There was mixed reactions on Facebook after a well known human rights activist, Adeyanju Deji posted a picture where President Muhammadu Buhari was seen protesting against former President Goodluck Jonathan.
According to Deji Adeyanju, he made it known President Buhari was protesting against Goodluck Jonathan. He went on and asked if President Buhari was trying to remove PDP from power or was he complaining against injustice. Furthermore, Adeyanju Deji also asked to know if President Buhari was planning for coup when he was speaking up as a critic.
After making the post, it caused a lot of Nigerians to react differently.
Below are some reactions from Nigerians.
Indeed, I don't think that there is anything wrong for the citizens to protest. Peaceful protest is a fundamental human right of the citizens and people should be allowed to protest peacefully.
What is your take as it regards to what Adeyanju Deji has just said here? You can drop your comments and opinions below here.
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