COVID-19: Nnamdi Kanu Makes A Shocking Revelation About Yemi Osibanjo’s Whereabout

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The leader of Indegenious people of Biafra, Mazi Nnamdi Kanu has insinuated that the Vice President of Federal Republic of Nigeria, Yemi Osibanjo might have be dead in his latest theory about the President Buhari led Federal government.

Mazi Kanu, asked for south west (Yoruba) leader to without a delay, demand for the whereabout of their son, Osibanjo.

So many questions have been raised concerning the whereabout of the Vice President who has not made a public appearance ever since the outbreak of Coronavirus Pandemic in the nation.

However, the Vice Prsident on Sunday gave a breakdown of his activities from April till date.

Vice President Osibanjo disclosed that he has been chairing meetings and activities aimed at boosting Nigera’s economy amid coronaviru scare.

He gave the insight in a bid to douse concerns raised over his whereabouts, following the outbreak of COVID-19 in Nigeria.

This is barely 24 hours after his spokesman, Laolu Akande revealed that the Vice President has been attending to official matters on how to improve Nigeria’s economy.

#AsoRockisempty’ has been trending on Twitter since Saturday night as many Nigerians continue to ask questions about the whereabouts of the leaders who have not been physically seen for over a month now.

“A few weeks we started the campaign to uncover the truth about VP Osinbajo’s whereabouts,” Kanu said on Facebook on Sunday.

“Sadly till date the only response has been the usual evasive answer from the faceless PRESIDENCY’ that ‘he has been working from his office on Economic Sustainability Initiatives.”

“I encourage my Yoruba brethren to be courageous enough to demand ‘proof of life’ for their son.

“No wonder they call themselves USED TISSUE PAPER (UTP). A country without a president, no vice president, no Chief of Staff to the president yet they are awarding contracts in Aso Rock daily.”

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