Tag: Buhari’s death rumour

WHAT AMAECHI TOLD ME ABOUT THE LONDON MEETING WITH BUHARI – DELE MOMODU

WHAT AMAECHI TOLD ME ABOUT THE LONDON MEETING WITH BUHARI – DELE MOMODU

Breaking, Politics
Publisher and media tycoon, Dele Momodu has said that he spoke with Minister of Transport, Rotimi Amaechi about their emergency meeting with President Muhammadu Buhari on Sunday. Amaechi visited the ailing President in the Abuja House, London along with Kaduna state Governor Nasir El-Rufai, the chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) John Oyegun and Governor of Imo state, Rochas Okorocha. Momodu, writing on his Twitter page late on Sunday, admitted that he had a video call with the former Rivers Governor, to confirm the visit and also ask about Buhari’s wellbeing. He wrote: “The Biblical Thomas could easily have been a Nigerian as we doubt everything; just had a video call with ROTIMI AMAECHI in London. “ROTIMI AMAECHI has confirmed to me in a video call minutes ago tha
Ex-British lawmaker causes new controversy over Buhari’s health

Ex-British lawmaker causes new controversy over Buhari’s health

Breaking, Health, Politics
The controversy stirred by Eric Joyce over the alleged death of President Muhammdu Buhari has continued to set social media agog. Joyce, an ex-British parliamentarian, took to social media a few days ago announcing that Nigeria's president has passed on. It must be noted that the news was strongly labelled as fake and Joyce got some bashing. However the ex-parliamentarian has stirred yet another controversy.       In the early hours of Monday, May 22, Joyce taunted Nigerians with a question regarding the president's health status. Below is the tweet with which Joyce stirred the new controversy. https://twitter.com/ericjoyce/status/866035616982683648
OP-ED: WHO WANTS PRESIDENT BUHARI DEAD? – by A’dab N. Ukor / ORBITNEWS

OP-ED: WHO WANTS PRESIDENT BUHARI DEAD? – by A’dab N. Ukor / ORBITNEWS

Breaking, Health, Opinions, Politics
Nigerians woke up Monday morning to learn of a wide spreading rumour that President Muhammadu Buhari, who had left the country just few days before to seek medical attention in the United Kingdom, was on a life support as a result of the deteriorating health. Another even more disturbing are claims that the President may even have died. To those whose ears did not catch the rumour earlier, as they had later revealed, they had wondered why there were clusters of people sitting or standing in and talking in whispers at several corners. Those who gathered around mosques within the residential areas were in solemn moods and wore disturbed expressions on their faces. There were others along the streets who talked excitedly with gesticulations suggesting something not associated with the u...
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