President Muhammadu Buhari has finally broken silence on the alleged conspiracy theories, that he died in 2017 and his family received a condolence letter debunking claims of being an impostor.
Following the recent horrific occurrences in Nigeria, Nigerians linked an old picture and comment alleged to be a message from Queen Elizabeth in 2017 about his fake death rumors and the EndSARS protest, calling him an impostor.
Well, the President has spoken, as he debunks rumors of dying in 2017 and Queen Elizabeth writing a condolence letter.
According to the information reaching out to us, he addressed the issue in December 2018 at a meeting in Poland.
He said in 2018:
“Somebody has said I am cloned,” adding in later tweets: “I can assure you all that this is the real me. Later this month I will celebrate my 76th birthday. And I’m still going strong!”
One of the questions that came up today in my meeting with Nigerians in Poland was on the issue of whether I‘ve been cloned or not. The ignorant rumours are not surprising — when I was away on medical vacation last year a lot of people hoped I was dead. pic.twitter.com/SHTngq6LJU
— Muhammadu Buhari (@MBuhari) December 2, 2018
According to the information given, the said picture of Queen Elizabeth, was taken in 205 amid the launch of the Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs at Chatham House.
However, her past records show she has nothing to do with the said letter of Condolence in 2017.