Protesters Storm In Abuja Phtoto Credit: Naija News Some concerned Nigerians have taken to the streets of the Federal Capital Territory to call for the removal of President Muhammadu Buhari. The protest which was tagged #BuhariMustGo started in the early hours of Monday, with the protesters chanting ‘Buhari Must Go’ and anti-government slogans.
Two arrested in Kogi with ‘Buhari-Must-Go’ posters The Kogi State Commissioner of Police, Ayuba Edeh, has confirmed the arrest of two persons for embarking on a smear campaign against the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), in Lokoja.
A protest that was initiated by Omoyele Sowore few days ago has continued in Nigeria.
The hashtag #BuhariMustGo has been trending online for over a week now, as of time of writing this article, Buhari Must Go tags can still be found on social media networks when you look for it.
Buhari-must-go protest rocks Abuja on 61st Independence Day Protesters in the early hours of Friday stormed the Dantata Bridge on the popular Airport Road in Abuja, demanding the resignation of the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd. ). The protest coincided with the nation’s 61st Independence Anniversary.
Another Protest Begins In Abuja Photo Credit: Naija News Some concerned Nigerians have taken to the streets of the Federal Capital Territory to call for the removal of President Muhammadu Buhari. The protest which was tagged #BuhariMustGo started in the early hours of Monday, with the protesters chanting ‘Buhari Must Go’ and anti-government slogans.
I have been following trends especially on Social Media platforms like Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook on the Buhari Must Go and June 12 protests. I have seen pictures of some youths protesting in Lagos, Ondo, Oyo, all in the South West. Photos of protesters at Ojota in Lagos
A video that currently surfaced on social media shows the moment two young men, allegedly caught pasting some posters with the inscription, “Buhari-Must-Go” on the streets of Kogi State, by some 'angry' youths were forced to 'eat' the paper.In the video shared online by the news platform Daily Post on Wednesday, April 21, some youths were seen gathered around the two young men, compelling them to open their mouths while tearing up the posters and filling up their mouths with tiny pieces of the torn paper.
Photo Credit: BBC NEWS Today, the arrest of the youths who wore the Buhari-Must-Go T-shirts, has gone viral on most social media platforms and this has caused mixed reactions as most Nigerians have blasted the church for handing over her members to the Department of State Services (DSS).
On The 61st Anniversary Of Nigeria's Independence, Buhari-must-go Demonstration Erupts in Abuja. Protesters seized the Dantata Bridge on Abuja's renowned Airport Road early Friday, calling on the President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari, to resign (retd. ). The demonstration took place on the 61st anniversary of the country's independence.
The agitators of the Buhari-must-go movement have taken a step forward by printing customized T-shirts to display their agitation to the public. Many of them wear customized T-shirts intentionally at special gatherings to publicize the movement. Some youths have decided to wear customized Buhari-must-go T-shirts to a Sunday worship service in a church.
Some protesters have stormed the street of Abuja, Nigeria’s capital, to demand the exit of President Muhammadu Buhari from office. The protesters who were seen chanting “Buhari Must Go’’ started in the early hours of Monday. They also claimed that they wanted to burn tires in the area, but there was no fuel to carry out their intentions.
The Buhari-Must-Go agitator, Sowore, has been arrested by the security operatives, in Abuja. Sowore was arrested while streaming at the premises of the Federal High Court Abuja. Sowore who was sighted earlier in the day around the court premises probably attended the scheduled court session on the fundamental rights abuse case, which involved five Dunamis Church members, who were arrested for wearing a Buhari-Must-Go T-shirt.
According to report, some youths were arrested for singing and wearing ‘Buhari Must Go' T-shirts to a Sunday Service at Dunamis Gospel Church Headquarters in Lugbe, Abuja. According to activist Omoyele Sowore, the activists were handed over to the Department of State Services. He said “Activists wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirts to their church service were arrested by security forces at Dunamis Church, who were afterwards handed over to DSS authorities who are torturing them,” he claimed.
Headline: Man arrested for killing 57-year-old man for having affairs with wife, Two arrested in Kogi with ‘Buhari-Must-Go’ posters
Headline: Man arrested for killing 57-year-old man for having affairs with wife THE Adamawa State Police Command has apprehended a 30-year-old man for stabbing a 57-year-old man to death at his residence over suspicion that the victim was having an affair with his wife.
As you can see, Many Nigerians have been protesting for president Buhari-Must-Go's protest after he traveled abroad for his routine checkup.Many Nigerians are not happy with how he left the country in poor hands and went to treat himself.
Some Security Guards attached to Dunamis International Gospel Center, located along Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport Road, have arrested six human rights activists for wearing #BuhariMustGo T-shirt to the church Igbere TV gathered that the Activists were manhandled and beaten by the DSS operatives on the church premises and seized their mobile phones
Today's Headlines: Woman Locks Her Twin Babies Inside Room For Three Days Without Food, Buhari-Must-Go Protesters Flogged Mercilessly In Kogi
1) Woman Locks Her Twin Babies Inside Room For Three Days Without Food.A Nigerian woman identified as Joy Fatobi has landed into police custody in Ekiti State after she locked her twin babies inside room for three days without giving them food to eat.
It was said last week that some group of people was spotted at Kogi state, holding a cardboard that is not in line with the rules and regulations of the state.