Wole Soyinka And Nnamdi Kanu Team Up To Reveal The True Identity Of The Man In Aso Rock

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Nigerian Professor and noble laureate, Wole Soyinka, in a recent article recently released, have focused the issue of Buhari not being in charge of Aso Rock.

This has solidified the claims by Mazi Nnamdi Kanu on the same issue that Buhari is not the one in Aso Rock.

According to Prof. Wole Soyinka, Buhari is not the one in charge of the affairs of this country. On history, he said, “there is a need for people to be conscious of history.”

This concurs with the claim of Mazi Nnamdi Kanu that history should be respected, and it is very important.

Recently, Nnamdi Kanu Wrote:

Prof. Wole Soyinka, please come and see another one o! Bring your corrupt Yoruba media practitioners and journalists too. We have discovered another version of Buhari, and this latest one has a fat face mask on, he looks visibly younger and shorter than the despotic and thoroughly unschooled dictator in a shallow grave in Saudi Arabia.

Dear Professor, can you see as cattle herders from the Sahel are playing ping pong with the brain of sophisticated morons from the south.

What Aisha is doing is proper legitimate fraud of the highest order. The reverberations of which will echo throughout history as the greatest political thievery of all time. Aisha well done for carrying on from where Abba Kyari left off. You are doing a wonderful job for your children and their children’s bank account and, above all, the preservation of Fulani hegemony in the Zoological Republic of Nigeria. Aisha, your days are numbered, never forget that. Aso Rock, we know, is empty.

#Zoo people, all of you British experimented laboratory animals. I salute your iberiberism, and it has no equal. When next you wonder why black Africa is the most backward, poorest and least developed part of the world, look at yourself in the mirror and know your STUPIDITY is responsible for it.

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