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You have to comply with the assigned interface, but such interface would probably make your Fibonacci series computation rather clumsy. I suggest you to separate the tasks: write a fibonacci function complying with the required interface wich, in turn, calls a trivial recursive implementation (say myfib) of the series computation:
#include <stdio.h>

struct args
{
  int number;
  int result;
};

// trivial recursive implementation on Fibonacci series computation
static int myfib( int n )
{ 
  if ( n < 3 )
    return 1;
  else 
    return myfib(n-1) + myfib(n-2);
}

// the interface compliant function
void fibonacci( void * arguments )
{
  struct args * pargs = (struct args *) arguments;
  pargs->result = myfib( pargs->number); // call the private workhorse
}

// test program
int main()
{
  struct args a = { 10, 0 };
  fibonacci( &a );
  printf("fibonacci(%d)=%d\n", a.number, a.result);
  return 0;
}

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