- Police created barricade between pro and anti-Buhari groups to prevent clash
- Members of the pro-Buhari group booed Charly Boy and other protesters demanding the resignation of Buhari
There was tension in Abuja on Friday, August 11, when a pro-Buhari group confronted some protesters demanding that President Muhammadu Buhari either resumes or resigns.
NAIJ.com reports that the confrontation which occurred at the Unity Fountain could have escalated but for the timely intervention of police officers who created a barricade between both groups.
Shortly after the pro-Buhari group arrived the scene in eight buses, Charles Oputa AKA Charly Boy and other protesters demanding the resignation of Buhari drove out of the area in a convoy of cars amid boos from the pro-Buhari group.
See some photos of the anti and pro Buhari protesters below:
Meanwhile, activist and convener of the #OurMumuDonDo movement, Charly Boy has lashed out at members of the Senate, over their calls for him to stop protesting about President Muhammadu Buhari’s health condition.
The activist was responding to a statement credited to members of the Senate, that the protesters were being unreasonable, as the president had not committed a crime.
Charly Boy had also said that the action of the police against the group protesting the resumption or resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari was disgraceful.
Charly Boy alongside other Nigerians led by a civil society organization, Concerned Citizens, were on Tuesday, August 8, tear gassed by officers of the Nigeria police at the Unity Fountain in Abuja.
The police also used water cannons on the citizens protesting the long stay of the president in London.
Watch this NAIJ.com TV video of Samuel Ortom disclosing what governors told Buhari during their visit to Abuja House, London.