PMB Death Hoax: Reliable Source Confirms That President Buhari Is Alive In London

Exclusive: by Adenike Lucas

A fraudulent online news outlet, Metro-UK.com has published untruthful story saying the President of Nigeria has died in London.

The fake news site claimed President Muhammadu Buhari died in a London Hospital where he was receiving medical care.

The report also claimed to have confirmed the shocking news with the Nigerian Mission in the UK.

But a source who has spoken to a relative of President Buhari, has dismissed the rumours, calling those peddling such “irresponsible.”

Speaking to Denisaurus News in a telephone interview, the source confirmed that they heard President Buhari laughing and joking in the background, while speaking to his relative who is also in London.

READ- https://denisaurus.com/2017/01/19/president-buhari-heading-to-london-for-vacation/

Nigeria’s Commander in Chief is currently in London on a vacation. It’s his first holiday since June 2016.

A reporter had warned on January 17 that some people were hoping for “the demise of PMB.”

READ – https://denisaurus.com/2017/01/17/revealed-magu-of-efcc-joins-campaign-legions-to-invoke-death-wish-on-pmb/

The special adviser on media and publicity, Femi Adesina, has dismissed the report of the President’s death.

He said: “As for those who carry evil rumours, May the receive the grace to repent.”

In a twitter message, another spokesman for the President, Garba Shehu also confirmed that President Buhari “is alive and well!”

 

 

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