earlier we are informed about it, the better.”

Another user, Muhammad M Yusuf wrote: “Another lie busted. Who is fooling who?”
Wilfred E. Okeke: “Mr. Bashir kindly say something on this comment. Am so confused.”

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