According to some heavy statements recently made by the Leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu, who has advised Atiku Abubakar on what to do to reclaim his allegedly stolen mandate to lead Nigeria.
According to Nnamdi Kanu, the only option left for Atiku to do is to demand for a DNA test on President Muhammadu Buhari so as to prove that he is not a Nigerian but a Sudanese identified as Jubril Al-Sudaniy.
‘I will offer free legal advice to Atiku live on air in the hope that they will use it because it is obvious Atiku won the election and APC are deploying all instruments of coercion at the disposal of the Nigerian state to deny him his mandate. Between Atiku and the man occupying Aso Rock, only Atiku is a Nigerian, the other is Sudanese.
‘Buhari died in 2017 and should not be contesting any election in 2019. There was a gentleman’s agreement amongst Fulani cabals of which Atiku is privy to, that the death of Buhari should not be made public lest IPOB take full advantage of it to break Biafra away from Nigeria.
‘Atiku played along believing that Jubril and APC won’t put up much resistance when it comes to presidential elections. He was wrong. The cabals have now refused to give up power. Jubril is their poster boy.
He continued: ‘APC is counting on the fact that Atiku won’t fight dirty in public because that means authenticating the claims of IPOB and confirming what world leaders already know, that Buhari is dead. The only people who have refused to believe it are Nigerians.
‘The only option left for Atiku is to remind the tribunal that he is an authentic Nigerian citizen whereas Jubril is not. No part of Sudan ever joined Nigeria as a result of referendum, at least not yet. Atiku should demand for a DNA test result to ascertain if Jubril is Buhari or not.
‘Out of the two contestants, one is a Nigerian by choice not birth but the other is neither a Nigeria by birth nor by choice.
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