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Chechen warlord and Putin ally addresses rumor that Russian president is in ‘coma’

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Chechnya’s President Ramzan Kadyrov has denied an unfounded rumor that Vladimir Putin had slipped into a coma – although no one but him had actually claimed he was

A bloodthirsty Chechen warlord who is a notorious ally of Russian President Vladimir Putin has dismissed claims that the dictator is currently in a coma.

Ramzan Kadyrov, the uncompromising Putin supporter who left his stronghold in Chechnya to fight for Russia in Ukraine, has denied a rumor about the Russian leader’s health.

The only strange thing is that the rumor never actually existed.

In a bizarre, hesitant audio recording released on his Telegram channel, the Chechen leader told his supporters he had “read that our president has gone into a coma” and that “they are currently looking for a replacement.”

In slow, halting Russian instead of his native Chechen, Kadyrov dismissed the suggestion, claiming that he himself had “recently” spoken to Putin.

“He has a very cheerful voice, a commanding voice, and he is ready to complete the special operation without harming the Ukrainian people and the state as much as possible,” Kadyrov stressed.

He issued a sharp warning to anyone spreading rumors about Putin’s health, saying: “I advise you that it is better to keep your mouth shut.”

The leader of the Muslim-majority Chechen Republic captioned the 69-second recording with the words: “May Allah grant our President long life, health, happiness and good luck.”

There has long been speculation about Vladimir Putin’s health.

Rumors have been circulating for several years that the former KGB officer, who has held one or two top political posts in Russia since 1999, suffers from Parkinson’s disease or blood cancer or both.

Video surfaced in April of Putin, who will turn 70 in October, apparently trying to control a shaking hand, a tabletop, and he appeared earlier this week during a meeting with the CEO of the powerful RusNano State Corporation, Sergey to do something similar Kulikov in Moscow.

Kremlin sources have dismissed reports of Putin’s health problems, and yesterday top British doctor Professor Michael Clarke said there was “no convincing evidence” that the Russian leader was seriously ill, although, he added, the Russian leader had the botox hit so hard that he “embalmed himself alive”.

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