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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by legba1(m): 12:57pm On Nov 28, 2018
In the light of certain traits noticed...i am beginning to take a second thought on this subject matter.... Buhari cant be this fresh having wrinckled that much in the pix....also, the right/left hand matter is conspicuous.....body double is a common thing...sadam hussein is an example..

Its a matter of time, what is done in secret will come to light

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Mosco100(m): 12:59pm On Nov 28, 2018
SingleWahala:
THE MATHEMATICAL THEORY OF DOUBLE BUHARI grin grin grin
minus 28
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Nobody: 12:59pm On Nov 28, 2018
To believe that there is a Jubril from Sudan anywhere near the presidency is to glory in the world of idiotic hallucination, Sci-Fi and hare-brained fiction...

I get utterly flabbergasted and gobsmacked when some supposedly learned friends insist that Jubrin from Sudan is the present occupant of Aso Rock. I have learned to avoid such people the way one avoids plagues.

With the way things are changing these days, stupidity & self induced naivety could be infectious.

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Princedapace(m): 1:00pm On Nov 28, 2018
davodyguy:


To only fools and idiots, not to the reasonable ones

This is the problem with most of us. This article explained where a look alike leader was used in Russia successfully.

And here u are talking as if it is not possible.

My brother, it is very possible for this claim to be true..

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by delight71: 1:00pm On Nov 28, 2018
Check for yourself !!!!

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by chigoizie7(m): 1:06pm On Nov 28, 2018
really?
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by chris31(m): 1:06pm On Nov 28, 2018
Ijaya123:


Lefty and righty Baba
As for this particular proof e no follow
This one na camera work
Let's argue with sense

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by shadrach77: 1:09pm On Nov 28, 2018
lordkush:
buhari a tall man. taller than saraki.




jubrin average man.

saraki taller than him

You are silly sir
Saraki is also a very tall man. The reason why PMB appears taller than him is because he bows to PMB most times
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by arithcom(m): 1:10pm On Nov 28, 2018
[quote author=Ijaya123 post=73377126]

Lefty and righty Baba
[/quotee]
This is just work or graphics artists

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by AnyoneButAtiku: 1:11pm On Nov 28, 2018
MRrational Laughter has a lot to answer for.

NNAMDI KANU & BUHARI’S PURPORTED DEATH: THE FACTS AND FICTION

NOVEMBER 25, 2018

1. The first published post about the president’s death was on January 21, 2017 from a blogger who goes by the name, MRrational Laughter, and whose blog claims to be the ‘No. 1 Port Harcourt City Blog.’ According to the blog, “Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has died in a London Hospital where he was receiving medical care, the NIGERIAN MISSION IN UK has confirmed. According to the INFORMATION RELEASED BY THE NIGERIAN EMBASSY, Buhari left the West African country for a vacation in the U.K in order to undergo medical checks. The office of the President is yet to issue an official statement on the president’s demise…” Again, on January 29, the blog republished the article under the headline “LATEST BREAKING NEWS: Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari Is Dead Confirmed By CNN-ALIVE.”

The first thing that should surprise anyone about this blog post is the fact that with all the international protocols surrounding presidents, the Nigerian president could die in a hospital in London, and it was only one lonely Port Harcourt blogger who got confirmation of the said death by the NIGERIAN MISSION IN UK and also got the INFORMATION RELEASED BY THE NIGERIAN EMBASSY about the death. None of the international media knew about this confirmation or information!

2. On January 30, 2017, the same ‘MRRational Laugher’ published a post that Queen Elizabeth sent a message of condolence to Nigerians under the headline, “Is Buhari Dead? Queen Elizabeth II sends message of condolence.” The blogger wrote: “The Queen of Britain, Her Royal Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has sent message of condolence to the family of Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari and the people of Nigeria.

There are no official reports on the speculated death of the President and the message of condolence from the British Monarchy has put Nigerians in state of despair. Two sources close to the Presidency have said the President has passed on and that the photos circulating online are those from his previous visit…” The portion of the foregoing blog post underlined is to show the inconsistency between the earlier post alleging that the NIGERIAN MISSION IN UK has confirmed the news of the death of the president (which has suddenly become speculated and no longer confirmed), and the later post.

3. By January 30, a few other blog sites had picked up the news and tried to give it some traction and online presence. Some of the blogs have already been taken down and some of the accounts have been suspended. But, example of such blogs are listed below

Read more: http://www.informationng.com
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Turantula(m): 1:12pm On Nov 28, 2018
R.I.P Mohammadu Buhari

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by usbcable(m): 1:13pm On Nov 28, 2018
Afamed:

Those who can make you believe absurdities can definitely make you to commit atrocities.

Word

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by davodyguy: 1:16pm On Nov 28, 2018
bluefilm:


Exactly!!!

Only idiots will buy that story.

Unfortunately, it just happens that we have so many idiots... most especially, in the south east.

It was a breaking news from Biafra TV in the first place. They started the rumour.
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by davodyguy: 1:19pm On Nov 28, 2018
Afamed:

Those who can make you believe absurdities can definitely make you to commit atrocities.

Kanu is sending them to their easrly graves like Ojukwu did. But where is Kanu now? He ran away and said he doesn't want to die. Same Kanu can send others to die for him. I feel so sorry for Igbos. We thought the Hausas are the most gullible that can be fooled, but IPOB supporters are worse.

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by technicallyrich(m): 1:22pm On Nov 28, 2018
My own is that,these one is more wicked than the other buhari.

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Nobody: 1:23pm On Nov 28, 2018
undecided



Explanation please...
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Teachermallam: 1:24pm On Nov 28, 2018
babyfaceafrica:
this is super story
A life full of sorroooooooooooow!
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Talknochip(m): 1:25pm On Nov 28, 2018
In Summary, the vital points from the post are: Cloning of Buhari or any ADULT is not scientifically possible, BUT, the president should put an end to the speculations about him being reprensented by his look alike..

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Ijaya123: 1:26pm On Nov 28, 2018
chris31:

As for this particular proof e no follow
This one na camera work
Let's argue with sense

Just to show how daft those people are who believe the man in Aso Rock isn’t Buhari.
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Ijaya123: 1:27pm On Nov 28, 2018
[quote author=arithcom post=73377756][/quote]

Just to show how daft those people are who believe the man in Aso Rock isn’t Buhari.
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by nijabazaar: 1:27pm On Nov 28, 2018
Jubril jubril...

Notice how fresh and sexy he looks compared to the old buhari tongue

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by SouthEastFacts: 1:27pm On Nov 28, 2018
The only thing I know is that this one is more wicked and corrupt than the first Buhari.

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Ijaya123: 1:28pm On Nov 28, 2018
Xda59:


Mirror effect

Exactly what some are peddling as Buhari using left hand now.

Just to show how daft those people are who believe the man in Aso Rock isn’t Buhari.
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by tealaw(m): 1:30pm On Nov 28, 2018
that bump on the lower left of his mouth would be difficult to replicate.


use ur heads.

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Nobody: 1:32pm On Nov 28, 2018

Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by lordkush: 1:33pm On Nov 28, 2018
shadrach77:


You are silly sir
Saraki is also a very tall man. The reason why PMB appears taller than him is because he bows to PMB most times
you father is silly sir

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Obi1kenobi(m): 1:33pm On Nov 28, 2018
The most amusing thing about Ipob members is their total lack of shame or self-awareness about how they embarrass themselves before the world. It's a bemusing child-like quality.

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by AnyoneButAtiku: 1:34pm On Nov 28, 2018
jesutakewe:
Lefty baba

The second screen shot (attached) comes directly from BusinessPost (probably Nigeria's most authoritative Business newspaper).
See how it lays to waste your flight of fantasy?

Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Afamed: 1:36pm On Nov 28, 2018
irokor:
My only concern is that the C in C had totally refused to openly address Nigerians, its either through Garba Shehu or Adesina...its a lil bit suspicious.
And you expect the office of Nigeria President to come so low ?
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by Ajascolove(m): 1:41pm On Nov 28, 2018
I have an answer to your question. His too legs was reduced to be equal with the Senate President. Clap for me now, paapaa papapa, for meeeeeee.
princechurchill:
I have one question why is it that someone that is taller than the Senate President is now on the same height with him
Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by AngelicBeing: 1:42pm On Nov 28, 2018
DDeliverer:
The late Mohammedu Buhari is dead and long buried in SaudiArabia...

Jubril el Sudan will be exposed soon...

Okorocha knows. Oshiomole knows. Amosun knows. Osibanjo knows. Mazi Kanu knows. Ddeliverer knows.
Chai shocked

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Re: Buhari’s Body Double Suspicion That Won’t Go Away - The Guardian by jamace(m): 1:43pm On Nov 28, 2018
Nigerian envoy to Sudan was assassinated in May 2018. What is Nigeria doing about that because his death is also linked to this Jubril issue?. Is the case dead? If dead, then something........

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