A non-Nigerian man has confessed regarding ongoing protests witnessed in the United States, said he was hired to join protesters rallying for Nigeria.
Series of protestors reportedly stage rallies outside premises of the 76th United Nations General Assembly Session is holding.
According to gathered news, groups of Indigenous People including Biafra, and Oduduwa agitators have staged a peaceful demonstration over four days now and counting, calling the attention of world leaders to troubled countries, particularly in Africa.
Some of the sighted banners call to hold a referendum in Cameroon, Nigeria, and others.
However, the pro group appears to be rallying for Nigeria have been on the side of promoting the country against security issues cried upon.
One of the protesters who granted interviews on grand of anonymity did not confirm if they were paid to hold the protest.
Speaking further, noted he is not Nigeria but in the job of campaigning and helping people when he feels to.
The man holding a placard with inscriptions ‘Nigerian Christians, not targets of genocide ethnic killings’ responded, when asked if the reason for the demonstration was duly briefed to them, he said no, and do not know if Christians are targeted was just hired.
Another member of the protesters revealed they were warned not to entertain cameras or journalists, declined interviews. Yet, another with ‘we are strong together’ sign refrained from questions.
Vans, spotted on the streets displays ‘impose strict and stiff sanction on the Buhari government until they stop the human rights, religious rights abuses, and securw the life of the citizens from the Middle Belt to the Southern and all non’ and many others.