Jibril El Sudan: BCO Reacts To Story Of ‘Fake’ Buhari In Aso Rock, Tells INEC What To Do

On November 21, 2018 24 Comments

The Buhari Campaign Organisation (BCO) has taken the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to the cleaner over the viral reports that the ‘real’ President Muhammadu Buhari is long ‘dead’ and that the man in Aso Rock is Jibril El Sudan.

The Buhari group, which counselled the opposition to dwell on facts and not fiction, also told the PDP to stop deceiving the electorates with the impossible and hinge its campaigns on realities.

The President’s campaign group, which was reacting to the story making the round that the President in Aso Rock is not Buhari, but one Jibril El Sudan, added that such tale was the figment of the opposition’s imagination.


BCO, in a statement by its Director of Communications and Strategic Planning, Mallam Gidado Ibrahim, urged Nigerians to discard the viral reports that the ‘real’ President Buhari was long ‘dead’ and the president in Aso Rock was Jibril El Sudan.

It said the opposition was spreading the news of a ‘fake Buhari’ just to divert attention from the sad reality that they lacked constructive programmes to campaign with ahead of the 2019 polls.

The group described the narrative as evil, unpatriotic and satanic, just as it wondered why any right thinking person would want to create the impression that a foreigner would be sneaked into the country to act as Nigeria’s President for quite a long time without the global intelligence community or the foreign media getting to know.

The BCO urged the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to take urgent steps to sanction the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), saying the major opposition party had been flouting the commission’s rules of engagement in the campaigns by spreading fake news and making inciting remarks.

Ibrahim recalled that the Archbishop of Canterbury, Justin Welby, who visited President Buhari in London while he was on medical vacation in that country, visited Nigeria recently to see the president, adding that, “as a reverred man of God, the cleric would not’t have identified with Buhari if there was anything questionable about the Nigerian president.”


Comments (24)

  1. Anonymous says:

    All i know it’s that if it took the presidency 3months to announce Musa Yaradua’ s death, hide his corpse in the dark at airport, then it can take the presidency 3years to announce Buhari’s death and hide it for Nigerians just for power. Don’t blame Nigerians but that is what our politicians cabals did by the north.

  2. Anonymous says:

    BCO should rest their case. We know the person in Aso Rock to be jubril El Sudane from Sudan. We have studied the pics of the original Buhari we voted for in 2015 n who is parading himself as the dead Buhari. God will catch up with you people

  3. Anonymous says:

    Buhari should address the press and he should be investigated by panel constituted by council of state, National assembly and one governor from ruling and opposition.party

  4. Anonymous says:

    Tuesday, November 20, 2018
    North Korea Declares Buhari Dead

    The official news service of Democratic People’s Republic of North Korea today made it public that the president of Nigeria Muhamadu Buhari is dead.

    The news service called the president of Nigeria ” deceased “.
    This was published in her official tweeter handle ” Nigeria calls snap elections to replace deceased president Muhammadu Buhari in 2019″

    This is coming weeks after the IPOB leader Mazi Nnamdi Kanu revealed to the world that the man in aso rock is fake an impostor jubril from Sudan.

  5. Kabiru says:

    Then Ibrahim were did jubril buhari attend his own summit in France were all world leaders were present? Allow him to face the press, let him wear a suit and snap pictures then let him speak fulfude Fulani native language then we will beginh to understand you, till now the government is yet to counter all the allegations with fact,.. We have waken up.. We can’t continue to support evil.

  6. Anonymous says:

    African Union Heads of State and Government have observed a minutes’s silence in the memory of late Nigeria President Muhammadu Buhari, on Monday during the 28th ordinary session of AU Summit in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

    During the official opening session of the AU Summit, Chadian President Idriss Deby Itno, the incumbent AU President, invited the African leaders to ovserve a minute’s silence in the memory of “our late brother,” the NIgeria President Muhammadu Buhari.

    African leaders have gathered in Addis Ababa Ethiopia, to attend the Ordinary Session of the Assembly of the African Union(AU).

    The Summit, which is to take place from 30th to 31st January, will be preceded by a meeting of the Executive Council.

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