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Nigerian man who looks like President Buhari storms Filing Station, causes a stir [video]

A young Nigerian man has become something of a celebrity due to his remarkable resemblance to President Muhammadu Buhari. Wearing the President’s signature long attire and headcover, the youth caused a stir when he visited a filing station.

The video quickly went viral on social media, causing various reactions from people who could hardly believe he wasn’t the President himself.

President Muhammadu Buhari’s doppelganger made quite the entrance as he strutted into the filing station in style. This was captured in a trending TikTok video, with the young man donning Buhari’s traditional outfit and walking around with his hands behind his back.

The clip has since been viewed over 440,000 times, and the @buhariangus TikTok account, dedicated to posting videos of the President’s look-alike, has amassed over 13,000 followers.

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♬ original sound – BuHarI AngUs

Some Reactions

Social media users were quick to express their thoughts, with Mosuro Azeez Olanrewaju writing “Are you being serious,”

Bossjay adding “Buhari: Kai I don’t know the price is still cheap I know what to do going #500 before I leave the office,”

Chinaza wisdom Okeke commenting “It will be more real if 2 bouncers follow u,”

Dodo_Ox07 noting “The real Buhari no fit carry him hands go back like this self,” and MuhammadMtm saying “Once a Soldier is always a soldier. ☺️d way he stand as if he is on parade.”


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