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Protesters asks Buhari to return or resign, after spending 92 days in London

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Nigerians today staged protest against the long overdue stay of President Muhammadu Buhari in the United Kingdom, as the president have spent more than 92 days outside the shore of the country.

Recall that Buhari left Nigeria May 7.

Nigerians kicks over Buhari's 90 days in London

President Muhammadu Buhari

The protesters under the auspices of Concerned Nigerians, expressed their displeasure in Abuja requesting ailing Nigerian President to resume or resign his office after he spending 92 days in London on medical rip.

They carried placards with inscriptions; “Resume or Resign Nigerians say enough is enough”; “Buhari ! Where are you?” “We Are Tired of Being Enslaved in Our Country,” “Our Mumu Don Do”; “Buhari Called For Impeachment When Yar’adua Was Sick, Now We Are Calling For Same.”

Heavily armed mobile police men accompanied the protesters as they moved toward the gate of the Presidential Villa where they vowed to occupy until the President accede to their demands.

The protest was led by Charles Oputa aka Charly Boy and the convener Deji Adeyanju.

FELLOW PRESS earlier reported how Nigerians took to social media asking President Muhammadu Buhari to return back to Nigeria or resign.

One social media user, Jacobson Bright, likened Buhari’s leadership to Ozubulu Sunday shooting, saying “Buhari’s leadership is as bad as the killing in that church. He has spent 90 days in an anonymous London hospital, wasting our money & time.

 

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