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The story has been shared hundreds of times on social media, especially Facebook which was consolidated by a so-called condolence message the Queen of England, Queen Elizebther sent to Nigerians as a tribute. . In December 2018, Buhari himself addressed the rumours during a meeting with other world leaders in Poland where he said: “Somebody has said I am cloned,” adding in later tweets: “I can assure you all that this is the real me. Later this month I will celebrate my 76th birthday. And I’m still going strong!”

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Apparently, our findings backed an international source reveals the photo of Queen Elizabeth writing the alleged condolence letter in the false posts was actually a picture taken in 2015 during the launch event for the Queen Elizabeth II Academy for Leadership in International Affairs at Chatham House. There is no record of her sending a condolence letter to Buhari’s family in 2017, and the online reports of her doing so appear to come from unofficial blogging platforms.

SOURCE: www.Ghgossip.com

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