A video that has gone viral on different social media platforms, shows the moment a group of supporters attacked two boys painting and pasting the inscription of "Buhari Must Go" on different streets of Kogi State.
In the video, the young men were forced to eat the paper having the inscription Buhari Must Go. In the video, the group that came told the boys to stop following Omoyele Sowore who is in charge of the #Revolution Now Movement.
The Angry mob was not ready to hear any excuse, they quickly forced the boys to eat the posters into their mouths. The group scolded the boys for been cheaply deceived by the former Presidential Candidates, to spoil and destroy President Muhammad Buhari's administration.
See photos from the confrontation
https://www.instagram.com/p/CN68yXZpgHm/?igshid=1fclfd8lnzbwg (Watch video Using this Link)
Omoyele Sowore has been arrested and detained several times by President Buhari on many occasions as a result of his continued call for revolution and the resignation of the President. Do you think forcing the boys to that paper was the best thing to do, drop your comment in the comments section below?
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