Massive explosion rocks Lagos According to reports, about 13 people sustained injuries on Thursday night following a Liquefied Petroleum Gas (LPG) tanker eruption at Bank Anthony Way, Ikeja, Lagos State. It was said that about 25 vehicles were ravaged due to the explosion which happened 10:32 p.m on Thursday.
The London police showed their expertise yesterday as they prevented Buhari's Protesters (Anti-Buhari and Pro-Buhari) from a 'possible' clash as they face off opposite each other at the Abuja house in London.The president of the federal republic of Nigeria is currently on a medical trip and his excellency will reportedly be in the United Kingdom for about 4 weeks.
A popularly known Nigerian activist, Omoyele Sowore has taken to his official Twitter page as his discloses that the protest against president Muhammadu Buhari's medical vacation is really heating up.According to him, Nigerian protesters allegedly attempt to climb Abuja House fence in order to ask President Muhammadu Buhari to leave the United States of America and travel back to Nigeria for medical check-up.
Today is Sunday being the 11th of April 2021 and a popularly known Nigerian politician, Reno Omokri has allegedly taken to his official Twitter page as he reacts against Pro-Buhari paid protesters.According to Reno Omokri, there is a big difference between Pro-Buhari paid protesters and #HarassBuhariOutofLondon protesters.
Open Grazing:Why Pro-Buhari group criticized Southern Govs saying illiterate herder do not carry gun
Despite that many of the Southern Governors in Nigeria have banned open grazing in their states and expressed readiness to enforce the ban, some groups especially in Northern Nigeria are still kicking against it. Photo Credit: Vanguard Out of the 17 Southern Governors, more than 10 of them have banned open grazing insisting that ranching is the way to go.
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One of the Pro-Buhari protesters has revealed the major reason she's out there supporting President Buhari. According to the protester, some people promised to give them #1000 each to show their support for the administration of President Buhari. It's really surprising to see some Nigerians raising banners and chanting the good name of the Nigerian President.
"They Promised Us N1000 To Support Buhari But They Have Not Paid Us" - Pro-Buhari Protesters Reveals
Pro-Buhari Protesters stormed the streets of Abuja to show support to the president of the federal republic of Nigeria. The citizens protested in support of the government of president Buhari. The citizens of Nigeria in Abuja and Lagos State are currently protesting against the government of President Buhari as they revealed the summary of the things happening in Nigeria.
Here is a video showing the moment pro-Buhari protesters revealed how much they were promised, to counter today’s ‘Buhari Must Go’ Protest in Abuja. In the video making rounds online, the #IStandWithBuhari protester is seen telling RootsTV that they were promised 1000 Naira each to support Buhari.
According to reports, supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari who stormed the Unity Fountain area of Abuja on Saturday morning, have engaged in a serious fight over money sharing formula. It was gathered that the #IStandWithBuhari protesters were employed as a counter-measure against those who had vowed to protest against bad governance in Nigeria.
A group of protesters has gathered at the Unity Fountain, Abuja to protest against the EndSARS protesters across the country. The pro-Buhari/anti-EndSARS protesters were spotted with banners denying the alleged massacre of unarmed protesters in Lagos on 20th October 2021. Today marks the first anniversary of the alleged massacre of unarmed protesters at the Lekki Tollgate in Lagos State.
A group of pro-Buhari protesters have said that nobody was killed at Lekki tollgate, during EndSARS protest. The group which gathered at the Unity Fountain, in Abuja, insisted that nobody was killed at Lekki, in Lagos state. Despite the EndSARS memorial protest, that is going on in some places in the country, the pro-Buhari protesters, said that the Lekki shooting was a hoax.
"I STAND WITH BUHARI", is a slogan used by a group of Pro Buhari supporters who gathered at Unity Fountain in Abuja today, June 12, 2021, to celebrate "Democracy Day" in recognition of Nigeria's transition from military rule to civilian rule years ago.
Nigerian youths gathered together in various locations to protest against insecurity, poverty and many other challenges facing the country. As the protests were going on, supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari also held a counter protest to show their support for the President. Many of the Pro Buhari protesters wore green t-shirts and carried printed placards.
There have been widespread protests across the country as they make demands for good governance, an end to insecurity among others. Even though there was a heavy police presence at the protest venues, it was still a success. It is a common practice in Nigeria that whenever there is a protest, there will be pro-protesters.
Prof. Banji Akintoye Professor Banji Akintoye has accused the Federal Government of Nigeria of paying black foreigners living in the United States of America, to disguise as Nigerians, and stage a Pro-Buhari protest and One Nigeria March in front of the United Nations Headquarters, in New York on Friday.
A video of Pro-Buhari protesters, who were promised to pay them N1000 to join the protest, currently trending on Social Media shortly after the video was posted online. Recall there is a report of some persons, who identified themselves as supporters of President Muhammadu Buhari, also clashed at Unity Fountain, Abuja, over sharing of money.
Since President Buhari travelled to London to rest and for medical check up, some groups of people has been protesting at the Abuja House in London.The Pro-Buhari protesters who are hailing the president for his good governance and the Anti-Buhari protesters who are not in support of President Buhari’s administration, has been moving at intervals at the premises of the government house in London.
In Nigeria Today, A case of different strokes for different folk's played out during the democracy day celebrations. As the Pro-Democracy protest is going on in most of the State, Youths in their numbers came out to exercise their constitutional rights to protest against bad governance, insecurity and unhealthy situations in the country.
As I watched and listened to the clips of how some group of people garthered together to show their loyalties and support for President Buhari in London.You can see them singing, dancing and hailing President Buhari while another group were also present, sing and calling out the other group ( Pro-Buhari), accusing them of collecting money, precisely (20 pounds) each for them to come and support Buhari.
Pro-Buhari protesters have flood the street of Abuja to registered their displeasure against Buhari administration for their failure to pay them. According to the video released by ROOTS TV, a group of people can be seen on the street shouting "Baba Buhari pay me my N1'000".