Joe Igbokwe, who was the spokesperson of All Progressive Congress (APC), Lagos State chapter, has taken to his official Facebook handle to react to photos of demo men who were seen protesting against the President, Muhammadu Buhari, adding that even on Independence Day, these people still came out to protest.
According to the photos shared by the outstanding politician, Joe Igbokwe, some men could be seen burning tire and protect against the President, Muhammadu Buhari with a play cards written "Buhari Must Go".
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While reacting to these photos, the exceptionally boisterous APC supporter, and special adviser to the Lagos State governor on drainage and water resources, Joe Igbokwe said, "Even on the Independence Day? This is totally absurd and completely shameless. A foolish constituency is the hobgoblin of small minds. Continue".
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This is sad, as we all know that today is Independence Day, and we as a citizen are expected to honor it by showing how much we love and support our leaders, but instead these people took to the street to protest against the President. I want to take this opportunity to urge all Nigerians to show their love and support to the county and the leaders.
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