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Ɗan takarar shuganban ƙasa Tinubu na kallon abokin hamayyarsa Obi a talabijin ɗin cikin jirgin sama? Ba haka ba ne, mashahurin mutumin da ya saka hoton, ya sa hoton da aka sauyawa kamanni

A TAƘAICE: A hoton da aka sauyawa kamanni, an nuna Bola Tinubu na jam’iyyar All Progressive Congress kamar yana kallon ɗan jam’iyyar Labour Peter Obi, a cikin jirgin sama. Amma a hoton na ainihi, talabijin ɗin babu hoto a cikinta. 

 

Wani hoto da aka wallafa a Facebook na nuna Bola Tinubu ɗan takara a zaɓen shugaban ƙasa na 2023 daga jam’iyyar All Progressive Congress, a cikin jirgin sama yana kallon abokin hamayyarsa Peter Obi a talabijin. Obi ɗan takara ne daga jam’iyyar Labour

Charles Oputa sanannen mawaki kuma ɗan wasan kwaikwayo a Najeriya, wanda akafi sani da Charly boy ne ya saka hoton a ranar 8 ga watan Oktoba 2022 a shafinsa na Facebook mai mabiya 13,000.

“Barka da dawowa gida ɗan uwa. Wannan shine mutumin da ya kamata a kalla”, taken da ya sawa hoton kenan. 

Ƴan Najeriya zasu zaɓi sabon shugaban ƙasa a ranar 25 ga watan Fabrairu a shekarar 2023

Da gaske hoton ya nuna Tinubu yana kallon Obi a talabijin yayin da ya ke tafiya a cikin jirgin sama? Mun bincika. 

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Tinubu na kallo tagar jirgi 

Bincike da kafar bincikar hoto ta Google reverse image search ya tabbatar da cewa hoton an sauya shi. 

Binciken ya nuna cewa an ɗauki hoton a farkon watan Oktoba yayin da Tinubu ke dawowa Najeriya daga Biritaniya. An ganshi da irin kayan da ke jikin sa a hoton a wasu hotunan na sa. 

Ainihin hoton, wanda taron magoya bayan sa suka saka a Tiwita a ranar 6 ga watan Oktoba- kwanaki biyu kafin Oputa ya saka a Facebook- Tinubu na kallon taga ne a cikin jirgi. Talabijin ɗin da ke gaban sa ma allonta babu hoto a ciki. 

Wani labaran da aka fitar akan dawowar ta sa Najeriya, na haɗe da hoton na ainihi da wasu hotunan da aka fitar wajen bikin murnar dawowarsa. 

 

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