Ibrahim Babangida IBB Looks Healthy In New Photos Taken At His Hilltop Mansion In Minna

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November 7, 2017 – Ibrahim Babangida Looks Healthy In New Photos Taken At His Hilltop Mansion In Minna Niger State

Popular media personality Rachel the piper (Real name Rachel Bakam) and her team recently paid a courtesy visit to former Head of State, General Ibrahim Gbadamosi Babangida at his mansion in Minna, the capital of Niger state.

Excited Rachel immediately took to the social media to share the photos with fans.

Check out the photos below

7 thoughts on “Ibrahim Babangida IBB Looks Healthy In New Photos Taken At His Hilltop Mansion In Minna

  1. How come she was able to change her attire during the interview abi na 2days interview, cos na only cap IBB change?

  2. I wonder what your definition of “healthy” is, with IBB looking so frail and his skin sagging. A caricature of his “Maradonna” days. Perhaps you guys were too young to remember the 80s when he was in power and used to drive along Second Avenue/Bourdillon Road in Ikoyi, Lagos, at nights. Nothing lasts forever.

    • Danti, you are very observant. I never taught anyone could notice this Orthopedic shoes. The gap tooth retired General has all the shoes in this world but end up wearing diabetic shoes. That is exactly what they design that shoe for i.e for diabetic patients. Infact this World is a temporary place for we human beings. Now I believe “No condition is permanent”. Any situation we may find ourselves, let us make positive impact on others. Babangida is the Architect of today’s rotten Nigeria.

  3. IBB was very powerful, with great ideas which could have been used to turn around Nigeria politically, economically, and socially. He was marred by extreme dictatorship and corruption. The forces of oppression and savagery he used against Nigeria have all come back to him to the extent that with all the stolen wealth the hitherto man of power is struggling with unimaginable and endless chronic malady that has devastated his old age.Present and future Nigerian leaders should learn from IBB, that, it is not how much, but how well. May God forgive IBB, may God deliver and heal our Nation, Nigeria.

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