Reports reaching NAIJ.com is that contractors have taken to the streets of Abuja to protest non-payment of jobs done since 2015 as federal government reacts.
The group led by ace singer and entertainer Charles 'Charly Boy' Oputa said the president must begin to act the words in the APC manifestos of 2015 campaign.
Saraki was a governor of the state for eight years before moving to the Senate where he is the current president and chairman of the National Assembly.
However, the most interesting part of the whole protest was that, majority of the protesters were brought in various trucks and buses into the Unity Fountain.
Some Nigerian in UK have said that the invasion of the Wuse market by the Charly Boy led protesters was aimed at crippling the economic activities in Nigeria.
They (the attackers) were misguided, they were youths that have been brainwashed; their actions were obviously triggered by hunger, frustration, hopelessness.
Pro-Buhari leader said contrary to the claims by the anti-Buhari group, the president did the needful before embarking on his medical treatment in London.
The group said it will hold a candle light vigil and procession will take place in front of the Presidential residence in London on Friday, August 18.
The leader of the anti-Buhari protest Charles 'Charly Boy' Oputa has denied allegations by a civil society group that he received money from PDP politicians.
The Centre for Truth and Justice (CTJ) said top members of the PDP Olusegun Mimiko paid N300 million to the leaders of the anti-Buhari protests in Abuja.
These buses had in them many Nigerians - mostly young people who all charged towards the famous Unity Fountain in Abuja chanting Sai Buhari! Sai Buhari!
Leaders of protesters demanding for the return or resignation of President Muhammadu Buhari has released a statement to clarify their position on the protest.
Charly Boy speaking on yesterday's attack on the #ResumeOrResign protesters in Abuja said the police is being controlled by some cabal within the presidency.
On Tuesday, August 8, videos of police dispersing participants at a rally protesting President Muhammadu Buhari’s indefinite medical vacation in London emerged.
Members of National Association of Deaf and Dumb people, Imo state branch, stormed the state government house to protest along with their wives and children.
Under aged pupils have been used by their school to block a busy major road in protest of the demolition of their school.
The protesters in their scores aimed at registering their displeasure to the Senate President Bukola Saraki who visited the city to attend a wedding ceremony.
An armed police officer in Sierra Leone, has been reported to have killed a student, who took to the street with other students to protest about their lecturers
Protests have engulfed various parts of the United States of America over the temporary ban on Muslims and other travellers imposed President Donald Trump.