Nigerians in London plan 'night vigil' protest against President Buhari

Nigerians in London plan 'night vigil' protest against President Buhari

- The plot is coming just hours after Senate President Bukola Saraki and Speaker Yakubu Dogara visited Buhari

- The protesters promised to hold a vigil at the Abuja House in London

- The organisers say they have been given police permit to carry out the protest

While protests against Muhammadu Buhari have been suspended in Nigeria, it has been learnt that citizens of the country resident in London are planning a massive march against the ailing president.

The protest, according to a report by the Daily Independent, is to hold in London on Friday, August 18 and the participants are to march to the Abuja House where Buhari has been since May 7 when he left Nigeria.

The report said the protesters would hold a night vigil of in the name of #ResumeOrResign at the Abuja House as the London Metropolitan police have given the protesters permit.

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NAIJ.com learnt that the organisers of the protest have started mobilizing citizens of Nigeria in the country to partake in it and that refreshments would be made available.

“We have been given parking permission too, so you can come with your car too.

“Come with your jacket, or even camping bag. The temperature will go as low as 16* degrees.

“It’s an all-night vigil. Come with your candle and torch or use the one on your phones”, the statement reads.

“We heard APC are trying to pay people £200 for a counter protest. Unfortunately for them the police are going to be there live for our protection.

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“Any counter protest they will be arrested and charged for obstruction,” the report quoted a statement from the organisers as saying.

Watch this video and find what Governor Ortom said of Buhari after a recent visit to London:

Source: Naija.ng

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