The Members of a civil society organization in Abuja protested for the resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari
Leading by the group’s leader, Deji Adeyanju, said members of the Concerned Nigerians will march to the Presidential Villa to demand the resignation of the president.
They said its not right for the president to stay in London while Osinbajo continues as the acting president
“The president cannot continue to remain in London infinitum. Osinbajo cannot continue to function as an Acting President Infinitum. Read more: https://www.naij.com/1118991-nigeria-fought-civil-war-olusegun-obasanjo.html
“They are holding the country to ransom.
It is not by force to remain a president. It is also time for Section 144 is activated.
The protest will continue tomorrow August 8 with a sit-out at the Unity Fountain until the president either returns or resigns.
“Showing us picture is not an ideal for fitness we must as a matter of urgency call on the president to resume or resign,” Adeyanju said.
Also speaking at the protest, the leader of the group and renowned singer Charles ‘Charly Boy’ Oputa said: “Our Mumu Don Do.”
He added that he was at the protest to demand the resumption or resignation of the president.
Members of the Concerned Nigerians are also expected to march to the Presidential Villa and demand for the resignation of President Buhari Members of the Concerned Nigerians are also expected to march to the Presidential Villa and demand for the resignation of President Buhari He said he was also present to support the youths who have been saddled with the responsibility of demanding accountability and transparency from Nigerian leaders
Also present at venue include officers of the Nigeria Police Force, various police vans and horses.it was also reported that a sit-out protests which would hold simultaneously in London and Abuja have been announced by a coalition of concerned Nigerians.
According to reports, the group will demand for the return of the president back to Nigeria, or for his resignation due to the fact that he is ill.