Published: Thu, August 10, 2017
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Buhari's Health: CSO hold solidarity protest in Abuja

Buhari's Health: CSO hold solidarity protest in Abuja

On Thursday, marking the fourth day of the protests, another group, Coalition for Good Governance and Change Initiative, on Thursday stormed Abuja to counter #ResumeOrResign protest, which began four days ago.

He said, "The decisions we take today will affect this country".

The pro-Buhari protests come on the heels of demonstrations organized a few days ago by pro-democracy groups to demand President Buhari's resumption or resignation.

"In as much as we all want our President back to his duties, the Constitution never stipulated how long a serving President of Nigeria can be away on medical holiday".

Obi said the president had transferred power to the acting president.

A report also has it that the musician collapsed after inhalling the tear gas shot at him and other protesters.

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The FCT Police Command said it intervened to prevent breakdown of law and order, and disturbance of public peace by dispersing miscreants, hoodlums and other criminal elements that had infiltrated the protest by the group.

Despite their manhandling by the police, the "resume or resign" protesters, for the third day wednesday hit the streets of Abuja, accused President Muhammadu Buhari of holding the nation to ransom by his absence.

Meanwhile, the Arewa Youth Forum (AYF) has accused northern governors and South West politicians of being responsible for the protest against Buhari.

Goodluck Obi, a leader of the group, said the president has not violated any section of the constitution as being propagated by some civil society groups.

Keyamo, who described the protest as unpopular among Nigerians said protesters should have campaigned for the return and prosecution of looters and not an ill-President.

"They were hostile and then suddenly unleashed the dogs which were coming voraciously to attack us".

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