Former military president IBB is not dead - Sources

Former military president IBB is not dead - Sources

- Sources have denied death of former Military president, Ibrahim Babangida

- An online medium was said to have reported that IBB died on Friday, May 17

- But it was gathered that the former military president broke fast with his family and associates on Friday, May 17

Emerging reports have indicated that the former Military president, General Ibrahim Babangida, is alive contrary to rumour about his death.

Vanguard reports that an online media had published that the former president passed on Friday, May 17, adding that it was gathered that Babangida is hail and hearty and still bubbling with life.

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Legit.ng gathered that an impeccable source told Vanguard that General Babangida along with his children, close friends and associates broke fast together in his Hill top mansion Friday, May 17.

“It is normal that during fasting like this, all the children of the former Military president normally come to Minna in and break fast with him.

''Not only that, Babangida normally break his fast with many of his friends and other relatives and he has been doing so since this year’s fasting started including yesterday and as you know, the dead cannot break fast with the living and that is to tell you that the man IBB is still alive and not dead and still bubbling with life,” the source declared.

According to the newspaper, as at the time of going to press, General Babangida is still said to be expecting some visitors which he is scheduled to meet around 10pm.

“This is to tell you that the man is still very healthy and a testimony that he will still live long,” the source added.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng had previously reported that a former military head of state, Ibrahim Babangida, urged the military authority to evolve new combat strategy to confront Boko Haram terrorists who have continued to carry out attacks in the northeastern parts of Nigeria.

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It was reported that Babangida in a statement on Monday, January 14, in commemoration of the Nigerian Armed Forces Remembrance Day, saluted the armed forces for their commitment in ensuring peace in the country.

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