Gibson Makanda Biography, Conspiracy, Pictures, FaceApp & Mandela Effect

Gibson Makanda was born out of the controversy surrounding the death of Nelson Mandela, the former president of South Africa.

Many people believe that Nelson Mandela died even before the end of the apartheid.

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Others believe that he died and was replaced by another fake trained personnel. The big question is who is Gibson Makanda and how is he related to the former South African president.

Gibson Makanda Picture

The picture below is claimed to be a FaceApped photo of young Nelson Mandela which happens to look different from his original self at old age.

This picture also played a notable role in the Mandela effect, since the picture did not look like Nelson Mandela at old age.

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Who is Nelson Mandela?

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela was an anti-apartheid revolutionary, political leader, and philanthropist who served as President of South Africa ( 1994-1999).

He was the first black head of state and the first elected in a fully representative democratic election in South Africa. He also served as President of the African National Congress (ANC) party (1991-1997).

Gibson Makanda Controversy

After everyone waved the FaceApp trend goodbye, a Twitter user brought up yet another. He FaceApped the old photo of Nelson Mandela to prove the theory he called the Mandela Effect.

The wave tripled on Twitter as a user by the username @Jether_Calypso tweeted three FaceApped pictures of Mandela. 

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The pictures looked different clearly from the Old aged Mandela we knew and captioned it, “Huh… Guys, it wasn’t him.”

The Mandela Effect

The Mandela Effect could be referred to the circumstance in which many people remember imperfectly the events and cause of the death of Mandela. 

Many people including thousands of South Africans think Nelson Mandela, former president of South Africa, died in prison, even before his loss was made public.

Many believed he died way earlier than he did, some are convinced he kicked the bucket in the 80s while others argue he died actually in 2013.

Even with the stories about his death on the internet, these people attest to having a memory of his death is widely covered in the media at the time it happened.

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  1. Ntholi William Selebalo

    I am so much confused.

  2. NELSON MANDELA DIED IN PRISON….THE SONG : ASIMBONANGA UMANDELA LAPHEKHONA LAWAFELAKHONA WAS REALISED 1986…SO BY WHO?? WHY?? BECAUSE HE WAS NO LONGER IN THE CELL WHERE THEY USE TO VISIT HIM

  3. Anything is possible i cant deny pr agree but jah all this thing is confusing & the song Asimbonang umandela lapho aphelele khona.the speculation could be possible & only his family knows the truth.the question is why was he replaced?& i believe there is a good reason for that

    1. Yhoo.. speechless indeed..I’m confused..I don’t really know what to believe 🤔

  4. This story its very true Mandela died in 80s
    Jonny cleg sang about this and people ingored the message, why did winnie Mandela dumb the busted its becouse she would not marry a stranger

  5. Why should we have to argue with this today after such a long time, especially after there deaths, the truth is gone then!

  6. The late Steve Bantu Biko once stated that “The apartheid regime system would not keep you,not unless if it wants to use you”.So,why would the system keep you so long for nothing?

    This clearly shows that,they were busy training this Gibson political stooge.

  7. We are living in secret society,so anything can happen, we don’t know what’s happening behind walls.

  8. Ummmm these white peoples are evil thats why they hated Mugabe

    1. Mugabe was a real man who stick in the truth are

  9. Sell outs but we need the truth even now. Where is the real Mandela?

  10. Whydo we celebrate the 67 minutes kanti

  11. Am glad have come across this because for a long time have always believed that Mandela wasn’t the greatest leader coz in my view he betrayed the African revolution by leaving key economic sectors in the hands of the white settlers. This deception or truth affirms my doubt about the sellout the world 🌍 the European in particular celebrates as the greatest while ignoring Pan Africanist like Dr Mugabe, Dr Kaunda Patrice Lumumba, Nkwame Nkuluma, Gaddafi, Thomas Sankara etc…we need to find out what happened to Mandela!!

  12. For a long time I have always believed that Mandela wasn’t the greatest leader coz in my view he betrayed the African revolution by leaving key economic sectors in the hands of the white settlers. This deception or truth affirms my doubt about the man I have always believed was a sellout. Europe brainwashed us by making us believe that Mandela was great because he preached reconciliation and forgiveness while ignoring the true objectives of the revolution…how can a man who fought against apartheid embrace the same people who oppressed the indigens of the land. I for one the true Pan Africanist were Dr Mugabe, Dr Kaunda(alive) Patrice Lumumba(lt), Nkwame Nkuluma(lt), Col Gaddafi(lt), Thomas Sankara(lt) etc…we need to find out what happened to Mandela!! Because if the Europeans killed sitting presidents how can they imprison fail to kill a political prisoner whom they consider a threat to their continue holding on to power. #The true can never be hidden forever

  13. Athi-Enkosi Mapukata

    This is really interesting. It would make perfect sense to kill a threat and replace it with an imposter, who is not only trained to be the deceased but help the evil regime reinvent itself in another form while blindsiding the majority of the population, convincing people we have been liberated. Truths we never defeated the apartheid regime. It is still much Alive. Segregation and racism have not been completely eradicated. Many of the apartheid systematic policies are still alive and still shape today’s society. Black people have not yet obtained social and economic liberation. We still live in inhuman conditions, squashed up in the ghetto in small tiny tin shacks, working for white capitalist monopoly. Even political power is coming concentrated in the hands of the minority. Bout vote doesn’t determine out condition, how we live and were we stay, service delivery but only who should be in power, and set the laws that determine our lives even when they’re against out will and don’t fully represent us. So in order to blindside the angry black majority who suffered under the brutality and torture of the apartheid and colonial government before that, they had to create this idea of a rainbow nation, where all kinds of people from different backgrounds come together in unity despite the evident segregation and racism, and in difference that exist in our country. Accepting the idea of a rainbow nation and the idea of new democratic South Africa without economic and social liberation was the same as accepting the Bible from the settlers in exchange for our land and resources. It was not a fair deal. We got played again.Got manipulated through our leaders who were turned into puppets in exchange for power and money and promises of a good life in the so called post apartheid South Africa, were division is well and alive. I think they used this Gibson guy as the poster boy who helped South Africa transition peacefully into democracy, while pretending to be the real Nelson Mandela to decieve the majority of black South Africans because the apartheid regime was disfuctional and couldn’t maintain itself under the pressure from within the country and abroad. This whole thing was well ochestrated. To secure white capitalist monopoly.

    1. Well said 🙏salut

    2. Absolutely 💯

  14. Truth must be revealed and Our parliament must sort out this confusion.

  15. Who is this Makhanda man? why he agreed to make this thing(to fake our Mandela)? At some point it make sense but at the same time I do not want to believe this because it will hurt me. I think we(as South African and mandela’s family) do deserve the truth as hurting it will be. If this is a truth, well whites are evil.This whole story is confusing me.

  16. It makes sense now what i know was no camera were enter in mandela cell but now thereare videos. In fact why this grant money is only here in south africa and its all written mandela grant…..even today we don’t know about the meeting between him and the apartheid gorvement before his freedom……….we don’t have to run away from the truth…

    1. How did they find out about the faking of Mandela.. now we want to know that who is that true mandela who died in 80s.. so it means we grew up knowing fake Mandela? All those many years

  17. Because he died in 85 when he was 67 years old

  18. We need to reorganise and form a new revolutional party or revitalise the existing one which will embrace the whole Afro people of the world because the whole process was a fake!!!…The strugle continues… please read more about(UNIA & ACL) Marcus Garvey’s organization which was destroyed by the black’s enermies.

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