CONFIRMED!! Obasanjo Finally Reacts To President Buhari’s Death [WATCH VIDEO]


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CONFIRMED!! Obasanjo Finally Reacts To President Buhari’s Death [WATCH VIDEO]

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo believes it is absurd that Nigerians believe President Muhammadu Buhari died and was cloned by someone from Sudan.

During a mentoring session with children from some selected schools throughout the country titled “raising the next wave of inventive leaders via business,” the former president announced this in Abeokuta, the capital of Ogun State.

Obasanjo claimed that the story spread due to the misuse of social media, and he expressed amazement that so many Nigerians accepted the lies.

The former President claimed that he was approached by a high-ranking official who inquired about Buhari’s alleged death.

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The guy told him that the information had gone widespread on social media, according to him.

He was perplexed as to how Buhari could have died and been replaced by a Sudanese without his knowledge.

“Someone approached me, a very high-ranking official, and said, ‘Tell me about this nonsense about Buhari not being Buhari.’

“Do you believe them?” I asked. ‘Well, it’s on social media,’ he explained. ‘How will Buhari die and we will be unaware that he has died, and they will bring us someone from Sudan to act as Buhari?’ I asked.

“It’s ludicrous to the point of absurdity. But it’s out there on social media, and people are believing it,” he said.

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While acknowledging that social media is beneficial, Obasanjo expressed sorrow that it is being misused.

He urged for teens and children to be taught about the consequences of using social media inappropriately.

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“Social media can be beneficial, but it can also be harmful. He stated, “We need to educate our kids and children about the risks of social media.”


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