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[Video] In Poland: Buhari reacts to speculations on being cloned

President Muhammadu Buhari has responded to speculations on being cloned.

He spoke on the subject on Sunday in Kraków, Poland, according to Bashir Ahmad, his Personal Assistant on New Media.

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Speaking on the speculations, Buhari said a lot of people had hoped for his death when he was sick, but he remains strong.

He was also optimistic on celebrating his birthday; he will be 76 years old on December 17, 2018.

The post on his response to being cloned was published in a tweet that read: JUST IN: “A lot of people hoped that I died during my ill health. It is real me… I will soon celebrate my 76th birthday and I will still go strong.” — President @MBuhari this evening in Kraków, Poland. His response to a question of him being cloned”.

Recall that the Minister for Information, Lai Mohammed has earlier rubbished the reports that Buhari was cloned with one Jubril from Sudan.

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He said, “It is idiotic to say the President is cloned. I don’t see any serious government responding to that. So, the same Jubril that was cloned from Sudan or Chad is in Chad now? Isn’t that stupid?

“They even said he is from Chad. Yet, the same President is in Chad as we speak. The same Jubril is remembering what the President did while in Petroleum Trust Fund and he is also remembering what he did when he was head of state between 1983 and 1985.

“All the ministers do not know who is before them when they attend the Federal Executive Council meeting? The President remembers memos he had seen or heard about in 1985 and we say he is cloned.

“So, Jubril from Chad or Sudan will now remember all of these? It is too silly for the government to respond to this.  It must be ignored.”

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