- The 'Our Mumu Don Do' group has continued with its protest at the Unity Fountain in Abuja
- The group led by Charles 'Charly Boy' Oputa said the president must fight corruption as promised before he assumed office in 2015
- The group and its members said they remain resolute in their demands in the fight against corruption
The 'Our Mumu Don Do' campaign group has said the President Muhammadu Buhari must fight corruption as promised before he assumed office in 2015.
The group led by ace singer and entertainer Charles 'Charly Boy' Oputa said the president must begin to act the words in the All Progressives Congress (APC) manifesto.
One of the members of the group who spoke during the day 5 of the Our Mumu Don Do daily sit out at the Unity Fountain in Abuja said, "the Oga at the must spoke out for things to be done".
The group began its daily sit out last week to request that the president in his fight against corruption include some of his friends and allies who are corrupt.
The group in one of its resolutions alleged that: "The president ordered for the homes of the judges to be raided but shields his friends and cronies."
The Our Mumu Don Do group also said: "We remain resolute on our simple demand that PMB must fight the corruption he signed up to fight!"
NAIJ.com earlier reported that Charly Boy and members of his group were attacked by some angry counter-protesters at the Wuse Market during the #ResumeorResign protest.
The singer was however, rescued after security operatives deployed to the market shot tear gas into the air to disperse the protesters.
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