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Why anti-Buhari protest failed in London – Presidency

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Why anti-Buhari protest failed in London – Presidency

Unread postby Wsj » Tue Aug 08, 2017 11:24 am

Presidential aide on social media matters, Lauretta Onochie has accused the Peoples Democratic Party of staging the protest at the Abuja House, London, on Monday.

She, however, said action failed due to lack of supporters, adding that the few who came for the protest took to their heels after the police were called.


Some groups of concerned Nigerians had proposed a protest at the Abuja House in London where Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari is receiving treatment for yet-to-be disclosed ailment.


In a post she entitled, “NIGERIANS IN LONDON SHUN PDP’S SHENANIGAN,” Lauretta said, “This is Today’s Deji Adeyanju-led PDP-sponsored protest at Abuja House London.

“Four people turned up. Neighbours called the Police. As they had no Police Permit to hold a rally. They took to their heels.

“One of them said he had no money to pay his way back home. Our man who was on hand to monitor the situation, gave him £5. He was happy and went home.


“Shame on insensitive PDP. Shame on them.

“Thank you Nigerians for your love and prayers for our President, Muhammadu Buhari, the nightmare of corrupt people.”


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